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movies Sony Registers Two "The Last of Us" Movie Domain Names

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The popular PS3 exclusive The Last Of Us by developers Naughty Dog (perhaps best known for the Crash Bandicoot series and the Uncharted series) may just be joining Watch Dogs, Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Far Cry, and many other video game adaptations on the big screen. Now, just highlight the word "may." You can take this with a pretty big grain of salt, but Sony has just registered two domains that hint at a movie based on the popular video game. On November 25, Sony's online brand protection agency MarkMonitor registered the domains TheLastOfUs-Movie.com and TheLastOfUsMovie.net, while the registrant's email has a Sony Pictures address. You can interpret this any way you want. It is likely that Sony are considering the game's massive success and possibly thinking about bringing the game's fans a movie adaptation, but it is equally possible that they are simply 'calling dibs' on the domain in case they ever do decide to make a movie. We don't know for sure right now, but it is a possibility. The game has received enormous critical acclaim, mainly because of the game's incredible story, so it is highly possible Sony are looking to expand this game into a series of both video games and quite possibly movies. It is possible that they won't be making a movie, but if Sony ever does, who would you like to see play main characters Joel and Ellie? Sound off in the usual place.

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/ABARy/news/?a=90675

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That would be epic.

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Could be awesome but they'll find some way to screw it

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It was already made, called The Road. Darn good movie!

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It felt like a movie already :/

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I am excite.

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