Opening in theaters on April 29th is Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, the big screen adaptation of the classic Italian comic book of the same name. Besides being based on the popular graphic novel, the film also has several deep comic book ties as it was helmed by TMNT director Kevin Munroe and stars the former Superman and Jimmy Olsen, Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington, respectively. In addition to Routh and Huntington, the film also stars an impressive cast that includes Anita Briem (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Peter Stormare (Constantine), Brian Steele (Hellboy), and Taye Diggs (Go). I recently had an opportunity to sit down and chat with director Kevin Munroe, as well as the stars of the film Brandon Routh, and Sam Huntington to discuss the new movie, adapting the comic book to the big screen, Routh and Huntington's reunion, and life after Superman Returns.
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SYNOPSIS: In New Orleans, Dylan Dog (Brandon Routh) is an ace detective whose specialty is paranormal cases. Now, he must deal with vampires, werewolves, zombies, and a guardian of Hell, all due to a client's (Anita Briem) case. With the help of Marcus Adams (Sam Huntington), his undead assistant, he will have to persevere for the sake of Earth.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night opens in theaters on April 29th.