Depth Entertainment (DE) is a cross-media entertainment development company which participated in the production of the Max Payne film as a partner of Radar Group.

Nature of workEdit

Depth Entertainment works with other companies' intellectual properties to launch them into auxilliary media formats. DE builds each project from their trademarked "Storyverse" element which is described as being story fundamentals that would enable a cross-media construction.[1]

DE claims to be unconventional, dedicated to avoiding clichés of media production, and boasts it creates content that would "thrive".[1] However, the only released project of Depth Entertainment so far is the 2008 Max Payne film[2] which received an overwhelmingly negative reception[3][4][5], even drawing criticism from their very partners - Radar Group's CEO Scott Miller.[6][7]

Other projectsEdit

The studio has revealed it was working on the film adaptation of the videogame American McGee's Alice[2], but the movie is struggling to take shape [8][9][10]ever since 1999.[11]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Depth Entertainment website section "About" Retrieved August 28, 2011
  2. 2.0 2.1 Depth Entertainment website section "Home" Retrieved August 28, 2011
  3. General fan community opinion
  4. Max Payne film at Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved August 28, 2011
  5. Max Payne film at Metacritic Retrieved August 28, 2011
  6. Miller on Matt Chatt
  7. "3D Realms "Bewildered" by Max Payne Flick" on EDGE Retrieved June 20, 2011.
  8. IGN - August Talks Alice Retrieved August 28, 2011
  9. IGN - Games-to-Film Update: Alice, Oz Retrieved August 28, 2011
  10. Bloody Disgusting - American McGee's 'Alice' Basically Back at Square One Retrieved August 28, 2011
  11. IGN - Wes Craven to Dark Wonderland Retrieved August 29, 2011

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