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Activision Blizzard has found a screenwriter for the movie on the game Call of Duty

The company Activision Blizzard Studios continues to work on the adaptation of the game series Call of Duty. While the production of the film is at an early stage, however, the project has already got a screenwriter. According to Variety, they will be Joe Robert Cole, who worked on The Black Panther, previously Stefano Sollima (Killer 2) was invited to take the place of the director of the movie Call of Duty.

That will be a picture is still unknown. Last year, Stacy Cher from Activision Blizzard said that Call of Duty can be submitted as a classic film about the war (Modern Warfare), as a “history in history” (Black Ops) or come up with a hybrid.

Call of Duty games can only become the basis of the film, the company does not plan to transfer any of the parts to 100%.

It is worth noting that in 2012, the head of Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotyk, said that the company wouldnever film the popular Call of Duty series.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] The head of Activision Blizzard, Bobby Kotick, said that the company would never film the popular Call of Duty series. According to him, several large studios made a proposal to make a film based on the events described in the popular game, but all of them were refused. According to Kitty, the film adaptation is too rarely obtained so as to get positive feedback from the fans of the games themselves. This, according to Activision Blizzard’s top manager, has a negative impact on the brand, reports The New York Times. “He is very careful then in such matters,” – said earlier Bruce Haq, who served as head of the company Vivendi Games before it was absorbed by Activision. Many companies strive to “squeeze” all the juices out of the brand, while Bobby Kotick is set up to keep him “healthy” and prevent the cost from falling due to poor screen adaptation. [/perfectpullquote]

 According to him, the screen versions are rarely of high quality.

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