There is a movie of bio shock on going. It is no longer a rumor, it is a reality and, in fact, Netflix offered some details recently. The project is directed by Francis Lawrence (Red Sparrow, I Am Legend, Constantine) and lead writer Michael Green (Blade Runner 2049, American Gods). However, today we want to go a step further and that is why we bring you this article with 5 Actors We’d Like To See In Netflix’s BioShock Movie. Actors and actresses who adapt as faithfully as possible and with a high interpretive level to the mythical characters that make up the cast of the first installment of this legendary franchise. Let’s go there.
Jeremy Renner as Jack
One of the most complex casting choices, as Jack is a character without a face and without a voice throughout Bioshock. From what little we know about his physical appearance and his calm character but capable of resisting all kinds of difficulties, Jeremy Renner would fit us perfectly.
Gary Oldman as Andrew Ryan
Such a charismatic character, full of emotional edges and with such depth of character, must be played by an actor of an enormous level. That’s Gary Oldman. Chameleon-like and talented, Oldman would make a magnificent Andrew Ryan.
Sam Claflin as Atlas
Our adventure partner for much of BioShock is Atlas, who guides us through Rapture and has a great knowledge of the place and its people. Although Sam Claflin may be somewhat unknown to the general public, his recent performance in Peaky Blinders totally convinces us to bring Atlas to life.
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Diane Kruger as Brigid Tenenbaum
One of the most mysterious and iconic characters from the first BioShock is Brigid Tenenbaum, the scientist from whom the idea for the Little Sisters and the ADAM collection came from. Germany’s Diane Kruger is a great fit for a role that requires both experience and versatility. She has them.
Brett Gelman as Sander Cohen
Although he is a secondary character, Sander Cohen is also one of BioShock’s most remembered for his madness and peculiarity. Our risky bet to play him in the film adaptation would be Brett Gelman, whom you probably know from Stranger Things or Fleabag and whose name is sounding more and more strongly within the film and television industry.