“To really try and not only live up to but exceed what the game has done with its visuals is completely fascinating to me,” says director Chad Stahelski.
With The last of us With HBO having proven so successful, eyes are now turning to other PlayStation properties that have had movies or TV adaptations greenlit. One of those is, of course, Sucker Punch’s samurai odyssey Ghost of Tsushimawhich has been confirmed to receive a film adaptation directed by Chad Stahelski of John Wick popular. And Stahelski has ambitious plans for the project.
Talked recently with Video TalkStahelski briefly touched on it Ghost of Tsushimaand called it one of the most interesting projects he is currently working on, confirming that he plans to emphasize his visual image as much as the game did – and maybe even more the hope ahead.
“Ghost of Tsushima it’s a very interesting story if you are interested in Jin Sakai’s story and the real meaning of the film. And you tie him to these amazing scenes,” Stahelski said. “You already know from the John Wick I like the colors and I like the compositions. To really try and not only live up to but exceed what the game and its visuals have done is very interesting to me. So that’s what we’re researching and working on right now. Like, how do you push the color palette? How can you bring that world to life in the most authentic and grounded way?”
Stahelski also previously stated that he wants the Ghost of Tsushima pictures are all in Japanese, something he says is on board with Sony. In April of last year, it was confirmed that the film will be written by Takashi Doscher, known Only and But.
When we will get more concrete information on the film, it remains to be seen, but it is clear based on what Stahelski said about the project so far now the fans of the game will definitely see how it will progress in it. this is the first part.