After the successful saga of Sonic in the movies and on television, sega is hungrier for movie titles, and in association with Picturstart, will release two new films related to two 90s games: ‘Space Channel 5’ and ‘Comix Zone’.
The information was released by The Hollywood Reporter:
«Channel 5a comedy/dance adaptation of the 1999 dance game cult classic, will tell the story of a down-on-his-luck fast-food worker who is recruited by a freedom reporter from the future to save the world from aliens using the only thing he has. unites all the people on the planet: our love for silly viral dances, “says the synopsis presented by THR.
Channel 5 is being written by Barry Battles and Nir Paniry.
zone, an adaptation of the cult console game, follows a jaded comic book creator and a young queer African-American writer who, when sucked into the latest issue of his popular series, must put their differences aside to prevent a dangerous supervillain from tearing them apart. complete destruction. In the process, they artfully explore the ever-evolving art of storytelling itself.”
Zone will be written by Mae Catt, whose credits include writing on the Emmy-winning DC animated series Young Justiceand the derivative series from How to Train Your Dragon, Dragons: The Nine Realm.