A popular thing to do in interviews is to ask film directors if they want to make their project into a video game, and vice versa for game designers. In both cases, they'll at least admit there's a slight chance of an adaptation and boom, traffic.

Inglourious Basterds director Quentin Tarantino is indifferent toward video games, though. It's not just that he doesn't want to make his films into games - he just doesn't like to game at all.

“I cannot get myself interested in video games," Tarantino told The Telegraph. "I’ve been given video game players and they just sit there connected to my TVs gathering dust until eventually I unplug them so I can put in another special-region DVD player.”

Oh well. I guess it falls to David Cage to make a game where you stab an ODing woman in the chest with an adrenaline needle.

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