PlayStation Classic is reportedly getting a movie adaptation
PlayStation has evolved into a much more versatile platform than just video games.
We’ve seen some terrible to video-game adaptations over the years. One of the many entries in the Hall of Shame is Alone in the Dark. House of the Dead and Silent Hill Revelation (2012, to name a few).
And Resident Evil I haven’t let you go either. There is also a Resident Evil fan film called The Keeper’s Journal: A Biohazard Tale, starring Charlie Kraslavsky, the original Chris Redfield. Let’s return to the original topic.
In recent years, video game movies, especially those with a large budget, have improved. Examples include Silent Hill (2006), Detective Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog. HBO’s the Last of Us television series is also worth mentioning.
Sony is looking to capitalize on the Unchartedmovie in 2022, starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg. Sony’s production company PlayStation Productions wants more from this adaptation movie pie. Sony’s rich catalogue of IPs could be turned into fantastic movies.
MediEvil, a classic series which began on PlayStation and was remade on PS4 for 2019. Why do we think that there could be a MediEvil film in the works? We don’t officially know. A fan noticed that a set of legs on a PlayStation Productions video looked like the unseen hero in the series, Sir Daniel Fortesque.
The legs that Sir Daniel Fortesque appears to have in the video are not necessarily real. As the tweet gained popularity, it was retweeted later by Ben Mekler, and Chris Amick. This could mean the two actors will be in the movie. Time will tell. In the event that we do get a MediEvil film, I agree completely with Radec on Twitter who first spread the word about an animated version being a great choice.
Sony could announce this news officially in the next few months. A PlayStation Showcase would be a great place to host such an exciting reveal.