Oh, no. Now I'm having Sonic 2006 flashbacks.
Also, I can see some of this working (a Splinter Cell movie would just be a regular spy/action flick) and some of this failing to no end. How on Earth do you adapt CoD to the big screen, other than just make the campaign into a film? And why would you make TLoU and Uncharted into a movie, when they are basically movies as they are, it would be so redundant.
For COD you just make a standard war movie the same way you normally would but use "Call of Duty" as the title, simple
For TLOU/Uncharted... they aren't "basically movies", and it's pretty insulting to both the devs and the fans of those games to suggest so. And as for why they'd make movies for them, well there's a whole load of people that like watching movies but wouldn't ever play a game... and to those potential customers the fans of the games who are very likely to watch the movie and you have yourself a nice potential audience.
Bet Shiken that COD would outsell Battlefield in 2018. http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8749702