Artist, Writer and Craftsman (AWA) has tapped Aaron Robin to adapt to his graphic fiction series “Old Hunts”.
It marks the second feature film project of the recently launched film and TV studio branch from AWA Studios. This is the first project that has announced that the company is financing development internally. Zach Studin, president of AWA Studios, will produce the film.
AWA Studios recently announced its first project, “Roth”, an event feature film based on Brian Edward Hill’s AWA graphic novel that Warner Bros. secured after a competitive bidding situation. Joseph Kosinski (“Top Song: Maverick”) ready to direct, with 21 laps production.
“Old Hunts” is a combination of horror and gangster genres. It focuses on three ready-made men standing on the brink of retirement, who are seen to test their inseparable bonds when they are suddenly haunted by ghosts of their past. “Old Hunts” was written by Oli Masters (The Kitchen, Snow Blind) and edited by Rob Williams (AWA’s recently released new series Out, Low Life, Ghost Rider) by artist Lawrence Campbell (Breathing Space, The Punisher, BPRD) and AW Axel Alonso is the founder and chief creative officer.
Robin has an upcoming and still untitled showtime pilot who is an executive selected by Mark Johnson. He wrote the 2020 blacklist script “Towers”.
Robin is represented by Grandview and Attorney Michael Gendler.
The AWA was founded by former Marvel executives Bill James and Axel Alonso, and is chaired by John Miller. The company is supported by Lupa Systems, Sisters and Lightspeed. The company was formed to give creative talents more ownership of their creations.