Ubisoft and producer Michael Bay have hired a couple of screenwriters to take a crack at the script for the big screen adaptation of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon. The writers they hired are Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia, who also worked on the feature film adaptation of Y: The Last Man.
The games revolve around "a fictional unit of the U.S. Army Special Forces that essentially operates as the President’s private army, using the latest technology to infiltrate and take down threats around the world without leaving any traces behind that they exist."
There's a chance that Bay could end up directing this film, which I would actually love to see. I think he is a solid choice to adapt this game. If I got to chose any director to take it on, though, I think James Cameron would be perfect. But in the end, I think it would be great if Bay ended up bringing it to life.
I have high hopes for the future of video game movies. We're in an era where they might actually get done right!