Comic-Con: Relativity Acquires ‘Continuum;’ Greg Russo Scripting Time Travel Comic Book Adaptation

EXCLUSIVE: Relativity has acquired Continuum, a feature pitch that will be written by Greg Russo, based on the Arcana comic book. The logline: 175 years after Earth is devastated by a nano-terrorist attack, with the human race dying out, a historian and team of soldiers are sent back in time to present-day New York City in the hope of figuring out who launched the catastrophic attack and why. The one-way mission is the last chance for humanity, saving the future by altering the past. The film will be produced by Atlas Entertainment, along with Benderspink and Arcana Comics’ Sean O’Reilly, with Relativity’s Jason Barhydt steering it.

Russo has a lot percolating. His draft of Heatseekers got Timur Bekmambetov attached at Paramount, with Platinum Dunes and Chris Morgan producing, and he most recently was hired by Bandito Brothers director Scott Waugh to script the actioner High Speed. His relationship with Relativity traces back to the company buying his spec Down, and he’s also recently sold the specs Black Ice to Alloy Entertainment, and Autobahn to Code Entertainment. He’s repped by ICM Partners, Madhouse and Morris Yorn.

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