It worked out for Sonic, so... maybe?
Pac-Man 2 - The New Adventures

A report by The Hollywood Reporter says that the classic yellow, pill gobbling, haunted video game character, Pac-Man, is set to be the star of an all-new live-action movie. Bandai Namco is partnering with Wayfarer Studios to bring Pac-Man to the big screen in a bit ol' Hollywood film of his own.

The film will be based on an original idea by Chuck Williams, an associate producer on the 2020 Sonic the Hedgehog film. Williams will also serve as producer on this Pac-Man film alongside fellow Lightbeam Entertainment employee Tim Kwok. Justin Baldoni, Manu Gargi, and Andrew Calof from Wayfarer Studios will also serve as producers on the film.

One of Wayfarer's co-founders, Steve Sarowitz, recently pumped in another $125 million (USD) into the production company. They were the studio behind Clouds, a recent feature on Disney+.

Pac-Man began life in 1980 and was one of the key games, characters, and franchises that helped with the rise of video game popularity in the early days. It began as an arcade release where you guided Pac-Man around a maze, gobbling up pellets and evading dangerous ghosts. There have been countless ports of the original, several sequels, spin-off games, 3D Pac-Man games, Ms. Pac-Man, merchandise, songs, various TV cartoon series, board games, and has already made several film appearances in one way or another.

It's currently unclear what this movie might end up being, but if they were able to turn Sonic the Hedgehog into a moderately decent couple of live-action films, then anything is possible.