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Strider... strode to the top of the PS4 charts on PlayStation Store this month, with Thief, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and Tomb Raider Definitive Edition nipping at its heels. Minecraft is sittin' pretty at number one on PS3, but Castle...Show More Summary
Fresh off of the success of "The LEGO Movie," Warner Bros. has optioned the film rights to the popular video game "Minecraft." Could a "Minecraft" film actually be a hit?
It's probably not a coincidence that Warner Bros. is rushing ahead with a movie based on the mega-popular online game Minecraft, right after Lego Movie became one of the year's biggest films. But will a Minecraft film capture what's so great about the game? Read more...
Following in the footsteps of the hit film The Lego Movie, Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to the popular video game Minecraft The game's creator Markus ‘Notch’ Persson broke the news via Twitter on Thursday Someone is trying leak the fact that we're working with Warner Brothers on a potential Minecraft Movie. Show More Summary
Considering that The LEGO Movie has already grossed $280.5M in three weeks, this shouldn't come as a surprise. In addition to Minecraft creator Notch's tweet, rumors are circulating that Warner Bros has approached The LEGO Movie producer Roy Lee for the project. Would you see a Minecraft movie?
Warner Bros doesn’t seem to have Sony’s problems with franchising after the success of Lord & Miller’s The LEGO Movie. They seem to have found a way to compare apples to apples and tapped LEGO producers Roy Lee and Jill Messick … Continue reading ? The post ‘LEGO’ Producers Acquire ‘Minecraft’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Encouraged by the way The Lego Movie remains firmly lodged in the American consciousness like an adorable choking hazard, Warner Bros. has set about making another movie based on popular bricks. No, not adobe; despite their practicality, they’re far too aesthetically unpleasant and susceptible to earthquakes. Show More Summary
Minecraft is heading to the big screen. After the jaw-dropping success of The Lego Movie—which has raked in $280.5 million worldwide since its release three weeks ago—Warner Bros. has made moves to turn another beloved franchise into a movie by buying the rights to the incredibly popular game. Show More Summary
A film version of Minecraft is in development at Warner Bros., a new report has revealed. Warner recently acquired the rights to Minecraft on the big-screen and is designing a live-action movie, Deadline writes. The Lego Movie producer Roy Lee will help develop the project. Show More Summary
Following hot on The Lego Movie's knobby little heels, Warner Bros. has purchased the rights to make a Minecraft movie. In fact, Lego Movie producer Roy Lee is even working on it. In case you're unfamiliar with the wildly-popular Swedish open world game, Minecraft allows players to interact in a... More »
Producer Roy Lee to tackle MINECRAFT, based on the popular video game developed by Markus Persson and Mojang AB. Read the full article on AICN Papa Vinyard here, now here's a little somethin' for ya... Someone is trying leak the fact that we're working with Warner Brothers on a potential Minecraft Movie. Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time before it happened, and now it is upon us. The folks at Warner Bros. have decided that, with the success of their Lego movie, there is another building-block property that deserves a chance at the big screen. And that property is none-other-than Minecraft. WB nabbed up the rights […]
The producer of The Lego Movie has been linked to the project.
The mega hit video game franchise Minecraft is the next game to be featured as a major motion picture, according to Deadline. The rights to the game were bought by Warner Bros., which is coming off of their blockbuster hit The Lego Movie. The film based on the beloved building blocks has grossed over $279 [...]
Markus Persson, creator of the highly successful Minecraft confirmed the Minecraft movie is in the works with Warner Bros. on the heels of the LEGO Movie. Minecraft is one of the most widely recognized and distributed video games on the market. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. and 'LEGO Movie' producer Roy Lee are bringing the 'Minecraft' video game to the big screen - in live-action, no less. The post ‘Minecraft’ Live-Action Movie in the Works from ‘LEGO Movie’ Producer appeared first on Screen Rant.
Minecraft creator Markus Persson just tweeted that he's working with Warner Bros. on a Minecraft movie, so the Internet is probably about to explode. No doubt Warner is excited about this after the success that is The LEGO Movie, so a Minecraft movie seems like a no-brainer.
Warner Bros. and 'The Lego Movie' producer Roy Lee are looking to create another family blockbuster.
After bringing us The LEGO Movie, Warner Bros. has picked up the rights to another building block property with the intention of crafting a feature film. Deadline has word that the studio has picked up Minecraft, the popular building block video game from Sweden. Show More Summary