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Roger Avary Ready To Storm "Castle Wolfenstein"


#1

[i]If you’re Roger Avary, you must have one hell of an address book - his lauded screenwriting collaborators include fan favorites Quentin Tarantino (â€


#2

Wow, Avary’s doing his own Video Game/WW2 Men on A Mission movie. Yay. I’m really excited about this. Cant wait. I’ll be there opening day.



So we have Guy Ritchie doing The Dirty Dozen remake, Roger Avary doing a WW2 Men on a mission video game adaptation, Bryan Singer doing a WW2 nazi espionage film. It feels like 1995 all over again! :slight_smile:



Ya know, its funny as I read that it sounded like Avary took the stuff QT said about making Bastards then kinda regurgitated it. Nice one!


#3

[quote=“PutneySwope”]So we have Guy Ritchie doing The Dirty Dozen remake, Roger Avary doing a WW2 Men on a mission video game adaptation, Bryan Singer doing a WW2 nazi espionage film. It feels like 1995 all over again! :slight_smile:[/quote]
Why 1995?


#4

This actually sounds pretty good. I’ve never played that particular game, but i’ve seen clips of it on youtube.


#5

[quote=“Dantes Inferno”]
Why 1995?
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Im just joking about how after Pulp came out, everyone was doing those QT-style crime films with the groups of odd guys pulling heists etc.



Maybe this will be cool. I dont know. Im more interested in seeing QTs Bastards. Hopefully he’ll make it before he retires.


#6

QT shouldn’t fuckin retire. he should make awesome crazy cinema until he’s as old as… at least Hef…


#7

I never minded Avary that much, because I like Killing Zoe and Rules of Attraction. I thought they were pretty good films (not as good as Tarantino’s films since Pulp, but pretty good nonetheless). And I have really fond memories of playing Return to Castle Wolfenstein. I remember it so well. It was cold outside and I just played all day. So this is a film I’ll probably be going to see.