American McGee's twisted take on Alice in Wonderland has been capturing the imagination of fans since the original game debuted back in 2000. The movie rights to his vision have been bouncing around for nearly as long. Now McGee wants them back, but he can't do it alone.
The good news is that while McGee's Spicy Horse development studio is still in talks with EA about a third game in the Alice series (Alice: Otherlands), the company has managed to ink a deal with Collision Entertainment, the current holder of the franchise's film rights. In a statement to Kotaku, American McGee explains how the deal is structured.