Watch Dogs: The "live" film has started filming

Watch Dogs: The “live” film has started filming

French director Mathieu Turi will be behind the camera.

While video game adaptations have been a hit on television lately (The Last of Us, Fallout...), the cinema will try to carry Watch Dogs on screen. The action-adventure and infiltration saga, developed by Ubisoft, has three titles released in 2014 and 2020.

This is the French director Mathieu Turi who will be at the helm. This will be his 4th feature film (he had signed Miners in 2023). He posted a photo on Instagram announcing the start of filming for this “live action” version of the game, written by the writers Christie LeBlanc (Oxygen) And Victoria Bata (Fate: The Winx Saga).

In the casting, the two stars will be Sophie Wilde (The Hand) and Tom Blythknown for playing the young Coriolanus Snow in the last Hunger Games.

The details of the movie plot Watch Dogs are still unknown. No release date has been announced by Sony Pictures yet.

Similar Posts