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Seriously: Missile Command movie moving forward


12:00 PM on 01.12.2011
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I can't figure out how or why, but word is coming in that Hollywood is moving forward with the Missile Command movie. You know, Missile Command, the classic Atari game with absolutely no plot. Makes sense.

The screenplay is being conjured up out of thin air by the writing team of Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama, who penned the upcoming Dracula Year Zero and the in-development Flash Gordon flick.

Yeah, so this is happening. Maybe we can get Nathan Fillion in this one, so everyone can shut up about the Uncharted movie. Maybe he can play a missile or something.

Missile Command movie is actually being produced [Flixist]






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