Crossfire Movie Adaptation Coming From Sony

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2020

Both Moritz and Hogan have previously worked on such movies.

Due to its vast popularity with 1 billion registered players worldwide, it became the most-played game in the world by player count of all time.

Crossfire is free-to-play first-person shooter which features two mercenary corporations: the Black List and Global Risk, who are fighting against each other.

It's very important. Now, we know that the film adaptation of Crossfire It will be co-produced and co-financed by Tencent Pictures, the film distribution and production subsidiary of Tencent Holdings. Here's hoping it works for them, because they need some hits and I don't want to see them get swallowed up by a bigger entertainment conglomerate any time soon. The movie was originally announced in 2015 with Fast and Furious producer Neal H. Mortiz and script by Chuck Hogan. Moritz and the studio have a long-standing relationship that includes the "21 Jump Street" franchise and the upcoming "Bloodshot" adaptation starring Vin Diesel.

Smilegate & # 39; s Crossfire It may not be a familiar name in the West, but it is incredibly popular in China and South Korea.

Smilegate claims that Crossfire has 1 billion registered users and up to 6 million concurrent players. And, its electronic sports league enjoys an audience of approximately 20 million people per event.

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