The Church of Thomas Hayden is the upcoming television of NBC Peacock in the cult classic video game Twisted Metal, written by the team behind Deadpool and run by Cobra showrunner Michael Jonathan Smith. It will star as the lead villain of adaptation.
Church isn’t a malicious stranger to Spider-Man 3’s Sandman and Spider-Man: Noway Home, so his turn as an agent stone for “Twisted Metal” should be gratifying.
according to Hollywood ReporterAgentstone said, “A cold, unyielding, apocalyptic highway patrolman who dominates the road with a silver tongue and a twisted iron fist and prosecutes even the smallest crimes in the toughest decisions. Agentstone brings the law. Do nothing for, and order to return to the divided America and kill anyone on his way against his power. “
All we can say is “yes, please”.
Stephanie Beatriz and Anthony Mackie join the church. Beatrice plays Quiet, a “brutal and bad car thief who acts instinctively,” and McKee “speaks as fast as he drives, and the milk of a clever ass motormouth facing a savage destructive vehicle. Plays John Doe, who is “Man”. Very necessary supplies from one settlement to another after the end. “
The show will be written by Deadpool graduates Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and Kitao Sakurai will oversee multiple episodes of a 30-minute action comedy.
Analysis: Does Video Game Adaptation Work?
Video game adaptation has a very painful history and you rarely find a viewer. For each biohazard, there are 12 Uwe Boll flops or the completely art house Visaro Super Mario Bros.
But that doesn’t mean that video games can’t produce valuable stories. The Last of Us has a major television adaptation, and as far as we’re concerned, the game was supposed to win an Oscar. Twisted Metal is also a cult property that may work in ways that other titles couldn’t.
It’s not yet known if it will take off, but I’m confident enough in Thomas Haden Church, which is helping Twisted Metal find its wings.