Username
Password
  
Grand Theft Auto V

'Rockstar Films' Trademarked by Take-Two

Written By
View author's profile

System Link has unearthed a trademark filed by Rockstar last year and approved last month for 'Rockstar Films', indicating that the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption publisher could be looking to transform some of its video game IPs into movies. Here's a quick summary of the filed trademark description:

"Animated motion picture films featuring entertainment, namely, action, adventure, dramatic, comedic, children's and documentary themes; pre-recorded video discs and other pre-recorded digital and electronic media in the field of live action programs, motion pictures, or animation featuring entertainment, namely, action, adventure, dramatic, comedic, children's and documentary themes."

Rockstar's Dan Houser has expressed his desire to make movies in the past, claiming that if the company were to move into films, they'd like to make them internally. Rockstar Films could be the first sign that could happen, and goodness knows that GTA, Red Dead and LA Noire would lend themselves well to movie adaptations. Rockstar's Max Payne has already been made into a film starring Mark Wahlberg and released to a mostly negative critical reception.

[Via Edge Online]




 
 

User Comments
 

You need to register before being able to post comments.

 


 
Game Info
Developer:
Rockstar North
Publisher:
Rockstar Games
Genre:

Release:

US September 17, 2013
Europe September 17, 2013
Japan October 10, 2013

Collection:3758
Wishlist:535
 
 
Screenshots
 
 
Videos
 
 
MyAchievements
You need to log in or register to use MyAchievements.
 
 
Related News
 
 
Rating
   

100   


96


0

You need to log in or register to rate games.

User Score is based on 1150 user ratings.