The movie studio behind the upcoming Tekken film has signed a $200 million movie financing deal that includes adaptations of Castlevania and Pac-Man.
Crystal Sky Pictures and financial specialist Grosvenor Park inked a five-feature deal that also includes an adaptation Richard Branson's "Losing My Virginity" memoir and a sequel to John Woo's Hard Boiled.
No other details about how the Pac-Man movie will be realized were provided.
"This financing is helping us in our expansion plans to greenlight films more quickly," Crystal Sky Picture's Steven Paul said. "We're now one of the few companies to have a big budget with which to develop our slate."
Both companies have extensive previous experience producing films with companies like Paramount Vantage and DreamWorks.