Having just directed "Iron Sky", filmmaker Timo Vuorensola can't seem to get enough of sci-fi comedy and Nazis.
Twitch reports that Vuorensola will helm "I Killed Adolf Hitler", a time travel comedy based on the award-winning graphic novel for Studio Eight, Blind Spot Pictures and Niama Film.
The story follows the adventures of a hitman who encounters serious complications after traveling back in time to 1938 to assassinate Hitler - the fascist dictator sent to the present while killer becomes stranded in the past.
D.C. Walker is adapting the script while Jamie and Alex Brow will produce. Vuorensola is continuing development on both an 'Iron' sequel and a prequel mini-series.