John Wick’s writer is making a Sifu movie!
Sloclap s brawler Sifu was renowned for its melee combat and its action was often likened to movies like Oldboy and The Raid. And after being compared to so many films, Sifu itself is being adapted into one.
Deadline reports that Sloclap and media business Story Kitchen are working together to bring this game to the big screen. The script will be written by Derek Kolstad, who is most known for scripting the John Wick films and 2021’s Nobody. Along with Dmitri M. Johnson, Mike Goldberg, Dan Jevons, Jeff Ludwig, and Timothy I. Stevenson, Kolstad is also producing it.
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It will also be a live-action adaption, but no further creatives have been brought on board for the project as of yet. Kolstad is also working on a variety of video game-related projects, such as Just Cause and Streets of Rage, and Hitman adaptations for Netflix. Friend of John Wick In addition to directing the impending Ghost of Tsushima movie, Chad Stahelski, who is not affiliated with this Sifu project, is now developing his own video game movie.
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The obvious movie parallels sparked by Sifus’ tempo and style led to some tomodin character models from well-known action movies. Daredevil, Batman, Neo from The Matrix, and even John Wick are among the martial arts masters in this list.
As Sloclap follows its previously disclosed strategy, it has also begun adding its own skins to the game. While its Arenas game mode is planned for the winter, its replay editor update is expected to arrive sometime in December.
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