Find Your Reason
I just want General Hux to yell "les enfants terribles!" at Poe.
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I really want to see a Metal Gear Solid film franchise follow the usual route that adaptations do in Hollywood, where the first film (or season) is a relatively faithful adaptation but all subsequent ones are purely original stories by the screenwriters. Not because I think it'd be an improvement, or that I think it'd even be anywhere as good, I just think that it's always fascinating when adaptations diverge— and MGS is prime fodder for one where that would be a huge, huge gulf.I’ll be surprised if it follows the games at all. It will have Snake and a giant robot, and probably some characters with names from the games but tenuous resemblance to anything in the games.
I’ll be delighted if I’m wrong, though.
I really want to see a Metal Gear Solid film franchise follow the usual route that adaptations do in Hollywood, where the first film (or season) is a relatively faithful adaptation but all subsequent ones are purely original stories by the screenwriters.
I hope you didn't wish for that on a monkey's paw*.Hopefully, this does Final Fantasy Spirits Within bad and bankrupts Konami so they have to sell all their IP’s to people that still make games.
I hope you did wish for that on a monkey's paw.
Also, what if those IPs were all sold to EA?
The dreariness of that world is too familiar right now.Just cut straight to a Revengeance adaption, tbh.
This really does feel like its destiny, right? Unless you have someone in Hollywood who is emotionally invested with a property, and also has a lot of cache and willing to go to bat for something at the helm of a film, these kinds of movies always end up workshopped to hell in efforts to launder all the fun and quirkiness out of them in order to make something "safe". And with the ghost of Konami on one end, and the rudderless Sony on the other, with zero involvement from guys like Kojima, it feels like fate that this is bound to be a disaster of Ghost in the Shell proportions.I want to be optimistic for this, but I'm worried that it will be just a generic military action movie without all the weirdness that really makes the series.