Sources also say that Campos will direct and serve as producer/executive producer on the series, should his version of the show eventually continue.
However, Campos is now the third writer to be brought into the DC project since then Originally announced in July 2020 with a chain commitment. At the time, the show was supposed to revolve around the inner workings of Gotham PD and is set in the same world as Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” with Terence Winter writing and executive production. But the news broke in November that year that Winter left the series on creative differences. Creator of “Jerry/Haji” Then Joe Barton was brought on the plane, but when the project shifted away from the police department to focus instead on the infamous asylum, Warner Bros. About Barton, too.
Representatives for Campos, HBO Max and Warner Bros. declined. about the comment.
Reeves is the CEO that produces the Arkham Asylum show under his 6th & Idaho banner alongside Daniel Pepsky and Adam Cassin. Dylan Clark will also work on production execution with Ravi Crohn’s co-executive at 6 & Idaho. Warner Bros. TV is the studio. Reeves is currently undergoing a blanket deal at WBTV.
The Arkham Asylum Show does not have an official record at this time, but Described by Reeves earlier “Like a horror movie or a haunted house is Arkham.” It is the second known series “Batman”, with Colin Farrell decided to reprise the role of Penguin In its independent presentation.
Campos is no stranger to HBO Max, having previously worked with the streaming service on the critically acclaimed limited true crime series “The Staircase.” Campos was the writer, director, executive producer, and responsible for this project, which starred Colin Firth and Toni Collette as Michael and Kathleen Peterson, respectively. It debuted on HBO Max in May 2022.
Aside from “The Staircase,” Campos’ previous television credits include executive production and directing multiple episodes of the hit USA Network crime anthology series “The Sinner,” including its premiere and season two. He also directed an episode during the first season of the Marvel-Netflix series “The Punisher”. On the fiction side, he has written and directed movies like “Simon Killer” and “Afterschool”. His movie “The Devil All the Time”, based on the novel by Donald Ray Bullock, was released in 2020. Actors included Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, and Riley Keough. Campos co-wrote the film with Paulo Campos.
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