The Order is a group of young men collared by the Vatican to join an elite team that travels the globe battling mysterious evil forces.
At Sony’s pre-E3 conference, a PlayStation 4 exclusive called The Order: 1886 was unveiled. In it, a group of badass Victorian Steampunk soldiers take on a bunch of werewolves in a foggy street. The weapons looks especially cool, and there’s a definite horror vibe to it. I can’t say I’m positive the creatures they’re are fighting are indeed werewolves, but they sure look like them. Read on for its debut trailer.
Arcana announced that Bluegrass Films has optioned their graphic novel, The Order, which falls under their ArcanaBenderspink line. Bluegrass set writer Brian Nathanson (The Many Deaths Of Barnaby James) to write the screenplay. The graphic novel, written by Erik Hendrix and Sean Patrick O’Reilly is still in development over at Arcana, but the set plot follows a group young Vatican taught men who join the elite team that travels the world in order to destroy evil. READ MORE
Scott Stuber’s Bluegrass Films has optioned the graphic novel The Order from Arcana/Benderspink, and has set writer Brian Nathanson (The Many Deaths Of Barnaby James) to write the script, says Deadline.
“The Order is a group of young men collared by the Vatican to join an elite team that travels the globe battling mysterious evil forces.”
Stuber will produce with Benderspink, and the project will be overseen by Michael Clear and Nick Nesbitt for Bluegrass Films and Jake Weiner and Christopher Cosmos for Benderspink. Sean O’Reilly of Arcana will serve as an executive producer.
Stuber’s coming off Ted and just wrapped the Seth Gordon-directed Identity Thief with Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman starring, and he’s producing the Carl Rinsch-directed 47 Ronin with Keanu Reeves starring. READ MORE