EA & DreamWorks join hands for the next Need for Speed movie with an eye on 2014 release

Whenever a new version of Need for Speed hits the market, rumors of another Fast and Furious sequel starts running in the market. Rumors of another sequel of Fast and Furious have already been running rampant over the past few months and this development will give those rumors a boost.

Electronic Arts, the makers of Need for Speed (NFS) Series, recently announced that we can see another movie based on the popular racing game in a couple of years. Moreover, EA has reportedly sold the rights for the official NFS film to DreamWorks Studios, which was followed by hiring of Scott Waugh. Although the storyline of the upcoming movie is yet to be disclosed, DreamWorks are currently reported to be working on an own version of production for ‘Need for Speed’ so as to set a framework for the movie, which is being anticipated to hit the theatres sometime in 2014.

EA & DreamWorks join hands for the next Need for Speed movie with an eye on 2014 release

DreamWorks Studios seem to be optimistic about the perfect direction by Scott Waugh. The director recently made news with his production and direction in a real-life movie that featured U.S. Navy Seals, Act of Valor.

DreamWorks seem to have pulled their socks up to cash in on experience of every single person involved in the production of the upcoming Need for Speed movie. The movie team has included writers of She’s Out of My League and Real Steel, brothers George and John Gatins.

When the legendary director was contacted for his comments on his upcoming work for the Need for Speed movie, he couldn’t resist showing up his excitement. He said that he is too excited to be patient. He added that it’s the creative trenches of the Gatin brothers and his partners at EA who will bring in yet another exciting script for the movie. He finally concluded that the videogame is the one that has been made exclusively for movies. Well! No one can disagree with this quote at least.

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