"Most of the great graphic novels are gone, and 'Youngblood' is one of the few comicbooks left with tentpole potential," Ratner told Daily Variety. "It was a real personal passion project for me, and a lot of people wanted ('Youngblood'), but the amazing thing about the guys at Reliance is the speed with which they're able to move."
Well, it's official: Brett Ratner is either an idiot or insane.
Or possibly a robot duplicate.
Because no one, NO ONE wants a Youngblood movie outside of the year 1992. And NO ONE would call "Youngblood" one of the greatest graphic novels of all time.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Posted by Lewis Lovhaug at 3:17 AM