Christopher Nolan is not opposed to turning one of his films into video games.
Movie director Christopher Nolan He revealed that he would definitely be interested in seeing his work adapted into a video game, but the famous director said that this would not be a direct partner.
Nolan spoke to Geoff Keighley in an extensive interview to promote Tenet’s home video distribution. He said that he is very familiar with the medium of video games and how they compare to movies. The work of creating games is very respectful.
“Making a movie is complicated-it takes a long time. Making a video game is more complicated and even takes longer.”
“The way the video game industry works-and you know a lot better than me-is difficult… You know, you can’t… You don’t just want to make a licensed game, you don’t want to integrate into a movie and use the brand established by the movie.
“Actually, when people adapt a movie from a video game, you don’t want it to be just a drafting of the brand — you want it to be a great thing in itself.
With this in mind, Nolan said that he had not tried this process before because his movies kept him busy.
“I think I spent my time and energy on shooting. Just seeing how difficult it is [game development] Yes, this is not an understatement. But this is definitely something I am interested in. This is an amazing world,” he added.
Of course, Nolan’s work is not completely separated from the world’s video games. The director and long-term production partner of Warner Bros. together with Fortnite screened three of his films during the summer to promote the upcoming Tenet theatrical release.
Recently, Nolan presented the Game of the Year award at the 2020 Game Awards ceremony earlier this month.