'Blood' work for 'Family Guy' scribe
Adapting comic-book tale of zombie massacreIt sounds like the kind of bedtime story Stewie Griffin would love.
"Family Guy" showrunner/executive producer David A. Goodman has been hired to adapt the Blatant Comics horror property "Last Blood" into a feature film screenplay. Benderspink is producing.
"Last Blood," created by Bobby Crosby and Chris Crosby, follows the human survivors of a zombie massacre who find themselves protected by a band of vampires who need their blood to survive.
Goodman, repped by UTA and Benderspink, has an overall TV deal with 20th Century Fox. The Emmy-nominated writer-producer also has scripted an in-development remake of the 1978 comedy "Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?" for producer Eric Gold at Warner Bros.
Benderspink has several other comic properties in development, including "The Ghouly Boys" at Mandate Pictures and "Y: The Last Man" and "Power and Glory" at New Line.