Day: 04/04/2013

Kimberly Pierce To Follow Up Carrie With Aryan Brotherhood Drama The Brand

By:  Kristy Puchko Director Kimberly Pierce has never been one to shy away from tricky subject matter. In 1999 she made her feature debut with Boys Don’t Cry, a biopic about the tragically short life of transgendered teen Brandon Teena. Next came Stop Loss in which she tackled the titular controversial military policy that forces soldiers to stay enlisted past their initial contract. This fall will see her ballsy remake of the Stephen King thriller Carrie, and then Pierce will move from Carrie White to white supremacists for The []

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy headed west?

By:  Ehren Rivers Could this long-awaited 3DS RPG be on its way to North America and Europe? The folks over at Siliconera claim that they’ve got a number of reliable sources who say this ‘spiritual successor’ to Final Fantasy: 4 Heroes of Light is definitely getting localized. Although Square Enix has made no official announcement regarding the overseas release, if the Game Developer’s Convention contacts Siliconera mentioned are right we may just see an English version of Bravely Default at this year’s E3. For those wondering []

Guardians Of The Galaxy To Add Zoe Saldana As Gamora

By:  Katey Rich Another key element of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy has fallen into place, and it’s the addition of an actress who already knows her way around outer space. The Hollywood Reportersays that Zoe Saldana is currently in negotiations to play Gamora, the green-skinned humanoid alien who is the female lead of the upcoming superhero film. Saldana, who’s returning to play Uhura in Star Trek Into Darkness and is on board for theAvatar sequels, would be joining the cast that already includes Chris Pratt as Star-Lord andDave Bautista as Drax []

Scientists reportedly discover gate to hell

By: Claudine Zap | The Sideshow It sounds like something out of a horror movie. But Italian scientists say that the “Gate to Hell” is the real deal—poisonous vapors and all. The announcement of the finding of the ruins of Pluto’s Gate (Plutonium in Latin) at an archeology conference in Turkey last month, was recently reported by Discovery News. Francesco D’Andria, professor of classic archaeology at the University of Salento in Lecce, Italy, who has been excavating the ancient Greco-Roman World Heritage Site of Hierapolis for years, led the []