That Call of Duty film is moving closer to really occurring, regardless of the truth that Hollywood has still yet to produce a really great computer game adjustment. We discovered a year ago that Activision Blizzard Studios was establishing not just a Call of Duty film however a whole broadened universe based upon the extremely popular computer game franchise, and now they’ve discovered a director to kick things off. Per Variety, filmmaker Stefano Sollima remains in settlements to take the helm of the very first Call of Duty film. Sollima initially broke out helming the UK series Gomorra however most just recently helmed the upcoming follow up Sicario 2: Soldado, which no doubt led the way for his employing here.
Stacey Sher and Nick van Dyk are producing the movie, which isn’t really yet established with a studio. Kieran Fitzgerald( Snowden) penned the script and will establish the film with Sollima. Speaking in 2015, Sher described how they imagined a whole series of movies based upon popular Call of Duty computer game, permitting them to check out distinction elements of warfare:
” We have actually outlined out several years … We created this group of authors to discuss where we were going. There’ll be a movie that feels more like Black Ops, the story behind the story. The Modern Warfare series takes a look at exactly what it’s like to eliminate a war with the eyes of the world on you. Then possibly something that is more of a hybrid, where you are taking a look at personal, hidden operations, while a public operation is going on.”
The entire concept is to make a Marvel-esque film here, however without real characters that individuals understand or can concern like based upon IP, that might be an uphill struggle. Regardless, this thing sounds like it’s absolutely occurring, and the next stop after employing Sollima is setting this thing up at a studio– or possibly Activision Blizzard Studios desires to begin casting. In any case, prepare yourself for the Call of Duty Cinematic Universe, folks.Related youtube video: (not from post)