Alloy is a redhead. Hollywood's directors have been persecuting and eliminating all gingers from their productions and switching them with blacks.
It's been happening for years.
Elliot page starring as Sylens?
Using Tomb Raider and Resident Evil to prove that game-to-movie/show adaptations can work?No i never spoke about those two i only talked about Tombraider and Resident and i was answering Gymwolf, who are you, and wtf are you (not is you) talking about?
I don't wanna win anything dude, do you think that the dude who posted is a netflix shareholder? do you think he cares if the show makes money? he was clearly mostly talking about quality, and both tr and re are mostly shite quality wise, all of the entries... and even their monetary success is nothing to write at home either.O you want to win the discussion? Whatever you say. the 2 i mentioned where a great succes if you like them ore not.
No. Same name, but different person. LOL. It would be kinda funny if this Blackman turned into a sci-fi/fantasy writer after wrasslin.Just to make sure that I understand this correctly, this is the person who is creating the TV series, that is such a bizarre turn of events, I remember him from my PS1 days with WWF games.
The events that lead to the plot are still full choke of action, terraforming and gigantic killer robots (bigger than the dinobot even) so they still need an high budget to not look cheap.IMO there's 3 ways this doesn't turn out to be shit:
- It's animated
- Netflix puts a GOT / LOTR tier budget on this (they won't)
- It's a prequel showing the events that lead to the state of the world as it is in the first game. Basically we get to see the parts we only hear through text and voice logs in the first game.
The events that lead to the plot are still full choke of actions and gigantic killer robots (bigger than the dinobot even) so they still need an high budget to not look cheap.
WellYou'll still need a decent budget, yeah.
But a lot of the relevant events and plot developments during that time happen in bunkers, labs, meeting rooms, etc and not on the front lines.
You could easily frame it as more of a sci fi mystery/thriller/drama with the ocasional CG shot and 1-2 big "money shots" every season. Sort of like the first couple of seasons of The Expanse.
But the actual story of the games? You'd loose most of the appeal if every episode isn't awesome post apocalyptic vistas, robos dinos and Alloy fighting them. You'll end up with something like the Halo show, a cool action franchise reduced to people standing around talking for most of the season with like 2 decent but short action scenes (and the worst subplot ever)