As if Sony Films and Playstation Studios haven’t experienced enough worldwide success with their latest video game adaptation Uncharted, they’re going at it with full force by bringing on Takashi Doscher as the new writer for their latest feature film Ghost of Tsushima, according to an exclusive from Deadline, Doscher has signed on to write the screenplay for Sony’s latest videogame adaptation, which has experienced a ton of success in the gaming industry with 8M copies sold worldwide (2.4M sold within 3 days of release).
Takashi Doscher will write the #GhostofTsushima adapted film for Sony with Chad Stahleski set to direct
— Geek Vibes Nation (@GeekVibesNation) April 12, 2022
Ghost of Tsushima took the world by storm at the Game Awards 2020 with multiple nominations for Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Art Direction*insert trophy earned sound here*, Best Action/Adventure, Best Narrative, Best Audio Design, and Best Performer for Daisuke Tsuji.
Doscher’s recent bodies of work include a romantic sci-fi romance titled Only, starring Freida Pinto and Leslie Odom Jr, and is currently working on his debut screenplay titled Blue, which is a twist on a Japanese monster movie, that’s currently in production with AGBO and MGM studios.
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