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It was only last week we heard the director of the Metal Gear movie, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, talk about his crazy ideas for a potential Metroid film. Now, during an interview with IGN on its Comic-Con live show, he's revealed how he would approach a movie about The Legend Of Zelda, if given the opportunity.

I think you have to find a way to very intensely fuse the pure just sort of fantasy of The Ocarina of Time and The Link to the Past, but then I think you need to find a way to incorporate the newer pseudo-tech stuff -- you know, the lasers and Tron lines that happen in the newer games, but in a way that’s not overwhelming.

He explained how "quirky and bizarre" The Legend of Zelda actually was in contrast to other fantasy series:

The thing about Zelda is Zelda is not Lord of the Rings, right? You cannot forget how quirky and bizarre Zelda is.

I think you need to find a way to actually fuse the traditional Zelda and the very new Zelda.

He also said he would ensure Link remained a silent protagonist, and would not allow him to speak for the entire film.

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