"The Sims" is one of EA's biggest franchises and, including sequels and expansions such as "The Sims: House Party" and "The Sims: Vacation," has sold nearly 85 million copies since it debuted seven years ago.I'm not really sure how you can turn The Sims into a movie, but probably the millions of The Sims fans will love it.
Oft-described as a "virtual dollhouse," the game puts players in charge of simulated people, helping them make friends, find satisfying jobs and buy household items in order to stay happy.
"The Sims has done an interactive version of an old story, which is what it's like to have infinite power and how do you deal with it," the Hollywood industry paper quoted Rod Humble, head of The Sims Studio at EA, as saying.
The Sims: The Movie coming soon
Posted on Tuesday, May 29 2007 @ 12:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Electronics Arts sold the movie rights of "The Sims" to 20th Century Fox, Reuters reports: