Ryan Reynolds could star in the adaptation of the Netflix of the video game ‘The Dragon’s Lair’


Ryan Reynolds is in negotiations to star in and produce the adaptation in the real action of the video game Dragon’s Lairwhose rights have recently purchased Netflix. The Hollywood Reporter announces that it will be produced by Roy Lee, through Vertigo Entertainment’s Trevor Engelson of Underground Films. Reynolds will join the production through Maximum Effort. The script will be run by Dan and Kevin Hageman, screenwriters of ‘The LEGO movie’.

Dragon's Lair

Dragon’s Lair is an icon of the arcades of the 80’s. He presented a graphic style of animation very characteristic created by the designer Don Bluth. Currently, it is one of the three games on permanent display at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, along with Pong and Pac-Man. The plot presented to Dirk the Daring, a knight with the mission to rescue the princess Daphne from the castle of the wizard Mordroc, in which dwells a dragon called Singe.

Good relationship between Ryan Reynolds and Netflix

‘Dragon’s Lair’ would be the third project of Reynolds with Netflixstarting with the tape of action ‘6’ shadow and following with the future of ‘Red Notice’ that I would still be rolling with Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson. In addition, it would also be the first film centered on a video game in the race to interpreting the american actor, because Reynolds has a pending release ‘Free Guy’ that would arrive on 3 July.