In June last year it was reported that a new TV adaptation of the classic DC comic book Watchmen was being developed by HBO. There hasn’t been much news about the project since, but now writer and showrunner Damon Lindelof has given fans an update on the project.Lindelof took to Instagram to post a lengthy essay about the Watchmen TV show. In the piece he speaks about his relationship with Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s groundbreaking comic over the years, his intentions for the adaptation, and the fact that he knows some fans won’t be happy that he is making a new version of Watchmen in the first place.Lindelof explains that he was introduced to Watchmen by his father when he was 12, and he makes it very clear how important it was to both his developing tastes as a writer and his relationship with his father. He then speaks about the numerous times he was offered the job of adapting the books over the past decade, which he declined based largely on the fact that Moore has repeatedly expressed his unhappiness about adaptations of his work.The note reveals that although Lindelof did ultimately accept the job of leading the… Read full this story
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