Confirmed projects to date...


The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters by Gordon Dahlquist

US cover art left, UK cover art right.

Official site Click here: Glass Books

Coming in November, our interview with Gordon Dahlquist.

August 25, 2008 - Variety confirmed what had been rumor and speculation in the Depp communities for a while, that is Infinitum Nihil's connection to The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters when they reported that Jayson Rothwell was currently writing the screenplayfor Warner Bros. and Depp's Infinitum Nihil. Click here: Jayson Rothwell to write 'Mountain' - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety

The same day Hollywood Reporter carried the same news here Click here: Jayson Rothwell to write 'Mountain'


The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

Author's website Click here: Welcome to The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

May 05, 2006, Depp's Infinitum Nihil is now on board with Graham King's GK Films and Warner Bros to produce the live-action film based on Brian Selznick's Caldecot Award winning children's novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret. The story told through minimal text and maximum illustrations and tells of an orphaned boy who secretly lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station in the early 20th Century and looks after the clocks in the station where he gets involved in a mystery while trying to repair a mechanical man. Ice Age's Chris Wedge has signed on to direct and "The Aviator" screenwriter John Logan has been signed to write the adaptation. A fall 08 start date was mentioned.The screen rights were originally acquired by GK Films and Warner Bros in 2007. Click here: Chris Wedge to direct 'Hugo Cabret' - Entertainment News, Animation, Media - Variety

May 12, 2008 Selznick says " Hugo Cabret film is in good hands" and why he went with GK Films. Click here: Talkback on School Library Journal


Creator's website Click here: Welcome to Animal Square!

February 27, 2008 Barry Levine talks about the new Radical Kidz, Imaginary Friends Studios children's concept "Animal Square" which is being developed in Radical's teens and tweens division. Click here: Comic Book Resources > CBR News: Barry Levine talks Radical Comics Launch

May 09, 2008 Radical's Barry Levine told us that Animal Squares will be produced by Infinitum Nihil, which is Johnny’s company, and Radical.
Click here: ICv2 - ICv2 Interviews Barry Levine, Part 1

August 15, 2008 Animal Square is also being developed by Johnny Depp’s company, Inifintum Nihil as a 3D animated feature with one of the writers from Family Guy, said writer Edmund Shern. Click here: The New Straits Times Online


The Rum Diary by Hunter S. Thompson

July 29, 2007 While Depp's name has been linked to this project for years, Variety reported that Depp is to produce with Graham King, who acquired rights to Hunter S. Thompson's novel for his GK Films and Depp's Infinitum Nihil. Bruce Robinson is on to write the screenplay and direct the adaptation, which is alos being produced by Film Engine. Click here: Depp goes Gonzo again - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety

Click here: Depp goes Gonzo again - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety


Dark Shadows, original TV concept Dan Curtis

July 26, 2007
A rights deal closing with Warner Bros. and Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil and Graham King's GK Films to develop a film based on the '60s "Dark Shadows" was announced in Variety, with the estate of Dan Curtis, the producer and director who created the ground breaking afternoon soap opera that ran weekdays on ABC for 5 years, from 1966 to 1971. It was said that Depp and King will produce with David Kennedy (who ran Dan Curtis Prods. until Curtis died last year). Click here: Depp lights up 'Dark Shadows' - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety

June 02, 2008 reported in their exclusive that "Tim Burton is attached to direct and John August has been brought in to write the adaptation for the film" Dark Shadows. Click here: - Movie News, Reviews, Interviews and More! - IESB Exclusive: Director and Writer Named for Depp's DARK S


Caliber by Sam Sarkar

Radical Press Release - confirms that Caliber author Sam Sarkar will pen the screen play.Click here: Comic Book Resources > CBR News: John Woo to direct adaptation of Radical's "Caliber"

July 16, 2007 Pic looks likely to be a three-way co-production of Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil, Barry Levine's Radical Comics and Lion Rock, the U.S.-based shingle that Woo runs with longstanding partner Terence Chang. Click here: John Woo fires off 'Caliber' - Entertainment News, Gotham, Media - Variety

July 17, 2007 Hollywood Reporter told us Intandem had purchased a 5% stake in the Los Angeles based comic book publisher Radical Publishing. They went on to announce that "Radical's slate also includes Sam Sarkar's comic creation "Caliber," which is being produced with Infinitum Nihil, Terrance Chang and John Woo for Lionrock Prods., with Woo attached to direct." Click here: The Hollywood Reporter

Click here: Radical Comics : Caliber

THE TERMINAL SPY ( formerly referred to as "Sasha's Story")

The Terminal Spy by Alan S. Cowell

January 11, 2007 Variety told us that Warner Bros. acquired the film rights to a book on the death of former KGB Agent Alexander Litvinenko for Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil to develop. The book was to be written by New York Times London bureau chief Alan Cowell. Cowell had covered the Litvinko story since November 2006. The working title at the time was "Sasha's Story: The Life and Death of a Russian Spy." Click here: Warner, Depp pick 'Spy' tale - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety

July 27, 2008 In the Washington Post review of the book about Litvinko by Alan Cowell, the title had changed to A Terminal Spy, and the reviewer, Thomas de Waal, sites that the book is to be "a forthcoming feature film starring Johnny Depp." Click here: Murder Most Foul -

Project status unknown to date.