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it Is offered for the adaptation that prepares Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island) will be in charge of bringing the saga Metal Gear to the big screen. At the moment there are rumors about who will play the protagonist Solid Snake, but a actor has already expressed interest: Oscar Isaac (Star Wars, Ex Machina, X-Men: Apocalypse).
In a conversation on the movie Triple frontier, IGN question on what adaptation of a video game you would like to participate. “Metal Gear Solid, that is. I stand up volunteer”.
digital artist BossLogic showed last year his audition for the movie, , and imagined Isaac as a Snake.
OK let's get back to serious Bid-NESS and that's rolling with the hype of a #metalgearsolid movie.
Wanted to try #oscarisaac I have to dope mean mug so I wanted to see how I looks. #henrycavill since I don't think I did it justice on the first one which was done quick #msg 🐍 pic.twitter.com/vzagaoVL9c— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) 15 August 2018
Vogt-Roberts has revealed now that the request for this illustration was yours, which shows that it is open to this possibility -although remember that you have not begun the selection of actors-.
To everyone asking how I feel about Oscar Isaac saying he wants to be Solid Snake.
The full process required to cast an icon hasn”t even started, but..
Ask @Bosslogic where the idea for his brilliant mock up came from.
however, Isaac says that the adaptations of video games don’t work as well as the superhero. “With the movies, video games, the trick is to imitate the feeling of playing a video game. I think that normally fails with scripts“.
last year, the director showed interest in film for adults to keep the violent scenes of shootouts, which sometimes add elements of terror.
March 4, 2019
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