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Submitted by Pozzle 537d ago | opinion piece

5 Brilliant Directors Who Should Helm Video Game Adaptations

The upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie is a step in the right direction bit it’s not enough. Hollywood either needs to ignore gaming or embrace it fully. Quite simply, if video game adaptations are to succeed, world class directors need to take the reins and be given creative freedom within a world that already exits to millions of fans.

Here are 5 franchises that deserve the big screen treatment and five directors that would make awesome adaptations. (Culture)

iamnsuperman  +   537d ago
"Chistopher Nolan – Metal Gear Solid" terrible idea. Also "Solid Snake – Christian Bale" another terrible idea.

The Uncharted one is strangely good. I am unsure about Cooper but he kind of fits the role and I really do not think Biel is a good Elena but everything else fits quite well

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