Awhile back, news broke that the Metal Gears series will be hitting the big screen. We have no real details on when the movie will be released, nor do we have any clear idea what the movie will involve. Regardless, we do know the movie will helm Kong: Skull Island’s director, Jordan Vogt-Roberts to make the film.
Recently, Vogt-Roberts began celebrating Metal Gear’s 31st anniversary through releasing an ongoing series of tweets of his favorite fan-art from the series. You can view the full series of tweets over here, but we’ve included a couple examples below:
DAY 1 of #METALGEAR31st
There’s many beautiful+insane+iconic images to come…but I want to start with this piece by Nick Foreman.
The bond we formed via mechs reinforced that we should be loud w/ our love of this franchise as we may find friends & collaborators in the process. pic.twitter.com/5Zj4vRsu5T
— Jordan Vogt-Roberts (@VogtRoberts) July 13, 2018
Though we’re unsure how Metal Gear will transition to the big screen, it is extremely reassuring to see the project’s lead display his adoration of the series so openly. Though none of the fan-art represents actual content within the feature film, it will be interesting to see if Vogt-Roberts takes inspiration from these posts.
What do you think of the Metal Gear movie, are you excited to see how it turns out? Is there any particular games in the series you would like to see adapted? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Game Informer