The Series That Inspired 'Cemetery Man'   

October 11, 2007 "Dylan Dog," the Italian graphic novel series that inspired one of the greatest horror films of the 1990s, is heading to the big screen with Brandon Routh in the lead.

"Final Destination 2" director David Ellis is helming the $35 million feature. The film is about a private eye that investigates supernatural doings, and the Dylan Dog character actually never appeared in "Cemetery Man". But apparently the Dog character was actually based upon Rupert Everett.

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