Tuesday, January 11, 2022
Duncan Jones, the director of films like Moon and Warcraft, has once again said that he'd like to create a screen adaptation of the classic 1995 LucasArts game, Full Throttle.
Jones first expressed his interest in developing a film based on the game back in January 2021, exactly a year ago today, and even went as far as to pen an entire script for the project. Now, Jones is once again pushing Disney to create this adaptation, asking fans to tell Disney how much they'd like to see Full Throttle come its Disney+ streaming service.
“If you could all tell Disney Studios how much you’d love them to let me make Full Throttle for Disney+, that would be adorable and I’d be very appreciative,” said Jones in a recent tweet.
Jones, the son of the late great British musician David Bowie, made his feature film directing debut with the award-winning Moon, and has since directed the films Source Code, Warcraft, and Mute. He's also currently set to write and direct a film based on 2000 AD Comics' Rogue Trooper, following the recent re-release of the 2006 Rogue Trooper video game. Full Throttle also got a recent re-release on modern consoles, in the form of Full Throttle Remastered in 2020.
https://t.co/893lQOaZYW— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) January 9, 2022