Zac Efron to Star in the Movie Adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis’ Fire

0 is reporting that Zac Efron (yes, that douche) has a just made a deal at Universal pictures to star in Fire, an adaptation of  the Brian Michael Bendis penned comic series.

According to the article, the plan is for Efron to play a college student who is recruited by the CIA, only to find that he has been trained for a program that creates expendable agents.

The script for the movie will be written by Brian Michael Bendis himself. Neal Moritz and David Engel will produce, with Zac Efron and Jason Barrett acting as executive producers.

Fire was both written and drawn by Brian Michael Bendis and was originally published as a two-issue series by Caliber Comics in 1993. It was later republished as a graphic novel by Image Comics

The story is a spy thriller that centers around on a Jewish-American college student named Benjamin Furst, who is recruited into a Central Intelligent Agency operation known as Project Fire. After several missions, he begins to suspect trouble and learns of Project Fire’s true purpose.

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