Live-action adaptation of Twisted metal According to new reports, the series has passed green lighting and the production of the series is moving forward.
We heard that a series based on the (famous) PlayStation game series has been in progress for a while, and the first report on the show caused a sensation in 2019.
According to the latest report of “Variety”, Sony Pictures Television and PlayStation Productions used the series as a comedy comedy, and invited Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Deadpool film and Zombieland writers) to participate in the script and executive production.
The initial story will see a brainstorming car nut teaming up with the “car thief who triggers happiness” to deliver a mysterious package in the apocalyptic wasteland.
The iconic twisted metal character Sweet Tooth will appear in the project and become “the clown driving a familiar ice cream truck” because they cannot cross the wasteland at double speed to avoid murder and destruction.
It sounds like this is very consistent with the original data.
Glenn Adilman, executive vice president of TV comedy development at Sony Pictures, told variety shows: “We like twisted metal very much because it is full of crazy twists.” “Michael Jonathan Smith (Michael Jonathan Smith) It’s full of dynamic, great and interesting adaptation that brought it out of the park. We thank Rhett, Paul, Will and our friends on PlayStation for their support.”
Asad Qizilbash, head of PlayStation Productions, said: “‘Twisted Metal’ is one of PlayStation’s most popular franchises.” “We are very happy to have such a great team dedicated to bringing this iconic game to fans.”
Even better, Will Arnett (Will Arnett) (Bojack Horseman, Arrested Development, etc.) will conduct administrative production through his Electric Avenue production company, Variety pointed out that he might even end up saying Sweet tooth (although no agreement has been reached at the time of writing).
Sony actually tried to make a Twisted Metal movie in 2012, but it never happened-we hope this project will get off the ground. We recently heard that Sony Pictures is developing 3 movies and 7 TV shows based on PlayStation games.