Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s ‘The Boys’ May Be Moving To Amazon
Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comic book series, The Boys, is making its way to Amazon, with reports coming in that a script has been ordered for the Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg adaptation.
The adaptation was originally being developed for Cinemax, however has now passed on to the Amazon streaming service, who has ordered a script from writer, Eric Kripke, with a possibility for a straight-to-series order to follow suit.
If picked up by Amazon, the series will be directed and executively produced by Rogen and Goldberg, the duo behind AMC’s comic-book adaptation, Preacher.
About The Boys
The Boys is a 72 issue comic book series by Ennis and Robertson, which ran for four years from 2008 through to 2012, which depicted the fall of superheroes, portrayed as destructive and selfish, with a group of CIA operatives, known as The Boys, keeping the superheroes in check and taking them out should they get out of line.