Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Frazetta’s ‘Fire and Ice’ lands at Sony


(From Geek Tyrant) Way back in 2010, director Robert Rodriquez picked up the rights to Frank Frazetta’s 1983 animated fantasy film Fire and Ice.

He later announced that he would start developing the film after he was done with Sin City 2, and later some concept art for the film was released that looked pretty damn rad.

According to Deadline, Sony Pictures has acquired a package that gives the studio a potential franchise.

Here’s a description of the film:

From his stronghold in Ice Peak, the evil Nekron sends forth a wave of deadly glaciers, forcing humanity to retreat to Fire Keep, a kingdom ruled by a generous king. When King Jarol’s daughter Teegra is kidnapped, young warrior Larn teams with the mysterious and legendary Dark Wolf, to rescue the princess and the realm from Nekron’s evil sorcery.

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