Last we heard from the "Lobo" camp, former director Guy Ritchie had parted ways with DC's bastich bounty hunter in favor of a "Sherlock Holmes" sequel.
However, producer Joel Silver is still optimistic about the idea of bringing the brutal Czarnian to the big screen — in fact, he's hoping to make it a 3-D affair!
"Guy [Ritchie]'s off it because Guy's working on 'Sherlock 2,' but I want to do 'Lobo,' too," silver told MTV News during the press junket for "Splice," the new sci-fi horror film opening this weekend. "That should also be a 3-D movie."
"Hopefully we'll put [that] together one day," he added. "That's something I'm also excited about doing."
As far as where the film stands, Silver offered an update of sorts on "Lobo" and confirmed previous reports of a screen test they conducted early in development.
"We're working on the script now a little bit more," he said. "We learned a lot as we did a test — a very effective test that a guy did with us, but we're moving forward and I hope we can get that together."
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