The Human Fly takes flight; Michael K. Williams shackles himself to Twelve Years A Slave; Rose Byrne is one of the Interns and Kevin Hart asks a few questions About Last Night.
It looks like The Human Fly is about to be buzzing in the direction of the box office. The rights to the former Marvel character (what did he do, retire?) have been bought by Paramount Pictures-based Eisenberg-Fisher Productions, who plan to produce the feature independently.
The Bill Mantlo created character, who only lasted for nineteen issues, but it looks like the thirst for superhero material means that even third and fourth-tier characters are being mined for potential box office gold.
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