The creator of the movie "San Andreas Rift" Brad Peyton intends to continue his collaboration with Dwayne Johnson, inviting the latter in the adaptation of the popular in the past 8-bit game "Rampage". This is reported by the publication Deadline.
The plot of the movie adaptation, which is supervised by the New Line studio, is kept secret, it is only known that Johnson's hero will have to fight three monsters appearing in the game. Filming is expected to begin after Dwayne Johnson completes work on Fast and Furious 8.
Recall that the game "Rampage" was released by Midway Games in the 80s of the last century. The plot was built around three people who mutated into a giant lizard, a werewolf and a gorilla, and began to methodically destroy the city's landmarks, while simultaneously fighting off the attacking military. After the destruction of the next settlement, the player moved to another level. In 2009, the Warner Bros. acquired the rights to movie "Rampage" for $ 33 million.
The last Peyton and Johnson collaboration at the time of this writing, the San Andreas Rift disaster movie, has not shown outstanding results worldwide, earning $ 460 million on a $ 110 million budget.
The Topic of Article: Dwayne Johnson was recruited into the 8-bit adaptation.