'God of War' director Cory Barlog has suggested he's up for the idea of teaming with Netflix.
Although rumours of a film adaptation of the video game franchise - starring 'Game of Thrones' actor Jason Momoa as Kratos - have been shut down, it appears there is still a chance it could become a reality in the future.
Responding to the speculation, Cory teased on Twitter: "True. This is not happening. Hmmm... I wonder if we should do something about that @netflix?"
Earlier this year, Cory revealed he couldn't sleep for days in the lead-up to the release of the game, which sold 3.1 million copies in its first three days.
SIE Santa Monica Studio's creative director was incredibly excited to see what the reaction would be to the latest title in the action adventure franchise.
Speaking to Gamespot just before the reviews came out last week ahead of Friday's (20.04.18) launch, he said: "It is absolutely like the night before Christmas. I didn't sleep at all last night.
"I'm excited. I remain so proud of what we've done, so proud of the team and sort of the shift our entire studio has made. I feel strongly that this is the best thing that we've ever done."
Despite the buzz, Cory admitted there were some nerves as he felt quite "exposed" ahead of the reviews being made public.
He added: "I would be lying if I didn't say I'm still afraid of the review embargo lifting, I mean, it's a very exposed time as a creative, right? It's like are they going to swipe right or swipe left?
"I feel that's literally what our feeling is, we're standing up in front of the class naked and we're being judged. But, I wouldn't want to do that with any other team. I feel incredibly confident because of the team that we have."