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The Wild Cards are finally coming!

wild-cards-IFive years after Syfy Films announced that their first project would be an adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards, it seems as if things are finally moving forward on the superhero series set in a world that diverged from our own shortly after the end of the Second World War.

“Universal Cable Productions (UCP) has acquired the rights to adapt our long-running Wild Cards series of anthologies and mosaic novels for television,” Martin announced on his LiveJournal. “Development will begin immediately on what we hope will be the first of several interlocking series. Melinda M. Snodgrass, my assistant editor and right-hand man on Wild Cards since its inception, the creator of Dr. Tachyon, Double Helix, and Franny Black, and a seasoned television writer/ producer whose credits include STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION (“Measure of a Man”), REASONABLE DOUBTS, THE PROFILER, and STAR COMMAND, is attached as an executive producer on the project, together with Gregory Noveck of RED, Slow Learner, and SyFy Films.”

Martin won’t be involved himself. “My own development deal is exclusive to HBO, and I am writing The Winds of Winter, as I believe most of you will recall… but I have every confidence in Melinda Snodgrass and Gregory Noveck. They know and love the Wild Cards universe almost as well as I do, and I think they will do a terrific job. Wish them luck.”

For more details on which stories and characters might be involved – and which Martin is sure definitely will be – click here.

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