Frank Miller's Next Movie Project: Ronin

Sylvain White to direct Frank Miller's Ronin!
At the press day for 300, producer Gianni Nunnari told the IESB directly, plans for his next project, Ronin. An adaptation of another of Frank Miller's works, Nunnari has tapped Sylvain White (Stomp The Yard) to direct. Domestic Total as of Feb. 9, 2007: $57,398,000 (Estimate)

Gianni has a first look deal with Warner Bros. and owns the rights to Miller's Ronin for the big screen adaptation.

Frank Miller has described Ronin as, "It's a superhero, science fiction, samurai drama, urban nightmare, gothic romance."

Sylvain White's most recent work was as director on Stomp The Yard that dealt with stepping — a tradition among black fraternities and sororities in the United States.

Ronin tells the tale of a dishonored 13th-century samurai who is reborn in a corrupt and computerized 21st century New York with one last chance for redemption. His quest takes him through the violent Manhatten netherworld, and brings him face-to-face with passion, betrayal, murder... and the reincarnation of his sworn enemy, the ancient demon Agat. On a bleak and decaying battleground, the two foes wage a final war: to settle past debts, and for the soul of a dying civilization.

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