Gears Of War Movie Back In Development

By: Sean O’Connell Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but Hollywood appears ready to move forward with an adaptation of the third-person shooter game Gears of War, with Scott Stuber on board to produce and guide the film through production. Why am I being such a naysayer about a Gears of War movie? Probably because we first wrote about the possibility of a Gears adaptation back in 2007, with follow … Continue reading Gears Of War Movie Back In Development

Paradox Endings may influence the story of Lightning Returns

By: Ehren Rivers A few weeks ago the website FFDream got to send someone over to Japan for a live interview with Motomu Toriyama and Yoshinori Kitase about several upcoming games, including Lightning Returns. Their team got to ask seven questions about Lightning Returns, two of which were questions we all already know the answers to (Why do you only play as Lightning, is this really … Continue reading Paradox Endings may influence the story of Lightning Returns

5 ‘Once Upon A Time’ Finale Spoilers!

By: Jarett Wieselman | ET Online With titles like Second Star to the Right and And Straight On ‘Til Morning, Once Upon A Time fans have been buzzing that the final two episodes of the season would introduce, at long last, Peter Pan and Neverland. Something ABC semi-confirmed this morning when they released the opening act of next Sunday’s penultimate episode [watch that here] where young Baelfire meets Wendy Darling … in Victorian … Continue reading 5 ‘Once Upon A Time’ Finale Spoilers!

Respawn’s first game an always-online Xbox 720 exclusive?

By:  Eddie Makuch The first information about Respawn Entertainment‘s debut effort may have been exposed. Several sources have told Kotaku that the studio’s first game will be a multiplayer-focused, always-online Xbox 720 exclusive. A version may also release for Xbox 360, but iterations for PlayStation and Nintendo consoles are not in the cards, one source said. Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella created … Continue reading Respawn’s first game an always-online Xbox 720 exclusive?

‘Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters’ casts Olga Kurylenko as headmistress

By:  Jen Lamoureux (@jenlam26) Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters is moving quickly with Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry, and Danila Kozlovski already in fight training. Now they have cast Olga Kurylenko as the headmistress. Olga Kurylenko was recently seen opposite Tom Cruise in Oblivion. According to Deadline, she will be playing Kirova, the head mistress of St. Vladmir’s Academy, a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train … Continue reading ‘Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters’ casts Olga Kurylenko as headmistress

Sony: PS4 will have strongest launch lineup in PlayStation history

By:  Eddie Makuch The PlayStation 4 will have the strongest software launch lineup in PlayStation history. That’s according to lead system architect Mark Cerny, who told Gamasutra that this is the result of developers being familiar with the system’s PC-based architecture. “The launch lineup for PlayStation 4–though I unfortunately can’t give the title count–is going to be stronger than any prior PlayStation hardware,” Cerny said. “And that’s a … Continue reading Sony: PS4 will have strongest launch lineup in PlayStation history

Unfaithful Director Adrian Lyne To Make His Comeback With Sexy Thriller Deep Water

By: Eric Eisenberg After stepping away from Hollywood for more than a decade, director Adrian Lyne is finally ready to make his big comeback. Deadline is reporting that the filmmaker best known for libidinous titles like 9 1/2 Weeks, Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, Unfaithful and the 19967 remake of Lolita is now set to direct Deep Water, an adaptation of the 1957 Patricia Highsmith suspense novel. The project has actually been floating around Hollywood for a … Continue reading Unfaithful Director Adrian Lyne To Make His Comeback With Sexy Thriller Deep Water

70 devs working on World of Darkness

By: Eddie Makuch Eve Online studio CCP Games has provided an update on its long-in-development massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Darkness. Massively reports that during the EVE Fanfest 2013 this week, a CCP Games representative revealed that the game remains in pre-production and is being worked on by 70 developers. In 2013, the developer plans to work on the game’s clothing systems and PvE environments, as well … Continue reading 70 devs working on World of Darkness

Fast & Furious 6 Writer And Paranormal Activity Producer Team For New Sci-Fi Thriller

By:  Eric Eisenberg One is the producer of the massively successful Paranormal Activity franchise. The other has penned the last three Fast & Furious movies.And now they’re ready to join forces. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jason Blum and Chris Morgan are teaming up to produce a brand new low-budget sci-fi thriller together under their respective Blumhouse and Chris Morgan Productions banners. While larger details about the plot are currently being … Continue reading Fast & Furious 6 Writer And Paranormal Activity Producer Team For New Sci-Fi Thriller

Beyond: Two Souls spans 10 hours

By: Eddie Makuch Tonight during a special Beyond: Two Souls event at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, Quantic Dream head David Cage revealed the narrative-focused game will span ten hours of gameplay. A thirty-five minute clip of the game’s “Homeless” level was shown, depicting main character Jodie Holmes–played byJuno actress Ellen Page–fighting for her life and to protect her friends. Beyond: Two Souls launches October 8exclusively on … Continue reading Beyond: Two Souls spans 10 hours