"It was completely divine inspiration I swear to God."
Gas Powered Games had more than one game almost over the finishing line when a publisher pulled the rug out from under it.
Uwe Boll, a German filmmaker of questionable talent, has signed blonde bombshell Dolph Lundgren for another Dungeon Siege-inspired movie.
Uwe Boll is to be recognised for his contribution to movies by the organisers of the Golden Raspberry Awards - otherwise known as the Razzies.
Gas Powered Games boss Chris Taylor has spoken of a third Dungeon Siege game.
A new trailer has been released for In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, Uwe Boll's latest attempt at bringing a videogame to the big screen.
It features some sweeping shots of mountains, some scary monsters on horseback, some scary monsters crawling out of the mud and lots of people arguing about who is the rightful king - and makes it clear that In the Name of the King no way inspired by the Lord of the Rings films, oh no. There is also shot of Jason Statham punching a horse though so that bit might be quite good. Also: Burt Reynolds. [Who looks like he's really trying. - Ed]
You can watch the trailer over at Fantasticfilmsinternational.com. The first part of In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege movie will be released in the US on 3rd November 2006, with part two following on December 1st.
Uwe Boll's big screen adaptation of Dungeon Siege will hit cinemas at the end of next year, according to the Hollywood Reporter - and we're in for a double whammy.
Uwe Boll, director of the forthcoming Dungeon Siege movie, has renamed the film In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale in a bid to make it sound a bit more like it's a Lord of the Rings film.
Cast details have been announced for the big screen adaptation of Gas Powered Games' PC hack-and-slasher Dungeon Siege, according to the Hollywood Reporter.