The lights are on
Rumors are circulating that Ubisoft is working to get a Splinter Cell movie off the ground, and Tom Hardy -- who recently played Bane in this summers The Dark Knight Rises -- could be on tap for the lead role.
Ain't It Cool News recently reported that Ubisoft is moving to build up a film division that would produce films based on it's many popular franchises. Not only is Michael Fassbender (Prometheus and Inglourious Basterds) being looked at for a film version of Assassin's Creed, but Hardy is being asked to star in the Splinter Cell film. According to Variety, Eric Warren Singer (The International) is apparently already working on a script for Splinter Cell. Who knows how far into production these films will actually venture -- Hollywood projects have a tendency to fizzle out -- but it would be interesting to see if these films actually make it into the theater.
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It should have Bane as the bad guy.
John Mctiernan for Splinter Cell, though that isn't likely to happen anytime soon.
I can get behind this.
I accept this challenge. It will be my return!
Lol the title of this article threw me off.
Peter Jackson or Christopher Nolan for everything.
"Let the games begin!" -muffled Sean Connery voice.
Thats going to be epic !
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