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.
Interplay Films, a division of Interplay Entertainment, was formed in 1998 and was to develop seven of the company’s most popular video game titles into movies, including Fallout. In 2000, Interplay was said to be partnering with Dark Horse Entertainment on the Fallout movie project. It was reported that Brent Freeman (Dark Skies, Mortal Kombat II) wrote the script. Eventually, no Interplay property was ever made into a film and the division was disbanded.
In the DVD comentary of The Mutant Chronicles, Ron Perlman stated that he was the narrator in a action heavy videogame that he thought was being made into a movie where the main line was "war never changes". Although he did not remember the title of the game it seems obvious that he was refering to Fallout.
While no Fallout movie project has officially been announced after the acquisition of the franchise by Bethesda Softworks, IMDb Pro lists a movie titled Fallout as being in development. According to IMDb Pro, the producers are Sriram Das, Ara Katz, and Art Spigel (of which the latter two produced George Romero's Diary of the Dead), and the writers are Milton Hernandez and Andre Fonseca. The plot summary is "In a post-apocalyptic world, three friends struggle to survive." It is unknown whether this project is linked to the Fallout series or whether the title is just coincidence.
On 5 February 2009, Bethesda Softworks applied for the Fallout trademark for "Entertainment services in the nature of an on-going television program" (s/n 77663853) and for "motion picture films about a post-nuclear apocalyptic world" (s/n 77663852). It is not known whether it has anything to do with the aforementioned project.