The movie was announced in 2017 by Spawn creator Todd McFarlane, which subsequently signed Jamie Foxx as the titular character, as well as one of the Marvel’s Avengers, Jeremy Renner as Detective “Twitch” Williams. And while Foxx promised an update on the film earlier in the year, it seems the movie is still quite a bit away from reaching theaters..
While it’s disappointing to hear that the Spawn movie is still in the works so long after announcement, it’s encouraging to see that it isn’t being rushed into production until the story is both culturally sensitive and engaging to the fans.
Mufaddal Fakhruddin is a Senior Editor at IGN Middle East.
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