And despite ostensibly being dead and buried, it just won't die. A group of producers associated with The Fast and The Furious scooped up the film rights. That was over a year ago. Not a problem normally. Rights get scooped up all the time without ever producing a movie (despite having a star attached). And when I had forgotten all about it said star, Donnie Yen, goes ahead and posts this to his Insta.
I like Donnie Yen. I think I've seen his entire catalog aside from his appearances in Hollywood productions, but he's wa-ay too old for the role. They're going to have to do some interesting things to change the story. I'm game, though. I'd like to see a Hong Kong production with a Hollywood budget.
I'd still rather have a sequel. The stuff United Front wanted to do had a lot of potential.
In other news, I picked up this:
I don't know why though. I've got a stack of games to get through including The Witcher that include a hundred hour time sink. All this while being waist deep in this:
Currently playing Far Cry 5 and Jurassic World Evolution. Trying to alternate between them both right now, get a decent amount of time playing them... I would like to say im pretty far on the first region in Far Cry 5 right now.