Screenwriter Hans Rodionoff recently sent an e-mail to Creature Corner.com about some of the projects he has been working on. As Comics2Film previously reported Rodionoff is working on Werewolf By Night, and as this e-mail shows he's working on a few other genre-related pictures. Rodionoff wrote:
Saint Sinner is not really based on the comic, more on an original idea by Clive. What it shares with the comic book is the idea of a man who is struggling with the good and evil inside himself. Philip Fetter is not in this movie, and neither are the Runesmith or Regina. It's the story of a monk named Tomas who unwittingly releases two demon who travel forward in time to wreak havoc. It's literally dripping with all the visceral creepiness that Clive excels at. I think that people who have been longing for a return to the vibe of the original Hellraiser will be happy with the tone of this movie. The director, Josh Butler, is talented guy who has a great vision for the look of the film and a good grasp of the characters. I don't want to talk about the kind of things you'll see, because I wouldn't want to spoil it for anyone, but Patrick Tatoupolis has done some fantastic work on the effects and I can't wait to see the end result.
Rodionoff also reported that he is writing the script for the film adaptation of the video game Alone in the Dark. He reported that Don Murphy is assigned to produce the film and will begin to develop it as soon as shooting on the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen film is complete.
Thanks to Dark Horizons for the lead.