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Development: Scripting, budgeting, casting, planning as of July 10, 2012. CBS acquired the rights to adapt the video game. Previously set up at Columbia Pictures in May 2002. Have an update? Send it in!
|In Movie Theaters:||To Be Announced (TBA)|
|Companies:||CBS Films & 4 more|
Set in the near future, when dramatic advances in science, specifically human augmentation, have triggered a technological renaissance, Deus Ex follows Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT security specialist who must embrace mechanical augments in order to unravel a global conspiracy.
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The Deus Ex franchise was originally introduced in June 2000. Its latest entry, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, launched to universal acclaim in 2011, ranking #1 across global sales charts and earning over 100 industry awards. Deus Ex: Human Revolution will serve as the primary template for the film.
Adapted from video game developed by Eidos-Montréal and published by Square Enix.
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Production Updates (20)
- From Sun., November 18, 2012 to Wed., June 9, 2010
- ScreenDaily Sun., November 18, 2012
- added C. Robert Cargill as Screenwriter to the credits
- added Scott Derrickson as Screenwriter to the credits
- added "Deus Ex" as an also known as title
- changed the title from "Deus Ex" to "Deus Ex: Human Revolution"
- added Scott Derrickson as Director to the credits
- Cbsfilms.com Tue., July 10, 2012
- added John Middleton to the credits
- added Adrian Askarieh to the credits
- added Columbia Pictures (Former) as a production company
- changed the status of Greg Puss to Former
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