Red Dead Redemption 2 is certainly one of the most incisive and appreciated games of the past generation, thanks also and above all to the open world set foot from Rockstar .
Arthur Morgan’s adventure, sequel to the first Red Dead Redemption , is a truly surprising and fascinating title, especially for a rendition of the Far West as few (indeed, none) ).
Considering that both episodes of the saga were even used as the basis for history lessons at a well-known American university, it is not surprising to find that the first chapter has become a television film produced by none other than Fox.
We’re talking about Red Dead Redemption: The Man from Blackwater , released in 2010 and produced by Rockstar Games under the direction of John Hillcoat .
The short film various sequences seen in the original title, so much so that even the music and a large number of dialogues in the film are the same seen in Red Dead Redemption but edited in a completely different way.
Find The Man from Blackwater in its entirety (about 30 minutes) in the player below:
Hillcoat is known to film buffs for directing the 2008 film The Road , based on the Cormac McCarthy novel The Road and with Viggo Mortensen as the lead actor.
It would be really intriguing if one day Rockstar decided to give the green light to the production of a real feature film with real actors dedicated to the adventures of John Marston and Arthur Morgan. p>
Right now, fans have to settle for the Uncharted saga film, starring Tom Holland as Nathan Drake.
But that’s not all: the cinematic adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima , curated by the director of John Wick , is expected soon on the big screen.
Finally, as far as the small screen is concerned, let’s not forget the The Last of Us series, which will be curated by the Chernobyl showrunner in collaboration with HBO .
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