Logorama guys tackle Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon video game?

Filmmakers Francois Alaux and Herve de Crecy, the guys behind the Oscar-winning animated short film LOGORAMA, are in fact taking a crack at popular video game shooter "Ghost Recon"... but not as a feature-length film.

Instead, the duo will be making a twenty minute live-action film as a way of promoting Ubisoft's latest installment in the shooter franchise, "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier".

Writing the film will be CHILDREN OF MEN scribe Tim Sexton. The project will apparently be a prequel of sorts, telling the story that leads up to the events of the video game itself which deals with a group of U.S. Special Forces soldiers (duh). The Ubisoft-funded project is reportedly budgeted between $8 million-$10 million. RSA, Ridley and Tony Scott’s commercial and music video company, is producing.

The "Future Solider" video game is currently set to be released in time for Christmas.
Extra Tidbit: Ubisoft has done this before with the live-action prequel short "Assassin's Creed: Lineage", which you can check out RIGHT HERE.
Source: THR



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