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Metal Gear Solid Movie in the Works

by Conner Flynn

Fans of the Metal Gear Solid franchise of games who have been wanting to see Solid Snake on the big screen are apparently getting their wish. MGS is finally becoming a movie. There has been talk about the possibility for a while now – and it is now confirmed.

mgsThe film will be produced by Avi Arad, the producer behind many of the latest Marvel blockbusters (and a few flops too.) It’s too early for any plot details or casting news, but if they do it properly it could be a really good movie. Apparently, the film will be released by Columbia Pictures, which conveniently is owned by Sony.

It will be interesting to see how they will handle the plot for this movie, because they will want to at least make a trilogy I’m sure. The first movie’s plot will need to be perfect enough to ensure additional installments.

[via Kotaku]

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Comments (2):

  1. Justin says:

    First of all, David Hayter of all people wrote a script for this in like 2009. He had meetings with Kojima and the Arad bro. If they choose NOT to use his script or NOT something written by Kojima himself…that will be the stupidist decision and this movie is already a flop. There are not many people that are more qualified to write this movie, especially Hayter. He has 3 blockbuster movies under his belt already that are adaptations. It needs to be done.

  2. Gus says:

    Oh boy , oh boy, oh boyardee!!!

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