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AI Created A Live-Action Zelda Movie Trailer Directed By Peter Jackson (But It’s Awful)

First things first — the film adaptation of “The Legend of Zelda” already has a director, and it’s not Peter Jackson. The movie is set to be directed by Wes Ball, who also directed the dystopian “Maze Runner” trilogy. Hilariously, Ball told Entertainment Weekly in a feature about his upcoming movie that he sees it as “this awesome fantasy-adventure movie that isn’t like ‘Lord of the Rings,’ it’s its own thing.” He continued to say that he’s actually inspired by a completely different genre for his “Legend of Zelda” movie, saying, “I’ve always said, I would love to see a live-action Miyazaki. That wonder and whimsy that he brings to things, I would love to see something like that.”

So which “Zelda” game will be the basis for the movie? Nobody’s sure, and the team behind the film has been tight-lipped about its progress. When the film was officially announced, famous Nintendo game developer Shigeru Miyamoto took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to comment on the upcoming feature film. On Nintendo’s official account, the statement reads, “This is Miyamoto. I have been working on the live-action film of ‘The Legend of Zelda’ for many years now with Avi Arad-san, who has produced many mega hit films […] We have now officially started the development of the film with Nintendo itself heavily involved in the production. It will take time until its completion, but I hope you look forward to seeing it.” Besides Ball signing on as the director, that’s about as much as we know right now … but based on the franchise, it feels like particularly cinematic entries like “Ocarina of Time” and “Breath of the Wild” are definite candidates.



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