Trade Breaks: Deadwood, Deliver, Corpse

“HBO executives are unsure about plans set by their predecessor to produce a pair of movies that would wrap up the story line of the canceled series “Deadwood.” Plepler put the odds for greenlighting a film at “50-50,” citing the fact that members of the cast are committed to other projects and the willingness of the series’ creator, David Milch, to pursue it…” (full details)

“Whitsett Hill Films arm has snapped up bigscreen rights to Joe McGinniss Jr.’s novel “The Delivery Man” about disaffected youths in Las Vegas. The story revolves around a failed artist who works as a driver for a teen call-girl ring run by his best friends from high school…” (full details)

Shoreline Entertainment has optioned the film rights to adult indie comicbook “The Living Corpse,” created by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson, The story weaves the tale of a zombie who has vague memories of his past life. His mission is to keep the rest of the walking dead in their graves…” (full details)