List of films in development hell

List of films in development hell

This is a list of films in development hell.

Uncertain production status

"Revenge of the Nerds" remake

Fox Atomic's original first project was a remake of 1984's "Revenge of the Nerds". The film was supposed to be released in 2006, but in November of '06 was put away by Fox Atomic executives. The film was to star Ryan Pinkston, Nick Zano, Efren Ramirez ("Napoleon Dynamite"), Dan Byrd ("A Cinderella Story"), Jenna Dewan ("Step Up"), Chris Marquette, and Adam Brody.

"Fatal Frame"

A movie for the survival horror video game was announced to be made by John Rogers of DreamWorks SKG in 2002. [ [ Fatal Frame ] ] The movie had been slated to start filming in 2006 in Japan, though there has been no such news concerning it as of now. Many fan sites tipped Courtney Webb to play the lead heroine, although she has recently changed talent agencies and has since been led away from the project, Courtney Webb's company said she officially was dropping her interest in pursuing the project [ [ Beyond The Camera's Lens ] ] .

"Fahrenheit 451"

In July 1994, a new film adaptation of "Fahrenheit 451" began development with the studio Warner Bros. and actor Mel Gibson, who planned to star in the lead role. Scripts were written by Bradbury, Tony Puryear, and Terry Hayes.cite news | author=Timothy M. Gray | url= | title=Confessions from the crypt | publisher=Variety | date=2001-01-10 | accessdate=2007-07-27 ] With the project estimated to be expensive and Gibson believing himself too old to portray the film's protagonist Guy Montag,cite news | author=Michael Fleming | url= | title=Darabont stokes flames for '451' | publisher=Variety | date=2001-02-01 | accessdate=2007-07-27 ] the actor decided in 1997 to instead direct the film. By 1999, he had planned to begin filming with actor Brad Pitt in the lead role, but Gibson was forced to postpone due to Pitt's unavailability. Actor Tom Cruise was also approached for the lead role, but a deal was never made. According to Gibson, there was difficulty in finding a script that would be appropriate for the film, and that with the advent of computers, the concept of book-burning in a futuristic period may no longer work.

In February 2001, the project was revived as director Frank Darabont entered negotiations with Warner Bros. to rewrite Terry Hayes's script and direct the film. Gibson was confirmed to be involved only as a producer, and Darabont planned to complete the script by the end of 2002. [cite news | author= | url= | title=Darabont Warms Up "Fahrenheit" | publisher=Sci Fi Wire | date=2002-04-29 | accessdate=2007-07-27 ] In July 2004, Darabont said that he had completed the script and hoped to begin filming "Fahrenheit 451" after completing a script for "". [cite news | author=Brian Linder | url= | title=Darabont Talks "451" | publisher=IGN | date=2004-07-29 | accessdate=2007-07-27 ] Darabont did not begin "Fahrenheit 451" immediately, instead going on to direct "The Mist". The director said in November 2006 that he would do long-term preparation work for "Fahrenheit 451" while filming "The Mist" and hoped that he would begin filming after "The Mist" was completed. [cite news | author=Devin Faraci | url= | title=PLAY THE MIST FOR ME... DOUBLETIME | | date=2006-11-07 | accessdate=2007-07-27 ]

In August 2007, Darabont expressed his intent to film "Fahrenheit 451" in the summer of 2008, and that he would place the story's setting in an "intentionally nebulous" future, approximately 50 years from the contemporary period. Darabont planned to keep certain elements from the book, such as the mechanical hound, in the film. The director did not comment on rumors of Tom Hanks as Guy Montag. The director said that the protagonist had been cast and would be announced soon. [cite news | author=Shawn Adler | url= | title='Fahrenheit 451' Director Insists Book Is 'More Relevant Today,' Hopes To Shoot Adaptation In 2008 | publisher=MTV | date=2007-08-08 | accessdate=2007-08-09 ] The following November, the director confirmed Hanks's involvement with the film and described the actor to be "the perfect embodiment of the regular guy". [cite news | author=Shawn Adler | url= | title=Tom Hanks Wants To Star In 'Fahrenheit 451,' Director Says | publisher=MTV | date=2007-11-09 | accessdate=2008-04-03 ] In March 2008, Hanks withdrew from the film, citing prior commitments as the reason. Darabont is now looking for a new lead, explaining the difficulty, "It needs to be somebody like [Hanks] who has the ability to trigger a greenlight but is also the right guy for the part. It's a narrow target. It's a short list of people." [cite news | author=Josh Horowitz | url= | title=BREAKING: Tom Hanks Drops Out Of 'Fahrenheit 451' | publisher=MTV | date=2008-03-28 | accessdate=2008-04-03 ] There has been no information on the film since.

"Les Misérables"

Although numerous films of the "Les Misérables" story have been made, no adaptation of the musical has yet been produced. A film adaptation of the musical has been in development, on and off, since the late 1980s. Alan Parker was reported to be attached to the adaptation at an early stage. [cite web |url=,6115,315865_7%7C21786%7C%7C0_0_,00.html|title=|accessdate=2007-07-07] In 1992, Cameron Mackintosh announced that the movie would be directed by Bruce Beresford and co-produced by Tri-Star Pictures, [cite web |url=|title=|accessdate=2007-07-07 ] but this project was abandoned some time later. After several years in development hell interest was renewed in late 2005, [cite web |url=|title= |accessdate=2007-07-07] though as of 2008, no concrete details have come to light.

"Ghostbusters 3: Hellbent"

Originally mentioned by Dan Aykroyd in the early 1990s, the project has been surrounded by several rumors aroused and confirmed by Aykroyd several times. Eventually, Dan Aykroyd confirmed that the project, which had two drafts of a script similar to the premise of the series "Extreme Ghostbusters" was not going to happen, due to Bill Murray not wanting another sequel. In 2007, a "Ghostbusters" video game was confirmed for a fall 2008 release, with Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, to spread interest of a third film. Though Aykroyd also mentioned the possibility of a third film, unrelated to this script, being done in CGI. The plot supposedly involves the Ghostbusters fighting ghosts in hell. But on July 30 2008 it was reported that the game was delayed till 2009. With Sony Pictures stating "this has presented [Sony Pictures Consumer Products] with an opportunity to reevaluate the game release marketing strategy to potentially coincide with the 25th anniversary of the original film in '09." Activision and Sony Pictures are looking for another publisher. [ Ghostbusters game delayed to 2009, but who's publishing it?] ]


Based on Stephen Marlowe's "The Death and Life of Miguel de Cervantes", a fictional autobiography of the famous 16th century Spanish soldier, poet, playwright, and novelist who wrote Don Quixote.


After the success of , Stanley Kubrick planned a large-scale biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte. He did much research, read books about the French Emperor, and wrote a preliminary screenplay. With assistants, he meticulously created a card-catalogue of the places and deeds of Napoleon's inner circle during its operative years. Kubrick scouted locations, planning to film large portions of the story in the historical places where Napoleon's life occurred.

In notes to his financial backers, preserved in The Kubrick Archives, Kubrick told them he was unsure how his Napoleon film would turn out, but that he expected to create 'the best movie ever made.' Ultimately, the project was cancelled for three reasons: (i) the prohibitive costliness of location filming; (ii) the release, in the West, of Sergei Bondarchuk's epic film version of Leo Tolstoy's novel "War and Peace" (1968), and (iii) the commercial failure of Bondarchuk's Napoleon-themed film "Waterloo" (1970). Stanley Kubrick's screenplay for this film has been published on the Internet. Much of his historical research would influence "Barry Lyndon" (1975), set in the late eighteenth century, just before Napoleon's wars.


A film based on the novel has been mired in development hell since 1997. Recent reports state that the film was slated for a 2008 or 2009 release date and was to be made by New Line Cinema who recently bought the rights from Steve Alten. As of October, 2007, the rights are Alten's and the film is once again in development hell.Fact|date=June 2008


A live-action movie version of the video game series "Metroid" was reportedly in development by Lion Rock Productions, based around main protagonist Samus Aran, along with her early battles with one of the antagonists, Mother Brain, and Metroids. This production was alleged to have an intended release in 2006. [ [ Metroid movie in the works? - GameCube News at GameSpot ] ] A second attempt was supposedly being made by Hollywood director John Woo, [ "John Woo Bringing Metroid to the Big Screen"] though there have been no recent updates on any progress made. In an issue of Nintendo Dream Magazine, producer Yoshio Sakamoto stated that there was no plan to begin production of the film. [ [;title;0 Metroid movie in limbo - GameCube News at GameSpot ] ]

"Police Academy 8"

Plans were in motion for an eighth "Police Academy" film to be released in 2007 after a 13 year absence. Says series creator Paul Maslansky: "I felt it was time to start again. I saw that "Starsky & Hutch" and a number of other revivals were doing really well. "Police Academy" has such a great history, so I thought, 'Why not?'" [ [ Cinema Confidential News: 07/08/04 - New "Police Academy" movie in the works ] ] . Leslie Easterbrook and Marion Ramsey mentioned that filming for the next "Police Academy" film was due to start shooting in summer 2006 for a release in 2007. The film was shelved (cancelled) in October 2006. Easterbrook went on to mention that there was still hope for a direct-to-DVD sequel. [ [ Police Academy shuts down] ] The film has not been heard of since then.

"Escape from Earth"

This was a proposed second sequel often mentioned by John Carpenter and Kurt Russell in interviews prior to the release of "Escape from L.A." The concept was that Earth was the only place left for Plissken to escape. After "Escape from L.A." failed to attract much business, the project never materialized. With the upcoming remake of the original movie, a third movie is very doubtful.

According to a March 12, 2007 article in "Variety" magazine, Gerard Butler was close to signing a deal where he would play Snake Plissken in a remake of Carpenter's movie. Neal Moritz was to produce and Ken Nolan was to write the screenplay which would combine an original story for Plissken with the story from the 1981 movie, although Carpenter has hinted that the film might be a prequel.

An article in the Hollywood Reporter revealed that New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to the film from co-rights holder StudioCanal, who will control the European rights, and Carpenter, who will serve as an executive producer and is quoted as saying:

"Snake is one of my fondest creations. Kurt Russell did an incredible job, and it would be fun to see someone else try."

Russell has recently commented on the remake and his thoughts on the casting of Butler as Plissken:

"I will say that when I was told who was going to play Snake Plissken, my initial reaction was 'Oh, man!' [Russell winces] . I do think that character was quintessentially one thing. And that is, American." Len Wiseman was attached to direct but he dropped out of the project and rumors were that Brett Ratner would helm the film.

Since Ratner has not formally committed to the new project, the identity of the director is as yet unclear. The studio has brought Jonathan Mostow in to rewrite, with an option to direct.

In addition, Gerard Butler has bowed out of his role, claiming "creative differences".

"Rendezvous with Rama"

Morgan Freeman has expressed his desire to produce a film adaption based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel "Rendezvous with Rama" through his production company, Revelations Entertainment. Dealing with difficulties in procuring funding for the movie [ [ Sci Fi Wire - The News Service of the Sci Fi Channel ] ] , the film's release date was upgraded in February 2007 to the year 2009. David Fincher is still listed as its director. [ [ Revelations Entertainment ] ]

"Breaking Glass"

A sequel to the 1980 Hazel O'Connor film "Breaking Glass" was filmed in 2002, to be released alongside the DVD release of the original film. When the DVD was eventually cancelled, the film was put on hold and is still waiting for a release date. According to Hazel's website, she was not asked to appear in the sequel, which was set in the late 1980s when the band is brought back together for a reunion album and tour.

"The Six Million Dollar Man"

Originally optioned during the mid-1990s; Kevin Smith being amongst the writers who have submitted treatments. After Jim Carrey became attached to the film, the direction of the film changed to become more comedic and ironic. No finalized script has been reached at this time.

"Tremors 5"

In 2005, S.S. Wilson reported that a script for a fifth "Tremors" film had been written, but they were looking for financial backing. [ [ Tremors 5 written, but looking for backing] ] . Also, on the official Stampede Entertainment website, they stated that Universal Studios owned the script written by S.S. Wilson, and as they were no longer interested in the series, "Tremors 5" seems very unlikely. [ [ Questions about Tremors 5] at the official Stampede Entertainment website]

"Red Dwarf"

Since 1999, Doug Naylor has been attempting to make a feature length version of the show. Naylor has written a final draft of the script and flyers began circulating around certain websites. The flyer was genuine and had been distributed by Winchester Films to market the movie overseas. The film is set in the distant future where Homo Sapienoids, a fearsome flesh-machine hybrid race, have taken over the solar system and are wiping out the human race. Spaceships that try to escape Earth are hunted down until only one remains... Red Dwarf.

Naylor had scouted Australia to get an idea of locations and finance costs, with pre-production beginning in 2004 and filming planned for 2005. However finding sufficient funding has been difficult. Naylor explained at a Red Dwarf Dimension Jump convention that the film has been rejected by people stating that they think it's funny, but it's not what they're looking for at the moment. The BBC had also rejected the idea and the British Film Council rejected the film on the grounds that they deemed it as "too commercial".

"Star Blazers"

In the mid 1990s, Walt Disney Pictures picked up the rights to make a live action movie based on the 1970s Japanese animated series "Space Battleship Yamato"by Leiji Matsumoto. Ironically planned as a "Rockem Sockem All-American" action film, development was stalled and eventually dropped. "American Pie" creators Benderspink have announced they had purchased the rights in 2006, but no further production news has occurred since.


Peter Jackson expressed interest in producing and doing the special effects for a movie based on the popular Halo game series. A script was written, but was then re-written soon after. Rumors circulated that the film had been picked up by a studio, and that Denzel Washington would play the film's main character, the Master Chief. However these rumors were untrue. Both 20th Century Fox and Universal Pictures were considering backing the movie, but both decided against it. The newest script is said to focus not on the Master Chief, but instead on the Marines and other soldiers fighting by his side. This is supposedly because of the Chief's seemingly inhuman feel and the fact that his face is never seen (Similar to what happened to Snake Eyes in the original G.I. Joe cartoon series. He played an important role in the Marvel Comics comic book, but the writers of the show didn't like to use him because of his full face mask and complete silence). Peter Jackson has said that he is still interested in making the movie, if a studio will finance it.

"Last Days of Coney Island"

The project was first announced on Ralph Bakshi's official website. . [cite web |url= |title=Re: Your Project with John K. |accessdate=2007-06-04 |last=Bakshi |first=Ralph |authorlink= |coauthors= |date= |year= |month= |format= |work= |publisher=Ralph Bakshi Forum |pages= |language= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote= ] Bakshi had previously pitched the film to major studios such as Pixar and DreamWorks, but was unable to find anyone who wanted to take on the project. Since being announced the film has gotten a lot of interest, but no official funding. According to Bakshi, "I had about eight minutes of film and a completed script. I thought budget was a slam dunk. For a Bakshi comeback film, it seemed like a no-brainer. [...] I asked one guy [in Hollywood] , 'Should I have a budget of $150 million and pocket the rest?' He said, 'Yeah, but you have to make it PG.'"cite web |url= |title=Pixels to the people |accessdate=2007-06-04 |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |date=September 24, 2006 |year= |month= |format= |work= |publisher=The Boston Globe |pages= |language= |archiveurl= |archivedate= |quote= ] Bakshi ended the production to rethink his approach towards the film. Its current production status is uncertain.cite web |url= |title="The Bat Segundo Show" #214: Interview with Ralph Bakshi |accessdate=2008-06-25 |last=Segundo |first=Bat |coauthors= |date=May 21, 2008 |work= |publisher=Edward Champion's Reluctant Habits]

"Untitled Prequel to Who Framed Roger Rabbit"

A prequel entitled "Roger Rabbit II: Toon Platoon" was planned in 1992. Set in 1940, the script had Roger expose the manager of the radio station that Jessica works at as a Nazi spy. However, having made "Schindler's List", Spielberg rejected making a film with cartoonish Nazis in it. "Who Discovered Roger Rabbit" was being written in 1994 by Sherri Stoner and Deanna Oliver, which focused on Roger looking for his mother during the Great Depression. Alan Menken volunteered to serve as executive producer and wrote five songs for what was conceived as a parody of classic Hollywood musicals. (One of the songs, "This Only Happens in the Movies," was recorded in 2008 on the debut album of Broadway actress Kerry Butler.) [ [ Kerry Butler's 'Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust' Set For May Release ( ] ] Walt Disney Pictures was planning to create the cartoon characters with computer animation. Michael Eisner pulled the project in 1999 when the budget rose to over $100 million, believing a prequel to a film made twelve years before would not be successful. [cite web | author = Rich Drees | title = Who Delayed Roger Rabbit? | publisher = Film Buff Online | url = | accessdate=2007-10-05] In December 2007, Frank Marshall told "MTV" that he was willing to revive development of the film. [cite news | author = Shawn Adler | title = ‘Roger Rabbit’ Sequel Still In The Offing? Stay Tooned, Says Producer | publisher = MTV | date = 2007-12-11 | url = | accessdate=2008-01-12] Its currently unknown when production will begin

"Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers"

In 1990 a issue of "Comics Scene magazine" reported that a theatrical feature film based on the series was planned for a 1991 release, however the film never happened, possibly due to the lackluster performance of "." As of 2008 Its currently unknown if the movie will be brought back into production.

"Johnny Bravo"

A live-action movie of the Cartoon Network show was planned, green-lighted and even did some casting (professional wrestler turned actor The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) was cast as the title character.) [1] It was slated for a November 2006 release, but for unknown reasons was cancelled. It's unknown if plans will continue at all with the movie or not.

"A Confederacy of Dunces"

There have been repeated attempts to turn the book into a film. In 1982, Harold Ramis was to write and direct an adaptation starring John Belushi and Richard Pryor, but Belushi's death would prevent this. Later, John Candy and Chris Farley would be touted for the lead, leading many to ascribe a curse to the role.

A version adapted by Steven Soderbergh and Scott Kramer, and slated to be directed by David Gordon Green, was scheduled for release in 2005. The film was to star Will Ferrell as Ignatius and Lily Tomlin as Ignatius's mother. A staged reading of the script took place at the 8th Nantucket Film Festival, with Ferrell as Ignatius, Anne Meara as his mother, Paul Rudd as Officer Mancuso, Kristen Johnston as Lana Lee, Mos Def as Burma Jones, Rosie Perez as Darlene, Olympia Dukakis as Santa Battaglia and Miss Trixie, Natasha Lyonne as Myrna, Alan Cumming as Dorian Green, John Shea as Gonzales, Jesse Eisenberg as George, John Conlon as Mr. Claude Robichaux, Jace Alexander as Bartender Ben, Celia Weston as Miss Annie, Miss Inez & Mrs. Levy, and Dan Hedaya as Mr. Levy. However, due to difficulties pertaining to the publisher's rights, the film never actually began production. [ [ Filmforce article] ]

British performer and writer Stephen Fry was at one point commissioned to adapt Toole's book for the screen. [ [ article] ]

"Power of the Dark Crystal"

The sequel to the 1982 fantasy film The Dark Crystal. Originally set for a fall 2007 release, it has been pushed back to it's current 2009 release. The Jim Henson Company has stated that filming is at a stand-still due to financial difficulties.

"Fantastic Voyage"

Plans for a remake or sequel to the original 1966 film have been in discussion since 1997. James Cameron was initially interested in directing a remake,cite web || title=Roland Emmerich Tries To Explain Why James Cameron’s Fantastic Voyage Script Sucked | date=September 26, 2007 | publisher= | accessdate=2008-08-20] but decided to devote his efforts to his "Avatar" project. He still remained open to the idea of producing a feature based on his own screenplay, and in 2007, 20th Century Fox announced that pre-production on the project was finally underway. Roland Emmerich agreed to direct, but rejected the script written by Cameron.cite web || title=Exclusive: Emmerich On Fantastic Voyage | date=September 27, 2007 | publisher= | accessdate=2008-08-20] Marianne and Cormac Wibberley were hired to write a new script, but the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike delayed filming, and Emmerich began working on another film instead. [cite web | url=| title=Emmerich to captain 'Voyage' | date=August 15, 2007 | publisher= | accessdate=2007-08-15]

"Dragon's Lair: The Movie"

In the 1980s after the success of Don Bluth's Dragon's Lair a movie was planned, but a script wasn't written. But sometime in 2007 according to Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, a "Dragon's Lair" movie was scripted. It won't go into production until financing for the project is in place. The film reportedly will be in the classic, traditional 2D animation style. Its currently unknown who will finance it, when production will begin, and who will provide the voices of the characters.

"Sk8er Boi"

In 2003, Paramount Pictures optioned the popular Avril Lavigne song for adaptation into a feature film. As of April 2008, the film has apparently been abandoned or is in development hell.

"Carry On London"

A new film in the Carry On Series, Carry On London, was announced in 2003, but was still in pre-production as of 2008. The script was signed off by the production company in March 2008, and "centres on a limousine company ferrying celebrities to an awards show." The film has had several false starts, and the cast has changed extensively over time. Daniella Westbrook was once attached, but is no longer involved with the project. In May 2006, it was announced Vinnie Jones and Shane Richie are to star in the film, which was to be directed by Peter Richardson, though Ed Bye has since been attached to the project as director. In May 2007, this project was announced to be 'back on' with a release date of 2008. At the 50th anniversary party held at Pinewood Studios in March 2008, Peter Rogers confirmed that he plans for a series of Carry On films after London, subject to the success of the first. It is currently hoped to be released in late 2008 as part of the celebrations of fifty years since the release of Carry on Sergeant, the first in the series, in 1958.

"Sequel to The Italian Job"

A sequel to The Italian Job, tentatively titled The Brazilian Job, was in development by the summer of 2004, but has faced several delays. Principal photography was initially slated to begin in March 2005, with a projected release date in November or December 2005. However, the script was never finalized, and the release date was pushed back to summer 2007. Writer David Twohy approached Paramount Pictures with an original screenplay entitled The Wrecking Crew, and though the studio reportedly liked the idea, they thought it would work better as a sequel to The Italian Job. Director F. Gary Gray was expected to return, as well as most, if not all, of the original cast. At least two drafts of the script had been composed by August 2007, but the project had not been greenlit. In a March 2008 interview, Jason Statham said that "somebody should just erase it from IMDb.... and put it back on there when it's fully due and ready. It's one of those things that's just sitting around." Green also stated, in September 2008, that the sequel is unlikely in the near future.

In active development

"Artemis Fowl"

"Ender's Game"

"Jurassic Park IV"

"Mortal Kombat: Devastation"

"Spawn 2"



Ever since 1986 when the movie rights were sold, an adaptation of Alan Moore's limited series Watchmen languished for years in pre-production. Producer Joel Silver and director Terry Gilliam were slated to produce and direct the film for a 1990 release. Sam Hamm, the writer of "Batman", completed a draft that radically changed the book's ending to a violent fight with Adrian Veidt, Doctor Manhattan going back in time to prevent his body-altering accident, and Rorschach, Nite Owl and Silk Spectre being teleported into the present day. Originally, Silver wanted to cast Arnold Schwarzenegger as Dr. Manhatten, Robin Williams as Rorschach, Gary Busey as the Comedian, Kevin Costner or Richard Gere as Nite Owl, and Jamie Lee Curtis as Silk Spectre. Eventually, feeling it would be far better to film it as a five hour television miniseries, Gilliam came to agree with Moore on the grounds that "Watchmen" was unfilmable, and the project was abandoned.

In the early 2000s, Darren Aronofsky and Paul Greengrass were potentially tapped to direct the film adapation, but both went on to film other projects when Paramount Pictures (who then held the rights) decided to put it on hold. After a turn around, the film rights were reacquired by Warner Brothers again in 2006. Keanu Reeves was in talks for Manhatten, Simon Pegg and Doug Hutchison publicly expressed interest in the role of Rorschach, and Ron Perlman was being touted to play the Comedian. Tom Cruise and Jude Law were each considered for Ozymandias, but both left the project due to the budget costs and production delays. Finally, Zack Snyder signed on to direct in 2006, and "Watchmen" is slated for release in March 6, 2009.

"The Legend of Spyro 3D"

Info: This Movie will be based on the Popular Spyro the Dragon Video game Franchise. This movie was planned in October 2007 and Sierra Entertainment along with Vivendi and Activision Blizzard all gave the rights to The Animation Picture Company and sold the film rights to make it owned by Universal Pictures. It will be released in theaters worldwide in 2009 But there is No Month or date to be announced. Also there is Currently No Director Hired. It will take place in The Legend of Spyro Trilogy. A reboot of the Original Series. The Producer John Davis from Eragon and Norbit will produce this movie.

The movie will follow Spyro, a rare purple dragon of prophecy, on a voyage of self-discovery. As he struggles to come to terms with his amazing potential, Spyro will find himself embroiled in an epic struggle against an ancient evil along with his dragonfly friend, Sparx.


Info: Konami sold the Film rights of Castlevania to Crystal Sky Pictures to distribute the movie. This movie will star Simon Belmont as he takes a quest to destroy Dracula at Dracula's Castle. There has been news on and off about it from but recently has died off


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