The production company Boll KG (?) have picked up the film and merchandise rights to BloodRayne.
The company also have the rights to games such as House of the Dead and Alone in the Dark, and rumour has it that the film starring our favourite blood sucking anti-Nazi will have a $30 million budget and release sometime in 2004.
Despite not being the best selling game of its kind (far from it) Boll seem to think that the film version will do well.
"We think BloodRayne is a dynamic, compelling anti-hero and a contemporary, smart standard bearer for the genre" says Boll from the set of Alone in the Dark, currently wrapping production with Brightlight Pictures in Vancouver with Christian Slater, Tara Reid and Stephen Dorff. "We look forward to bringing her--and the game--to life on film."
News source: GameCube Europe
View: BloodRayne website