After falling out of development back in June, the film version of the DC Comics 12-part limited series "Watchmen" created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, has found a home at Warner Bros. Pictures says IGN Filmforce.
Producers Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin remain attached to the project, but screenwriter David Hayter and director Paul Greengrass have left. Paramount had originally been aiming for a summer shoot in London but budgetary concerns stopped it from moving into production.
Warner's is seeking a new writer and director at present. The film has been in development for many years, the earliest being way back in 1989 when Terry Gilliam and Sam Hamm were attached.