Burns' incredibly intense work has been optioned by Paramount and MTV Films, who have hired Neil Gaiman - no stranger to graphic novels - and Roger Avary to adapt it for the screen; the pair previously worked together on the screenplay for Robert Zemeckis' upcoming Beowulf. Directing the film will be Frenchman Alexandre Aja, whose remake of The Hills Have Eyes opens this weekend. Aja is about to head into production on The Waiting; it's expected that work on Black Hole will begin as soon as that film wraps.
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