It’s been reported that a new Splinter Cell anime adaptation is within the works for Netflix by John Wick creator Derek Kolstad. [Thanks, Variety.]
Derek Kolstad, who is finest generally known as the creator and author of the John Wick movie collection, will reportedly function the author and government producer for the Splinter Cell anime. According to sources within the know, Netflix provided a two-season, 16 episode order for the anime adaptation. However, when Variety reached out, Netflix, Ubisoft, and reps for Derek Kolstad declined to touch upon any additional particulars in regards to the deal.
The Splinter Cell collection debuted with its first title in November 2002 for the Xbox. It follows Sam Fisher, an agent of a fictional black-ops sub-division of the National Security Agency referred to as”Third Echelon.”
The franchise has seen a fair proportion of success that features six sequels and its personal novel collection. There hasn’t been a new sport since Splinter Cell: Blacklist which launched in August 2013. There was a temporary point out of a new title final yr, however there hasn’t been an official announcement from Ubisoft. Talk about a Splinter Cell movie adaptation goes again all the best way to 2005, however there hasn’t been a lot information on its improvement for fairly a while.
It was introduced in 2017 that Derek Kolstad was engaged on a live-action TV collection adaptation of the Hitman collection. He’s additionally working as a author and producer for a live-action film adaptation for the Just Cause collection.