Christopher Nolan has revealed that he’s “” in turning his motion pictures into video video games.
Throughout a recent fan Q&A session for his newest movie Tenet, hosted by online game journalist and character Geoff Keighley, Nolan was requested if he would need any of his movies to be tailored right into a online game.
Nolan responded by evaluating the filmmaking course of to online game growth, saying that whereas each are “difficult and [take] a very long time”, the online game growth course of tends to be a extra complicated entity.
He additionally touched upon the problem of film tie-in video games, saying that “you don’t wish to simply be doing a licensed recreation, you don’t wish to simply be tying in with one thing and utilizing the model established by the movie”.
“The identical method you don’t need, truly when folks do adaptions to movie from a online game, you don’t wish to simply draft off the model,” he added “You need it to be one thing nice in its personal proper.”
Nolan wrapped up his reply by expressing his curiosity in turning his movies into online game, whereas reminding imprecise if its one thing he would truly do. “I feel my time and power, I’ve wound up devoting all of it to movie and seeing how tough that’s, it’s not one thing you’d ever tackle frivolously but it surely’s undoubtedly one thing I’m excited about, it’s a tremendous world,” he stated.
Watch Nolan’s response beneath.
Would Chris Nolan ever need considered one of his movies tailored right into a recreation? Here is what he stated, a part of our full dialog now on YouTube: https://t.co/rtevhycmAb pic.twitter.com/cmwII4OC4z
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 21, 2020
In the course of the Q&A periods, Nolan additionally revealed to Keighley that his 2010 movie Inception was thought-about for a online game adaptation saying “[we] went pretty far down the street with it” earlier than deciding to tug the plug altogether.
Whereas a Nolan-inspired recreation doesn’t appear doubtless in the intervening time, a lot of his movies have been intertwined with gaming all year long. He partnered with Epic Games’ Fortnite to screen films like Batman Begins, Inception, and The Prestige by the sport’s Celebration Royale mode. He additionally premiered a new trailer for Tenet through the game.