Reports claim that Netflix is making a live-action BioShock movie, but currently, nothing much regarding this is known.
Reports Claims That Netflix Is Making a Live-Action BioShock Movie
On Tuesday, Netflix, Take-Two interactive, and 2K announced that they will be entering a partnership in making a live-action movie adaptation of BioShock. While this may be potentially exciting, details of the actuality of this movie are kind of light.
There’s no release date, and as indicated by Variety, it doesn’t have a director or a cast at this point. Also, Netflix’s site says the film is a transformation of the BioShock establishment, which leaves open the likelihood that it could highlight characters and areas from the submerged city of Rapture from BioShock 1 and 2, as well as the sky city of Columbia from BioShock Infinite.
Notwithstanding, Netflix shared a press picture highlighting a dreadful Little Sister and a monumental Big Daddy, so it appears to be almost guaranteed that those famous BioShock characters will appear here and there.
2K Is Working On the “Next Iteration” Of a BioShock Game
2K, which is owned by Take-Two, is likewise dealing with the “next iteration” of a BioShock game, however, in its December 2019 declaration of the game, 2K said it would be being developed for “the following quite a long while.” Given the proceeded with the advancement of that game and this impending film, it appears to be that 2K and Take-Two needs to make BioShock a much greater establishment than it as of now is.
What the CEO of Take-Two Has To Say
“Netflix is among the best and most forward-thinking storytellers in all of entertainment today,” Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Take-Two interactive in a statement said. “We are thrilled that they share our vision and commitment to the BioShock franchise, which is beloved by millions of fans around the world.
2K’s Cloud Chamber studio is deep in active development on the next iteration of the series and coupled with our partnership with Netflix, we remain highly confident that BioShock will continue to captivate and engage audiences like never before.”