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CBS Films now own the film rights to Deus Ex

The Deus Ex: Human Revolution filming rights have just been acquired by CBS Films. Square Enix and Eidos Montreal will be working closely with the production team of the movie to help keep everything in … The post CBS Films now own the film rights to Deus Ex appeared first on That VideoGame Blog.
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