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Tom Holland Wanted As Link For Zelda Movie

Tom Holland, known for playing Marvel’s Spider-Man, is rumored to be wanted to play Link in a Legends of Zelda movie at Netflix. Nintendo recently announced it is developing a Super Mario. Bros CGI-animated movie and that it has plans on expanding its brand, so rumor that hit the net offers a Legends of Zelda …

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Watch: Legend of Zelda Fan-Film Trailer

While a live-action official Legend Of Zelda Netflix series is on the way (as well as a new video game), why wait when you can check out the above Legend Of Zelda fan-film trailer.

The fan-film took two years to make and comes from Player Piano and The Zelda Project, directed by Clinton Jones featuring Wes Johnson as Link.

The full short will be online later this year.

Journey into Hyrule like you’ve never seen it before as Link rides to the ruins of Castletown to face off in the Final Battle with Ganondorf to save Princess Zelda. 

This is a teaser for The Final Battle, a not-for-profit short fan film being produced as a collaboration between the Zelda Project and Player Piano, to bring fans of the Legend of Zelda a live-action recreation of the epic fight between Link and Ganondorf

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Netflix Developing Live-Action Zelda Series

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With Netflix set to bring comic book shows to their streaming subscription service, they are apparently now looking to bring video game franchises as well.

The Wall Street Journal reports Netflix and Nintendo are developing a live-action Zelda series.

It’s reported Netflix is in the early stages of the Zelda series, which is about an ordinary boy named Link who must rescue a princess named Zelda and save a fantasy world called Hyrule.

A person said to be familiar with the matter has also stated Netflix is describing the Zelda series as a Game Of Thrones for a family audience.

It’s noted Netflix and Nintendo are working closely together and writer is still being sought for Zelda.

Nintendo also has new highly anticipated open-world Wii-U Zelda game coming out this year.

Zelda open-world video game demo:

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Zelda 2015 Open-World Gameplay Footage Revealed (Video)

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Nintendo has debuted gameplay footage for the highly anticipated new open-world Zelda game for the Wii U due out in 2015.

The video below features Zelda lead producer Eiji Aonuma playing the game with original Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto adding commentary (which is translated).

Worth noting is they confirmed the game will indeed be coming out next year.

The footage shows just how expansive the game is as the Wii U gamepad is being used for the map, with it said it would take 5 minutes in real time to walk end-to-end to a demonstrated destination. In addition, the game is created so that anything you can see in the game can be reached, and Link’s horse will even avoid running into trees. Link can also jump off the horse to attack and use his bow in slo-mo. The environment also features edible fruit as well as insects and animals.

Miyamoto also confirms a new Star Fox Wii U game, which will be released prior to the new Zelda. 

More news on the open-world Zelda game will probably be released at next year’s E3 Expo in June.

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Open-World Legend Of Zelda 2015 Announced At E3 – Trailer

Nintendo announced plans for the next Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U at E3.

The newest game in the franchise, scheduled for 2015, introduces the first truly open world in a game from the series. Players can roam Hyrule Field or set off on a trek to distant mountains if they prefer. Players can get to any area they can see from virtually any direction. That’s one of the ways the game breaks with franchise norms and introduces new ways to play.

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In addition, Hyrule Warriors was announced.

The game artfully merges the world of The Legend of Zelda and the style of Dynasty Warriors into one legendary hack-and-slash Wii U adventure. Players control hero Link or Princess Zelda, or might opt to play as Impa or Midna in their debut as playable characters. Familiar locations from The Legend of Zelda world subtly change to reflect the art styles of their original games. The game is scheduled to launch on Sept. 19.

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