Dune and Star Wars Oscar Isaac Cast as Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid Movie • .net

Kong: Skull Island’s Jordan Vogt-Roberts is still at the helm.

Warner Bros.’s longtime film Metal Gear Solid seems to be finally heading in the right direction. The deadline reports that Oscar Isaac (recently seen on the big screen as a Star Wars Poda Melon) was cast as the iconic Lead Solid Snake.

Kings of Summer and Kong: Jordan Vogt-Roberts, director of Skull Island (and self-proclaimed Metal Gear Solid Fan), has been so attached to the film for so long that he continues to lead the project-he first buys on board Was Warner Brothers returned in 2014.

Of course, the history of Metal Gear movies goes a long way back. Hideo Kojima first shared the words of the film adaptation of his famous stealth action franchise in 2006, but also to famous names like Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, and even acclaimed director Paul Thomas Anderson. Nonetheless, little progress has been made in the next few years, linked to the project at once.

Oscar Isaac as a Poda Melon in a recent Star Wars trilogy.

But it’s gaining momentum since the introduction of Arad Productions in 2012 (linking to dozens of Marvel movies and next year’s Uncharted adaptations). In fact, Vogt-Roberts made fun of the Metal Gear movie in May and shared the concept. A new codec video starring the work of Visual Effects Studio ILM and the original Snake, David Hater.

According to Deadline, it hasn’t yet been announced when the shoot will finally begin, but Isaac’s involvement (strangely, Expressed interest very publicly (In last year’s Snake play) could make the project a Warner Bros. priority. Meanwhile, Isaac will appear next year with the long-awaited Dune adaptation of Dennis Villeneuve.

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