Posted on February 6, 2013 AT 11:30am
During their “Storytelling Across Platforms: Who Benefits Most, the Audience or the Player?” keynote which kicked off this year’s D.I.C.E. Summit this morning, director J.J. Abrams and Valve head Gabe Newell provided an interesting tease.
“There’s an idea for a game that we’d really like to work with Valve on,” Abrams noted during the presentation.
“What we are actually doing here, we are recapitulating a series of conversations going on. We reached the point that we decided to do more than talk,” Newell then added. “We’re super excited about that, and we also want to talk about making movies—either a Portal movie, or a Half-Life movie.”
Of course, nothing is set in stone—and both Abrams and Newell made sure to state that they were simply recalling “a series of conversations” that the two had had. However, there certainly seemed to be interest from both in terms of connecting with each other’s particular fields of entertainment: movie-making and game development.
And, you know, it isn’t like J.J. Abrams is already busy with making some… Star-something movies or whatever. So, there’d always be a question of when he’d even have the time to consider such projects, should they come to fruition.
What do you think? Would you love to see a Half-Life or Portal movie, either from J.J. Abrams or someone else in Hollywood? Let us know in the comments below!
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