Their first project with Radical is called Damages. John and Michael Schwarz came up with the story -- "two brothers are committed to justice in different ways" -- and tapped David Lapham to pen the graphic novel. They're currently looking for a screenwriter who can then adapt it for film, which Radical and Full Clip will produce. Radical and Worthington are still adapting The Last Days of American Crime for the big screen, which will also star Worthington.
Radical is making a big name for themselves teaming up with up-and-coming Hollywood players like Tron: Legacy's Joseph Kosinski, horror director Darren Lynn Bousman, and established companies like Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment.
I'm really curious to see where it all leads. I'm not sure what point there is in penning a graphic novel that's already conceptualized as a movie. I'm concerned this is just so movie studios can boast their film is based on a graphic novel, and imply there's a weight and history of fandom behind it. But, if this kind of marketing tie-in can help sell some good original stories, then I'm all for it. I just hope they don't all star Worthington.