It's a case of good news, bad news for the Y: The Last Man movie. On the plus side, a new script for the movie is currently being co-written by creator Brian K. Vaughan. On the minus, Shia's still involved.
Talking during a press appearance for Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen, Shia LeBeouf said that earlier reports of his disinterest in the movie had been exaggerated:
"Y: The Last Man" is my favorite comic book. It's also [director] DJ Caruso's favorite comic book. We DO want to make it... Vaughn and [screenwriter Carl] Ellsworth and DJ are writing the script now. The script is not ready to be shot. DJ is making a different movie right now. He's making "Jack and the Beanstalk". There's just other things going on with DJ and I wouldn't want to make the movie with anybody else because he loves it like I do. But I don't think Vaughn is trying to give it to anybody else. I think that it is something that's very realistic, it's just not in the pipe for the next year.
There's only one thing for it: We have to do something to make Shia go off the idea again.
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