Neill Blomkamp
Orlando Bloom and Djimon Hounsou also star in the video game-inspired film.
Sony's PlayStation Productions chiefs talk with IndieWire about "Uncharted," "Gran Turismo," and the future of video-game adaptations.
The racing film based on the PlayStation video game hits theaters August 11, 2023.
"Fox just clearly doesn’t want it. I haven’t had anything to do with that for years."
The "Chappie" auteur offers another effects-forward experiment in iffy storytelling, this one an exorcism tale shot with volumetric capture.
"I’m just super creatively into what we’ve come up with," Blomkamp said.
Blomkamp leaves the science-fiction genre behind for a trip into full-blown horror.
Co-writer Terri Tatchell and actor Sharlto Copley are confirmed to be on board with the long-awaited sequel.
Screenwriters Ed Neumeier and Michael Miner never got to make a sequel to 1987's "Robocop." That's all about to change.
The "District 9" director sees Pixar and video game distribution as models for building a sustainable community for Oats Studios.
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