"Splice" director Vincenzo Vitali suggests to MTV News another superhero title he might like to take on. "I'll put this out there: maybe 'Alpha Flight,'" says the director. "I thought that would be interesting, to give a little Canadian angle on the superhero mythology .... It's an interesting group and it had a lot of different members, so you can take it in a number of different directions. I think it would be cool." No deal is in place and, for the most part, Vitali is thinking out loud, but its one of the more interesting ideas a director has expressed when asked, "What comic book would you make into a movie?"
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