Oscar Isaac Cast As Solid Snake For Live-Action ‘Metal Gear Solid’ Movie

“I’m just a man who’s good at what he does. Killing.”

Sony is moving forward with its Metal Gear Solid movie and Oscar Isaac will play the lead role as the enduring soldier, Solid Snake.

With the cinematic nature of the Metal Gear Solid video-game series, it was only a matter of time before a movie came to fruition. And Sony has finally found its lead for the live-action adaptation, with Oscar Isaac attached to star as Solid Snake. The actor is quickly collecting roles in a number of high-profile franchises after already appearing in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, he’ll next be seen in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune and is also in talks to play Marc Spector in Marvel’s Moon Knight for Disney Plus.

The Metal Gear Solid news comes from Deadline, with the publication noting that a production start date hasn’t been confirmed due to Oscar Isaac’s incredibly busy schedule. The video-game series follows Solid Snake as he tries to find walking weapons of mass destruction called Metal Gears. The series offers plenty of action-packed gameplay as well as stealthy sequences which could prove to be incredibly tense on the big screen. The live-action movie will be helmed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, who previously directed Kong: Skull Island.

What do you make of the Metal Gear Solid news? Is Oscar Isaac the right choice for Solid Snake? Who else do you want to see in the film? Sound-off in the comments below!

While there are currently no details on the film’s plot, the first game in the series focused on special forces operative Solid Snake and his mission to find the superweapon called Metal Gear. The film is currently in development and does not have a release date. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news on Metal Gear Solid and Oscar Isaac, and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more video content.

Source: Deadline

Eammon Jacobs

Eammon Jacobs

English writer with a preference for all things Film, TV and Comic Book related.

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