GamesStray will have an animated film created by Annapurna herself

Stray will have an animated film created by Annapurna herself

Annapurna Interactive has announced that Stray, the pussycat game that caused a sensation last year 2022, will have an adaptation in the form of an animated film. It will be taken over by Annapurna Animation, a subdivision of Annapurna Pictures, the part of the company dedicated to audiovisual content.

The news comes hand in hand with the announcement that two key pieces of Nimona, the Netflix series that adapts the comic by ND Stevenson and which was Annapurna Animation’s first animated feature, will join the Stray team. They are Nick Bruno, the director of Nimona, and Julie Zackary, who was a producer on the project.

From what it seems, Annapurna Pictures has among its plans to adapt more Annapurna Interactive video games into films and series.

Regarding the Stray movie, as is usual in this type of announcement, we still don’t know much, but it seems that it will follow the plot of the original game and will try to adapt the peculiarities of the game system to the big screen.

In our review of Stray we said of it that “While technically attractive, every element of the game seems to head in a different direction, making it not work as smoothly as it should.”

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