Legendary Pictures has plans to bring a Dead Rising video game adaptation to Crackle. The project marks the first project by studio's Digital Media department.

The Capcom zombie survival video game is set during a large-scale zombie outbreak. When a mandatory government vaccine fails to prevent the spread of the infection, the four government leaders must evade infection while pursuing the root of the epidemic. All signs are pointing to a government conspiracy.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing the film with Mortal Kombat: Legacy's Tim Carter, who is also writing the project. A director has not been set. The movie will be released on SVOD, DVD, VOD and TV after it makes its run on Crackle.

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Legendary Digital chief Tom Lesinski had this to say about the project.

"Dead Rising has a built-in fan base and rich characters and plotlines that are ideal for digital storytelling and on target for Legendary's brand. Crackle and Content are adept at distributing cutting-edge digital content and we look forward to delivering a highly engaging and cool series for a global audience."

The video game franchise has sold over 6.5 million copies worldwide.