Tom Clancy's tactical shooter gets an action-heavy movie adaptation
Action maestro Michael Bay is possibly directing this spectacular movie adaptation of the video game Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon. In the tactical shooter, the player assumes the role of a U.S. Army Special Forces squad, executing dangerous missions.
Contrarily to the equally themed Tom Clancy's Rainbox Six, Ghost Recon is not based on any of the author's novels. The military actioner is produced by Ubisoft Motion Pictures, which is also responsible for movie versions of Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex and Splinter Cell.
Director Michael Bay has decided to take up the Ghost Recon videogame and turn it into the blockbuster movie we've been waiting for!Ghost Recon
Ubisoft already has Michael Fassbender locked in for Assassin's Creed, but there are three other game-to-film adaptations coming from the French publisher and developer.Rabbids
'Assassin's Creed', 'Splinter Cell', and now Tom Clancy's 'Ghost Recon' are getting prepped by Ubisoft for adaptation for film. Gamers, avoid calling the characters n00bs when in the theater. That's rude, and they can't hear you.Ghost Recon
Transformers director tasked to bring Ubisoft's Ghost Recon to the big screen.Ghost Recon