The new video game gold rush does not stop: after the already numerous projects and actors announced related to famous titles that gamers know well, now comes the news that a great actor has been added to the cast of adaptation of Gran Turismo. The famous title sony And PlayStation will become a film and directing it is a big shot in the world of cinema: the director of District 9 And Elysium, Neil Blomkamp will bring a screenplay by Jason Hall to the big screen (American sniper) and Zach Baylin (King Richard). Not only that, because it is exclusive The Hollywood Reporter know that it will also be a race David Harbor.
The star of stranger things He then fires up his engines for the film on the famous driving simulator and an incredible true story about him. Gran Turismo it will actually focus on a young player whose playing skills have allowed him to become a real professional racing driver. He would play a retired driver who would teach the teenager to drive.
Among the producers of the film is also Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the game that debuted in 1997 and achieved its seventh official title this year (along with several spin-offs). The scheduled release date of the film is August 11, 2023.
As mentioned, this is only the last adaptation to come on the big or small screen: in addition to the already adapted Uncharted, Assassin’s Creed, Sonic, Resident Evil, Silent Hill And the witcher in the near future they are ready to become movies or series also products like The Last of Us Ghost of Tsushimarecently announced Pac man etc
For David Harbour, a new opportunity to imprint himself forever in the hearts of spectators: in addition to stranger thingsis expected from the sui film Love at first sight – whose full line-up was announced at D23 – and an edifying Christmas film in which he will play a particularly violent Santa Claus.
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