Jordan Vogt-Roberts: New Draft Script Turned In for Metal Gear Solid Film

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins

Filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts stated on Twitter on Wednesday that his staff have turned in a new draft for Sony Pictures' live-action film adaptation of the Metal Gear Solid video game series. Vogt-Roberts said the draft is "full [Hideo] Kojima-quirk and full Military surrealism." He added he is hoping to meet with a specific actor "very soon."

Entertainment news website Variety reported in November 2017 that writer Derek Connolly (Jurassic World, Kong: Skull Island, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Pokémon Detective Pikachu) was slated to write the "latest draft" of the film. Entertainment website Deadline had reported in March 2015 that Jay Basu (The Dinosaur Project, Fast Girls) had closed a deal with Sony Pictures to write the film.

Series creator Hideo Kojima originally announced plans for a Metal Gear Solid film adaptation in 2006, and it was planned at the time for a 2011 release. Production president Michael De Luca announced in 2010 that planning for the film had been postponed indefinitely.

In August 2012, Kojima announced that Arad Productions, owned by Avi Arad and Ari Arad, is producing the movie. Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings Of Summer, Kong: Skull Island) is attached to direct.

Source: Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Twitter account via The River, Hachima Kikō

bookmark/share with: short url

Daily Briefs homepage / archives