As the game developer seeks to utilize its portfolio, the media franchise battles continue to heat up.
Intellectual property that can be transformed into franchises and blockbuster films powers Hollywood.
You are under no need to like this, and if you want to whine about how many Marvel and Star Wars films there are already,
well, that's your prerogative.While the number is certainly decreasing,
there are still plenty of smaller, non-franchise films available,
and this year has seen hopeful figures for art-house films
(or, at the very least, films not budgeted over the $100 million threshold) such as "Everything, Everywhere, All at Once" and "Cyrano."