Director Paul W.S. Anderson, who has long been attached to direct the video game adaptation 'Spy Hunter', has sparked speculation that he is no longer attached to the position.
Having been announced to be attached as helmer and co-writer to a video game adaptation "Spy Hunter" in the summer of 2007, it appears that Paul W.S. Anderson is no longer involved in the project. The speculation of him not directing the project has been ignited through Latino Review's interview with the man behind "Alien vs. Predator" and video game adaptation "Resident Evil".
Coming to talk about his other action thriller project "Death Race", the 43-year-old filmmaker hinted on the probability of him tackling the film. "I had some what fun making this movie and I firmly believe this is the best, most spectacular car action I've ever seen in a film, I don't know if I'll ever do another car movie after this because I really feel like we pushed it to the max and the only other car movie I'll do is maybe a sequel to this," so claimed Anderson.
An adaption to Midway Games' popular arcade game of the '80s, "Spy Hunter" tells the story of Alec Sects, a former F-15 pilot hired by International Espionage Services as a member of the Spy-Hunter team. The Universal Pictures' movie has long had former WWE wrestler turned actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson attached as Sects.