Beloved Video Game Duke Nukem Is Getting A Movie From Some Cobra Kai Talent

Remember Duke Nukem? The original video game and its two sequels were all the rage in the early-mid ‘90s, and along with a variety of spinoff games that followed at the end of that decade and into the 2000s, the property made a major comeback in 2011 with Duke Nukem Forever. Additionally, a Duke Nukem movie has been in and out of development for more than two decades, and today brings word that this project is back on track, this time with some Cobra Kai talent guiding it along.

Cobra Kai creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have boarded the latest iteration of the Duke Nukem movie through their Counterbalance Entertainment company, per THR. Legendary Entertainment has picked up the film rights for the property from Gearbox Software, which acquired Duke Nukem back in 2010. The next step is to find a writer for the Duke Nukem movie, and while there isn’t a director attached either, apparently it’s possible that one of the three men behind one of the most popular Netflix shows could take on helming duties.

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