25 May 2012 8:21 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

As I said in my review from SXSW, Timo Vuorensola's Iron Sky is a goofy delight that surprisingly manages to exceed its "Moon Nazis" premise until the flick devolves into a generic, preachy finish.  However, the film has found worldwide distribution (click here to check out a Japanese poster for the film), and Vuroensola isn't done with the Nazis yet.  According to Twitch, Vuroensola is set to adapt Jason's Eisner-Award winning graphic novel I Killed Adolf Hitler.  The film takes place in a dystopian world where assassins are in high demand to take out the annoying people of the world such as loud neighbors and dysfunctional relatives.  One killer gets the unique contract to head back to 1939 and kill Hitler, but ends up getting stuck in the past while Hitler makes his way to the present.  The premise rings a little of Time After Time, and I'm interested to »

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