Den of Geek has been through the production lists of Hollywood again, and uncovered a wealth of console and computer games coming to the big screen....
A devil may cry movie? Sweet!
Also they forgot the animated Resident Evil film
They need to make a movie from Leisure Suit Larry. I would buy the Unrated version on bluray the day it comes out. Promise.
OMG best one next to MSG movie and devil may cry..the sands of time had such an awesome story...however it probably will seem more like a tomb raider movie thou...but if done right..could be great
Kinda pathetic that Hollywood is so far out of ideas they're stealing from every game possible no matter how stupid the concept.... I mean Everquest movie wtf?
Hey they let Uwe do a D&D game movie.
God of War was supposed to be made into a movie! i couldnt imagine anyone besides a big name director and producer to do this movie because it would be so expensive and so hard to pull off!
once expressed his thoughts as to whom he would like to direct a GoW flick, and among them was Paul Verhoeven(RoboCop,Total Recall,Starship Troopers), Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.
River City Ransom from NES into a Movie!
to include tekken and street fighter movies
Well, if they could make a DMC movie anywhere near as entertaining as the cutscenes from the game, I'm sold (well, action wise anyway) :) But, movies based on games just don't work, and I think everyone knows that. The only film I see on that list that has any hope is probably, and unfortunately, Halo, thanks to Peter Jackson.
I think they mixed up everquest with WoW.
Cuz I dnt want a Toby Maguire Dante. Like,as terrible as the cast,screenplay,everythng of the dbz movie
Personally I can't wait to see Devil May Cry, the new Mortal Kombat, Splinter Cell, and Prince of Persia. I am actually a BIG fan of video game to movie adaptations, even though many people really hate them. The only thing I am RARELY a fan of is the reverse, movie to video game adaptations.
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