Metro 2033 film rights have been acquired by MGM

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 14 September 2012 21:29 GMT

Metro 2033 film rights have been acquired by MGM. Granted the rights are for the sc-fi novel written by Dmitri Glukhovsky, but still, it was turned into a game by 4A and the sequel, Metro: last Light is in the works for 2013. F. Scott Frazier will write the script and it will be produced by Mark Johnson (“The Chronicles of Narnia”). Via Hollywood Reporter.

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