Country: United States
Category: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Release Date: 13 April, 2018
Director: Brad Peyton
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Malin Akerman
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 140 minutes
Box Office: $?
"Rampage" The Australian division of the entertainment portal IGN has an interesting interview with director Brad Peyton, who is responsible for directing the film Rampage. A translation into the cinema of a series of classic video games in which we embodied gigantic creatures competing to tear down cities faster than their rivals.
"Many times the studios try to adapt video games that have massive numbers of followers When you try to adapt something that has a very deep plot or characters so specific, you are bound to offer something very specific," said Peyton on the challenges of trying to offer something a little different and that adapts to another medium such as cinema to overcome that curse of video games. "Achieving it is a very difficult challenge because, as a player, I know I'm the hero, it's a very immersive medium, so all that makes it very difficult to try to offer something different to what already exists.
#4 A great release date: 13 April, 2018
The goal of this film, always according to Peyton's words, is to be a fun play in which they make sure that monsters "are capable of frightening". "I think the most entertaining thing is to surprise people, how to do it, offering people something over which they have no control over what is going to happen next." Rampage, remember, is starring Dwayne Johnson, Malin Akerman and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and will hit the Spanish billboards on April 20 of this year 2018.
There is a long history of bad adaptations of video games to the cinema. Brad Peyton, director of the Rampage film, said he recently learned of this alleged "curse" and spoke on the subject and what we can expect in his film. During his meeting with IGN, the creative said that one of his primary objectives is to make a movie entertaining and that he never lost sight of the original title.
"Rampage" "My ultimate goal in this movie was to really remind them that monsters are terrifying, but that movies about them should be fun, and with these films, the challenge is to be constantly unpredictable and entertaining at all times. And I think the most entertaining thing is What you just can not see what will come next, "said the director, Peyton wants the film to transcend and not be considered just an adaptation of a video game, for it hopes that the cast of the film will help greatly.