Monthly Archives: December 2015
There’s nothing better than dinner and a movie… unless you’re talking dinner in a movie. And really, there have been some great fake restaurants to pop up over the years on the big screen. Diners, cantinas, noodle bars, and strip joints (great apps there!) are just the tip of the cinematic culinary iceberg.
Read on for our list of our favorite fake movie restaurants. And then be sure to comment below and offer up your own picks…
If you’ve got to take the boss’ wife out on the town, as John Travolta’s Vincent Vega did in Pulp Fiction, then where better to go than this “wax museum with a pulse”? At Jack Rabbit Slim’s, you can be served by Buddy Holly (ala Steve Buscemi), enjoy a bloody-as-hell Douglas Sirk steak and a vanilla coke -- or a five-dollar milkshake, if you prefer -- and then show off your moves as you win a Twist contest with the almost-star of Fox Force Five. Don't be a square; head over to Jack Rabbit Slim’s!
Is something hiding off the coast of the Commonwealth in Fallout 4?
One curious Redditor, discovered by VG247, decided to explore the area after accidentally falling into the ocean depths when fighting raiders at Libertalia. The user decided to upload an Imgur gallery to document the adventure.
So what did they find? Beautifully detailed environments, an underwater structure with working lights, but no door, and even a piece of loot: a pot.
Independent Japanese developer Platinum Games (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, the Bayonetta series) is readying a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game, according to a new entry in the Australian Classification Board’s ratings database.
Based on the limited information contained in the entry the game is called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan and the publisher is noted as Activision. The game is rated M due to moderate impact violence. The M category in Australia is not a legally restricted category but is applied to games and films recommended for persons 15 and over.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens' runtime has been revealed, with the series' seventh installment clocking in at 136 minutes.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film's final length is one minute longer than prior rumors suggested, giving it the exact same runtime as The Phantom Menace.
The Force Awakens will fit right in the middle of the prior six films, with all three entries in the originally trilogy clocking in at under 135 minutes. The original was 121 minutes, while The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi were 124 minutes and 134 minutes, respectively.
Taiwan-based news outlet Digitimes is reporting Nintendo wants to ship 20 million NX units by the end of 2016.
However, component suppliers for the new device will only be able to meet the demand for between 10 and 12 million units, the report states.
Upstream component manufacturers, meaning the companies that supply the raw materials that will go into the final, assembled product, will be unable to reach the company's reported 20 million unit order. Foxconn will reportedly be putting together the final product.
The Nintendo NX dev kits reportedly went out to game developers earlier this year, and the device has "industry-leading chips" to put it in the same league as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.