Nintendo is interested in changing the way films based off of video games are handled, imagining a world where gamers take their Nintendo 3DS into a theatre to participate with the movie, Zelda head Eiji Aonuma told Kotaku.
According to Aonuma, both he and Nintendo's Miyamoto have discussed the potential for a film adaptation of the Zelda series; However, it would not follow the traditional film route if it were to come to fruition.
"This is something that me and Mr. Miyamoto talked about," he said. "If we were to make a Zelda title, if we had interest in doing that, I think really what would be most important to us is to be able to play with the format of a movie, make it more interactive, like you're able to take your 3DS into the theater and that leads you into participating in it somehow. We wouldn't want to make it the same as any other movie. We want to somehow change what a movie is."
Disney recently experimented with a similar idea, getting iPad owners to use the second screen during special screenings of The Little Mermaid to interact with the film, play games and sing along.