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NBC is developing a new mystery drama with The Evil Dead's Sam Raimi. Vanish will focus on an enigmatic hero who helps people in danger to disappear, according to Deadline. Spider-Man director Raimi will executive produce, while Michael Dinner will direct the potential pilot. Trevor Munson, co-creator of 2007-2008 CBS drama Moonlight, created the project and will write the pilot. He will also executive produce with Raimi, Dinner and Star Road's Josh Donen, while Robert Zotnowski will serve as producer. Dinner recently directed two pilots for FX - comic adaptation Powers and crime drama (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
NBC has bought Vanish, a mystery drama from Moonlight co-creator Trevor Munson, Sony TV and Sam Raimi and Josh Donen’s studio-based Star Road banner. Michael Dinner, who is under an overall deal at Sony, will direct the potential pilot. Written by Munson, Vanish centers on a man with a mysterious past who protects deserving people from danger, and helps them disappear. Munson will executive produce with Sam Raimi, Donen and Dinner, while Robert Zotnowski, who runs Star Road’s TV development, also is expected to produce. The project, which was put together at Star Road, reunites Zotnowski and Munson; Zotnowski was a drama development executive at CBS when Munson co-created with Ron Koslow the cult vampire series Moonlight starring Alex O’Loughlin. Munson’s first novel Angel Of Vengeance, an early incarnation of what became the impetus for Moonlight, came out earlier this year. He is repped by Verve and manager Kevin Donahue. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
CBS series "Moonlight" won a People's Choice award in 2008 so it was obviously popular. Hopefully all those voters will check out the book on which it was based, Angel of Vengeance. While the adventures of Mick St. John provided pretty decent television, it was quite a bit more enjoyable following Mick Angel around the dirty Hollywood streets.
Mr. Dark: Tell us a bit about how you went from the novel, Angel of Vengeance, to creating a TV show based on the story instead of publishing the novel?
Trevor Munson: After working in Hollywood for a while, I decided to take some time away to try my hand at writing novels. Having gone down a promising, but ultimately dead-end road with a previous unpublished crime novel, »
- Mr. Dark
The overall intriguing theme of the new Titan Books’ vampire crime novel “Angel of Vengeance” by Trevor Munson is relying on the past to get to where you are today. Munson, who first came up the idea for a vampire book and the main character, Mick Angel, in 2005, saw that the road to publishing his novel was coming to an end. So a year later, he turned to Hollywood to turn his manuscript into a teleplay. After the success the resulting paranormal romance drama, CBS’ 2007-08 series ‘Moonlight,’ found, Munson rightfully returned to the publishing world to finally release “Angel of Vengeance”. The book follows Mick Angel, an L.A.-based private [...] »
Last Tuesday, Titan Books released Angel Of Vengeance by Trevor Munson (click here to see a chapter preview). The book expands on CBS’ short-lived (but much-beloved by rabid fans) 2007 TV series Moonlight, which starred Alex O’Loughlin (pictured) as vampire Pi Mick St. John. Here’s A.C. Ferrante’s chat with the show’s executive producers before the show debuted on CBS. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (A.C. FERRANTE)
Read our exclusive interview with author Trevor Munson, who’s set to publish his never-before-released novel “Angel of Vengeance”. The book first received attention when it served as the inspiration for the CBS cult-classic vampire series ‘Moonlight,’ which Munson helped create, write and produce. “Angel of Vengeance” provides a twist to the vampire genre, as it combines the world of the undead with detective work; it follows vampire-p.I. Mick Angel who has been hired by a dancer to help find her sister amongst the drug world. Munson discusses with us, among other things, where he got the inspiration for the story and why he decided to work on ‘Moonlight.’ Shockya (Sy): Your [...] »
6 items from 2011
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