Zelda Movie Director Stays As Quiet As Link About His Favorite Game In The Series


Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes director Wes Ball apparently doesn’t want to give anything away about The Legend of Zelda movie. In fact, he’s staying as mysterious as the Sheikah about what his favorite video game is in the long-running series.

IGN asked the filmmaker on X (formerly known as Twitter) about his preferred Zelda title. Ball raised an eyebrow at the question, before deciding to stay mum on the subject. “I better not say,” the director said with a big smile.

While Ball clearly is choosing to not disclose an answer–and possibly have fans read too much into his answer–others on social media took the response as a signal he’s never played any Legend of Zelda game. So, the filmmaker replied on the IGN post, saying: “Relax guys,” Ball wrote. “I’m one of you. I’ve just learned from a wise man; when it comes to Zelda, best to say nothing as things just get misinterpreted.”

To further back up Ball’s point, the director has a history of talking about video games on his X account. For example, in June 2017, Ball posted a photo on X of picking up a Nintendo Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Earlier this month, Ball talked about lessons he’s applying to his upcoming Zelda movie. Additionally, the director has previously expressed that the film has “got to feel like something real.” This comes after Ball mentioned swinging for live-action Hayao Miyazaki aesthetics, known for co-founding Studio Ghibli.

The Legend of Zelda movie was officially announced in November, and the film is coming from Nintendo and Sony Pictures Entertainment. There is no release date yet for the project. Meanwhile, Ball’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes premieres in theaters today, May 10.

For more, check out GameSpot’s Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes review.


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