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– by Emmanuel Gomez

Thanks to the magic of social media we get little tid bits of news here and there about different projects actors and directors are working, as they are exciting parts of their lives that they just can’t help but share. Sometimes by mistake and other times on purpose, either way we all benefit from it.

Case in point, the 56-year-old comic book creator Todd McFarlane. As most people know he created Spawn through Image Comics back in 1992. Currently, he is working on a new Spawn movie and thanks to his Instagram account we know that he has been busy in Hollywood holding casting talks. Check out the post below!

Mark Dippe was the director in charge of the first Spawn movie in 1997 starring Michael Jai White, John Leguizamo, Martin Sheen and Theresa Randle. The news here, of course, is that McFarlane is currently working on the casting for Spawn, but it is definitely “weird” that he would end up sitting with the director of the first Spawn movie by pure chance.

Speaking of the casting who do you think should be cast in the next Spawn movie? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Source: Todd McFarlane

  • Nattown

    Omari Hardwick

  • jonathing

    wesley snipes a bit old i know but if he brings his “A” game

  • KYLORN

    f it. donald glover cause hes in everything

    • WTFITBS

      The Rock as Spawn. Kevin Hart as Clown/Violator.

  • Victor Roa

    Michael Jai White again, in a movie with a lot of special effects and make up he still stood out even if he had very little martial arts in that film compared to now.
    Also it’s weird seeing Mark Dippe since he’s one of the effects crew on Jurassic Park 1 and Terminator 2

    • WTFITBS

      Scott Adkins as Spawn. It’s not like the character will require many speaking parts.

  • WTFITBS

    Why not call the film Sam & Twitch? It’s technically not a Spawn film.