"In a refreshing bit of honesty, Sony recently confirmed that not only have they set a date of June 10th, 2016 for the Uncharted movie, but also confirmed it will be awful. " | Explosion.com
lol at headline
Would have been funny if satire wasnt in the headline, spoils the whole piece; useless.
And if it wasn't there, typical N4G userbase would've started to senselessly bash it from the get go after only reading the headline. As a side note; I don't have high hopes for Uncharted, Last Of Us and Metal Gear Solid movies because of Screen Gems' and Avi Arad's involvement. This is the guy who claimed that he wants to make MGS movie like the Resident Evil ones because RE movies did it "right".
@^^^ You should never, ever get your hopes up when it comes to video games>>>movie adaptations... These movies are all guilty of ending up gutted and hilariously executed for the sake of Hollywood targeted audience until proven otherwise. Which might as well never happen...
why do you have a half naked pic of urself in a room full of dudes? hahaha
I can't stop laughing after reading your comment and I'm not sure why. Maybe the thought of you stumbling across a room of half naked dudes and going "what the hell?" Hahaha XD
Talk about satire
I don't think we need a satire article to tell us that After Seth Gordons comments on the film, it's going to be like every other video game film
Yep, I almost cried................ in pain after I read Sam Raimi was involved with The Last Of Us movie Why are they doing this to us, "it's because it's not for us, it's for those mofos to earn themselves loads of cash"
I don't understand why they can't just get a person who loves the franchise and video games to write these types of films. Whether they are known writers or even ones just starting out because writers in Hollywood don't really contribute to the marketing, even when a film does amazing it's the directors name plastered on the reviews. The advantage of a new writer is that you wouldn't have to pay him that much. So why get a big name writers for the film when the focus is usually on the guy directing. Should of just gotten Amy Hennig to condense and restructure the Drakes Fortune script. I hope that's what Neil is going to do for the Last of Us film, there is no need for him to change the entire script he wrote, most of the dialogue is pretty solid.
It's because Hollywood doesn't give a damn about making good movies "as long as it makes a high return who gives a damn" even movies that totally suck make money, Resident Evil for example, every single one of those films are EXTREMELY bad, but they make money at the box office so we get sequels http://www.youtube.com/watc... That's the closest I will get to seeing a decent Deus Ex movie
Who cares if Raimi is involved...Neil Druckmann is writing the god damn script for christ sake.
Sam Raimi is literally the BEST person in the world to be doing TLOU. He made the Evil dead series, so he can mix action and horror together in a fun mixture, but more importantly he is the person who made the first really LEGIT comic book movie, before spiderman we were forced to watch things like Batman whip out a bat credit card and wear nipples on his batsuit. If there is anybody out there who can move videogame movies into the spotlight as both critical and commercially successful, it is Sam Raimi
Sam loved the game. Watch the Comic Con panel. Sam and Screen Gems are the best possible choices.
Hey guys, remember Uwe Boll? He claims he was a huge fan of the games he adapted into films. Being a fan doesn't necessarily mean that they will make a good movie. J.J. Abrams was reportedly not a fan of Star Trek and he still made an arguably good new Star Trek movie.
Duuno why I have to state the obvious again, Sam Raimi makes b-grade comedy horror, nothing wrong with that i'm a BIG fan of his Evil Dead films, if you came to my house you would KNOW that He is not the right person, TLOU is a serious emotional story, something Sam Raimi doesn't do (don't anyone dare mention Spider Man) And what does it matter that he liked it? who didn't
It's not just Seth Gordon I'm worried about. The writers are horrible!
This is why I'm happy with Forward unto Dawn, and now hopefully Halo Nightfall. They want the movie to be true to the games. I hope Sony does what Microsoft did back in Halo 3 days. Pull the movies off and come up with a better way to make them more loyal to what the fans want. Because you know... that's who made the games popular not Hollywood.
It's possible that this video game adaptation will be awful, not Mario Brothers or Street Fighter awful, but nowhere near the quality of the game and that'll be bad enough.
Why would they invest on this movie? yes the games are great, but all video games turn movies are terrible. Need for Speed? Prince of Persia? Mario Bros? I agree @ Lord Maim Silent Hill was a great movie, not to mention one of the best story games on video games.
Silent Hill was probably the best of a bad batch. Hope that The Last of Us breaks the trend, since the original writer/director is doing the screenplay and has final approval over script / casting. Uncharted though... it just feels like they're going to wreck something I love.
I liked the Prince of Persia movie...Was pretty good.
Silent Hill was a horrible movie. Prince of Persia is probably one of the more acceptable movies based on video games because it was an enjoyable action movie that just used certain elements from the games. Having said that, there's no way to determine if a movie will be good. If they stick to the video game concepts, it will fail. If they just use it as a building block and remember it's not a video game, then it could do well. It all depends on the writing, acting, and directing, though.
Y'all are crazy. Wreck-It Ralph was incredible. :P
"Why would they invest on this movie?" Because it already has an established fan base which is a whole lot more than any new movie starting from scratch.
Is anyone really gonna be surprised if movies based on games going to suck?
I think this article is fake. I didn't see any other sources saying this stuff
See above, RE: Satire
Sadly it's true. Just checked imdb.
It Could Be Worst Uwel Bowl And M Night Shamalan Co Directing
Please check your email for a invitation to Uwe Bowl 2014. @_@
I knew this film would be shit don't need it anyway the uncharted games are like films in a way it's pointless typical Hollywood again ruining stuff :/
Well the director is an idiot if that's what he really said . He should find out who Nathan drake is and make a good movie and with the fan base he won't be worried about his house
It won't be terrible and here's why, it all counts on what kind of Game Uncharted WAS. Look at some of the bad game films: Super Mario brothers Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Need For Speed Hitman Resident Evil Street Fighter Street Fighter: Legend of Chun Li A good example of a game film: Prince of Persia (Not great but it does constitute as good) Now what is the difference between the bad game films and the good game film? The way the GAMES are portrayed plot-wise OR the fact that ALL of the bad ones are impossible to transform into a palpable and respectable narrative because they are objective based games, they don't even have a narrative to begin with. Uncharted has a narrative, it was one of the first games to bridge the gap between game and film narratives, it can and will work, especially with a gamer at the helm. (PS Hitman could have been better if they set each act into a kind of game level scenario, like three min die hard films roled into one.)
Don't forget the DOOM movie.
But doom movie had that fps scene with the battle against that big demon slug.. Oh that's all i remember beside rock being super demon. These game movies were Bad. I like the old Mario cartoons. If only resident evil took that hive concept and transitioned to the mansion exploits of Jill and Chris, but that damn Alice just too badass/s._ The Jill from movie is a fox.
Not even on my radar! I've been hurt too many times!!
The director of this movie should be PAUL W S ANDERSON *drum rolls*
Adam Sandler could make Nathan Drake AND Elena Fisher, at the same time.
There's a special level in Hell for people like you.... That's just so wrong on so many levels.
Give me Peter Nolan and Hugh Jackman and I am excited.
Of course it will be terrible its uncharted
the second game with the most awards after TLOU terrible ? go play hello kitty or call of money recycled warfare
"The game is already a movie." said Xbromen. Joking aside, i love uncharted's puzzles and enviroments. Can't wait for Uc4 and would totally reap up a remastered trilogy. It's so good..
Joe Flannigan (of Stargate Atlantis) would have made a good Drake had it been 2004
Need for Speed is the only decent video game movie, and that's because it had nothing to do with the games. Okay the plot was ridiculous and I could pick holes in it all day long, but it was fun to watch. Reminded me of the earlier Fast and Furious films, before they turned into action movies.
Put Mark Wahlberg in it and it will be. I like him, but he ain't no Drake.
I always wonder if I'm the only person who see's the word "satire" in the title and just ignore the article as I can already tell it's going to be rubbish as if it was good satire they wouldn't need to tell us... Then I read the comments, and thankfully I am not alone :)
Reminds me of that time back in 2010 or 2011 where they casted Mark Wahlberg to play Drake. Thank God that got scarped faster as it was announced due to fan backlash.
That's their way of saying they can't be bothered.
Satire is 'the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice, folly'. It's a very weak definition of satire when the target is honestly and deliberately criticising itself in the piece. I'm no anti-American but the American use of the word satire is an insult to the British use of the word. The piece is what I would call a 'spoof'.
Just wish for once THEY choose the RIGHT ACTOR/PRODUCER to make a PERFECT VIDEO GAME TO MOVIE. Remember Mortal Kombat from the 90s? THAT WAS HORRIBLE. So i don't think i would be watching this one.
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