Zack Snyder Reveals Whether He’d Be Interested in Directing a Live-Action Fortnite Movie: “Of Course”

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Zack Snyder has revealed that he’s interested in directing a live-action film based on Fortnite, the ultra-popular online game from Epic Games that is said to boast over 235 million monthly active players, now in what appears to be its 27th season.

Snyder, 57, shared his thoughts about the potential project in a recent interview with Etalk, saying “of course” after being quizzed by the outlet about whether something like that could actually happen.

“I really wanted to make some Fortnite skins for the movie [Rebel Moon], first of all, just like, as the most obviously basic involvement,” Snyder said. “But yeah, look, Fortnite is an amazing world, and it is an amazing distraction for me. But it’s really cool, and the alchemy that they’ve created there is really unique. When I started playing it, I thought I knew what it was, and then it was something entirely different.”

“You definitely don’t know,” Snyder went on to say. “You definitely can never say never – that’s my mantra in this business.”

Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire, Snyder’s latest movie, will begin streaming via Netflix on December 22, while a second part will follow in April 2024.

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