Vughan is represented by Verve and attorney Julian Zajfen of Ziffren Brittenham.” />
Vaughan has set an overall deal with Legendary Entertainment to develop film and TV projects for the studio. Multi-hyphenate Brian K.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to work with Brian to bring his visions and extraordinary library of work to the screen.” “Through truly inspired storytelling, Brian has created immersive, compelling worlds that are devoured by fans worldwide,” stated Nick Pepper, president of Legendary Television Studios.
Vaughan said he would pursue adaptations of some of his previous comic creations as well as new projects for Legendary.
"It's a tremendous honor to work with them on adaptations of some of my and my talented collaborators' past and current comics, and I’m looking forward to hopefully creating a few wholly original stories with them, as well," he said.
Vaughan is a versatile scribe who has penned comic books and worked on such TV series as ABC's "Lost" and CBS' "Under the Dome."
At present Vaughan is an exec producer of the FX pilot based on his comic "Y: The Last Man." And he's a consultant on the Hulu drama series "Runaways," also based on one of his comics.

Morgan’s Corporate Client Banking Group. “Legendary is an important name in the industry, with a strong balance sheet and deep support from the entertainment banking community that enables robust investment across its content platform,” said David Shaheen, head of entertainment industries for J.P.
He had served as an adviser to Legendary and its parent company, the Dalian Wanda Group, which had bought Legendary in 2016 and has been undergoing a retrenchment. Grode was named late last year as the new CEO of Legendary Entertainment, nearly a year after the departure of founder Thomas Tull.
Legendary Television recently received a second season order from Netflix for its "Lost in Space" series and is supporting an Emmy campaign for "Looming Tower."” />
It's also in post-production on "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" and "Detective Pikachu." It's co-financing "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" and the upcoming films "Mamma Mia: Here We go Again!" and "BlacKkKlansman." Legendary's "Skyscraper," starring Dwayne Johnson, is set to be released on July 13.
Legendary Entertainment has closed a $1 billion senior secured revolving credit facility led by J.P. Morgan.
Legendary said the new facility was significantly oversubscribed and the participation of the entertainment lenders is confirmation of Legendary’s strength as the studio’s film and television slates continue to ramp up under new management.
Combined with its cash on the balance sheet on the closing of the new facility, Legendary will have approximately $2 billion of liquidity. The new facility replaces a prior $585 million credit facility with more favorable terms.
Morgan is a syndicate of entertainment banks, including Union Bank, Bank of America, Comerica Bank, CIT, Fifth Third Bank, and SunTrust Bank. The financing was announced Thursday by Legendary chief executive officer Joshua Grode. Joining J.P.
This new facility and the support from the financial institutions that power our industry is validation of our strategy and another major step in cementing Legendary’s position as one of the premiere content creation companies in the world. We are continuing to be heads down on the creative work with our world-class creative team, with Mary Parent driving the film business and both Mary and Nick Pepper energizing our television business.” Grode, who joined Legendary just over 100 days ago, stated: “We are executing the business plan that we mapped when I joined Legendary at the start of the year.