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Entertainment Metal Gear Solid in film? The director Jordan Vogt-Roberts gives news of his project

23:15  02 july  2020
23:15  02 july  2020 Source:   purebreak.com

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Metal Gear Solid will it be the next great license of the video game world to know the joys of an adaptation to the cinema? It is not impossible. Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts recalled that he is currently working on a very important film.

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Cinematographic adaptations of video games are perhaps only very rarely satisfactory, but that does not prevent Jordan Vogt-Roberts (the director of Kong: Skull Island ) to believe in his project. At the microphone of Gamespot, the filmmaker had recently confirmed that he was still attached to the idea of ​​transposing to the cinema the universe of Metal Gear Solid, this cult franchise imagined by Hideo Kojima, "We wrote the scenario which, I find , is one of the best scenarios I have read in my life, especially thanks to the possibilities it offers us to play with these timelines, to play with these characters, these traumas of war ... "

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This week , guest on the Gary Whitta show, the director - fan of the game from the start, returned to this big project. The opportunity for him to confirm that the script was ready and to clarify that it was written with the aim of offering the public an impressive experience in the rooms, "I have been working on it for 6 years so that it is also disruptive, punk-rock and true to the Metal Gear spirit imagined by Kojima. " According to Jordan Vogt-Roberts, it is indeed out of the question for him not to stage something as ambitious as the games, "I am trying to make a film with a budget that would allow us to do things mind blowing ".

A pending project

Unfortunately, if you too start to get hyper by reading his words, Jordan Vogt-Roberts is still far from being able to make this film a reality. This will not have escaped you, we are currently going through a serious health crisis. However, the director clarified, "The Covid-19 has turned everything upside down and we are now trying to find solutions full of stuff. I have no idea when we could receive a green light [from the studio]" .

The only reason for satisfaction, the filmmaker - who has refused many other big films to focus on this one, still does not intend to abandon him, "I will fight every day for him. It is difficult to do films, especially on something where you try to be very daring. But I will fight to the end. " On the other hand, do not look, he still remains silent on the potential interpreter of Snake.

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