Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner are set to compose a real to life film adjustment of the overall hit manga arrangement “One Punch Man” for Sony Pictures.
Avi Arad and Ari Arad of Arad Productions are delivering the film.
Immensely famous both in Japan and around the globe, “One Punch Man” follows the account of Saitama, a superhuman who can vanquish any rival with a solitary punch however tries to locate a commendable rival in the wake of becoming exhausted by an absence of difficulties in his battle against underhanded.
Made in 2009 by Japanese craftsman ONE as a webcomic, “One Punch Man” immediately became famous online. In 2012, it was then distributed on Shueisha’s Young Jump Next with outlines by Yusuke Murata alongside ONE. The arrangement saw overall deals of more than 30 million duplicates. At the point when the English release distributed by VIZ Media appeared in the U.S. in 2015, the first and second volumes made the New York Times manga successes list and was named for an Eisner and a Harvey Award. From that point forward, the notoriety of “One Punch Man” has prompted a widely praised anime TV arrangement, just as a video and versatile game.
Insiders state Sony is high on the property given its fame and the chance of adding another establishment to the pipeline.
Rosenberg and Pinkner have become top picks at Sony in the wake of writing the tremendously fruitful “Venom,” which prompted an up and coming spin-off. They likewise composed both “Jumanji” pics for the studio. The latest portion, “Jumanji: the Next Level,” bowed this past December and netted $796 million in the overall film industry.