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  • Blog Post: Fox Confirms Deadpool 2 Will Return With Ryan Reynolds And Director Tim Miller

    At today's CinemaCon in Las Vegas, 20th Century Fox confirmed that Ryan Reynolds and director Tim Miller will return for Deadpool 2. This year's dirty-joke-filled Deadpool movie broke records, including earning more than $750 million worldwide, making it the highest grossing R-rated film to date... More
  • Blog Post: Only The Strong Survive In First X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer

    Fox has unveiled the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. Set in the 1980's, the film is headlined by fan-favorite foe Apocalypse, the world's first mutant, who seeks to dominate the Earth and establish his own world order. The cast includes returning stars James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and... More
  • Blog Post: American Dad Joins Family Guy And Bob's Burgers In Zen Pinball 2's 'Balls Of Glory' Pack

    Zen Studios has announced that a table based on the hit animated show American Dad will be coming to Zen Pinball 2 via the upcoming "Balls of Glory" pack. The American Dad table joins tables based on Family Guy and Bob's Burgers to form a more complete look at the pack. If you'd like... 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: Nintendo-Themed Costumes Confirmed For Bayonetta 2, Including Star Fox

    During a special Nintendo Direct today, Platinum Games confirmed that Bayonetta 2 will also include the Nintendo-themed costumes originally announced for Bayonetta 1 on Wii U. The developer also revealed a new Bayonetta 2-only costume based on the character Fox McCloud. The new look, pictured above,... More
  • Blog Post: Hope You're Wearing Your Brown Pants: Deadpool Movie Test Footage Officially Released

    A couple days ago, CGI-test footage for a Deadpool movie was leaked on the internet, featuring Ryan Reynolds reprising the role (if you count his first try…urgh). Much excitement ensued, until Fox took the video down. In response to the buzz generated by the leak, however, Blur Studios, the animation... More
  • Blog Post: Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff Coming To Mobile Next Week

    Despite the show's questionable overlap with the world of video games, a new Family Guy video game is on the way. The free to play game arrives next week on both iOS and Android devices, and tasks players with rebuilding the town of Quahog after it is destroyed by a giant chicken. Previous Family... More
  • Blog Post: Every Futurama Character Collected In One Massive Image

    It may not be directly related to video games, but this collection of every Futurama character from the show's entire run is too impressive not to share. The image comes from DeviantArt artist Unrellius who spent 14 months putting together the image you see above. You can see the full, very high... More
  • Blog Post: New Screens And Trailer Show The Deadliness Of Alien Vs. Predator: Evolution

    Developer Angry Mob pits the ultimate hunter against the ultimate predator in Alien vs. Predator: Evolution. A third-person action game, Evolution provides players with campaigns to play through both the popular Alien and Predator movie creatures. The game centers on a story about two Predator groups... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Denied Renewal Of Killer Instinct Trademark

    The United States Patent & Trademark Office has denied Microsoft the renewal of the Killer Instinct trademark due to potential conflict with a defunct Fox TV show. The show of the same name only aired one season back in 2005, but the office decided that the trademark descriptions could be construed... More
  • Blog Post: Wired Explains Why The Halo Movie Project Failed

    In an exhaustively researched and well-written article, Wired digs deep into the saga of the failed Halo film adaptation. It's an interesting look at the still-vast differences that exist between the film and video game industries. The article is long and detailed, so I won't attempt to summarize... More
  • Blog Post: Fox Broadcast Programming Coming To Xbox Live

    A host of Fox content, from Fox News to Family Guy, will soon be available on Xbox Live. Through a new partnership with News Corporation (the parent company of Fox TV), a host of Xbox Live apps will launch this year featuring a wide variety of content. The most high profile content is Fox television... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CES Keynote: TV On 360 & Kinect On PC

    During Microsoft’s yearly CES keynote, the company announced that they would be bringing a host of Fox programming to Xbox 360, demoed the interactive Sesame Street TV, and announced Kinect for PC. Soon gamers will be able to watch a host of News Corporations programming through an app on their... More
  • Blog Post: Activision To Publish Games Based on TV's Family Guy and Wipeout

    In even more news from what has to be one of the most action-packed investor calls of all time, Activision revealed that it's not just in the business of canceling games. Today, it was announced that the company plans to make a slew of products in the next year based on TV and movie licenses, including... More
  • Blog Post: Spielberg And DreamWorks To Take On Halo Movie?

    A few weeks ago, Microsoft's Frank O'Connor told Variety that the company is still interested in a Halo flick that would be a standalone story and not a retelling of any of the games in the franchise. With such a robust universe, it's safe to argue any director taking on the project would... More
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