Myst, that graphical adventure video game you might remember from way back in the ’90s, is reportedly getting its own TV and movie universe after Village Roadshow Entertainment Group purchased the rights to develop it.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group is now developing a multi-platform on-screen universe — with both unscripted and scripted content.
The report added Village Roadshow will create this universe in partnership with original Myst co-creators Rand and Ryan Miller.
Village Roadshow has bought the rights to the 1993 video game.
Village Roadshow has bought the rights to the 1993 video game.https://t.co/eNCsv835Ds— CNET News (@CNETNews) June 26, 2019