A pilot for Y: The Last Man, created by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, is ordered by FX after being stuck in development for years.
Y: The Last Man
With TV adaptation of the Y: The Last Man comic series FINALLY on the way, Dirk Gently star Elijah Wood has stated his desire to lead the way.
Comic book creator Brian K. Vaughan says the pilot for his upcoming Y: The Last Man TV series has been written.
Director D.J. Caruso talks about the progress of the adaptation of Y: The Last Man and its potential as a television series.
FX sets Michael Green - co-showrunner of the American Gods TV show - to co-write the Y: The Last Man TV series with Brian K. Vaughn.
According to the CEO of FX, the network's adaptation of comic book series Y: The Last Man will be overseen by its creator Brian K. Vaughan.
Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's Y: The Last Man sci-fi comic book series is reportedly developed adapted for TV by FX.
Rights to 'Y: The Last Man' have reverted to creators Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, as Dan Trachtenberg confirms that the movie is dead.
With 'Y: The Last Man' director Dan Trachtenberg signed on to direct a new thriller for Bad Robot, his comic adaptation is looking pretty dead.
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New Line's 'Y: The Last Man' movie needs to shoot this year or not at all, as the rights will soon revert back to Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.
Commercial director Dan Trachtenberg (Portal: No Escape) signs with New Line to helm the 'Y: The Last Man' movie adaptation.
New Line Cinema may have finally gotten a workable script for their adaptation of 'Y: The Last Man,' which could mean a trilogy won't be in the cards.
TV writing duo Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia (Warehouse 13, Jericho) have been hired to pen a fresh script draft for the delayed 'Y: The Last Man' comic book adaptation.
Director DJ Caruso talks about leaving 'Y: The Last Man', gives updates on 'Dead Space', and discusses a movie version of the hit cop show 'The Shield'.
Director Louis Leterrier's wishes may come true for the long-delayed adaptation of 'Y: The Last Man' but we're no closer to having the movie made. Or could it be a TV series?
Director D.J. Caruso explains why he and New Line are having issues agreeing on the direction of Y: The Last Man and why it's been continually delayed.
Louis Leterrier is reportedly interested in helming Y: The Last Man. Does that mean DJ Caruso and star Shia LaBeouf are off the project for good?