Disney cancels a large number of movies related to video games

MOVIE NEWS – The sequel to Assassin’s Creed or Hitman‘s, and also adaptations of Mega Man or The Sims.

In the last hours, Disney has been news and is that with its control over Fox now has in its portfolio a host of feature films of this film label. In fact, specifically, they have a whopping 246 movies filming, preproduction or postproduction, and the new directive has made drastic decisions about some of them. Including, for example, the cancellation of the new film about the Assassin’s Creed saga, among many others.

For example, this means the cancellation of the sequel to the failed feature film starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. A film released in 2016 that neither had great support from the public nor, of course, nor from critics and that now, apparently, was going to have a sequel starring Cal Lynch’s character and that was going to be written by screenwriter Corey May.

Likewise, the list made public by Variety reveals that neither will we see Hitman 2, a continuation of the also barely welcomed feature film starring Timothy Olyphant, nor the unlikely adaptations to the video game cinema as seemingly unsuitable for the big screen like those of the series The Sims or the Mega Man franchise.

They also fall off the charts and disappear films such as Flash Gordon, a remake of the cult film of the 80s, or an adaptation of Jason and the Argonauts, among many other projects that are given folder.

Recently we talked to you about other film and videogame projects, such as confirmation that the Space Invaders movie is still going on.

Source: Comicbook

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