10 Nov – Although it is still in early development, it looks like someone is already interested to be a part of the upcoming Nintendo live-action adaptation of "The Legend of Zelda".
American rapper and singer-songwriter Machine Gun Kelly recently took to Instagram Story to express his interest in the project, screengrabbing an article about the adaptation and posted, "If I don't play Link, we have a problem."
Kelly, real name Colson Baker, is known for his love of the video game series. The rapper and wife Megan Fox even decided to dress up as Link and Princess Zelda on Halloween last year.
The upcoming movie will be helmed by "Maze Runner" director Wes Ball, and will be a collaboration between Nintendo and Sony Pictures.
"Zelda" was first released in 1986, and tells the tale of a boy named Link who must save the Kingdom of Hyrule and its princess, Zelda by defeating the evil Ganon.