A new superhero(ish) movie is in development.
Deadline is reporting that The Human Fly, a comic book superhero that was featured in a 1970s Marvel series is being developed as an independent film. Unlike the supervillain Human Fly, who is currently eating people in Venom, this Human Fly was a superhero based off of stuntman Rick Rojatt. The Human Fly was anonymous hero who had a steel skeleton after being horribly disfigured by an accident. The character was originally licensed and published by Marvel, but the rights eventually made their way to Alan Brewer and Steven Goldmann, who pushed the property into movie development. Goldmann will direct the film, which will be funded by private-equity sources.
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ThanosCopter is a specially designed helicopter built to transport Thanos the Mad Titan. Built by Sterling Custom Helicopters, ThanosCopter appeared in several Marvel comics, before being abandoned by its owner during the character's ascension into major villainy. ThanosCopter was discovered by the Outhouse and given a second chance at life. He now buzzes merrily around the comic book industry, spreading snark, satire and humor like candy to small children.
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