Part of PlayStation’s strategy to take its exclusive content offering to the next level is with productions that go beyond video games, such as series or movies. One of these cases, already confirmed, is the film of Ghost of Tsushima, the hit game Sucker Punch, whose production is directed by Chad Stahelski, director of John Wick and who recently endorsed his commitment to the project to make it a good one.
The objective is that the film of Ghost of Tsushima be a good adaptation
In an interview conducted by IGN (via The Gamer) during the red carpet of The Matrix Resurrections, Chad Stahelski, director of the live-action film of Ghost of Tsushima, spoke about the expectation that there is for the project and the results, mostly negative, that movies based on video games have had. In this regard, the director pointed out that he knows very well the eventful stories of films inspired by gaming, but thinks that this is due to the fact that those in charge of the productions do not deeply review the video game franchises and their essence, something that, According to him, it will not happen in the case of Ghost of Tsushima.
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In this sense, Chad Stahelski endorsed his commitment so that the film of Ghost of Tsushima be a good production and make a difference from previous productions with negative results: “we just want to do it well. We know how video game adaptations can be done. So we are taking our time and working very closely with the game developers to make sure that we stick to what is great in his proposal. “
The live-action film of Ghost of Tsushima It is in production by Chad Stahelski, Alex Young and Jason Spitz for 87Eleven Entertainment, while on behalf of PlayStation Studios are creatives such as Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan.
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