Uwe Boll Finally Goes ‘Postal’

The controversial video game Postal, which has sold more than 1 million units despite being banned in 13 countries and publicly condemned by U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, is heading to the big screen with B-D’s favorite producer-director Uwe Boll, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Boll has optioned the game from developer Running With Scissors with plans to film the $10 million-$15 million feature in late 2006 for a 2007 theatrical release that would mark the 10th anniversary of the game’s release. Boll, a fan of the “Postal” game franchise, sees the film as “Pulp Fiction” meets “Falling Down.” “The film will have all the political incorrectness and American craziness from the game, wrapped around an action-thriller story line,” Boll said.

Source: Hollywood Reporter