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    Let's face it, BEN 10 is one of the most popular animated series ever seen in recent times. Since 2005, Cartoon Network has produced a 100+ episodes of three separate series as well as one animated and two live-action tele movies.

    Now according to Variety, producer Joel Silver has signed to develop a live-action feature version, with an eye toward distribution via Warner Bros. Here's what he had to say about the upcoming project.
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    "I think we have to try something fresh and go at it in a way that stays true to the original material. I have a 5-year-old and a 9-year-old, so it's somewhere between them."

    On the plus side, Stu Snyder, who is the chief operating officer of Turner's animation, young adults and kids media division added his comment regarding Silver's involvement.
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    "I cannot think of anyone better suited than Joel Silver to develop a theatrical action-driven adventure based on our franchise Ben 10."

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    Meanwhile, Dark Castle's Steve Richards has gone on a record stating that the live-action version of BEN 10 would be completely recast from the character's previous live-action incarnations, and wants to go as big as possible with the project.

    "We really see this as a large, big-budgeted tentpole movie."

    Silver and Dark Castle are currently looking for writers to pen the live-action version.Source URL:
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