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Actor Luke Goss Would Love To See A Death Race Video Game

While gamers know Paul Anderson for his work behind the camera of Sony Pictures’ Resident Evil franchise, the writer/director/producer also has turned a Death Race remake into a film franchise. He wrote and directed the first film and has written the last two. Universal Home Video has released the second straight-to-video sequel, Death Race: Inferno, on Blu-ray and DVD.

The franchise, which pays homage to Roger Corman’s original Death Race 2000, heads to the desert with Inferno. After launching with Jason Statham on the big screen, the series now features actor Luke Goss behind the wheel as Frankenstein. Goss, who also stars in the new Blu-ray Interview with a Hitman, took some time to talk about the new movie. A gamer, he explains why Death Race would make a great video game, in this exclusive interview. (Culture, Paul Anderson, Resident Evil)

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Nitrowolf2  +   1037d ago
wouldn't it just be pretty much Twisted Metal?
joeorc  +   1037d ago
@ Nitrowolf2
well more like SteveJackson's CarWar's

Car Wars is a vehicle combat simulation game developed by Steve Jackson Games. It was first published in 1980

which by the way was a inspiration for twisted Metal!
a_bro  +   1037d ago
we already have death race, its called Mario Kart...Just that its a G rated game....

oh, cant forget about wipeout either...
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LOGICWINS  +   1037d ago
Any of you seen Death Race 1 or 2. DR2, despite being straight to DVD, was BETTER than DR1 IMO. It had Maggie from The Walking Dead.
Nitrowolf2  +   1037d ago
ha I'll give it a watch, straight to dvd kind of made me think low budget, like really low
cyguration  +   1036d ago
Death Race 2 was better than Death Race 1.

I like Stathom but the first Death Race was really crappy. The second one had a better plot and pacing and actually wanted the audience to care about the characters.
maniacmayhem  +   1031d ago
Going to have to seriously disagree with you on that one logic. Part 2 was good and the quality was definitely there but part one was the best.

Anyone see part 3 yet?
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maniacmayhem  +   1031d ago
I picture it more like Full Auto than a Twisted Metal.
chukamachine  +   1037d ago
When will I be famous.
cleverusername  +   1037d ago
Were u a Brosette too? (cringe)
NoremacTheGamer  +   1037d ago
Full Auto!!!
tigertron  +   1031d ago
I enjoy watching the DR series, although I have yet to watch Inferno. I'll be checking it out though. I was pleasantly surprised with DR2.
hazelamy  +   1031d ago
the original remake, you know what i mean, was so much like a game anyway, i'm surprised there was no tie in game.

the automotive destruction, a selection of options for the car, like the tombstone, and various weapon options.
then there's the power ups on the track.

that screamed game to me.

and the movie was fun, no masterpiece, but fun.
sadly i've yet to see any of the sequels, but i want to.

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