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FPS Horror-Game ‘F.E.A.R.’ Is Getting A Live-Action Adaption

Alma Wade is back

Machinima has made a deal with screenwriter Greg Russo that includes the plans to develop a live-action adaption of FPS horror game, F.E.A.R.

Russo, who also worked on the New Line Cinema’s adaption of Mortal Kombat and an upcoming Resident Evil reboot, seems to have a familiarity with video games. 

F.E.A.R. released in 2006, was based around special soldiers taking on psychic girl Alma.It was well received thanks to its masterfully well done tone, intriguing story, and haunting visuals. It spawned sequels that built Alma as a horror icon of her time.
There is no word yet on when it will be released.

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