Stephen St. Leger and James Mather are poised to write and direct "Lost Squad" for Rogue Pictures.
Finally can put a push on its project of "Lost Squad", Rogue Pictures has hired both Stephen St. Leger and James Mather to carry out the writing and helming duties for the movie.
Pic is a big screen adaptation of the Devil's Due Publishing comic book miniseries of the same name written by Chris Kirby and drawn by Alan Robinson. The original presents a story about the supernatural action-adventures of a squad of U.S. soldiers who fight Hitler's occult agents and other supernatural threats during World War II.
In bringing out the flick to the surface, St. Leger and Mather reportedly will apply the technique similar to that used in the making of "300", which has successfully become one of the blockbusters of this year. Serving as producers are Adrian Askarieh and Daniel Alter while Devil's Due founder Josh Blaylock is set to co-produce.