Deus Ex: Human Revolution You must have filmdirected by Scott Derrickson and Robert Cargill, before everything was canceled, and today is part of movie script The original is freely available online, published by FTW!
This allows us to take a look at what could have been the movie dedicated to the Deus Ex series, and in particular Eidos Montreal’s reboot, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
In 2012, the film was still in pre-production, but after two years the project was permanently abandoned, but some documents remain as evidence of the work done by the couple Derrickson and Chargillwho also collaborated on Sinister at the time.
there Date The game resumes, starring Adam Jensen, a policeman, critically injured on a mission, who finds himself a savior through a complex intervention that actually turns him into a cyborg, with electronic parts grafted in place of limbs and other improvements applied.
He’s not the only one who has found himself in this situation, despite being one of the few who “didn’t ask”, as he himself claims in the introduction to the game: in the world of Deus Ex, different parts of humans are empowered for the body and to engage greater brain capabilities in order to obtain On merits, to the point of starting a continuous and more or less obvious war between “pure” and “modified” humans.
Although the game’s setting and script bolstered Derrickson, his call to direct the first Doctor Strange dropped the entire project, an excerpt of which is still available today on FTW! to this is the addressjust to get a glimpse of what a Deus Ex movie could be.
Unfortunately, even from a video game standpoint, the series in 2016’s Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, with Eidos simultaneously busy other projects, from Shadow of the Tomb Raider to Marvel’s Guardians of the last Galaxy, is still waiting to be seen. Square Enix decides to give a new green light to the sci-fi series.
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