Last March we told you that a TV series adaptation of Clive Barker’s 1987 fantasy/horror “Weaveworld”, which has been in the works over at CW since September 2015, was still in the works. The only issue was that they needed to find a writer.
Those following writer Josh Stolberg were treated to this surprise:
I pressed SEND!!!! Now the wait. pic.twitter.com/fGfm7rCSvZ
— Josh Stolberg (@joshstolberg) January 5, 2017
Yup, Stolberg, who penned the latest installment in Lionsgate’s SAW franchise, as well as Soririty Row and Piranha 3D, has just completed the pilot script for this long gestured adaptation of Clive Barker’s work. It’s been sent off, which means we now wait.
An app designer teams up with a young pastry chef who has just discovered that destined to be guardian of a mythological realm that can be accessed through a portal in an old Savannah mansion. Together, they fight an epic battle with evil forces who are vying for control of the magical world.
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