User:Harish/sandbox/Dead of Night (2010 film)
|Dead of Night|
|Directed by||Kevin Munroe|
|Produced by||Ervin Rustemagić|
Thomas Dean Donnelly
|Release date(s)||2010 (USA)|
|“||...it's an origin story without every showing him being recruited into this whole world. When we meet Dylan at the beginning of this movie, he's at the lowest point of his life. He's already left that life he had in the comic books. And the whole movie is about him getting back up on the horse. [...] You get to see how much of a bad-ass he is, not because he's stepping through to prove it but because he's done it before in another life. It's a next step for him."||”|
The "Dylan Dog" movie, which was being produced by Arclight Films in Los Angeles, had a budget of $35 million.
Principal photography was planned to start on locations in Connecticut.
- Routh believes filming has a mid-January start in New Orleans.
Groucho: Dylan Dog's sidekick in the comic books is Groucho, who is seen to be identical to the appearance of Groucho Marx. For the adaption to the film Groucho was removed, as Routh explained that it would not translate so well.
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