Santa Monica Studios’ God of War was within the doldrums within the early 2010s. After six very related video games, gamers have been getting bored with watching an offended bald man yanking out Cyclops’ eyes. Then got here 2018’s comfortable reboot, God of War. This was a extra mature tackle the violent mythological drama (although it nonetheless had numerous dismemberment), acquired common vital adulation and was a gross sales smash. It’s now thought of presumably the most effective sport on the PlayStation 4, so it’s not a shock that the collection is being lined up for an enormous display adaptation.
In keeping with our sources – the identical ones who instructed us Jake Johnson is returning for Jurassic World 3 and Han would return to the Quick & Livid franchise, each of which are actually confirmed – a God of War film is in improvement at Common, with Jason Momoa being eyed for the position of Kratos. It’s a little bit of a head-scratcher why it’s being developed at Common and never Sony, however we’re instructed that the latter studio will nonetheless co-produce.
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What we’re additionally listening to although is that they need Dave Bautista for Ares. This means that the movie will adapt the primary God of War (2005), which launched us to Kratos as he carved a bloody path by way of the Greek pantheon. His goal within the sport is the titular God of War, Ares, who tricked him into killing his spouse and daughter. The plot would make an important film, although I hope potential sequels observe the video games and do a time leap to an older Kratos coping with the Norse gods.
Bautista would certainly make a good Ares, too, if they will snag him, and in the event that they do observe the primary sport’s plot, the finale must be one hell of a spectacle (Kratos and Ares develop to Godzilla-sized proportions and throw down). In the meantime, rumors swirl that Santa Monica Studios are arduous at work on the following sport within the God of War franchise, which ought to hopefully arrive early within the PlayStation 5’s lifetime.