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Sony Picture chairman Tony Vinciquerra recently announced. Sony company’s production studio is developing 7 TV shows and 3 movies based on PlayStation games. As reported by the Media Post, Vinciquerra announced during a dialogue about Sony’s upcoming direction in creating new content based on combining ideas between entertainment sectors, including Playstation.

“We have no specific plan yet,” Vinciquerra said. “But we have a program within the company called One Sony… You’ll be seeing a lot more integration of Sony companies together.”While he is certain that Sony is developing a series of TV shows and movies based on PlayStation games, he did not say whether there will be a movie version of Uncharted or the series The Last of Us. Before that, there appeared a photo with Tom Holland plays as Nathan Drake in Uncharted, which made great excitement for Naughty Dog’s fans.

Photo of Tom Holland play as Nathan Drake - Sony Make Film Base On PlayStation Game
Photo of Tom Holland play as Nathan Drake

Vinciquerra also mentioned that Sony is not following in Warner Bros. ‘footsteps in releasing new movie content on a streaming platform and charging a monthly fee. “I don’t think we’ll be in the day-and-date release business, no,” Vinciquerra answered. “I think the economic model for very big-budget movies require the windows that are in the flow now and we’ll continue with that. We think 30-day windows are probably the best. It will allow us to amortize our marketing over the two windows – theatrical and home entertainment. So we think that is the way to go.”

Update

In another case, The last of us are planning to production. As we known film will be a TV-series from HBO channel. The Chernobyl film creator, Craig Mazin will work with Naughty Dog’s own Neil Druckmann to deliver the adaptation. Alongside the dream team creative pair is the returning Gustavo Santaolalla on composer duties – while a new director has been parachuted in to helm the pilot.


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