Cyberpunk comic Tokyo Ghost gets a film adaptation from director Cary Fukunaga

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While he awaits the release of No time to die, filmmaker Cary Fukunaga has set up his next feature film project THR reports that he will adapt Image Comics’ cyberpunk series Tokyo Ghost for Legendary Pictures.

Created by Rick Remender (Deadly class) and Sean Gordon Murphy (Chroronauts Tokyo Ghost takes place in 2089 where humanity escapes reality through technology and follows “peacekeepers Debbie Decay and Led Dent, who work in the islands of Los Angeles and get a job that will take them to the last technology-free country on Earth: the garden land of Tokyo. “

Remender is set to prescribe the script Tokyo Ghost, while Fukunaga directs and produces through his production company Parliament of Owls.

Fukunaga is currently working on Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg’s latest miniseries from WWII Masters of the air, where he directs the first three episodes. His most recent film, the long-delayed Bond outing No time to die, is currently scheduled for release in October.

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