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Scout Comics series ‘The Forever Maps’ in feature film development

Matthew Goldberg, Igor De Laurentiis, Ira Napoliello, Lit Entertainment, and Scout Comics are attached to produce The Forever Maps.

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Scout Comics has revealed their series The Forever Maps by Michael Lagacé and Todor Hristov is in development as a feature film with 10 Cloverfield Lane creators Josh Campbell and Matthew Stuecken adapting.

So what’s The Forever Maps about?

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In 1794, a young man named John is given a map. Curious, he follows it, and when he arrives at the end, he finds a similar map. This leads him to another, and then another, and on and on. Determined to find something, anything, else, he continues to follow these strange maps all over the country. Decades later, he learns that as long as he follows them, he doesn’t seem to get older… and it’s not until nearly a century later that he realizes when he stops, time begins to catch up with him. Torn between family and immortality, John must continually choose between living forever and having a life worth living.

Scout Comics series 'The Forever Maps' in feature film development

For more on this news, read the official Scout Comics press release below.

February 7th, 2021 — Scout Comics & Entertainment is proud to announce that THE FOREVER MAPS by Michael Lagace and Todor Hristov is in development as a feature film with Josh Campbell and Matthew Stuecken (10 CLOVERFIELD LANE) adapting.  Matthew Goldberg, Igor De Laurentiis, Ira Napoliello, Lit Entertainment, and Scout Comics are attached to produce.

When you follow the Forever Maps, you don’t get hungry, you don’t get tired, and you don’t get old. Until you stop… and then all that time comes crashing down on you. This is the story of a man torn between family and immortality, who must continually choose between living forever or having a life worth living.

THE FOREVER MAPS is Michael Lagacé’s first published work.  Todor Hristov is a freelance illustrator of such projects as the STRANGER THINGS HALLOWEEN SPECIAL.

Lit Entertainment, founded by Adam Kolbrenner, has produced various films such as THE CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES with Kurt Russell for Netflix; the upcoming FREE GUY starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Shawn Levy; and upcoming THE TOMORROW WAR starring Chris Pratt from Skydance and Paramount Studios. Lit Entertainment is also executive producing RAISED BY WOLVES on HBO Max.

Scout Comics & Entertainment is a multimedia company with over 170 graphic novel titles in its library. Scout has multiple movie, TV and streaming adaptations in development, including projects with Amazon Studios, Freeform/Disney, FilmNation, Escape Artists, and Starburns Industries. 

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