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Oh what? Shame but if anything that suggests they are taking their time and investing in this. I have this feeling that THIS is the one, this is the break-through moment for tv/film adaptations based on a game. That isn't just hugely popular but well acclaimed too.

 

You can quote me later on that

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56 minutes ago, Capwn said:

Oh what? Shame but if anything that suggests they are taking their time and investing in this. I have this feeling that THIS is the one, this is the break-through moment for tv/film adaptations based on a game. That isn't just hugely popular but well acclaimed too.

 

You can quote me later on that


Well, Arcane already did that. But for live action, yeah, it will probably be the new standard. Just look at the directors they got for this. 

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HBO gave this a huge budget and got an acclaimed creator to work on it, that's about as good a foundation as you can hope for with any project.

 

Though saying all that, I had a look at Craig Mazin's CV and it ever so slightly gives you an amber warning, depends if Chernobyl was a fluke.

 

Edit - He's also co-written the Borderlands film so if he is truly gifted, he'll manage to make both a great TV and film adaption in the same year.

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