In December 2019, Netflix offered us the first season of the series The Witcher. An adaptation of the novels of Andrzej Sapkowski who surfed on the success of CD Projekt Red video games, often cited as essential. Now Netflix has partnered with Ubisoft in order to adapt a mythical license from the serial publisher.
an animated series with the writer john wick
As reported Variety, an animated series Splinter Cell was recently commissioned by Netflix. 16 episodes for two seasons which will be directed by Derek Kolstad, the man behind the scripts of the films John Wick, who will serve as screenwriter and executive producer. The details of this partnership have been overlooked, however. It will therefore be necessary to be patient to learn more.
Kolstad also worked on the Marvel series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, whose release has been postponed to an unknown date. Originally scheduled for August, the series is now in limbo and will arrive one day perhaps. This animated series Splinter Cell is the result of Netflix’s desire to increasingly turn to video game adaptations.
Are also planned an animated series Cyberpunk 2077, as well asa film about the legendary saga Dragon’s Lair with Ryan Reynolds at the casting. The video game continues to invest the American platform, including a new documentary on the golden age of gaming. Baptized “High Score: The Golden Age of Gaming“, this documentary series will focus on licenses such as Street Fighter, Pac-Man or DOOM.