X-Men alum boards Myst adaptation

A small-screen adaptation of the video game “Myst” has inched forward with “X-Men : First Class” writer Ashley Edward Miller given the go-ahead to put pen the project.

According to Deadline, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group has tapped the “Terminator : Sarah Connor Chronicles” writer and producer to script the pilot episode and play showrunner on the series.

The 1993 video game is a first-person graphic adventure video game, created by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller and their company Cyan. Village Roadshow will develop and produce alongside the original co-creator Rand Miller and his youngest brother Ryan Miller, as well as Isaac Testerman and Yale Rice at Delve Media.

Village Roadshow will rely on and expand upon the game’s existing mythology to develop a multi-platform universe that includes film, scripted and unscripted television content.


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