Mark Mallouk, co-writer of the Johnny Depp starrer Black Mass that Warner Bros opened today, has written the graphic novel Sunflower for 451 Media Group. It debuts at New York Comic-Con in October. It’s about a woman living in isolation after a tragedy involving her husband and daughter. A decade later, she receives a postcard in the mail with only a single word – Sunflower — and she believes her daughter is still alive. Mallouk is currently writing the screenplay on the Calabrese mob family based on Kurt Calabrese’s life rights for Black Label Media and is exec producer of Everest, A Walk Among The Tombstones and Rush.
‘Black Mass’ Co-Scribe Mark Mallouk Writes Graphic Novel ‘Sunflower’
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