The Morning After: Sony is making more movies based on PlayStation IP

So HBO The last of us is almost here, but Sony is making strides with even more shows and/or movies based on PlayStation game franchises. With mixed anticipation, I would say.

Sony is reportedly working on one Gravity Rush movie with the Ridley Scott production team. Based on the original 2012 PlayStation Vita game, the film stars Kat, an amnesiac who can manipulate gravity to traverse an open world in novel ways. Emily Jerome, the author of the upcoming thriller panopticon, working on the script. Anna Mastro, who directed the Disney+ film Secret society of second-born royalswas tapped to conduct.

on top of that, Last days‘s post-apocalyptic story will be filmed, with stranger Actor Sam Heughan is reportedly set to star in a screenplay written by In heaven and X-Men: First Class Writer Sheldon Turner. It might seem like an odd choice: the game has sold nine million copies to date, making it one of the company’s first-party titles. but Last days has gained a new audience since its release on Steam – a movie could repeat that magic.

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