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It was a few years back when 20th Century Fox scooped up the rights to the comic series Nemesis, intent on turning it into a feature film. Tony Scott was originally attached to direct the project with Joe Carnahan set to write.

Scott unfortunately passed away last year, and we found out Carnahan is taking over directing duties while also writing the script with his brother, Matthew Michael Carnahan.

As reported by Deadline, the screenplay is complete and Nemesis co-creator Mark Millar is raving about the finished product, highly impressed with the Carnahan brothers' take on the series. Read on for Miller's evaluation of the script!

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Nemesis is one of the most relentless and powerful screenplays I’ve ever read. I was actually Shell-shocked after reading it, thinking about it for hours afterwards and discussing it with the family. As a movie, the Carnahans have »

- John Squires

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