The Secret Service Comic Adaptation From Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons will Star Mark Hamill


The film adaptation of The Secret Service, the comic written by Mark Millar and drawn by Dave Gibbons, created in collaboration with director Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class and Kick-Ass) has news.


Comic Book Movie found in Millar‘s Twitter timeline, that Mark Hamill, the eternal Luke Skywalker, will play an important role in the film.


Just off the phone with @HamillHimself. What an absolutely lovely man! You can find out why we’re talking over the coming weeks.

For anyone who wants a hint about the comic and movie Mark Hamill and I were planning last night just click:

He then went on to confirm to CBM that:

Hamill won’t necessarily be the ‘star’ in the film but that he will have a pivotal role and that the two leads will be British.”

The miniseries, which will be launched later this month, was created when Vaughn and Millar watched Casino Royale and start questioning why they didn’t include the training of the super spy James Bond.


The comic is about, among other things, the training of a rebellious kid from north London to become a kind of James Bond. Vaughn is currently writing the script for the film adaptation which, according to Millar, will be a Kick-Ass version of SHIELD and U.N.C.L.E..

There is a schedule set for the production. More details are expected soon.

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