Sep 28, 2016 11:02 AM EDT
'Fruit Ninja' To Be Adapted Into A Movie By New Line; 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Adds Nazis?
A famous mobile app game, "Fruit Ninja" finally gets a movie adaptation. New Line got the rights to make a film for this game app.
It is true. The popular mobile game app will have its movie. Producer Tripp Vinson of Vinson Films reunites with New Line to make a movie adaptation for "Fruit Ninja," The Hollywood Reporter confirmed. New Line was able to get the rights film rights to the game, which involves slicing different pieces of fruit.
Maybe some movigoers will ask if how the writers of " How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack," J.P. Lavin and Chad Damiani, will make the mobile game into a movie. Well, take a look at "Angry Birds" movie. Although the movie with the 73 million USD budget only got 43% score at Rotten Tomatoes, it garnered 346.4 million USD at the box office.
Since "Angry Birds" movie, which is also based on mobile game with the same name, was successful at the box office, hopefully, "Fruit Ninja" would make it as well.
Meanwhile, Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight" apparently will include Nazis as it teased a Nazis imagery. After this report spread, and the Nazis imagery appeared online, Bay received backlash, according to Hit Fix.
After a series of backlash from the internet, the "Transformers" director responded. Bay explained why Nazis are included in the movie.
Bay said, the World War Two prime minister is a "big hero" in the next installment of "Transformers" movie. The director is confident with his movie. He said Winston Churchill "would be smiling" if he saw this movie, BBC reported.
"People have not been fortunate enough to read the script and they don't know that Churchill in this movie is a big hero," Bay said.
"Transformers: The Last Knight" is the fifth installment was reported may include a time-travel adventure. "Transformers: Age of Extinction" actors, Josh Duhamel ("Safe Haven"), Mark Wahlberg ("Ted"), Stanley Tucci ("The Lovely Bones"), and Tyrese Gibson ("Furious 7") will return for the sequel.
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