SEGA News Bits: Shinobi movie adaptation reaction

Way back in December 2014 it was announced that SEGA was planning to move many of their classic franchises into the realms of movies and television. Stories International, a joint venture between SEGA and Hakuhodo DY Group launched in 2011, would manage and maintain these brands and work with external studios and creatives to make SEGA franchise based movies a reality. Now, we have news that Shinobi is the first of these SEGA franchises heading to the big screen with Marc Platt (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Drive, Josie and the Pussycats) and cohort Adam Siegel producing. In this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry break down the story, take a look at Platt and Siegel’s background in the motion picture industry, and speculate how a Shinobi movie might play out.

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One response to “SEGA News Bits: Shinobi movie adaptation reaction

  1. Sega Shammy says:

    I would absolutely love if Sega brought back the composers who brought us the soundtrack for Kunoichi or Nightshade to do the soundtrack score for the new film, . Its hands down one my favorite soundtracks created for a Sega game aside from the Revenge of Shinobi ost.

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