Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinker will write a live-action film adaptation of Sony Pictures’ hit world manga series “One Punch Man”.
Avi Arad and Ari Arad of Aradh Production are producing the film.
Very popular in Japan and around the world, the story of “One Punch Man”, a superhero who can beat any opponent with one hit, follows Sitama, with a worthy opponent after being bored with a lack of challenges. Seeks his battle Against evil
Created as a webcomic by Japanese artist One in 2009, “One Punch Man” became increasingly viral. In 2012, it was published in Shueisha’s Young Jump Next with an accompanying portrayal by Yusuke Murata. The series had sales of over 30 million copies worldwide. When the English version published by VIZ Media debuted in the US in 2015, the first and second editions were featured on the New York Times manga bestseller list and nominated for an Eisner and Harvey Award. Since then, the popularity of “One Punch Man” has given rise to the critically acclaimed anime television series as well as a video and mobile game.
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Rosenberg and Pinkner have become Sony’s favourites after writing the hit “Venom”, which led to the upcoming sequel. He also wrote two photographs of “Jumanji” for the studio. The latest instalment, “Jumanji: The Next Level,” peaked last December and grossed $ 796 million at the worldwide box office.