"Postal" will be the latest video game to make the transition to the big screen, from Vancouver-based director/producer Uwe "BloodRayne" Boll.
According to a recent press release:
"Postal" is the computer game franchise that religious leaders, parent groups, politicians, timid reviewers and numerous countries wanted banned. In Australia and New Zealand, it is against the law to have this computer game in one’s possession.
"Uwe Boll is the perfect producer-director to make 'Postal'", said games creator, Running With Scissors' CEO Vince Desi.
"He understands the subject matter and has an appreciation and affinity for controversy and political incorrectness."
Actors joining the cast are Erick "The Mummy" Avari, Seymour "Rushmore" Cassel, JK "Spider-Man" Simmons, Larry "Seinfeld" Thomas, Verne "Austin Powers" Troyer, Ralf "Gladiator" Moeller and Michael "Streets Of Fire" Paré.
Boll will also play himself in the film.
Stay tuned to SNEAK PEEK for more "Postal" updates...