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Beyond Good & Evil is getting made into a feature film, confirms Netflix

Netflix will seemingly license any videogame property these days

Beyond Good & Evil is getting made into a feature film, confirms Netflix

Beyond Good & Evil is getting made into a feature film, confirms Netflix

Netflix has confirmed that they are working with Ubisoft to create a feature film based on the Beyond Good and Evil franchise, giving fans of the series an "epic pirate space adventure" to look forward to. 

The Holywood Reporter has claimed that this film will be a hybrid live-action/animated feature which has Rob Letterman, who Directed Detective Pikachu, leading the production. 

Ubisoft is currently working on a new Beyond Good and Evil game, a title which is likely to be exclusive to next-generation consoles. Netflix's Beyond Good and Evil feature film could cover the events of the first game, offering gamers an opportunity to catch up on the series' story without playing the original game. 
   

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03-08-2020, 04:01:36

Peace
I haven't played the first game, but wasn't that revolving arond a photographer (that looke a little like Alyx) and a pig?Quote

03-08-2020, 04:11:40

trawetSluaP
That's the one. Loved the first. Looking forward to the Sequel, if it ever happens.

Will look forward to the movie.Quote

05-08-2020, 06:23:22

yassarikhan786
Movie adaptations of games/books are never that good, so I wouldn't be hopeful that this will be any different.

Although I did like Ready Player One and I enjoyed the book immensely.Quote

05-08-2020, 07:34:47

Warchild
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Originally Posted by yassarikhan786 View Post
Movie adaptations of games/books are never that good, so I wouldn't be hopeful that this will be any different.

Although I did like Ready Player One and I enjoyed the book immensely.
I think you need to exclude books because there is a plethora of movies you probably were not even aware adapted from books.

Jack Reacher for example I thought was outstanding.

Twilight hugely successful although cringe worthy
Harry Potter probably the most successful of all
Snowpiercer is amazing, if you haven't seen the movie yet, you should.
Almost every Steven King movie of the 80s and 90s
I would say the list is endless.

Game wise, maybe mostly bad and some weak/watchable. Need for speed was decent though. I think the fault with games to movies is that often the stories lack so much content, there is too much filling going on, or the story is too long to fit in 1 movie, so too much cutting occurs that you find the plot a mess. Pretty much like the game Anthem itself Quote

05-08-2020, 14:32:01

Greenback
Have to consider The witcher did well if they are thinking of making this and Splinter cell in to films tv series.Quote
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