NEWS ENT. REPORT: ‘I, FRANKENSTEIN’ WRITER SAYS LACK OF BLACK FILMMAKERS IN SCIENCE FICTION
The writer of the forthcoming fantasy-drama film began as a science student at Howard University, who would briefly pursue a master’s degree in genetic engineering before dropping out to chase his dream.
It may be hard to believe a career in microbiology could lead to a burgeoning Hollywood film franchise, but I, Frankenstein screenwriter Kevin Grevioux defies career protocol set by the general population.
While still in his mid-20s, Grevioux left behind his educational calling and began making comic books of all things. The decision has proven more than fruitful.