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    Ultimate Games-to-Film
    Is Oblivion coming to Hollywood? Will Halo ever make it to the big screen?

    Movie studios have been mining the videogame industry for creative ideas since the early 1990s. Given nearly 20 years to crack the formula, you'd think that Hollywood would have a better track record. Sadly, many game-to-film adaptations haven't lived up to expectations - Super Mario Bros., Street Fighter, and Wing Commander are some of the worst offenders. But there is a bright side... We've seen more than a few successes - Mortal Kombat, and the Resident Evil and Tomb Raider movies all worked fairly well.

    The film biz still has plenty of chances to get it right, as there are now more than 50 videogame adaptations in various stages of development. Because we're all about bringin' you the info, we've compiled this helpful guide to all of the flicks based on games that Hollywood is toying with, from familiar names like Castlevania to more recently announced projects like Call of Duty. Here you'll find alphabetized entries for each movie, the project's status, and an update on each film - some with new and exclusive tidbits!

    UPDATE: Word from Microsoft's Frank O'Connor on the status of the Halo movie, and Oblivion is coming to the big screen.
    Short List

    01. American McGee's Alice
    Status: In Development

    02. American McGee's Oz
    Status: Unknown

    03. Area 51
    Status: Unknown

    04. Army of Two
    Status: In Development

    05. Asteroids
    Status: In pre-production

    06. BioShock
    Status: In Development


    07. Call of Duty
    Status: Trademarked


    08. Castlevania
    Status: In Development

    09. Citizen Siege (Oddworld Movie)
    Status: In Development

    10. Clock Tower
    Status: In Development

    11. Crazy Taxi
    Status: Dormant

    12. Dark Void
    Status: Optioned

    13. Darksiders
    Status: Soon to be optioned

    14. Darkwatch: Curse of the West
    Status: Unknown

    15. Dead Space
    Status: In Development


    16. Death Jr.
    Status: Optioned

    17. Deus Ex
    Status: Dormant


    18. Devil May Cry
    Status: Optioned


    19. Doom 2
    Status: Unknown

    20. Driver
    Status: In Development


    21. Duke Nukem
    Status: Dormant

    22. The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion
    Status: Trademarked


    23. Eternal Darkness
    Status: Unknown

    24. Fallout
    Status: Possibly In Development


    25. Fatal Frame
    Status: Dormant

    26. Fear Effect
    Status: Unknown

    27. Gears of War
    Status: In Development


    28. The Getaway
    Status: Unknown

    29. God of War
    Status: In Development


    30. Grand Theft Auto
    Status: Unknown


    31. Half-Life
    Status: Dormant


    32. Halo
    Status: In Development


    33. Heavy Rain
    Status: Optioned


    34. Hitman 2
    Status: In Development


    35. Hunter: The Reckoning
    Status: Unknown

    36. inFamous
    Status: In Development


    37. Kane & Lynch
    Status: Pre-production


    38. Lost Planet
    Status: In Development


    39. Mass Effect
    Status: Early Development


    40. Mechwarrior
    Status: In Development

    41. Metal Gear Solid
    Status: On Hold.


    42. Metroid
    Status: Dormant

    43. Mortal Kombat
    Status: Under legal dispute

    44. Nightmare Creatures
    Status: Unknown

    45. Onimusha
    Status: Optioned

    46. Pac-Man
    Status: Optioned

    47. Psi-Ops
    Status: Dormant

    48. Rainbow Six
    Status: Dormant


    49. Red Dead Redemption
    Status: In Development


    50. Return to Castle Wolfenstein
    Status: Unknown


    51. Shadow of the Colossus
    Status: In Development

    52. Shattered Union
    Status: In Development

    53. Silent Hill 2
    Status: In Development

    54. Soul Calibur
    Status: Dormant

    55. Splinter Cell
    Status: Dormant


    56. Spy Hunter
    Status: Unknown

    57. StarCraft
    Status: Not in production


    58. The Suffering
    Status: Stalled/DOA

    59. Tekken
    Status: Seeking distributor

    60. Tomb Raider III
    Status: Rumored


    61. Uncharted
    Status: In Development


    62. Warcraft
    Status: In Development




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    06. BioShock
    Status: In Development

    With its heady undertones of Objectivism, BioShock may be the closest Hollywood ever gets to turning out a film version of Atlas Shrugged. But with genetically modified goons and lumbering monsters in diving suits livening things up, viewers won't have to worry about falling asleep during the characters' long sermons.

    Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy) has been attached to the BioShock movie since shortly after the first game's release in 2007. Verbinski even went so far as to drop out of the upcoming fourth Pirates film to concentrate on BioShock. However, his commitment to Rango with Johnny Depp has forced Verbinski to fall back into a producer role. 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo was set to replace Verbinski, until Fresnadillo left the production to direct a horror movie titled Intruders and starring Clive Owen.

    But it looks like Juan Carlos is back in the director's chair. We recently chatted with Verbinski about the project, and he revealed that Fresnadillo is still attached to direct. At the moment, it looks as if Verbinski, Fresnadillo, and Universal are trying to determine how to keep the underwater horror film under a reasonable budget that strikes a hard R-rating. Luckily, Verbinski also noted that the udnerwhelming box office performance of Prince of Persia won't impact BioShock's future.

    Rapture's cinematic future isn't without hope.
    07. Call of Duty
    Status: Trademarked

    Call of Duty is one of the most recent names to be thrown into the Hollywood hat, but already the notion of a big-screen version of these games has fans salivating. Last month, Activision filed a trademark for a Call of Duty movie. Robert Bowling of Infinity Ward hinted on Twitter that talks have already begun with Hollywood studios.

    Kevin McKidd, the voice actor for Captain Soap MacTavish in Modern Warfare 2, recently spoke about the film. After remarking how Soap was modeled after Gerard Butler, McKidd discussed the possibility of reprising his role on screen, saying, "If the script is good, and Gerard isn't available [laughs], then absolutely!"

    Nothing else is known at this stage. It's believed that a Call of Duty film would more likely focus on the Modern Warfare games rather than those set during WWII, but we won't know for sure until further announcements are made.
    15. Dead Space
    Status: In Development

    Survival horror gem Dead Space is quickly expanding to become a true franchise. New games have already been released, as well as comic book and anime tie-ins. But now it appears a Dead Space movie may help expand the franchise even further.

    D.J. Caruso (Disturbia) is currently attached as director for the Dead Space movie. Caruso had previously been attached to the film version of the comic series Y: the Last Man, but recent word suggests he's no longer involved. Assuming Caruso does move forward with Dead Space, the burning question is whether his frequent star Shia LaBeouf will join him and play the reluctant construction worker-turned monster slayer Isaac Clarke.

    Caruso recently spoke about the project, saying that the movie is currently envisioned as a prequel to the game. He also noted that the movie has no writer currently attached. The sequel to the original game might be hitting in early 2011, but fans probably shouldn't expect the movie before 2012 at least.
    17. Deus Ex
    Status: Dormant

    It's been a long time since we've picked up any blips about Deus Ex on our radar. There hasn't been a new game in the series in a while, and the last time we heard anything about a movie version was 2003. At last report, Deus Ex was being produced by Laura Ziskin for Columbia Pictures. Greg Pruss had penned a script that painted the character of J.C. Denton in a somewhat darker light. He told IGN that he would be "a little bit filthier than he was in the game." Eidos' vice president of marketing, Paul Baldwin, was quoted as saying, "We are excited to continue our success of extending our original IP to film. Tomb Raider was highly successful, as will be Deus Ex..." The story would follow the Denton character, an agent of the United Nations Anti-Terrorist Coalition, facing a world of terrorism, treason and techno-conspiracy. Might it still happen? Sure, but at present, all signs point to no.
    18. Devil May Cry
    Status: Optioned

    Tokyo-based film distributor Gaga Communications has signed a deal with Capcom to adapt Devil May Cry into a live-action feature film with a budget of around $40 million. The film's story could center on the game's central character, Dante, a maverick bounty hunter who takes on jobs involving devils and other dark creatures. When the movie deal was originally announced, Devil May Cry was slated for a 2005 production start... obviously, that's come and gone and there's been no further activity. Not a good sign, but you never know. The videogame franchise seems to be going strong, with Devil May Cry 4 having hit consoles last year. We'll be watching to see what happens.
    20. Driver
    Status: In Development

    Rogue Pictures has acquired the movie rights to Driver, Oscar-winning writer-director Roger Avary's big-screen adaptation of the Atari videogame. Rogue picked up Driver from Constantin Film and Impact Pictures, the forces behind the Resident Evil movies. Avary, who wrote Silent Hill, is penning the script and may direct. Previous iterations of the screenplay were written by James DeMonaco, Todd Harthan and James Roday. Driver centers on a getaway driver for hire, the best in the heist biz, who is put to the test on a job.
    22. The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion
    Status: Trademarked

    Epic fantasy remains popular in Hollywood, and with MGM's adaptation of The Hobbit facing continual woes, othe fantasy franchises have the opportunity to step in and offer more swords and sorcery. Bethesda looks to be exploring its options as far as the Elder Scrolls franchise goes. Parent company Zenimax Media recently filed a motion picture trademark for Oblivion.

    Fans of the games will remember Oblivion was the fourth and most recent Elder Scrolls title. The story dealt with a fanatical cult bent on opening gateways between the land of Tamriel and the hellish plane of Oblivion.

    With the trademarked just filed, clearly an Oblivion movie is still several years off at the very least. But there's no telling how quickly this project might move forward when and if the option rights are purchased.
    24. Fallout
    Status: Possibly In Development

    The Fallout franchise was always a cult favorite among PC gamers, but Fallout became a household name last year when Fallout 3 landed on both the PC and major consoles. The series features the ever-popular post-apocalyptic setting that could easily be translated to film. And now it appears that developer Bethesda hopes to do just that. Last April, Bethesda filed a patent that covers the brand for both television and film.

    That's a long way from actual development, but it is a hopeful sign for fans. We just hope studios will bite, and that the ongoing legal trouble between Bethesda and Interplay won't put a damper on a Fallout movie.
    27. Gears of War
    Status: In Development

    The project was this close to shooting, with a $150 million budget and Len "Underworld" Wiseman as director. But, according to producer Wyck Godfrey, that Gears ain't happening.

    "We got really close to making it...," Godfrey said in a recent interview, [but] the studio decided they wanted to do the more contained kind of Cloverfield version of the film." We like where you're going there, Wyck - please continue: "So we've kind of gone back to the drawing board and we're about to hire a writer and do something that's much more experiential and less of the big, bloated videogame movie, which we're actually creatively excited about."

    We're excited, too (*bowtie spins and shoots sparks*). So Wiseman is out, but we'll let ya know who is in when we, er, know...

    Shooters seem to have a better track record than most gaming genres when it comes to making it to Hollywood but it looks like the monster known as Development Hell has put Gears of War on a distant back burner.

    According to a recent article in The Los Angeles Times, after months of on-again, off-again rumors about the game-to-film, the film's prospects have never looked worse. The paper claims New Line Cinema "has now cut the budget, going from a film that would have cost more than $100 million to one that will cost a good chunk less than that. It's also reined in the story, turning it into a more simple, straight-ahead invasion story instead of a sprawling epic. Producers are looking for a new writer to handle all this, but haven't found one yet."

    Chris Morgan (Wanted) and Billy Ray (Breach) penned the previous drafts.

    Adding to the film's dimming prospects, director Len Wiseman is said to have parted ways with the project, focusing on a thriller entitled Nocturne instead. And with Wiseman's departure, there goes the possibility of his wife Kate Beckinsale starring in the movie. Wiseman revealed at last summer's Epic Games' Gears of War panel that he wanted to cast her as Maria, the doomed wife of second-in-command Dominic Santiago.

    It's a sad day for both movie and videogame fans, when a great action premise like Gears' has to get a complete teardown in the development process.
    29. God of War
    Status: In Development

    Given that the God of War franchise is already like a big-budget action series, it's no surprise that a film adaptation is gathering momentum. Last year, Brett Ratner (X-Men: The Last Stand, Rush Hour) confirmed he's involved with the project and is waiting for a script to be green-lit by Universal before moving forward.

    And recent word suggests that a potential script may already exist. David Self (Road to Perdition) has written a draft that follows the events of the first God of War very closely. However, as we reported back in July, there may be a few key changes to the plot that could upset fans of lead hero Kratos. We'll see if these changes survive into the final script and if Ratner himself remains attached as Universal moves forward with the movie.
    30. Grand Theft Auto
    Status: Unknown

    Grand Theft Auto is a franchise we would have assumed studios would be leaping at the chance to adapt to film. The games have become increasingly cinematic over the years and already feature a number of popular Hollywood actors in voice roles. However, despite vague rumblings over the years, there are currently no plans to produce a GTA film. Perhaps the graphic content of the games and the movie's guaranteed R-rating are a turnoff to many studios.

    For now, all we can do is direct you to our own pitch for bringing GTA to Hollywood.
    31. Half-Life
    Status: Dormant

    Developers Valve Software have shopped the movie rights to Half-Life around Hollywood, but we're not aware of any serious bites. The acclaimed shooter, first released for the PC in the late '90s, follows a scientist named Gordan Freeman who works in an underground military research facility. When a dangerous experiment goes terrifyingly wrong, a dimensional rift is opened and ghoulish monsters are released into the Earthly realm. Freeman must fight his way back to the surface, destroying the deadly creatures and going up against a military clean-up crew that is unconcerned with his rescue. The story has continued in a number of sequels.

    Valve head honcho Gabe Newell recently updated fans on the status of the film. It seems it's less a matter of studios not being interested and more Valve simply wanting to be able to devote the time and energy towards adapting Half-Life properly.

    Newell indicated past studio pitches have been less than inspiring, convincing Valve that any potential Half-Life movie will need to remain under their direct control. With Half-Life: Episode 3 remaining a top priority for the company, we don't anticipate Valve having the resources to spare for a while.
    32. Halo
    Status: In Development

    For years, a Halo movie has come tantalizingly close to production before dropping out of the limelight. Despite the franchise's immense popularity and rumored involvement of both Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg, the film can't seem to find solid footing.

    Director Neil Blomkamp (District 9) actually filmed a short, live-action Halo movie in conjunction with the release of Halo 3. His name has frequently been attached to the feature film along with Jackson as producer. However, he recently indicated that his involvement may be over. Another recent rumor suggesting Spielberg might himself direct a Halo movie was shot down by Microsoft, who said they're choosing to concentrate on Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach for the time being.

    Recently, the word from Microsoft has been pretty much what it's always been: We want to make the movie, when the time is right. In April of 2010, Frank O'Connor, the Master Chief of the Halo world, addressed the issue at the MI6 Conference in San Francisco, during a session called "Extending Your Game Beyond the Package."

    "We're going to make a movie when the time is right," O'Connor said. "We own the IP. If we want to make a movie, the scale of all the other stuff that we do changes dramatically. We make tens and tens of millions of dollars on ancillary stuff, toys, apparel, music and publishing. If we do a movie all of that will grow exponentially. We have some numbers if we do a movie, but it changes everything. It also changes our target and age demographic."

    Reiterating that stance, Microsoft's Halo guru Frank O'Connor recently said: "We're still interested in making an excellent Halo movie. We've created an awful lot of documentation and materials to support a feature film. We have a good idea of what kind of story we want to tell, but won't move on it until there's a great reason to do it. We're in no particular hurry." O'Connor even hinted Halo might reach the small screen before the theatrical film ever sees the light of day.

    The film has seen several script treatments so far, but it remains to be seen if any of the previous producers and screenwriters attached to the project will remain on the inevitable day a Halo movie does go forward.
    33. Heavy Rain
    Status: Optioned

    You gotta love Hollywood making a movie out of a game that's basically an interactive movie.

    Former New Line big guns Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne are zeroing in on the option for the PS3 title Heavy Rain. The project, should it get the greenlight, will be produced under Shaye and Lynne's Unique Features company.

    As the good people of IGN already know, HR is the closest gamers have to playing in a world that would make David Fincher's rain-slicked, murder-fueled Se7en blush. The game puts you on a very gloomy, very tense hunt for the "Origami Killer", a John Doe in training who drowns his victims for four days after abducting them. On their corpse, the killer leaves only a small origami figure and an orchid behind.

    The game's success is that, for the first time, the world of a movie like Se7en managed to come alive on the console front. But the deed's already been done on the big screen, several times since Fincher pioneered it, so it remains to be seen how the filmmakers plan to make Heavy Rain the movie distinguishable from all the other shadowy serial killer movies out there.
    34. Hitman 2
    Status: In Development

    Though not terribly well-received either critically or commercially, 20th Century Fox is steering ahead with a sequel to Hitman. We recently learned that the studio has brought in Spanish director Daniel Benmayor (Paintball) to helm his first American project. A script has already been penned by writer Kyle Ward (Kane & Lynch). Last year Variety reported that Hitman 2 would be based on the events of the upcoming videogame Hitman 5, but it's not clear if this is still the case.

    The big question at the moment is who will don Agent 47 signature black suit. Fox retains the option to have Timothy Olyphant reprise his role, but it's not clear if Olyphant's commitment to the TV series Justified will allow him to reprise his role. If Olyphant doesn't choose to return, the hunt for a new bald-headed master assassin will be on.
    36. inFamous
    Status: In Development

    Not long after inFamous hit the PS3 last summer, Sony Pictures announced their intention to bring the series to Hollywood. The game is like a big, loud comic book in many ways, with a humble hero given great powers and offered the choice to use them responsibly or for his own personal gain.

    Given these comic book-esque roots, it's fitting that former Marvel Studios head Avi Arad and his son Ari is producing the inFamous movie. Currently penning the script is Sheldon Turner (The Longest Yard). The Arads are also helming the adaptation of another major PS3 franchise, Uncharted, so it remains to be seen which project will make it to theaters first.
    37. Kane & Lynch
    Status: Pre-production

    Director Simon Crane is out, but Wayne Kramer might be in.

    Aside from that, the Kane & Lynch movie seems to be moving right along. Check out the teaser poster right here.

    Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx is cast as the unhinged James Lynch, opposite Bruce Willis' Kane. The news originated from screenwriter Kyle Ward's Twitter, which was soon picked up by Deadline New York, although it looks like Ward has since deleted the posting. Whether or not the Foxx is out, director Simon Crane is still in, with filming scheduled to begin August 2010.

    And rumors that the original Kyle Reese, Michael Biehn, will have a role in the movie are just not true - for now.

    So what's it all about, Kane & Lynch? Here be the official synopsis: Kane is a mercenary. Lynch is a schizophrenic with no past. They meet while being transported to Death Row. When they are attacked and kidnapped by Kane's former team, the ill-matched duo is forced to retrieve a stolen microchip that may hold the key to Lynch's true identity.

    Assuming nothing goes wrong, we could be watching a Kane & Lynch movie in late 2010 or early 2011.
    38. Lost Planet
    Status: In Development

    Capcom's Lost Planet franchise looks to have a bright future ahead of it. The second game, despite being delayed past its April ship date, should be hitting at some point in 2010. Meanwhile, a film adaptation is also moving forward. Lost Planet will likely follow the original game's premise of a human colony battling a hostile alien species on a frozen wasteland of a planet.

    The film is being produced by Avi Arad (Spider-Man) and Steven Paul (Ghost Rider), with Warner Brothers distributing. David Hayter (X-Men) is penning the script. The most recent bit of news surrounding the project is a good one: A Capcom representative stated that the budget for Lost Planet will number between $150 and $200 million, which should ensure the film adaptation captures all of the spectacle of the game.

    Will Lost Planet make good on its promise to "add substance to that world and expand it"? It's hard to say, but it looks as if the project is quickly moving ahead and may still meet its project 2011 release.
    39. Mass Effect
    Status: Early Development

    Commander Shepard gets a boost from the producers behind The Dark Knight and Spider-Man. That's good news, people.

    Legendary Pictures has acquired the rights to BioWare's Mass Effect, and will produce the film along with former Marvel Studios honcho Avi Arad and his son Ari Arad. BioWare co-founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk will serve as executive producers, as will Mass Effect executive producer Casey Hudson. Warner Bros. will distribute the film.

    Furthermore, the producers are in negotiations with screenwriter Mark Protosevich (The unproduced and way-better version of I Am Legend, Thor) about penning the script. The Mass Effect movie is in the nascent stages of development, but it will happen. And hopefully, when it does, it will not suck.

    For those just joining us, BioWare's epic science fiction series takes place in the year 2183 and follows Commander Shepard of the SS Normandy, who leads a team on a mission to defeat an ancient alien race that invades the galaxy every 50,000 years, wiping out all organic life.
    41. Metal Gear Solid
    Status: On Hold.

    Sigh. Producer Michael De Luca recently told Collider.com that Solid Snake's first big-screen adventure is indefinitely delayed.

    "I don't think it's going to move forward because I got the sense that there may not be enough of a coordinated will at this point on the side of certain parties to see a movie get made," De Luca said. He further explained that Konami is concerned about the possibility of a bad movie adaptation hurting the image of the game series.

    Sony Pictures still holds the rights to Metal Gear Solid, which has been one of the most lucrative franchises for Sony's games division. Recent reports all seem to suggest that the official title of the project is Metal Gear Solid, not simply Metal Gear, suggesting the film will focus on the more modern exploits of super-spy Solid Snake.

    Last year, it was reported that Kurt Wimmer (Equilibrium, Ultraviolet) was slated to helm the now defunct movie. Ironically, Snake's voice actor, David Hayter, is also an accomplished screenwriter, having penned the first two X-Men movies and The Scorpion King. Hayter actually drafted a treatment for a potential film last year, though last we word series creator Hideo Kojima shot it down. Resident Evil's Paul W.S. Anderson recently told IGN that he's lobbying Sony to direct it.

    Given the continued strength of the franchise and Kojima's personal involvement in development of the film, we imagine the project will eventually move into production. For right now, however, fans will have to wait.
    48. Rainbow Six
    Status: Dormant

    Tom Clancy's gaming franchises don't seem to have much luck in Hollywood. Rainbow Six joins Splinter Cell as a film that hasn't seen any significant news or buzz in years. The games feature a small counter-terrorist unit led by CIA agent John Clark. Zack Snyder was slated to write and direct Rainbow Six back in 2005, but has since moved on to helm 300 and Watchmen instead. No word has surfaced since 2006, when Paramount put the film in turnaround, so we have no reason to believe a Rainbow Six movie will become a reality anytime soon.
    49. Red Dead Redemption
    Status: In Development

    Rockstar Games' free-roaming Wild West adventure has proven to be one of the biggest gaming hits of 2010. If Pac-Man can be in development at Hollywood, why not John Marston too?

    Rockstar itself is in charge of production for this adaptation. So far we have no word on a potential script or director, but at least one A-List Hollywood name is being thrown around to play Marston. An inside source told ShowBizSpy.com that Brad Pitt is being given first refusal for the role. We'll see if this rumor pans out, but Pitt certainly has experience in the area thanks to his role in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Given the success of the game, we don't imagine it'll be too long before more news begins to leak out.
    50. Return to Castle Wolfenstein
    Status: Unknown

    Columbia Pictures has the movie rights to Return to Castle Wolfenstein. The film, if it happens, will follow a highly decorated Army Ranger who is recruited into the Office of Secret Actions and tasked with escaping and then returning to Castle Wolfenstein in an attempt to thwart occult and genetic experiments being conducted there by Nazis. At last report, Rich Wilkes (xXx), was drafting the screenplay for the game-to-film adaptation. That was years ago, however, and we're no longer sure if Return to Castle Wolfenstein is still in development. The most recent sequel failed to make a splash with gamers, so we're not getting our hopes up.
    55. Splinter Cell
    Status: Dormant

    The Splinter Cell movie is perhaps doing too good a job of imitating its lead hero, Sam Fisher. Like the stealthy secret agent, no one has heard buzz on a Splinter Cell movie for several years now. The last report we heard in 2005 came from the website Latino Review, which posted a review of a then-current Splinter Cell script by writer Stuart Beattie. The script saw Fisher travel the globe and dealt heavily with the relationship between Fisher and his daughter. At the time, it appeared that Daniel Pyne was also being brought in to rewrite the script, though nothing came from that announcement.

    No news is probably bad news in this case. The game franchise has lost some of its luster since thanks to the lackluster Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Luckily, Splinter Cell: Conviction has managed to redeem the frnachise in the eyes of gamers and critics alike. Hopefully that's a good sign as far as the movie adaptation goes.
    57. StarCraft
    Status: Not in production

    When it comes to Blizzard's mega-popular PC franchises, World of Warcraft has received most of the attention in Hollywood so far. But with StarCraft 2 proving Blizzard's sci-fi RTS franchise still holds plenty of appeal, it seems talk of a StarCraft movie is brewing.

    There isn't much to go on right now. No studio holds the rights to StarCraft, and no actors or directors are attached yet. What is heartening is that Blizzard seems perfectly willing to wait for the right opportunity rather than rush a StarCraft film into production. Rob Pardo, Blizzard's EVP of Game Design, recently spoke on the topic. He said, "We probably could have made a [StarCraft] movie or something on TV years and years ago, but it's really important to us that we find creative people that are really talented but also really excited about our properties." Pardo contineud, ""That's always been the challenge for us. I think if Jim Cameron came to us tomorrow and said, 'You want to make a StarCraft movie?' we'd probably sign that."

    So don't go scouring the Internet for StarCraft movie news just yet, but don't write off the possibility either.
    60. Tomb Raider III
    Status: Rumored

    Might Lara Croft return to the big screen? A third installment in the Tomb Raider franchise is rumored, and Angelina Jolie may even return as the film's busty heroine. When we last published this article, Ian Livingstone, head of game developer Eidos said, "There's a possibility -- we've been talking to Paramount, who've agreed to assign a scriptwriter. That's nowhere near the green-light process but it's a very healthy start to have a scriptwriter which they're going to pay serious amounts of money to write the first script." Since then, the only real news surrounding the project is that Megan Fox shot down rumors she might play Ms. Croft. But that doesn't mean the movie won't still see the light of day at some point.
    61. Uncharted
    Status: In Development

    Uncharted seems like an obvious candidate for film treatment. The games play out like modern versions of the Indiana Jones films with a greater emphasis on action and 100% less Shia LaBeouf and vine-swinging army monkeys. Sony Pictures is clearly enticed by the successful launch of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves on the PS3, as they appear to be steering ahead with the film adaptation.

    So what is its status? At one point Sony was attempting to have Uncharted ready to land in theaters by 2011. The studio was in negotiations with director David O. Russell (Three Kings) to tackle a script penned by Thomas Dean Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer, who also wrote the upcoming Conan the Barbarian reboot. Recently, however, we learned that negotiations with Russell have broken down and Sony is back on the hunt for another director. The studio confirmed Uncharted is no longer in the pipeline for 2011.

    Sony also noted that finding a high profile actor to portray Nathan Drake may help get the film back on the fast track. Assuming not too much momentum is lost during the search, Uncharted may still be a likelihood for summer 2012.
    62. Warcraft
    Status: In Development

    Fantasy movies are still in vogue thanks to Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. Given the crushing dominance the Warcraft franchise exerts over the PC gaming market, it's no wonder Legendary Pictures is keen on bringing Warcraft to the big screen. The project is often referred to as World of Warcraft, suggesting the movie will be taking many cues from the online game.

    But the fan-favorite and front runner to direct the movie, Sam Raimi, appears to be out of the gig, as he has decided to do a Wizard of Oz prequel (*mouthfarts*). But wait, blog Vulture reports that it's unclear as to whether or not Raimi is 100% signed on the dotted line for this Oz thing, so our dream Warcraft may still happen.

    Screenwriter Robert Rodat (Saving Private Ryan) is behind the script, last time we checked. Raimi has indicated the movie's script features an original story that may or may not involve any of the central characters from the games.

    Given the crushing dominance the Warcraft franchise exerts over the PC gaming market, it's no wonder Legendary Pictures is keen on bringing Warcraft to the big screen.

    Just oi gulori detail dilam, jei gulo niye max BG member interested.
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    OMG!! :blink: Excellent post man... but, can't give u rep. will surely give u tomorrow.

    anyway, JC2/AC/COD6 etc. er movie ashe na keno ?

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    30. Grand Theft Auto
    Status: Unknown

    Grand Theft Auto is a franchise we would have assumed studios would be leaping at the chance to adapt to film. The games have become increasingly cinematic over the years and already feature a number of popular Hollywood actors in voice roles. However, despite vague rumblings over the years, there are currently no plans to produce a GTA film. Perhaps the graphic content of the games and the movie's guaranteed R-rating are a turnoff to many studios.

    For now, all we can do is direct you to our own pitch for bringing GTA to Hollywood.

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    @Badhon great post man..i am waiting for Mass Effect and Warcraft movie..

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    GTA 4 ar story diye movie banaile joss hobe..

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    this is like a dream come true
    awesome post dude
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    Great job Badhon ................By d way he has given me dis great news in d morning before opening dis thread............

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    good post bro...repu add.
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    OMG!! 10 ta rep. pai geso ei damn post er jonno ? xD

    Btw... castlevania, dark void, darksiders, kane & lynch, metroid, silent hill, uc2 etc. er movie niye keu interested na ? :S

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    bg te prothom REP dilam ekjonre :blush:


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    bg te prothom REP dilam ekjonre :blush:
    There may be 2 reason for dis -

    1.U are lazy 2 hit d rep button or
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    lazy tai thik


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    Mass Effect movie tar jonno ami eagerly wait kortesi beshi ..


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    OMDG!! eita most helpful answer er list e no. #1 e ase... :blink:

    Btw, post tao shei rokom hoise, never mind... was just kiddin'

    Btw, fighting game gulo theke kora movie gulor modhdhe shudhu matro Mortal Kombat tai bhalo lagse... tao temon bhalo na... :S
    Street Fighter bhalo na... upcoming Soul Calibur o bhalo hobe na, mutamuti sure... :/

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    Great post. Thanks. Repu.

    But eita ki korla tumi dekho to?
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    nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion View Post
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    But eita ki korla tumi dekho to?

    Tomb Raider ke eto niche namaila? 1 number e eita deya jaito na?
    Ami Tomb Raider ke niche ei jonno e namaisii je, eita ekhono confirmed hoi nai, infact just rumor hoise...

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    What is 'D' stands for? And where is the most helpful answer list?
    'D' stands for 'Damn'. OMDG = Oh My Damn God.

    And, most helpful answer er list er link dilam: LINK

    Haire... :/ Amar jodi kono post eto rep. paito...

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    Ar 2/3 number er ta je unknown. Oitar jay gay Tomb Raider to dite parta.
    Shurjo jemon 5years poreu purbo dike uthbe eita jemon sure thik temni etao sure je Tomb Raider 3 ekdin ashbe. 2011 e hok ar 2016 e hok Tomb Raider 3 ashbe. Its not about rumor, its just a matter of time.

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