Alan Moore on Adaptations of Novels

The writer insists he wants nothing to do with films of his work.
Legendary writer Alan Moore who has written novels such as "V for Vendetta" and "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" spoke about films being based on his writings during a recent interview.

Specifically, he hates the way that many of his colleagues get excited when a wonderful comic book gets turned into a worthless movie franchise. He is in the process of severing his links with DC as a result of a press release which said that he was enthusiastic about the forthcoming film of V for Vendetta. On the contrary, "I have made it clear that I want nothing to do with films of my work. I don't want my name on them and I insist that the money go to other creators."

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