Fallout is a series of post-apocalyptic computer role-playing games originally produced and published by Interplay Entertainment. Although set in and after the 22nd century, its story and artwork are heavily influenced by the post-World War II nuclear paranoia of the 1950s. The series is lightly based on the Mad Max film series, and is sometimes considered to be an unofficial sequel to Wasteland.
Fallout is a possible movie based on the Fallout series of computer games. There has been at least one canceled attempt at making a Fallout movie in the past.
While no Fallout movie project has officially been announced since the acquisition of the franchise by Bethesda Softworks, IMDb Pro lists a movie titled Fallout as being in production. According to IMDb Pro, the producers are Dan Clarke and Sriram Das, and the writers are Guinevere Turner and Andre Fonseca. The plot summary is "In a post-apocalyptic world, three friends struggle to survive." It is not known whether the movie is officially based on the Fallout series, or just uses the same title with no other relation.
... that Fallout 76 is set only 25 years after the bombs fell?
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