Certain projects feel like trouble even before a single frame has been shot, and then there are projects that you know will be a success at any cost. Based on the creative forces that have come together to adapt “Invincible” for the big screen, it is clear that this upcoming film is bound to be a resounding success. Read on for more details.

'The Walking Dead' follow-up

Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” is one of the best adapted graphic novels of all-time. The television series recently concluded its seventh season, and it could not be going any better at this point. Fans of Kirkman’s work have long awaited the adaptation of his other successful series – “Invincible," and it looks like they are finally getting what they wished for.

Invincible” follows the story of Mark Grayson, a teenager who lives a pretty ordinary life tackling problems thrown at him through work and school. The only major difference is that Grayson’s dad happens to be one of the strongest superheroes in the world, and when the teenager turns 17, he notices that he has begun to develop powers of his own. “Invincible” is currently in its 14th year of publication and has completed 133 issues so far. The series is set to end with Issue #144, thereby giving Rogen and Goldberg a finished storyline to work with.

What to expect

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have been on a mighty good run in the recent past. Their latest films “This Is The End” and “The Interview” were well received, but they made a huge impact in the world of television by doing a brilliant job while adapting the intense AMC series “Preacher." They are also working on a fascinating new Sci-Fi series called “Future Man” that is set to release on Hulu in the coming months.

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Robert Kirkman was extremely impressed by Rogen and Goldberg’s recent body of work, which is why he finally decided to allow the “Invincible” adaptation to move forward. This is what the creator of the series had to say regarding the upcoming project: "Invincible’s" surprising, edgy, shocking, and oftentimes blood-soaked story couldn’t be in more capable hands.” (SlashFilm).

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are also extremely excited about taking on "Invincible" and made the following comment: “No matter how much damage it causes our bodies, minds, and our most intimate relationships with those we love, we will not rest until Invincible is as great a movie as it deserves to be.”

The film has yet to release any casting details, but stay tuned for more details right here as the story develops.