While the developers at Night dive studios continue working on the remake of their classic hit horror game, System shock, Binge.com has assembled the team that will create an action movie for him! To fix everything, they hired Greg Russo as screenwriter and director of the film. See How Russo Just Wrote New Line Cinema’s 2021 Hit Movie mortal combatthere are high hopes that this will be a great take on the game.
The Binge website is the highly anticipated streaming platform that creates series and original shows inspired by popular video games. Thanks to their efforts and the talent of Russo, there is certainly something to look forward to the System shock movie. Additionally, he will also work directly with NightDive Studios on the project. Specifically, he will work with the CEO and Founder of NightDive Stephen Kick and Binge Allan Ungar. Here’s what they all had to say about the project.
Russian: “I’m honored to have the opportunity to work alongside the fantastic team at Binge and Nightdive Studios to bring the iconic System Shock franchise to life. I’ve been waiting for the right opportunity to make my directorial debut, and I finally found it.
Ungar: “Greg is an extremely talented screenwriter who has unparalleled knowledge and passion for the game. His artistic approach to storytelling and deep understanding of the source material will no doubt delight fans about this new franchise. have on board and we look forward to sharing his vision with audiences around the world.
Kick: “I always believed that a live-action adaptation of System Shock would be the perfect way to tell the harrowing story of Citadel Station and its rogue AI that subjects the crew to unimaginable horror. Starring Greg Russo and the rest from the talented team at Binge behind the wheel, our excitement for the live series has only grown stronger. We can’t wait to see what grotesqueness and scares lie ahead!”
Once the System shock live action movie is finished, it is planned to stream exclusively on the Binge platform. For now, we’ll just have to wait for a trailer to see how successful they’ll be, but it’d be hard to argue that the pieces are all there to make it happen.