Star Wars Battlefront had such promise and so much hype, but proved to be a bit of a disappointment to many gamers as time went on. The main complaint stems from the lack of consistent new content. With nothing to look forward to, there’s very little motivation to come back.
Over the weekend, the internet exploded when it heard that the Jim Henson Co. was going to “reboot” the classic fantasy movie Labyrinth. There were dissenting remarks all around (because that’s the internet you ya). Understandably so. Most of us hold that movie as close to our hearts as we do for
Katniss Everdeen’s fight is finally over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relive it again, and again, and again. Entertainment Weekly announces that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 comes to Digital HD on March 8, 2016, followed by a March 22, 2016 release for Blu-ray and DVD. The Blu-ray and DVD
Today on StarWars.com, Disney and Lucasfilm announced that Star Wars: Episode VIII, which was originally scheduled for a 2017 summer release, is being pushed back to December 15, 2017. That gives us nearly a full two years’ worth of waiting. Here’s the release: The move follows the extraordinary success of Star Wars: The
Fox announced today that they’re planning to relaunch 24, which will be titled 24: Legacy. But get this: it won’t be a show centered around Jack Bauer. HAHAHAHAHA! What? Is it April Fool’s already? Kotaku put it best when they said a 24 series without Jack Bauer “is sort of like
CBS and Time Warner are currently taking steps to remove their CW network from Netflix’s streaming services, thus allowing CBS to extend their proverbial middle finger to cable cutters who rely on Netflix’s and Hulu’s services. According to Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw, the two companies are teaming up together to create a standalone streaming service
The star of Harry Potter, Die Hard, Galaxy Quest, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Dogma, and much, much more… Alan Rickman, has died of cancer at the age of 69. Seriously, 2016? SERIOUSLY?! We all have a special place in our hearts carved out for the talented Alan Rickman. He
It’s official. Ryan Coogler, director of Creed, is stepping up to direct Marvel’s Black Panther, which is scheduled to come to theaters on February 16, 2018. “We are fortunate to have such an esteemed filmmaker join the Marvel family,” said producer Kevin Feige. “The talents Ryan showcased in his first two films easily
It seems that the “Man Without Fear” is is coming back to Netflix earlier than we thought. The original Marvel/Netflix series, Daredevil, is reportedly coming to grace our streaming TVs on Friday, March 25. Interesting. That’s the day Warner Bros. is releasing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. I say “interesting” because
…and the sky is blue, and grass is green (most of the time). Over the weekend, one Tumblr user was surprised to discover that Colton Haynes, who played Roy Harper/Arsenal on The CW’s Arrow, has a “secret gay past.” “When I found out Colton Haynes had a secret gay past, I
Robbie Amell is returning to the role of Ronnie Raymond on The CW’s The Flash, but there’s a twist. This won’t be the Ronnie we knew from Season 1. He’ll be playing the Ronnie Raymond that hails from Earth-Two instead. However, this particular alternate universe double went down a very different path.
Entertainment Weekly just will not slow down with the comic book movie sneak peeks! In the latest issue of EW, new Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice concept art surfaces detailing the look and style of Bruce Wayne’s new Batcave. “[Batman] represents human beings, mortal men,” says Ben Affleck. “In a world of Flashes and
Unlike Daredevil, Season 1’s slow approach to introducing the Kingpin, Season 2 hits the ground running by introducing Frank Castle aka The Punisher (Jon Bernthal) in the very first episode. “The advantage of any sequel is you can dive right in,” says show runner Doug Petrie to Entertainment Weekly. “We hit
Entertainment Weekly was given the first exclusive peek at Élodie Yung as the ass-kickinest ninja mercenary, Elektra, who makes her debut appearance in Daredevil, Season 2 on Netflix. She’s out to make Matt Murdoch’s (Charlie Cox) life a little more complicated as he struggles to handle new threats all around Hell’s Kitchen — that includes another super violent
Clara Oswald has come and gone as the Doctor’s companion, and the search for a replacement is already underway. But Jenna Coleman might not be the only one who needs replacing soon. According to Peter Capaldi, who told the Telegraph, his third year on BBC’s Doctor Who might be his last. This