Monthly Archives: June 2015
Via Twitter, director Paul Feig has revealed the new costumes for his Ghostbusters reboot.
The costumes, designed to be worn by new 'busters Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon, are very similar to those worn in the original but with a hint of firefighter in the reflective stripes.
This is the second piece of Ghostbusters news today - we also found out that the Channing Tatum-led Ghostbusters movie, which was meant to exist alongside Feig's, may not happen after all.
Destiny’s player-versus-player event Iron Banner returns tomorrow, June 30 at 10:00 a.m. PT, developer Bungie announced today.
Players participating in the week-long Crucible event can earn two armor pieces with arm gauntlets and a chest piece. Two weapons are also up for grabs, a machinegun and the legendary pulse rifle Skorri’s Revenge.
Check out IGN’s latest Fireteam Chat where Fran, Destin and Jose share their ideas for how Destiny’s upcoming The Taken King expansion could be fantastic. We recently spoke to Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg about why Bungie’s MMO shooter is so successful.
Even Terminator Genysis director Alan Taylor thinks the marketing for his film crossed a line.
Mild spoilers for Terminator Genysis ahead.
"Yeah, it’s funny; I certainly directed those scenes with the intention that no one would know", the director said. "One of my favorite moments – and I think Jason Clarke did a great job with it – is when he walks into the hospital in 2017 and everything from there until the turn, you’re supposed to think, Oh man, this is great."
Funimation Entertainment announced it's bringing the two-part Attack on Titan live-action film to theaters in North, Central, and South America this fall.
The manga-to-film adaptation is directed by Shinji Higuchi, and is based off a script written by Yûsuke Watanabe and Tomohiro Machiyama. The Attack on Titan live-action film will have its world premiere at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles with English subtitles on July 14.
Japanese moviegoers will we able to see the film in just a couple months when Toho Co. Ltd. brings it the first part to theaters on August 1. Part two will release just a few weeks later on September 19.
In addition to a manga and anime series, Attack on Titan has also made its way into video games. Check out our review of Humanity in Chains to find out why you're probably better off getting your Attack on Titan fix elsewhere.
When announcing the 30-game compilation Rare Replay onstage during Microsoft's E3 presentation, developer Rare announced up to 10,000 achievement points were up for grabs in the collection.
However, achievement hunters may need to take note of one minor detail before jumping in. Speaking with Rare Gamer, Rare's Jason Thomas clarified that the games in the Rare Replay collection are linked to the Xbox 360 releases of Rare classics, meaning that any points one might have earned in the Rare games previously available on the Xbox 360 cannot be re-earned and are instead counted toward the overall achievement score in Rare Replay.
Classic Gambit fans will be thrilled to learn that Channing Tatum has reportedly been practicing card tricks for the role of Remy Lebeau in his upcoming X-Men spin-off film.
In an interview with Screen Rant, Tatum's writing-producing partner, Reid Carolin, revealed the 21 Jump Street star's very practical preparation for Gambit: "Last night, we were with my friend who I went to college with - this guy David Kwong, who is an incredible magician - and he was teaching Chan how to throw cards and do sleight of hand."
Carolin went on to praise Joshua Zetumer's script for Gambit (which is based on a treatment by co-creator and X-Men comics legend Chris Claremont), saying, "The script is really good...To be honest, I don’t watch big movies for pleasure a lot, but this script convinced me that we should be making this movie."
Voice actor Nolan North casually dropped word of a Last of Us sequel during a recent Q&A panel.
"For now, last one," North said on the video, when asked if he has any upcoming projects with Naughty Dog aside from Uncharted 4. "I know they're doing a Last of Us 2 but my character in Last of Us kind of had an untimely demise."
It is possible that North is mistaken. His answer was in the context of explaining why he doesn't have any other Naughty Dog projects lined up, so whatever scuttlebutt he's heard wouldn't have been inside information from a cast member. However, he's well known and connected enough to give his word some credibility.
Valve's first wave of pre-orders for its upcoming crop of hardware has sold out. The special deal, which allows North American gamers who pre-ordered to get their hands on dedicated Steam equipment on October 16, is no more.
Valve announced at the beginning of the month that certain retailers would be taking pre-orders for Steam hardware under the early-release deal, and it didn't take long for those pre-order slots to evaporate.
Beginning with Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Sandman movie, Warner Bros. is reportedly moving several in-development Vertigo adaptations to its sister studio, New Line.
According to The Wrap, New Line will produce Sandman and "several other" future film adaptations from DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, which is differentiated by its mature (and usually critically-acclaimed) content. Sandman is the only Vertigo film project in the works at New Line, while Preacher is currently being produced by Sony TV for AMC.
As for Guillermo del Toro's long-gestating Dark Universe movie, the project is reportedly still in in the hands of Warner Bros., along with the character John Constantine, who could pop up in future DC movies at any time (especially after the cancellation of Constantine on NBC).
We all want the best of the best, so let us point out the hottest comics and collectibles released each week. We spotlight our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent, new books that look cool, and any toys we can't wait to play with.
Check out our picks, then take to the comments to let us know what looks good to you!
By writer Brian K. Vaughan & artist Steve Skroce | Image Comics