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  • Blog Post: Deadpool Promises A Date With Destiny…Tomorrow

    A new video has cropped up on online in which Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool character promises some big things in store in his amazing trailer. But not today. After a relatively disastrous appearance in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine , and a middling video game release in 2013, Deadpool is on... More
  • Blog Post: 20th Century Fox Making Magic: The Gathering Movie Franchise

    Film studio 20th Century Fox has bought the movie rights to Wizards of the Coast's popular fantasy card game, with the intent of making it into a major movie franchise. The Hollywood Reporter is...reporting that 20th Century Fox has bought the rights to make a series of movies based on Magic: The... More
  • Blog Post: Trademark For Alien: Isolation Appears

    20th Century Fox has filed a trademark for Alien: Isolation that covers video games and other doodads. Apart from covering what we hope is a video game, the trademark also covers eyeglasses, "mobile software applications," ringtones, decorative magnets, and more. Although the trademark was... More
  • Blog Post: New Hitman Movie Planned, Paul Walker To Star

    Fox is looking to reboot the Hitman movie franchise, this time with Paul Walker, best known for his work in the The Fast and the Furious films. The film will be titled Agent 47. With Timothy Olyphant, who played Agent 47, busy starring in one of the best television shows currently on the air, Justified... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Birds Head For Rio

    The iPhone hit Angry Birds is getting a strange kind of sequel. It seems that developer Rovio Mobile has teamed up with the creators of Ice Age to make a Angry Bird titles that ties into 20th Century Fox's upcoming animated film Rio. Rio hits theaters on April 15, but Angry Birds Rio will be hitting... More
  • Blog Post: Missile Command Slated For The Silver Screen

    It's no longer surprising for a game franchise heavy on narrative or character development to be optioned for the big screen. It is somewhat staggering, however, when significantly more abstract titles are given the same treatment. According to Variety, arcade classic Missile Command has been picked... More
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