The creators of Cobra Kai will adapt the video game into a film

Video game adaptations are booming right now, from Unexplored at sonic the hedgehogso you might be thinking, what else is to come?

If you like classic first person shooter Duke Nukemwe have news…

According The Hollywood ReporterGearbox’s fan-favorite franchise Duke Nukem is now ready to come to Hollywood.

Legendary Entertainment, the company behind Dunes and the Godzilla monster movie series, took the Duke Nukem film rights from Gearbox, bringing Cobra Kai creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are all on board to help set it up.

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Legendary will produce the film with Marla Studios’ Jean Julien Baronnet (a veteran of game adaptation) involved in the team.

Details are scarce at this time, so fans of the classic game franchise should be sure to check with digital spy as further details become available.

Hopefully this will follow with the success of other game adaptations, such as Netflix. the witcher starring Henry Cavill, which is heading into its third season.

Tom Holland as Nathan Drake and Sophia Taylor Ali as Chloe in Uncharted

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Meanwhile, Spider ManTom Holland revealed earlier this year which video game adaptation he wants to pursue after the relative success of Unexplored.

“I would like to make a Jack and Daxter movie, and I would play Jak,” he said. GameSpot. “But I would do it at A24, so it was really weird and dark. I’d do like a really weird, live version of Jack and Daxter.”

He can even find his Unexplored director Reuben Fleischer on the project as the latter said he was “excited” to work on it as well.

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