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David Goyer is Making an FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics (FBPFBP) Movie

Written by Jude Terror on Wednesday, April 09 2014 and posted in News with Benefits

David Goyer is Making an FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics (FBPFBP) Movie

The comic formerly known as Collider is getting a film adaptation produced by Dark Knight scribe David Goyer.


Source: Deadline

Deadline reports that DC movie mogul David Goyer is planning to adapt FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, the Vertigo comic that was once known as Collider before the company realized they had stolen that name from an existing comic and decided to change it to an acronym that sounds like a fart (FBPFBP). Justin Marks, who wrote the screenplay for The Jungle Book (the upcoming remake, not the animated one with the awesome music), will write FBPFBP.

With his butt.





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