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Insane Jane and Space Cadet movies
Published on Friday, June 29, 2012 by

Bluewater’s website is not always the most up to date on news, so I had to head to other sites to find out about upcoming movies based on the Bluewater comics. It isn’t surprising given the recent Marvel Movie success that other comic companies are going to try their hand at a films.Marvel isn’t the only company to have success. Josie and the Pussycat was still one of the better comic book adaptations of all time, or at least one that was great even though it is usually forgotten. The Archie comic worked as well on film as many larger comic company properties.

In Marvelous Marvel Movie news, Ant-Man has completed a test reel and Guardians of the Galaxy is going to tie into the second wave of Marvel movies. Meanwhile, July 3rd reboots the Spider-Man for fans.

Bluewater Announce Plans For INSANE JANE And TOM CORBETT: SPACE CADET Movies

Following the news that Marvel are hard at work on bringing Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy to the big screen, Bluewater Productions have confirmed that they are planning to adapt their own properties, Insane Jane and Tom Corbett: Space Cadet.

ComingSoon.net confirms that Bluewater Productions are moving ahead with big screen adaptations of Insane Jane and Tom Corbett: Space Cadet. These two little known properties have been picked up by Pleroma Entertainment, an independent production company, so there’s currently no word on the what the scale of the films will be. We could not be more thrilled to team up with Pleroma Entertainment. ‘Insane Jane’ and ‘Tom Corbett: Space Cadet’ are two comic books that we thought would make great properties for film and television when we created them,” said Darren Davis, President of Bluewater Productions. Ray Brown, CEO and producer of Pleroma, adds: “The partnership between Bluewater and Pleroma presents an opportunity for us to produce two, if not more, of Bluewater’s most popular books as feature films. It is a partnership that I have personally looked forward too for many years and it is a good thing for both companies. Together, we are going to make great things happen.”

The official description for Insane Jane is: “Take youthful energy. Add in some over-active imagination. Mix in some powdered donuts. Sprinkle it with delusional disorder and you get … Insane Jane! The kookiest action hero of the 21st century. Will Jane save the day? Will Jane destroy the world? Will she remember to take her medication?” Meanwhile, Tom Corbett: Space Cadet is describes as: “Starring a movie-ready hero who harkens back to the retro space heroes of the 1950s! Juggling schoolwork, cadet training and saving the world, Tom is on the adventure of his life in his new adventures. The Corbett comic book was transformed earlier this year into an audio drama on Sirius/XM with Colonial Radio Theatre.” What do you think these two productions sound like?

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