Next Video Game Movie: "Diablo"

by | June 18, 2007 | Comments

Now here’s a game I know a little something about!

I never played much "DOA: Dead or Alive," "Mortal Kombat," or "Resident Evil" (well, maybe a little) but Blizzard’s "Diablo" is a game I’ve spent several happy hours with. It’s just a basic ‘hack and slash your way through a dungeon while collecting gold / weapons and leveling up your experience points" game, but a whole lot of fun.

Anyway, according to the official Legendary Pictures website, they’re about to move forward with a movie version of Diablo. No word on who’ll be writing, directing, or starring in the movie, but apparently the thing’s moving forward so we should be hearing something soon.

And since Legendary Pictures is the company that gave you "300," hopefully the "Diablo" movie will be extra crazy.

Source: Legendary Pictures, ComingSoon.net

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