Konami's Dance Dance Revolution is getting the movie treatment, courtesy of Greg Silverman's Stampede (via Variety).
The company will be teaming up with Branded Entertainment's J. Todd Harris and Marc Marcum for the film, which revolves around saving the world from destruction by uniting via the universal power of dance. I guess they had to make it work somehow; the games aren't exactly known for their story, after all.
That's pretty much all there is to know about the Dance Dance Revolution movie right now, although the project its obviously only in its infancy.
Konami launched the rhythm-based video game series in 1998, and is widely considered a pioneering franchise within the genre. There's been a heap of games released in the franchise over the last 20 years, with the most recent being 2016's Dance Dance Revolution A.
Quite how the movie version will pan out is anyone's guess, but it sounds way more interesting than the Monster Hunter film.