Just Cause Unjustly Finds a Screenwriter

In a surprising move, "Just Cause" the game, is now being made into a movie. In a more shocking and unjustly move, it now has gotten itself both a screenwriter (do they really need a writer here?) and a producing partner to help pen, create and release "Just Cause" the movie. Michael Ross and Eric Eisner have just gotten either the easiest jobs in the world or the hardest ones. Read on to find out more about these two very brave souls.

Michael Ross, whose credits include the 2006 horror flick "Turistas," has been brought aboard to write the script. Joining in the production is L+E Pictures, helmed by Eric Eisner, the son of former Disney chief Michael Eisner. Adrian Askarieh, of Prime Universe Productions, is still aboard. Askarieh has ties to Eidos games, as the producer involved with the Hitman movie and the ongoing Kane & Lynch adaptation.

Michael Ross' "Turista" honestly sucked. Eric Eisner probably needs some Walt Disney magic here. Adrian Askarieh produced the "Hitman" film (do we even need to say more here?) "Just Cause" does not sound or feel just at all. What do you think? Do we really need more games being adapted to movies especially ones that aren't even franchise makers?

Source: Kotaku

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