Tag: video game adaptions

Illumination reveals ‘possible’ release date for Super Mario Bros movie!!

The company behind the “Despicable Me” franchise is making the film top priority. Founder Chris Meledandri said in a interview with Variety that the company’s focus will be on the development of the film with the possibility of it being released in 2022. He refers to the 1993 live action film, saying that he is …

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Capcom announces live action Mega Man movie!!

Get ready! The robot masters at Capcom have just revealed that there will be a live action Mega Man film coming soon. The film is being done to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Blue Bomber’s debut in 1988. 20th Century Fox is backing the film, which will be written and directed by Henry Joost …

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Ron Perlman and rapper T.I. join Monster Hunter movie cast!!

One can almost forget that a Monster Hunter movie is on its way. There have been no huge announcements or widespread reports about the project. As far as we know, director Paul W.S. Anderson will be spearheading the film with his wife Milla Jovanovic is the role of a character named Artemis whose detail are …

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San Diego Comic Con to premiere “Mega Man: Fully Charged!!”

Comic Con International San Diego official website announced that the convention will be premiering the upcoming Cartoon Network series, “Mega Man: Fully Charged.” The airing is set to take place at 6:00 pm – 7:00pm local time. Mega Man: Fully Charged is developed by Man of Action Studios (known for Ben 10, Generator Rex and …

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The live-action “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie has an “Ace” up its sleeve!!

It seems that the folks behind the upcoming live-action/CG hybrid “Sonic the Hedgehog” are showing their hand. Reported by Deadline Hollywood on Friday, comedian Jim Carrey, who for his iconic role as “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective”, has been chosen to portray the villain Dr. Eggman. Jim Carrey is known for his iconic comedy roles in …

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Arc System Works announce development of “Kill la Kill” game!!

Time for video games to get in fashion! Arc System Works is working with Trigger to make a video game adaption of the action anime Kill la Kill, the 2013 series that showed us that fashion is murder. The English version of the game will be titled “Kill la Kill: The Game.” The pricing, storyline, …

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Does Tomb Raider live up to the potential of Crystal Dynamics’ reboot title?! (99% Spoiler Free)

(Caution: Contents may contain small spoilers.) Directed by: Roar Uthaug Produced by: Graham King Production companies: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Warner Bros. Pictures GK Films Square Enix Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures Release date March 2, 2018 (Berlin) March 14, 2018 (United Kingdom) March 16, 2018 (United States) Running time: 118 minutes When I first heard that a …

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NEW visual for Persona 5 anime shows Makoto!!

Niijima Makoto is the latest character to be shown for the upcoming “Persona 5” TV anime. The official website also drops a date of April 7 at 24:30 (or April 8 at 12:30 a.m.) for the premiere. The series will air on Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV and BS11 channels. It will also steam …

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Does Assassin’s Creed break the video game film curse?! “No Spoiler” Review!!

The real issue with making video game adapted movies is duplicating the source material while adding individual innovations to create a worthy film. Very few game adapted films have done this, most notably is Mortal Kombat which is still the best fighting game adapted film to date and Prince of Persia, which actually held onto …

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Netflix And Nintendo Teaming Up To Create Live-Action “Legend Of Zelda” Series?!

So this is not a joke. Earlier today, The Wall Street Journal reported that Nintendo and Netflix are working on a live-action series for the Legend Of Zelda series. At the moment, the series is in the early stages of development so no details about casting have been released. Netflix is describing the series as …

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