When he's not co-showrunning Lucifer, Joe Henderson writes comics and with Lucifer entering its fourth and possibly final season on Netflix, it looks Henderson has some free time on his hands. Well had. Sony has landed the film rights to his graphic novel Skyward. Luckily for Henderson, he won't have to storyboard the film as he can just use the comic instead.
Co-created with artist Lee Garbett, Skyward is set in a world where gravity suddenly becomes a fraction of what it is now. Twenty years later, humanity has adapted to its new low-gravity reality. The movie will follow a woman born just after G-Day who has become accustomed to it, but has come across a dangerous plan to bring gravity back.
The film will be executive produced and written by Henderson, with director Brad Peyton attached to direct. For an idea of what this film will be like, Peyton's other film credits include Rampage, San Andreas, and Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore.