I wish I was kidding. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the popular mobile game, Fruit Ninja, is being made into a live action feature film. The film is being dubbed as a live-action family comedy.
Fruit Ninja is a 2010 mobile game developed by Australian developers Halfbrick Studios. The object of the game is to slice fruit in half by swiping your finger across a touch screen device such as an iPhone or Android. With over 1 billion downloads, the game is the second highest selling iOS game in history. The game has since made its way to consoles such as Xbox 360. How this will be made into a full-length, live-action film, though, is beyond my current knowledge, but it IS happening.
Tripp Vinison, who has produced such movies as The Number 23, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and San Andreas, will be producing the feature film. The script is being written by J.P. Lavin and Chad Damiani who wrote the script for another upcoming head-scratch worthy movie, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attck, based on the book by the same name.
As we learn more, we will keep you updated. I would really love to know what you geeks think about this, so please let us know in the comments.