You may recall that someone recently cut together a six-hour online movie version of The Last of Us video game, but if you’re still jonesing for more, this latest news about a possible big screen adaptation should be right up your alley.
Per IGN, Sony has registered a pair of website domain names that suggest a movie adaptation of its hit PS3 exclusive The Last of Us (review here) might be – big might be – under consideration.
The domains TheLastOfUs-Movie.com and TheLastOfUsMovie.net were both registered on November 25th by Sony’s online brand protection agency, MarkMonitor, while the registrant’s email has a Sony Pictures address.
So, take that for what you will, and look for more as/if it comes.
About the Game
The Last of Us tells the story of Joel, a survivor of the savage cordyceps virus infection which has plunged the USA into a chillingly-authentic post-apocalyptic hell. He embarks on a cross-America trip with a precious cargo, Ellie, leaving the relative safety of the quarantine zone where they will encounter fierce mutated husks and crazed survivors. From the award-winning team behind Uncharted, Crash Bandicoot, and Jak and Daxter, The Last of Us delivers a gritty, cinematic experience interspersed with genuine survival-action to deliver a compelling and unique gaming experience. In addition, The Last of Us features a brand new online multiplayer, featuring XP-levelling and in-game currency to purchase upgrades and weapons.
To learn more, visit the official The Last of Us website.
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