Roserock Films, Gran Via Productions, and Mysteria Film Group are partnering to produce a film based on the classic videogame franchise, Myst. However, the film’s story will draw from the plot outlined in the trilogy of Myst novels, called The D’ni, which were published during the development of Riven, Cyan Worlds' sequel to Myst.
"Our aim with this project is to stretch the genres it operates within, much like the source material did. It is such an innovative property and the best service we can do to it is to maintain that spirit. By utilizing the novels as our primary source, we have the opportunity to offer audiences the essence of Myst without being limited only to the famous island of the first game," explains Mysteria Film Group’s Adrian Vanderbosch.
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