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As of August 31 there will be three multiplayer mode packs available for download.
Square Enix has announced the first wave of downloadable content for its highly anticipated release Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days.As of August 31 there will be three multiplayer mode packs available for download.... more
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days features some very unique Multiplayer Modes not found in other first person or third person shooters. Check out our Hands-on Preview of the two modes Arcade and Fragile Alliance Mode to see what makes them so good.Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days features some very unique Multiplayer Modes not found in... more
Kane & Lynch movie poster is now available for you to have a glimpse at. The poster shows the two main characters of the movie with weaponsKane & Lynch movie poster is now available for you to have a glimpse at. The... more
Screenwriter Kyle Ward has revealed on his Twitter account that Jamie Foxx has signed to play Lynch in Lionsgate's video game adaptation, Kane & Lynch.
To be directed by Simon Crane, the film is an adaptation of the Eidos Entertainment video game "Kane & Lynch: Dead Men."
Bruce Willis was previously attached to play Adam "Kane" Marcus, a mercenary who makes an unlikely alliance with the schizophrenic killer named James Lynch. The duo is forced on a mission to retrieve a stolen microchip.
Adrian Askarieh and Daniel Alter will produce with Jason Blumenthal and Todd Black, and the Willis Brothers Co.
http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=64366Screenwriter Kyle Ward has revealed on his Twitter account that Jamie Foxx has signed... more
Hollywood producer Adrian Askarieh has managed to do what few in Tinseltown have achieved. He's taken a hit video game franchise with Hitman and turned it into a $26 million film that grossed over $100 million worldwide. In addition to opening the door for a big screen sequel, it solidified a relationship with Eidos that resulted in big screen adaptations of two more game franchises – Kane & Lynch and Just Cause. Askarieh talks about his video game movies and why Hollywood is so game crazy in this exclusive interview.
How do you pick and choose from all the games that are out there?
Our motto is: Does it make a good movie, is it a good idea? I've never made a video game deal or made a video game movie or developed a video game-based screenplay because it's a video game. I've always done it because it's a great idea for a movie. I think that's what sets us apart, where some other people might say, "Hey, that's a successful video game, let's try and figure out a movie of it so they can make a couple of bucks." We've never done that. The idea has to be there.
How does that fit into Just Cause going to the big screen?
I'm doing Just Cause right now, which I'm doing independently. I think Just Cause is going to blow up as a franchise this February with Just Cause 2. It became the de-facto hit of E3, so the reason I went after it and I got it is because I saw a movie in it, not because it was going to be a hot video game. That helps. Don't get me wrong. We live in an era of brands and easily marketable ideas and high-concept materials such as comic books and video games. But Just Cause is a great action-adventure spy movie, which is a totally different motif than Hitman. Hitman is a great assassin movie, Kane and Lynch is a great buddy action movie. So all these are first-and-foremost good movie ideas, then video games.Hollywood producer Adrian Askarieh has managed to do what few in Tinseltown have... more
If the rumors are true, I say yes.