According to Variety, Jerry Bruckheimer’s has made his best movie since announcing the 5th CSI Spin Off. He’s grabbed the feature film rights to the graphic novel, “World War Robot” from IDW Publishing.
Story, penned by Ashley Wood and recounted in war-diary form by participants on both sides, centers on a small band of humans and robots facing off in a battle on Earth, the moon and Mars.
This is not the first time that IDW has had a potential hit on their hands. The adaptation of the company’s “30 Days of Night,” released by Sony in 2007, grossed $40 million domestically.
I can’t wait to see ashley wood’s robots on the big screen!