Spielberg warns VR will rule the future at Comic-Con

Posted July 24, 2017

For those unfamiliar, Ready Player One centers around the main character Wade Watts (played by Tye Sheridan) who spends his time in a virtual world known as OASIS.

"This was definitely the most complex movie I've ever worked on". We just simply was unaware of what Ready Player One was, but we think you agree after watching the following trailer any of you that are movie fans will, at the very least have your intrigue peaked. Lots of colours, laser, and PLENTY of pop culture references.

The hype for the film began even before the novel was published with Warner Bros. and De Line Pictures winning the auction for screen rights back in 2010.

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Steven Spielberg has warned that a future ruled by virtual reality is coming "whether we like it or not".

After all, in the novel, Parzival's best friend Aech turns out to be a black lesbian, instead of the tall white male that is her avatar. But that isn't to say I don't get excited when he makes new stuff.

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Ready Player One opens in the United States on 30 March, 2018. So when the great bearded one announced he was going to direct a movie version, many were intruigued about how they'd incorporate references to films owned by a wide variety of companies - especially as Spielberg said he would be going easy on references to his own films.

Presenting his upcoming sci-fi film at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego on Friday, the acclaimed director addressed what has recently been a recurring topic for him.

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