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Ghost Of Tsushima TV series teased alongside movie

Ghost Of Tsushima TV series teased alongside movie

The Ghost of Tsushima movie director has teased that he'd be open to the idea of expanding the source material into future films or shows.

Of all the video game adaptations currently in the works, the Ghost of Tsushima movie might be the most exciting.

The film is being directed by John Wick director Chad Stahelski, who’s hoping that the adaptation will be able to “not only live up to but exceed what the game has done with its visuals”. When you consider how many gamers consider Ghost of Tsushima to have the most beautiful world out of any video game, the movie has got some big boots to fill.

Take a look at the trailer for Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut below.

In a new interview with Comic Book Movie, Stahelski spoke more about the upcoming film, and teased that he might be doing more with the source material than one single feature-length movie.

“It's just the visuals I want to keep,” Stahelski said. “It’s just how do I pack that much information into a feature that can go on to other features or a TV project or platform for that?”

He continued: “We know we have great material. It's how to make it palpable in any platform, you know, how do we make a great two, two and a half hour movie out of this? Make it satisfying and leave it open to expand further from there, like that's the real challenge is how to take so much great and get it down to a watchable level.”

So, he’s definitely up for sequels or spinoffs happening later down the line, it seems. Interestingly, it was previously claimed by an insider that a Ghost of Tsushima anime series could be in the works - this could even be what Stahelski was referring to when he mentioned making the movie in a way that leaves it “open to expand further”. This is pure speculation, of course, but it sounds like the film won’t be the last we see of Jin Sakai.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Ghost Of Tsushima, TV And Film