Film/TV/Podcasts

Audio Drama/Podcasts

Wolverine: The Long Night, Season One

Named one of the top 15 podcasts of 2018 by Apple.

Ben wrote Marvel’s first scripted podcast, a ten-episode audio drama produced by Stitcher. The murder-mystery takes place in Alaska and stars Richard Armitage as the title character. You can listen to it on whatever app you use for streaming podcasts.

Wolverine: The Lost Trail, Season two

Ben wrote the second season of the Marvel podcast, which takes place in the Louisiana bayou. The ten-episode series  is currently in production and releases in February of 2019.

Wastelanders: Old Man Starlord

Ben wrote this ten-episode season for Marvel and SiriusXM/Pandora, starring Timothy Busfield, Chris Elliot, Vanessa Williams, and Danny Glover.

Original and Adapted Film and TV Work by Benjamin Percy

Summering

Feature screenplay written with director James Ponsoldt. Produced by Sony’s Stage 6 and Bleeker Street, it will be released in 2022.

Ben sold a series to Starz called Black Gold, a crime drama about the North Dakota oil boom — with Fremantle producing and James Ponsoldt is attached to direct the pilot. But alas, it died in development hell. Read more about it here.

The Ninth Metal

Ben isn’t allowed to talk about where this is being developed, because of an NDA, but he’s writing the pilot.

RED MOON

For FOX TV, Ben adapted Red Moon as a series with Oscar-winner Akiva Goldsman (A Beautiful Mind, I am Legend, Winter’s Tale) and producer Ilene Staple. But alas, it died in development hell.

THE WILDING

Ben adapted his novel The Wilding into a screenplay for director Tanya Wexler (Hysteria) and for director Guillermo Arriaga (21 Grams). But alas, on both occasions, the movie died in development hell.

Refresh, Refresh

  • Adapted by writer/director James Ponsoldt (“The End of the Tour,” “The Spectacular Now”)
  • One of five screenplays workshopped at the invite-only Sundance Institute’s Screenwriter’s Lab, 2007
  • Winner, Lynn Auerbach Award, 2007
  • One of twelve finalists for the Sundance/NHK International Filmmakers Award.