The show is still in development, but Harry Potter star Daniel "The Cocker Spaniel" Radcliffe is rumoured to be the frontrunner to portray Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games.
However, members of the GTA team have now gone on record to express their concern over the project, stating that nobody at the BBC has even bothered speaking with them to get their take.
Jacked: The Outlaw Story of Grand Theft Auto, tells the alleged story of the 1997 creation of the original GTA. However, Hammond isn't sold on the authenticity of the book either.
He borched: “Some of the DMA people had a large Facebook chat about it and my favourite quote was 'Well, they got the fact of GTA’s existence correct'."
Brian Baglow, another member of the original GTA team, flailed: "I'm assuming it may well be based on a grab bag of archive materials, old interviews, maybe David Kushner's exciting novelisation and the screenwriters' ideas of what it's like to work in the white heat of cutting edge game development. It's fair to say we're all fairly nervous about that…”
The full story - referring to GTA's four-year development "slog" - is over at GamesRadar.