Project: S.E.R.A. is a ten minute short film that features action sequences that appear straight out of a video game and stars Julia Voth (Jill Valentine from the Resident Evil video game).
A young woman watches helplessly as her father, a decorated general, is tortured and killed with an experimental biological weapon. When he suddenly reanimates in a ferocious bloodthirsty state, she must use the combat skills he taught her to escape both her captors and the creature he has become.
Ted Price, CEO of Insomniac, released the video below a couple of days ago to break the bad news to their fans. The message in the video states that Insomniac will not be making any more Resistance games. Price also mentions that the franchise is in the hands of other developers, so it is quite possible for future Resistance games to surface. For all the details, please watch the video below.
Warner Bros greenlit hybrid live-action/animated feature film in a world of building blocks.
Warner Bros, the studio behind Harry Potter and Batman franchises that have also had individual Lego video games is banking on Lego now being the next big movie tentpole.
Australian-based firm Animal Logic (Happy Feet, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole) will handle the animation for the film, which the trade says will be 80% animation and is slated for a 2014 release.
"Plot details for Lego -- an action-adventure set in the Lego world -- remain under wraps," according to Variety. "Casting for the live-action characters is set to begin in January."
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" will write and direct the movie. Along with, Robot Chicken's Chris Mckay, Co-directing.
More details are expected at a press conference in Australia next week.