A new part of the BioShock series is currently in work, so much we know. However, details about the project are still sparse, so fans probably need to be patient for a while. You may be able to expel the time with a new movie, because Netflix has now announced an adaptation of the video game.
Bioshock film adaptation could lead us back to Rapture
It’s about it: How Netflix shared on Twitter works together with Publisher Take-Two Interactive at a film adaptation of the Bioshock franchise. Much more has not been announced so far, so we do not even know if it should be an animated film or real filming.
After all, two small hints can be found in the announcement, more precisely quotes from the first part. Next to Andrew Ryans “We All Make Choices, But in The End Our Choices Make US” (to German: “We all meet decisions, but in the end forms our decisions”) also find the famous words “would be kindly” in tweet Again, which refer to one of the best twists the video game story.
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Both quotes come from the first bioshock part. At least that could be an indication that the filming will take the first game to template. But certainly we can say that, of course, if there is more information.
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The fans have high demands
The mood of the fans under the announcement tweet is largely positive. Many hope for a successful adaptation, but also fear that the film will only be another “mediocre video game adaptation”. Some fans even make casting suggestions and nominate about Guillermo del Toro as a director or Bradley Cooper as Andrew Ryan.
Thus, the project is already the second attempt to bring Bioshock to the big screen. Years ago, curse of the Caribbean director Gore Berbinski wanted to film the game, but failed at $ 200 million budget and adult age release.
What do you want from a bioshock movie? Do you think, a Netflix adaptation can be good?