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Sam Worthington Will Get 'Damaged'

July 1, 2010 (8:33 am) GMT
The actor, through his company Full Clip Productions, will develop the project based on the Radical Publishing comics.

More comic books will get big screen treatment. It has been announced that Radical Publishing teams up with and his company Full Clip Productions on an imprint deal to develop intellectual property to be produced under the Radical banner, with plan to make some of them into film adaptations.

Sam is partnering with Michael Schwarz and John Schwarz in Full Clip, and the "" actor as well as John could star in selected movie projects. One of the projects coming is "Damaged" which is created by John and Michael. Written by David Lapham, the story follows two brothers committed to justice in different ways - one inside the law, one violently beyond it.

As their careers approach to an end, they must train their replacements, hoping to remake each in their image. But the vigilante code has changed and the brothers are left unprepared for the true lawlessness and corruption that is about to be unleashed.

No scribe has been tapped to work on the feature film project, which will see the Schwarz brothers and Radical president Barry Levine producing. Sam and Radical executive vp Jesse Berger will serve as executive producers. There has been no word on whether or not the Australian star will take a role in this movie.

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