PlayStation Productions All Movies TV Shows Announced

All PlayStation Productions Movies and TV Shows Announced

PlayStation is pushing to get its various IPs adapted into movies and TV shows through its production company, PlayStation Productions. Sony recently confirmed that at least 10 projects are currently in the works at PlayStation Productions with some of them still shrouded in mystery. However, we do know of a handful of those projects that have been announced so far. Here’s a look at every movie and TV series that’s currently in development.

Speaking on a recent episode of the Official PlayStation Podcast, Head of PlayStation Productions Asad Qizilbash mentioned that the company currently has 10 projects in the works and some of them include animation. He didn’t clarify if all these projects were unannounced or were part of the already revealed ones but we’ve got those covered for you today.

All PlayStation Productions Movies and TV Shows Announced

Ghost of Tsushima (Movie)

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One of the first live-action movies announced under the PlayStation Productions banner was Ghost of Tsushima, based on the 2020 open-world action game from Sucker Punch Productions. The movie will be directed by John Wick director Chad Stahelski, though we haven’t received many updates on its development since it was announced a couple of years ago. With John Wick 4 out in cinemas, it’s likely that Stahelski will finally move forward with Ghost of Tsushima.

Gran Turismo (Movie)

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A live-action movie adaptation of Polyphony Digital’s racing simulator Gran Turismo is also currently in production from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp. While the mainline games don’t contain any story, the movie will instead be based on the true story of how a teenage Gran Turismo player rose to become actual professional race car driver after winning a series of Nissan competitions. The movie is set to release on 11 August 2023.

Days Gone (Movie)

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A movie adaptation of Bend Studio’s 2019 open-world zombie action game Days Gone was announced with casting already underway. Outlander‘s Sam Heughan is reportedly set to play the lead role of Deacon St. John, which has garnered some divided opinions online considering the game’s original lead actor, Sam Witwer, is already an established actor in Hollywood and seemed perfectly suitable for the movie. Nonetheless, the live-action project is still without a release date.

Gravity Rush (Movie)

PlayStation Productions All Movies TV Shows

Gravity Rush is also getting a movie, though it’s unknown if it will be animated or live-action. Based on the PlayStation Vita game of the same name from developer Team Gravity, the movie adaptation of Gravity Rush will be produced by PlayStation Productions alongside Ridley Scott’s production company, Scott Free Productions. Panopticon writer Emily Jerome will helm the screenplay with Secret Society of Second Born Royals director Anna Mastro eyed to direct.

God of War (TV Series)

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A TV series based on God of War from Santa Monica Studio – one of PlayStation’s more prolific IPs – is currently in the works at Amazon. The series will apparently be based on the new Norse saga of God of War games which makes sense as it’s more story-heavy than the older, violent Greek myth-based games. Casting has yet to begin and there’s no word on the crew attached to the project either.

Horizon (TV Series)

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The Horizon series of video games, which encompasses Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West from developer Guerrilla Games, has a TV series in the works at Netflix. Like God of War, not much is actually known about this live-action outing including the cast and crew. It’s unclear if this will be a straight adaptation of the first game or cover events separate from the main stories. However, this is a project we’ll likely hear a lot more about very soon.

Twisted Metal (TV Series)

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Finally, there’s a Twisted Metal live-action TV series based on the classic vehicle mayhem games. It will star Anthony Mackie as John Doe, an amnesiac who is given a mission to traverse an apocalyptic world in order to deliver a cryptic package. It will also star Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Stephanie Beatriz and Will Arnett as the voice of the franchise’s villainous mascot, Sweet Tooth. The series is set to air on Peacock sometime in 2023.


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