The writers of Venom will make a movie live-action of One-Punch Man for Sony


Get ready, because Hollywood is working on a film One-Punch Man.

According to Variety, Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner (Venom, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) are writing an adaptation of the popular story of Saitama, with a view to a movie live-action covered by Sony Pictures.

This project will be produced by Avi Arad and his company, Ari Arad of Arad Productions, the same that supported Iron Man and Ghost in the Shell (with Scarlett Johansson), and Sony expects that thanks to the popularity of the manga and the anime can give rise to a important franchise.

One-Punch Man he was born as a webcomic in 2009, and with the story of Saitama, a powerful superhero who can defeat his enemies with a single blow, did not take long to conquer to the fans.

Thus, the work created by ONE gave rise to a series of hand sleeve of Yusuke Murata and was adapted as an anime that was released in 2015 and currently has two seasons. In addition, the franchise has also given rise to video games as One Punch Man A Hero Nobody Knows.