Development, BioShock

Why Gore Verbinski’s Bioshock Movie Fell Apart Bioshock was a massive shot in the arm for first person shooter games back in 2007. At a time when the genre was focused largely on realistic, military themes, along came the world of Rapture with one of the most innovative FPS experiences in recent memory featuring arguably the most richly designed world in video game history.


BioShock Movie Domains Registered by Sony – Sony Pictures has reportedly registered multiple domains for a BioShock film. Kotaku reports that Sony has registered,, and, possibly hinting that the film project is kicking around again after never taking off at Universal Pictures. Gore Verbinski was reportedly on board to direct at one point for the BioShock film, which had a budget of roughly $200 million. 5 years 48 weeks ago via donnieyen

'Watchmen' failure led to demise of 'BioShock' film, says Ken Levine

BioShock – Ken Levine explains how Watchmen's failure led to him killing the BioShock film. 7 years 2 weeks ago via jetli

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo No Longer Directing 'Bioshock'

Bioshock – The game BioShock was a massive hit when it was released in 2007. One of the better examples of world-building in gaming, the original title was set in Rapture, an underwater city built by an entrepreneur that wouldn’t e out of place in an Ayn Rand novel. But things had gone bad — power struggles and genetic tinkering destroyed Rapture’s hope for the future. 8 years 1 week ago via donnieyen

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Talks 'BioShock' Problems And 'Highlander' Possibilites – In the five years since the release of his vampire sequel 28 Weeks Later, director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has been attached to a several major Hollywood projects. First was BioShock, based on a best-selling underwater, steampunk inspired video game. Then there was a reboot of The Crow, which could have possibly starred Mark Wahlberg, Bradley Cooper or Channing Tatum. 8 years 2 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Movie based on the video game title of the same name. This movie may not be made. Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is no longer attached as the director.