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Is losers based on comic?

Is losers based on comic?

The idea was very loosely based on the original The Losers for DC Comics, a group of World War II soldiers, although Diggle maintains he has never read a single issue of the original series. The series was adapted into a film of the same name that was released in 2010….The Losers (Vertigo)

The Losers
Book Two ISBN 1-4012-2923-9

How did The Losers comic end?

Bittersweet Ending: The Losers stop Max’s plan to start World War III and ensure global American dominance, but Aisha betrays the team and kills Clay by dropping a WP grenade next to him.

Who wrote The Losers comic?

JockAndy Diggle
The Losers/Creators

Why is the Losers a DC movie?

The Losers is one of those early DC comic book movies that keeps falling to the wayside because of two primary reasons: 1) it’s based on a cult favorite comic book rather than a famous one and 2) it’s a decent if forgettable action movie from the dead zone of 2010.

Did the losers ever get Max?

The Losers decide to speed up their attack on Max’s base at a container park, only to be betrayed by Roque and captured by Max and Wade.

Why is The Losers a DC movie?

Why is there no sequel to the losers?

The film failed to set the box office alight, which is one glaring reason a sequel wasn’t forthcoming. But Morgan blames the way it was marketed. “It wasn’t promoted the way it should have been, to be honest with you,” he said.

Will there be a losers Part 2?

Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that The Losers will ever receive a sequel.

Is there a follow up film to The Losers?

Warner Bros. movie adaptation of the popular Vertigo comic came out in 2010, and here’s why The Losers never got the sequel its ending set up. Here’s why a sequel to The Losers never happened. Based on the DC/Vertigo comic book by Andy Diggle, Warner Bros. began developing a movie adaptation of The Losers in 2007.

Why didn’t The Losers get a sequel?

It had a limited international release, as it never made it to China, Japan, and other major international markets. Since The Losers barely made more than its budget, it should not be a surprise that Warner Bros. wasn’t eager to get the band back together and make another.