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Metro 2033 Movie Is Canceled by Author Dmitry Glukhovsky

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Expected with excitedly Metro 2033 film was unexpectedly canceled.

Metro 2033, one of the most shocking books and game series of recent years, would be adapted to cinema. Unfortunately, the project canceled by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky.

Before that MGM was made a bargain with copyright owner and had initiated the process. However, Dmitry Glukhovsky overturned the deal as the situation was not satisfied at all.

Because Glokhovsky was annoyed Americanizing and said these words:

“A lot of things didn’t work out in Washington DC. In Washington DC, Nazis don’t work, Communists don’t work at all, and the Dark Ones don’t work. Washington DC is a black city basically. That’s not at all the allusion I want to have, it’s a metaphor of general xenophobia but it’s not a comment on African Americans at all. So it didn’t work. They had to replace the Dark Ones with some kind of random beasts and as long as the beasts don’t look human, the entire story of xenophobia doesn’t work which was very important to me as a convinced internationalist. They turned it into a very generic thing.” 

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