Hitman: Agent 47 was directed by Aleksander Bach and written by Michael Finch and Skip Woods. It stars Rupert Friend as Agent 47, Hannah Ware as Katia van Dees, and Zachary Quinto as John Smith—er—Brian. It’s based on the video game of half the same name, Hitman, which is a popular
Adapting movies from video games is no easy thing. It sparks fear and discord among burned Hollywood executives who’ve had to throw money in the trash for Super Mario, the Prince of Persia, and Hitman (and possibly again with Agent 47). Why would The Witcher be any different?
This is a recent post I published on Moviepilot concerning the future of The Witcher, a popular series of video games adapted from short stories and novels written by Andrzej Sapkowski. In it, I give a crash course on what The Witcher is, where it came from, and where it’s likely going.
Needless to say, I think this franchise is gearing up for a massive release across mediums. And we should all take notice.
Despite all of its bells and whistles, “Destiny” is one of the worst stories we’ve gotten in a high-profile RPG shooter. Here’s why.
The Disney movie about video games might make it to Level 2.
The possibilities with Disney Infinity are, well, infinite. But is it worth your hard-earned money?