Paul W.S. Anderson, who is currently shooting "Resident Evil: Afterlife", has planned to keep himself busy after wrapping the movie. His partner in "Resident Evil", producer Jeremy Bolt, recently told press that the helmer, who has been set to produce "The Three Musketeers", is circling two upcoming movie projects.
According to Bolt, Anderson has once again eyed the helmer position for "Castlevania", in which James Wan has been attached to direct. Additionally, he has put his name in the unofficial bidding for directing "Metal Gear Solid".
"Castlevania", based on classic video game with the same title, will follow Transylvanian knight who leads his men into a gothic castle to seek refuge from the Turkish army. The knights soon discover the castle is controlled by the original vampire. Paul W.S. Anderson will serve both as producer and writer of the 2010 movie.
As for "Metal Gear Solid", the action sci-fi movie will serve as an adaptation of Konami's video game series centering on Solid Snake, a retired soldier who infiltrates a nuclear weapons disposal facility to neutralize the terrorist threat from Foxhound, a renegade special forces unit, in an attempt to liberate their two hostages. Produced by Michael De Luca, it is scheduled to be released in 2012.