It doesn't exhaust me the slightest to post on a forum. Are you jogging while you post on Gaf or something?
Doesn't it exhaust you? Writing walls of text about "social justice warriors"?
Or the fact that nobody questions a lily-white, blue-eyes baldie trotting around in a Moroccan military uniform. But that's part of the game's charm.
You clearly didn't read the rest of the stuff the guy said. It was PR garbage.It's funny. There is a ton of outrage here and all because of hair.
The guy in the link stated he wrote the first two episodes and the SETUP for the show is he ends up shaving his head and finding this barcode, realizing things are much grander/ deeper than they are. He most likely only has hair for the first two episodes, if that.
Will this make the show good or anything like the games? I don't know.
But man you guys sure know how to react to nothing.
Film makers:Yeah great, now please make him black or asian transgender.
"I wrote Episode 1 and 2, and what was great is they let me come in [and] introduce a character like that to our post-modern world. And I did it very much like The Third Man meets Three Days in the Condor. You're introduced to a guy who's very much the hitman we know from the games, but he's got a full head of hair, and he's independent. He has a handler, he's got a life, he's very much that early '80s, late '70s assassin we read about in the books, right? But at a certain point, he gets a gig, and that gig unveils the reality that no choice he's ever made has been his own. And of course, the show ends with him at a mirror, finding hidden under his skin, the barcode. So suddenly it becomes a mystery of 'who am I, really?' [Jason] Bourne did that excellently. This is more of, 'what is true in regards to the people in my life? What has been manufactured, what are thoughts, etc.' It's the nature versus nurture of it all," said Kolstad.