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Demarest in Joblo.com

George Romero’s Empire of the Dead becoming a TV show Can never have too many members of the walking dead on the boob tube, can you? In exciting news for zombie fans, it has been revealed George A. Romero’s 15-issue graphic novel Empire of the Dead is being developed for TV by production company Demarest […]

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Demarest in Bloody Disgusting

George Romero Bringing “Empire Of The Dead” To TV The zombie world created by George A. Romero is coming to the small screen! Demarest, the folks behind Tusk, have announced that they will be adapting the 15-issue graphic novel Empire Of The Dead, which was written by Romero and published by Marvel, into a TV […]

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Demarest in Empire Online

George A. Romeo Bringing His Empire Of The Dead Comics To TV The man who helped usher zombies into mainstream pop culture is back shepherding the undead. George A. Romero, who expanded his horror reach to graphic novels with Empire Of The Dead, is now aiming to bring the story to television. Demarest, which produced […]

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Demarest on Hitfix.com

George A. Romero mounts his own zombie TV series, adds vampires Another zombie series may soon be joining “The Walking Dead” and “iZombie” on the small-screen. George A. Romero is developing an adaptation of his Marvel Comics series “Empire of the Dead” for TV, according to Variety. The 15-issue graphic novel will be adapted by […]

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Demarest on CinemaBlend

Empire Of The Dead, From Marvel And George A. Romero, Is Getting A TV Show Like the shambling bodies that make up the subject matter, our culture’s fascination with zombie fiction will probably never fully die, with the strength and popularity of The Walking Dead as a lynchpin to the sub-genre’s staying power. It looks […]

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Demarest in Collider

George Romero’s EMPIRE OF THE DEAD TV Show in the Works at Demarest Demarest Films, the company that’s worked on films including Tusk and A Most Wanted Man, is moving into the TV realm. Not only is Demarest moving forward with a limited-series adaptation of the John le Carre novel The Night Manager with Hugh […]

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