Another video game is set to be turned into a live-action film. The movie adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima was announced nearly two years ago, but its development was hindered by the SAG-AFTRA strikes that affected the gaming industry. Director Chad Stahelski has now confirmed that the script for the movie is finished and the remaining pieces are being finalized.
The director of John Wick discussed the upcoming live-action adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima.
During a recent interview, Stahelski stated that the script is now complete and the team is almost ready to begin. He also expressed his excitement for the Sucker Punch project, as it has greatly captured his interest and he is eager to begin filming.
Stahelski gained fame for his John Wick films. He is also a passionate admirer of Asian customs and traditions, and wanted to honor one of the region’s most renowned directors by highlighting Japanese sword-fighting techniques (kenjutsu). Stahelski’s affinity for these specific elements and his admiration for Akira Kurosawa make him well-suited to direct the Ghost of Tsushima movie adaptation.
Amidst the ongoing strikes, fans eagerly anticipate an official announcement for the release date of Ghost of Tsushima.
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The writing for the Ghost of Tsushima adaptation has been finalized, signaling the start of a new phase in its development.