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Movie time? Take-Two trademarks 'Rockstar Films'


5:30 PM on 07.07.2011
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No one out there would expect anything less than greatness from Rockstar making their own films. Those creative powers on the big screen? Yes. I'd like that more than their games! From this new trademark, it looks like that's the plan. 

A trademark for "Rockstar Films" was filed in the US last December and approved last month, and now Systemlink has traced it back to the Grand Theft Auto publisher, says Edge.

I remember hearing some talk about Rockstar making films earlier. This quote from Rockstar's Dan Houser to Hollywood Reporter back in April makes more sense now: "We love movies, but we also love games and that is what we remain focused on. If we were to attempt to make a movie, we would like to make it ourselves, or at least work in collaboration with the best talent."

Please do. Again, we're expecting greatness.






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