The Gearbox Software brothers in the Arms series have not seen the mainline entry since 2008 & # 39; s Brother in Arms: The Highway of Hell. But on Monday, the studio announced that World War II was on the verge of becoming a live TV show, thanks to a partnership with Marla Studios, a production company that transforms video game film and TV.
The first series of the season will focus on the great humiliation of World War II, even though the press release does not clearly define what the tragedy is. The Arms brothers are based on authentic events surrounding the secret tour of World War II, and it sounds like the television game will continue that tradition.
The The Arms brothers show pride in the Golden Globe-winning show, Scos Rosenbaum, who has worked as a producer and curated The Queen of the South, V., again Related Gates. He is best known for his award-winning work as a writer and producer on A shoe.
Here's what Rosenbaum said The Arms brothers:
I am very excited about joining the front lines of this project and look forward to building a spiritual experience on a topic that means so much to Gearbox. What excited me about this series is that while it is a successful show about war, the series is about the most amazing stories of ordinary men and women, from soldiers, opposition groups, to domestic citizens who meet and overcome difficult, bizarre situations.
In addition, it is very exciting to be able to deliver these previously featured stories, unknown to viewers, the news that the audience will be so shocked they've never heard of before.
In addition to Rosenbaum, Jean-Julien Baronnet (producer in 2016) Assassin's faith movie), Richard Whelan (first assistant manager at Pacific Brothers Band, Captain America, again Fast and Furious Contributions: Hobbs & Shaw), and Sean Haran (The Arms brothers Video production game producer and chief business officer at Gearbox) will help write the script. Gearbox Software co-founder, Randy Pitchford, will work as a producer on the series.
The news comes just a few months after Gearbox's collaboration with Eli Roth for the Borderlands movie.