ha mostrato la scorsa settimana il trailer di di Dead Island
, annunciando di esserne il publisher, ha ricevuto un ingente numero di richieste per i diritti di adattamento cinematografico di Dead Island
A differenza delle voci diffuse, nè i diritti cinematografici nè alcuna altra licenza sono state vendute da Deep Silver
, l'unico proprietario del brand Dead Island
In allegato la comunicazione ufficiale in inglese dell'azienda e del CEO, Klements Kundratitz, per il quale sarebbe un onore collaborare con partner di altissimo livello per la realizzazione di un blockbuster cinematografico basato sulla licenza Dead Island
. Since video games publisher Deep Silver revealed the upcoming game Dead Island this week, its accompanying promotional trailer has created a tremendous amount of buzz in the internet community and has been hailed a “Must See” throughout.
As a result, Deep Silver has received a massive amount of interest in the film adaptation rights to the Dead Island IP. Contrary to rumors that have been circulating, neither the film rights nor any other licenses have yet been sold by Deep Silver, which is the sole IP holder of the Dead Island brand.
While no decision has been made yet regarding Dead Island's movie rights, Deep Silver is currently looking through a vast amount of inquiries.
Key for the decision is a focus on the quality of the resulting motion picture: “We are looking for quality above all else for a movie based on Dead Island. We want to do it the right way as film realizations of games (or vice versa) usually fail to deliver what the fans were looking for. We will not go down this route with Dead Island. Deep Silver profoundly believes in the quality and value of its Dead Island IP,” says Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Deep Silver's parent company Koch Media. “We would therefore be honored to work with someone who already has a proven track record with blockbuster movies.”
Data di uscita: 9 settembre 2011