Jame McTeigue for Vendetta

by | November 19, 2004 | Comments

Variety reports James McTeigue is in final talks to helm Warner Bros’ big screen adaptation of the graphic novel "V for Vendetta." The graphic novel tells a "what if" story where Germany has won WWII and the world is under its totalitarian rule. This fascist state is opposed by a freedom fighter known as "V" with the help of an assistant he has rescued from the secret police. "V for Vendetta" will be McTeigue’s feature debut, but he has worked as first AD for the upcoming "Star Wars — Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" and the first "Matrix" movie.

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