‘300’ TV Series in Early Development at Warner Bros. Television (EXCLUSIVE)

By vinod Jun4,2024
Credit Pic :variety.com
Credit Pic :variety.com
Credit Pic :variety.com

Reported bye mpireonline (credit) Ready your breakfast and eat hardy, for tonight (well, technically this morning) we dine on 300 news! For anyone who’s long hoped for more stories in the world of the Spartans (with lashings of comic book style), there’s a promising update. According to Variety, a TV adaptation of the Zack Snyder historical epic – itself an adaptation of the legendary Frank Miller’s graphic novel – is in early development at Warner Bros. Television. And what’s more, Snyder – who directed and co-wrote the 2006 film – is in talks to helm the project.

In terms of plot details for the series, news is there is no news – WBTV is keeping its cards close to their chest at present. But early word is that the series will serve as a prequel of some sort to the hyperstylised film, which recounted the tale of how fearless leader Leonidas (Gerard Butler) and his army of 300 Spartans held back thousands (possibly millions) of Persian soldiers at the historic Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BCE.

Reported by variety ( credit ) Deals are still being negotiated, but Zack Snyder, who directed and co-wrote “300,” is in talks to direct and executive produce the series. Deborah Snyder, who executive produced “300,” would also return as an executive producer under her and Zack’s Stone Quarry production banner, with Stone Quarry’s Wesley Coller also on board. Gianni Nunnari, Mark Canton, and Bernie Goldmann — all of whom were producers on the film — are likewise in talks to return.

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