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The Sims Movie in the Pipe From Loki Director, Margot Robbie’s Company to Produce

EA’s long-running life simulation series The Sims is being adapted into a movie, according to
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The project will be directed by Kate Herron, who previously directed season one of Loki for Disney+ and four episodes of Sex Eduction season one for Netflix. Herron will reportedly also co-write the screenplay.

Margot Robbie’s production company LuckyChap (which Robbie runs alongside Tom Ackerly, Josey McNamara, and Sophia Kerr) is on deck to produce, in conjunction with Roy Lee and Miri Yoon of Vertigo Entertainment, as well as Electronic Arts itself.

No other details on the upcoming film are available at this stage, so it’s unknown how many Sims will drown following the removal of the ladder after they jump in the pool.

Created by iconic game designer Will Wright (the creator of 1989’s pioneering SimCity), The Sims was first released in early 2000. With over two decades of sequels and expansions under its belt (and more than 200 million copies sold) The Sims is one of the best-selling video game series off all time.


This isn’t the first time a movie based on The Sims has been in the works; back in 2007 Fox was gearing up for
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, but it floundered in development limbo for over a decade before being officially cancelled in 2019 in the wake of the Disney-Fox merger.


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