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  • Blog Post: Our First Look At Jason Momoa As Aquaman Is No Joke

    If your only experience with Aquaman was the Superfriends cartoon of the 1970s and 1980s, you might have the wrong impression of the character. The king of Atlantis can do more than talk to fish, and we’re about to find out that he is not to be trifled with. Director Zack Snyder shared the first... More
  • Blog Post: My Name Is Inigo Montoya, You Killed My Father's iPad, Prepare To Die

    Gameblend has created a new mobile game based on the beloved '80 film The Princess Bride . The game uses simple touch mechanics to recreate a number of iconic sequences from the movie, including the famous sword fight between Wesley (as the Dread Pirate Roberts) and Inigo Montoya, the Cliffs of Insanity... More
  • Blog Post: District 9 Director Neill Blomkamp Shows Off Art From Abandoned Alien Sequel

    Last night, the world learned that District 9 director Neill Blomkamp was involved in film project in the Alien universe. We didn’t hear this via press release or an exclusive story in a trade publication. No, Blomkamp shared these himself, which doesn’t bode well for the project. “Was... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Hires Media Guru Evan Cholfin To Adapt Games For Film And TV

    Sega is looking to broaden it's entertainment reach and has hired former Break Media executive Evan Cholfin to help bring a selection of it's hottest properties to the golden and silver screens. Does this mean we'll see a Sonic the Hedgehog film soon? Probably not, but we might get a Streets... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Time Running Out To Bid On Unearthed E.T. Cartridges

    Update : You've only got about an hour left to bid on one of the uncovered Atari cartridges. If you want to check out the items, head over to the eBay auctions . Original Story : The lost E.T. cartridges that were located and excavated as part of a documentary film will be auctioned off by the city... More
  • Blog Post: The Uncharted Movie Has A (New) Writer: Mark Boal Of The Hurt Locker And Zero Dark Thirty

    According to the Hollywood Reporter, Mark Boal has been attached to the upcoming Uncharted film adaptation. The Oscar-winner holds in his hands some of the hopes and dreams of video game fans everywhere. Boal, who is best known for his work on The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty , could extend his skill... More
  • Blog Post: Blizzard Offers Sneak Peek At Warcraft Film In Promotional Images And Posters

    The Warcraft movie has been in development for some time. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait until March of 2016 to see if it turn out to be another video game film flop, but you won't have to wait until its in theater to get a glimpse of the Warcraft film's posters. We have them here! Earlier... More
  • Blog Post: Blizzard Releases Trailer For World Of Warcraft Documentary Premiering At Blizzcon

    Blizzard's official World of Warcraft documentary film, World of Warcraft: Looking for Group , is premiering this weekend at Blizzcon, and you can see the trailer here. The film covers the World of Warcraft phenomenon interviewing players and Blizzard members, and will apparently have some never... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Part Documentary Looks At The History Of Fantasia And Its Video Game Accompaniment

    Timed alongside the release of Fantasia: Music Evolved last week, Harmonix and Disney have released a documentary showcasing how the game came together, as well as the legacy of the films. You can find the first episode below, or you can watch it in a YouTube playlist here . Each episode is about three... More
  • Blog Post: Marvel Plots Its Course To Avengers: Infinity War Films

    At a special event today, Marvel announce the future of its film universe. Yesterday, news leaked that Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch might be playing the Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange . While that bit of info was not confirmed at Marvel's event in Los Angeles, we do know dates and names... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman: Agent 47 Movie Pushed To August 2015

    Originally meant to release in February, Fox's new Hitman film adaptation has been pushed back six months. According to Hollywood Reporter , the push is related to extra time needed to complete special effect shots for the film. This isn't the first hurdle the film has had to clear. Paul Walker... More
  • Blog Post: 343 Industries Releasing Halo 2 Remake Documentary

    343 Industries released a teaser today announcing a documentary chronicling the making of process behind Halo 2's upcoming remake. You can check out the video below which recalls the hype surrounding the original release of Halo 2, and how 343 Industries decided to remake Halo 2 because they thought... More
  • Blog Post: Danny McBride, Bill Hader, Peter Dinklage, And More Confirmed For Angry Birds Movie

    Rovio revealed today a cast list for its upcoming Angry Birds movie and it includes Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, and Maya Rudolph among others. The full list includes an impressive collection of very funny people. Jason Sudeikis stars as Red (a bird with anger management issues), Josh Gad plays the fast... More
  • Blog Post: Tetris Is Being Turned Into A Sci-Fi Movie, And We Assume Z-Tetrominos Are The Villains

    Game to movie adaptations aren’t often the most graceful pieces of cinema. Jokes are wedged into the script and references to the source material are awkwardly shoehorned into action sequences. This time, the entire “plot” is about wedging and shoehorning. Tetris is being turned into... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed Movie Pushed Back, Won't Release In 2015

    A change in Fox's release schedule means its unlikely that we'll see the Assassin's Creed movie adaptation anytime soon. According to Ain't It Cool News, Fox has pushed the Assassin's Creed movie (which is slated to star Michael Fassbender) back "indefinitely." It had been... More
  • Blog Post: Three Pikmin Shorts Will Debut At The Tokyo Film Festival

    The Pikmin series might not sit atop Nintendo sales charts, but it does have a loyal following and adorable characters. Franchise creator (and famed Nintendo designer) Shigeru Miyamoto is putting the diligent, plant-like workers to task on a new project. Variety reports that Miyamoto has produced three... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Shadow Of The Colossus Movie Has A New Director

    Sony has been mulling a movie based on Team ICO’s Shadow of the Colossus for five years now, and the project might be about to get some traction. A director has been named for the film. According to Hollywood Reporter , Andres Muschietti (Mama) will be handling directorial responsibilities, replacing... More
  • Blog Post: Good Old Games Begins Selling Game-Related Documentary Films

    Good Old Games has made its name selling back catalog titles from the golden age of PC gaming. Now, the company is expanding into cinema with a slew of documentaries aimed at the gaming audience. The company hopes to eventually expand to more mainstream Hollywood fare, but is intent on selling its movies... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Dead Rising Movie Gets A Director

    The Dead Rising movie, which was revealed to be in the works earlier this summer , has a director. News of the director comes from The Wrap which points to Zach Lipovsky as being in charge of the movie adaptation of Capcom's other zombie series. Lipovsky directed the film Leprechaun: Origins , but... More
  • Blog Post: CODumentary Documents Rise Of Activision's Call of Duty Franchise

    A new independently produced feature documentary tells the tale of Call of Duty's origins and rise to international popularity. Entitled CODumentary: The Call of Duty Story , the film aims to document the rise of Activision and Infinity Ward's popular first-person shooter franchise, and the eSports... More
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