‘Deadpool’ Meets ‘Harry Potter’ in Upcoming Fantasy Noir, ‘Dead Jack’

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Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device
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The Tobias Literary Agency, Dreamstreet Entertainment and Lonetree Entertainment in partnership with James Aquilone have a great announcement for James Aquilone’s fans: they have optioned the film and television rights for Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device. The upcoming “horror-fantasy noir” has been pitched as Deadpool meets Harry Potter, where “a drug-addicted zombie detective and his shapeshifting sidekick battle supernatural creatures in an effort to save the world and score fairy dust.”

The Dead Jack paperback, published under Curiosity Quills Press, will see release in early 2018. The novel NY Times Bestseller and 5-time Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Mayberry calls “wicked fun” is poised to be a runaway hit full of humor and adventure.

Dead Jack co-producer Tony Eldridge of Lonetree Entertinment produced the Equalizer films starring Denzel Washington and Ashton Sanders.

Co-producer Gloria Morrison of Dreamstreet Entertainment and Unistar International Pictures is responsible for bringing Eldridge in on the Dead Jack project.

Morrison promises, “This is such a fantastic project. It’s fun, scary, and most of all will have you laughing!”

 

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