The lights are on
Publisher Electronic Arts is hoping to cash in on the popularity of the "Fast and the Furious" films.
According to a Variety report, EA hired producer John Gatins and writer George Gatins to create a pitch for the movie to shop around Hollywood. According to the report, Warner Bros., Sony, and Paramount are said to be interested with Paramount being the current front-runner.
EA last released Need for Speed: The Run in November, which sold 700,000 copies in its first month in the U.S. alone.
Game Informer has contacted the publisher for comment on this report.
Fast and the Furious. There.
i thought it had one? it was called fast and the furious
Well nobody else does so piss off.
Crap and Furious.
NO. NO, NO, NO, NO NONONONO NOOOOOOOOOOO. NO NONNONNONONONONOONONOONONO. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
How would this be any different from every other racing movie ever? Its not even like Need for Speed has its own unique story. Its just cars racing for some paper thin reason, shopping this around as a movie as silly as making a movie from the Dead Island trailer.