Monthly Archives: October 2016
Ahead of Power Rangers' release next year, a viral site for Lionsgate's mighty morphin' movie has gone live, providing an inside look at Angel Grove High School.
The site, dubbed "The Roar," features several new images. Under the "Features" tab you'll find student spotlights for both Billy (CJ Ryler) and Trini (Becky G). Meanwhile, the "Sports" section has a spotlight for Jason (Dacre Montgomery).
Dacre Montgomery as Jason in Power Rangers, via The Roar
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Miller is making the film at Blur Studio in collaboration with Jeff Fowler, with the video game-inspired adaptation serving as Fowler's first directorial project.
A live-action remake of Snow White is in the works at Disney.
Variety reports that Erin Cressida Wilson, who penned the recent movie adaptation of The Girl on the Train, is in talks to write the script for the remake. It will reportedly expand on the music and story from the 1937 classic.
The movie will include new songs from songwriters Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, who recently wrote the lyrics for the upcoming Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone film, La La Land.
No director or actors are attached to the project yet.
The third game in the rebooted Tomb Raider franchise is reportedly named Shadow of the Tomb Raider, according to an image posted to Reddit earlier today.
Reddit user Tripleh280 spotted someone on the Montreal subway working on what appears to be a presentation, featuring the logo for a Shadow of the Tomb Raider in the upper right-hand corner.
A source speaking to Kotaku confirmed to the outlet that Shadow of the Tomb Raider is in fact currently the title of what would be the third game in the series, which relaunched with 2013's Tomb Raider.
The Walking Dead audiences were introduced to a whole new world in the post-zombie apocalypse, the Kingdom, in Sunday's episode, and with it they met its capable ruler, Ezekiel. But in a world where Negan is out to conquer every community within reach, what is the relationship between those at the Kingdom and the Saviors?
Full spoilers for The Walking Dead continue below.
It was revealed in "The Well" that Ezekiel is responsible with providing goods to Negan's crew, just like Hilltop must and Rick's group soon will have to, but the king of the Kingdom has a certain amount of confidence and rapport with the Saviors that the other two leaders don't have. Khary Payton, the actor who plays Ezekiel, explained why he thinks that is to IGN.
Director Rick Famuyiwa has reportedly dropped out of helming The Flash, Warner Bros.' solo movie of DC Comics' Scarlet Speedster.
Famuyiwa is the second director to exit the film following Seth Grahame-Smith’s departure earlier this year.
According to THR, there were "creative differences" between the studio and Famuyiwa, adding, "the Dope director’s vision of making a movie with more edge clashed with the studio’s take."
We're back to talk about the grisly, brutal events on That's So Raven and the wacky, psychic hijinks on The Walking Dead! Wait... did we mix those up again?
This week's episode does actually end with a long, spoiler-packed conversation about the first two episodes of The Walking Dead's seventh season and why Matt didn't like the premiere (and why Eric didn't either!) and what we felt about the tonal whiplash of meeting Ezekiel in the next episode. We give you a proper warning before we get to that, but there's also plenty of news to discuss first. As you can see via the magic of time code!
1:25-10:00: We tangent our way into a conversation about That’s So Raven’s return (and rich mythology) and why we loved It’s Your Move
With dozens of comic books to choose from, let us show you which are the best coming out this week. Take a look at this list spotlighting our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent and new books that look cool and are backed by some top-tier talent.
Check out our picks, then head to the comments to let us know what you’ll be buying this week!
By Meredith Finch & Shane Davis / Mark Russell & Ben Caldwell | DC Comics
Pokemon series producer Junichi Masuda says the Pokemon Company is interested in more remakes of older Pokemon games.
“I think the remakes, like Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen, is still an approach we’re interested in,” Masuda told IGN. “With the Virtual Console releases of the original games, specifically there had never been a way to bring those Pokemon over to the latest generation. It had always been that you couldn’t get those Pokemon out.”
Masuda explained that services like Pokemon Bank and the Poke Transporter finally gave the developers an option to release the original versions on Virtual Console, essentially letting people upload first generation into the new game.