Hong Kong-born directors Danny and Oxide Pang have signed a deal to make a big-screen adaptation of "The Darkness"
Successfully generated more than $25 million in print sales, the popular comic book "The Darkness" is about to be made into a big-screen production by Hong Kong-born directors Danny Pang and Oxide Pang. Both men even have signed deal on the project, which is about to be released in 2007.
Scott Rosenberg, who's taking the producer seat, revealed that the game and film would have different story lines. By means of which, the game will focus more on action and fighting, while the film will serve as an origin story for the central character, Jackie Estacado. Casting not yet underway neither does any other details.