Castlevania film may not be that crappy!

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  1. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    This is for anyone that gives a damn...maybe no one but meh.

    From Bloody-disgusting.com

    "If there was one film that I would normally have been excited for, but wasn't, it would have to be Castlevania, which had writer/director/franchise destroyer Paul W.S Anderson attached to the project. According to sources close to DC he is now officially off the project working on his remake of Death Race. Good. We'll keep you posted on any further developments. His pic was set to focus on the origins of Dracula and the uprising of the Belmont Clan, a vampire-slaying family who supposedly become humanity's last hope."

    Here's hoping Toilet Boll doesn't get involved [​IMG]
     
  2. Sc4rFac3d

    Sc4rFac3d GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Any chance of Iga getting involved just like Kojima with MGS?
     
  3. jumpman17

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    Great, now Uwe Boll will snatch it up and do a worse job then Anderson would have.
     
  4. Poppu

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    That's a fucking good news!!!
     
  5. Hadrian
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    Nah Uwe "Toilet" Boll has his own crappy film company, besides he only does games to films that are based on games people don't care about seeing in a film. Dungeon Siege, Bloodrayne, Alone in the Dark, Hunter The Reckoning, Postal. Plus he's busy on Far Cry, Bloodrayne 2 and [​IMG] Alone in the Dark 2.
     
  6. Westside

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    YES!!! Now if only Peter Jackson would see the potential of this film.