What to expect: Hideo Kojima Studios, Kojima Productions, is very confident about their future projects. We know he's probably considering a Death Stranding sequel and maybe a different project entirely. It now appears that he plans to produce TV shows and movies with a new section dedicated to this task.
Kojima Productions announced Monday that it will open its music, television and film divisions. The new division will be based in Los Angeles, California, and will work to transfer ownership of the studio to "other pop culture areas." p>
will be used. Taksim Russell has held various positions at PlayStation for nearly 28 years, including Vice President of Commerce, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Senior Legal Director, and others. p>
#KojimaProductions is proud to announce a new business. The department will open in California, USA. It explores these opportunities beyond game development in film, television, and other forms of entertainment. Read more: https://t.co/fWUGl1OwPw pic.twitter.com/8dcl7STIQL- KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (Eng) (@KojiPro2015_EN) November 22, 2021
“Creative and talented professionals in TV, music and film as well as The most popular game industry.” “Make it a part of our general culture.”
This step needs to be taken. It’s no surprise that a game developer has expressed interest in making a movie in 2019.
Hideo is founded Kojima, the thinker of Metal Gear Solid, owns only one game, and Death Stranding Kojima Productions has sold five million copies of its first title since August 2021. Game star Norman Reedus of The Walking Dead, recently did not allow negotiation for a Death Stranding sequel. p>
The studio also tweeted that it was looking for a talent to work on a brand new IP that was in development. Rouge is not clear, but Kojima indicated that he wants to play a horror game similar to PT. You can look away.” For PT, I wanted To make something that everyone can really share. This is a movie, but it's a game... I think of such an idea, and I want to do it." p>
Kojima Productions is branching out into music, TV and film with new segments