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Green takes Pineapple Express to Heartland
When white knight of the art house David Gordon Green took on this summer's stoner comedy Pineapple Express, many wondered what the George Washington director was doing dabbling in the mainstream.
The answer, it would appear, was setting himself up to make comic-book movie adaptations: Green's next project will be a big screen version of the graphic novel Freaks of the Heartland, about a rural, middle-American town where grotesquely malformed offspring face danger from their own parents, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Original writer Steve Niles is executive producing the horror film. His 2004 graphic novel was published by Dark Horse comics, whose stable also includes Sin City and Hellboy. Niles also wrote 30 Days of Night, the vampire-themed graphic novel which was the subject of a recent big screen adaptation starring Josh Hartnett.
Green isn't writing Freaks of the Heartland: that job goes to first-time screenwriters Peter Sattler and Geoff Davey. Before Pineapple Express the film-maker had at least a hand in penning all four of his previous features, but would now seem to be making a career for himself as something of a gun for hire.