Could The Watch Dogs Movie Hire This Star With Hunger Games Fame?!

MOVIE NEWS – British actor joins the cast of open-world video game adaptation Watch Dogs alongside Sophie Wilde.



It looks like there are no longer any obstacles to the completion of the Watch Dogs movie. The adaptation of Ubisoft’s open-world video game is getting better and better. According to reports in the American press yesterday, the film already has a second main character after the signing of Sophie Wilde was announced a few weeks ago.

The young British actor Tom Blyth, whom many may know, played the young Coriolanus Snow in the movie The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes last fall.

Along with Sophie Wilde, he will be tasked with giving a face to the story full of action, suspense and science fiction. The film is directed by Mathieu Turi (The Tube) from a screenplay by Christie LeBlanc, which writer Victoria Bata later adapted.



Watch Dogs / Tom Blyth / Hunger Games



What is the Watch Dogs movie about? Good question…


The information was released yesterday afternoon by Deadline, which has no further details about the production. So, for now, we can’t be sure that WD will be a direct adaptation of one of the video games in the franchise. Or perhaps in a 100% original approach, as in the case of Assassin’s Creed at the time. Another issue is that the move didn’t quite work out. After all, the franchise hasn’t received a new live-action project since then…

The first Watch Dogs was released ten years ago. It told the story of Aiden Pearce, a brilliant hacker and former gangster whose criminal past led to a violent family tragedy. “Now that he’s hunting those who hurt his family, he can observe and harass those around him,” detailed Ubisoft.

Source: Deadline

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