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Gore Verbinski

Pirates of the Caribbean Director Set To Make Games For Microsoft

The connection between Hollywood and the world of video games may not be perfect just yet, in either medium, but it’s still growing based on this new tidbit of news.  After giving us some simple yet stylish blockbuster popcorn movies over the past few years, director Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean) is making the jump to video games.  Verbinski’s company Blind Wink Productions will be making the leap to digital entertainment as the studio has signed a deal to produce games for Microsoft platforms – which of course includes the Xbox 360.

Film Adaptation Of BioShock Seems Unlikely To Happen Now

BioShock may be one of the most popular and successful video game franchises to be released in the past five years, but in the world of Hollywood things aren’t looking too good as of now.  Like what usually happens with most hot video game properties, the film rights for BioShock were acquired once they were made available.  Out of the studios in Hollywood, Universal won the bidding war and began to actively develop a live-action adaptation of the hit video game series.  Usually such things are met with groans and outcry from the video game audience, but when Gore Verbinski (

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