Last month, producer Adi Shankar (The Grey, Dredd, Lone Survivor) teased the following message: “I can confirm that I’m working with an iconic Japanese gaming company to adapt one of their iconic video game series into a series.” One of the trades reported that he was hyping a The Legend of Zelda TV show, but that was incorrect.
Instead, Shankar revealed today that he’s working on a Devil May Cry TV show based on the popular video game and that it will “be a part of a multiverse with” his Netflix animated series Castlevania. Read More »
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The Resident Evil series proved to be a monster hit (no pun intended) for Screen Gems and Sony. So the fact that the companies are going back to video games as the RE films get stretched a bit thin should come as no surprise. Appropriately, Screen Gems has even turned to a video game franchise that was born from a concept intended as a Resident Evil sequel. That would be Devil May Cry, the story of Dante, white-haired demon killer and trenchcoat lover. Read More »