Wolfenstein hits Howl-lywood

id Software's CEO Todd Hollenshead talks more on the company's planned Wolfenstein movie adaptation

Hot on the heels of the tepidly-recieved Doom movie, id Software's CEO Todd Hollenshead has been talking about the developers' future movie adaptation plans, specifically revealing more info on the long-anticipated Wolfenstein film project.

In an interview with, Hollenshead has explained that, following the Doom movie, "our next order of business is to try to get Wolfenstein made into a movie; I think it could make a very interesting film."

Apparently, id expects the adaptation to incorporate story elements from the both Return to Castle Wolfenstein and the recently announced upcoming Wolfenstein instalment. "Where we'd go from a movie standpoint," Hollenshead divulges, "would be to incorporate a lot of the elements from Return to Castle Wolfenstein along with what we're going to be doing in the next Wolfenstein game that we announced a few weeks ago. It will probably have a little more similarity in terms of the direction of the movie script to the upcoming game."

We've been mourning the recent drought of Nazi zombie movies down at the local muliplex, so the faster id gets this one out the door the better, we reckon. Provided it can make it not suck.