PlayStation is planning to adapt the excellent Gravity Rush into a movie, it has been reported.
Deadline states that the Japan Studio title is the latest to be added to a long, long line of projects in the works at PlayStation Productions.
So far, director Anna Mastro (who helmed Disney+ series Secret Society of Second Born Royals) and script writer Emily Jerome (Panopticon) are attached.
It's nice to know Sony hasn't forgotten Gravity Rush, which despite getting strong reviews and a solid sequel, seemed likely to remain dormant following the disbanding of its Project Siren team at the now-shuttered Japan Studio.
PlayStation has a plethora of film and TV show adaptations in the works - with nearly all of its biggest franchises now slated to appear at some point.
There's a Ghost of Tsushima movie in the works, as well as a Gran Tusimo film. There will also be a live-action television series adapting destruction racer Twisted Metal, set to star Anthony Mackie.
Over the weekend, we heard Days Gone would also be getting a movie.
We also got a brief first look at footage from HBO's upcoming The Last of Us TV series.
And, of course, PlayStation already launched its Tom Holland-starring version of Uncharted. Anyone for a sequel?
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