Sony continues to adapt its games into movies – now it’s their turn Until Dawn, a 2015 interactive horror title developed by Supermassive Games and published by Sony. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he will direct the adaptation David F. Sandberg (Lights Out and the Shazam movies!). The script, originally written by Blair Butler (The Invitation), will be rewritten Gary Daubermanwho previously worked with Sandberg on Annabelle: Creation.
Until Dawn focuses on a group of eight young people trying to survive the night in a dangerous mountain retreat. The horror game has a branching story, and depending on the decisions you make (or if you fail quick-time events), it can happen that some of the characters do not survive.
Since any or all of the characters may perish during the night, there are a hundred possible endings to the game, so it will be interesting to see what direction Sandberg and Dauberman take with the adaptation. Until Dawn featured several notable actors including Hayden Panettiere, Jordan Fisher and Oscar winners Ramiho Maleka.
Sony has already adapted several of its games into film and television, with live versions of Uncharted, Gran Turismo, Twisted Metal and The Last of Us appearing in recent years. Sony is also preparing adaptations of Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War and others.