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Information For Metal Gear Solid Film Teased By Director


Going back to 2015, it was announced that a film adaptation of Konami’s Metal Gear Solid franchise was in the making. Then following into late 2017, as we almost forgot about the project, it was announced that Jurassic World Writer Derek Connolly will be writing the script for the film.
Along with announcing that Kong: Skull Island Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts will be directing the film. Now more information has been revealed concerning when we will hear more about the upcoming film.
Vogt-Roberts recently partnered with actor Paul Eiding, who voiced Colonel Campbell in the series to create a codec-like thread on Twitter for the 31st anniversary of the franchise. Using his favorite pieces of fan art, Vogt-Roberts clearly states “We must stress that this is, quote ‘fan art,’ and is not meant to represent what is or is not in the forthcoming film.”. 31 pieces of art will be released within a month for #METALGEAR31st.
As the director is a well-known Metal gear fan, he shows his gratitude to be creating the art that might influence film, as said by Campbell:

Generating art based on Hideo Kojima’s seminal characters and world has been a true childhood dream come true.

For if all art to be shown will illustrate what to expect from the upcoming film adaptation, this obviously shows Vogt-Roberts is the right person to have the film in his hands.

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