Press Trust of India
November 16, 2012 13:09 IST
Tom Hardy is currently in Namibia shooting Mad Max: Fury Road.
Inception star Tom Hardy will
be seen battling international terrorists in his upcoming film
The Ubisoft's film is based on the company's video game
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.
Eric Singer is writing the script, which has been
described as a stealth video game revolving around field agent
Sam Fisher, a highly trained special operative in a fictional
black-ops division. He and his team battle international
terrorists, the Hollywood Reporter said.
The first game debuted in 2002 and also featured tie-in
book. Five other game installments have appeared since with a
sixth one, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist, set for
release in spring 2013. Ubisoft says more than 23 million
units of the game have been sold.
Ubisoft created its screen division, Ubisoft Motion
Pictures, in 2011 in order to bring its video games to film,
TV and Internet.
Hardy, whose last big screen outing was as Bane in The
Dark Knight Rises, is currently in Namibia shooting Mad Max: