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Rockstar Games' Dan Houser Explains Why There's No Grand Theft Auto Movie

In this exclusive interview, Houser also discusses the convergence of Hollywood and video games, and why we haven’t seen a "Grand Theft Auto" movie yet. The 2011 Tribeca Film Festival has broken with tradition and included the first video game to be honored as an Official Selection. Game publisher Rockstar Games’ L.A. Noire, which was developed by Team Bondi, allows players to enter the violent world of 1947 Los Angeles as an LAPD detective fighting against the criminal underbelly that ruled the streets during Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Rockstar Games will also present an exclusive preview of L.A. Noire as part of the Tribeca Talks series, taking place on April 25. The presentation will feature a live interactive screening of a case from L.A. Noire, followed by a Q&A exploring the crossover between filmmaking and interactive entertainment. Geoff Gilmore, Tribeca Enterprises’ Chief Creative Officer, will moderate the session, which will focus on the making of the game and the techno...

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T3MPL3TON 1906d ago

Seems fair, he figures if anyone is gonna mess up a GTA movie it'd be them. Not some flash in the pan director who thinks he knows anything about the series because he played one of the games for 10 minutes.

enkeixpress1906d ago (Edited 1906d ago )

I ❤ Rockstar Games

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Just gotta' leave this here.. :)

Nac1905d ago

Very nice Dan Houser, don't go to cinema crowds to get new fans, make the cinema crowd come to you.