Series Creator Confirms Invincible Live-Action Movie Isn’t Dead After All


Have faith and look to the sky!

It’s fair to say that Invincible fans have been eating well lately as the release date for the long-awaited second season was recently announced. The chicken pot pie night doesn’t stop there, however, as series creator/producer Robert Kirkman now states that the long-dormant live-action film is indeed still in the works.

In conversation with, Kirkman confirmed: “We’re still working very hard on it. Sometimes movies take a little longer. I think it’s safe to say, if anything, the show just helped immensely. People are very excited about this cinematic potential at Universal. So we’re riding on that excitement and trying to move things forward as quickly as possible.”

The film, first announced by Skybound Entertainment in 2017, was set to star Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg as writers, directors and producers. From the looks of it, both men were already involved with the animated series and served as executive producers, with Rogen also voicing the role of Allen the Alien.

Since debuting on Amazon Prime in 2021, Invincible has turned heads with its gritty, gritty take on superhero life. The main characters have even found themselves in the kid-friendly party title Fall Guys (which raises its own list of questions).

While no further details about possible castings and other critical decisions are known, overwrought enthusiasts of Mark Grayson and Co. can at least console themselves with the idea that the project seems to be gaining momentum. Series Creator Confirms Invincible Live-Action Movie Isn’t Dead After All

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