Day: 25/04/2013

Cole Hauser Joins The Ensemble Cast of Wally Pfister’s Transcendence


By: Nick Venable With all of the star power that is already behind former Christopher Nolan cinematographer Wally Pfister’s directorial debut Transcendence, it seems like all that would be left to cast would just be the extras. Especially after dropping some major coin on leading man Johnny Depp. But the pocketbooks have opened once more for Cole Hauser, who The Hollywood Reporter reveals is in final negotiations to sign on for the film. After finding fame playing small roles in films like Dazed and Confused, he’s kept his career []

Sony seeking The Order: 1886 trademark


By:  Eddie Makuch Sony has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) for The Order: 1886. The mark, applied for on April 18 and uncovered by NeoGAF, covers “Computer game software; Video game software.” A website–TheOrder1886.com–was registered privately last month. The page does not resolve to anything. No further information is available and a Sony representative was not immediately available to comment. A number of developers are working on new franchises for the PlayStation 4, including God of War PSP developer Ready At []

Lee Pace in Final Negotiations to Play Villain in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (Exclusive)


By: Jeff Sneider | The Wrap Lee Pace (“The Hobbit”) is in final negotiations to play the villain in Disney and Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap. The identity of Pace’s villainous character is being kept under wraps. “Guardians of the Galaxy” finds Quill leading a group of alien superheroes as they protect the solar system from an evil alien race. The cast currently features Chris Pratt as Star Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, WWE star Dave []

Rumor: Versus XIII to release on both PS3 and PS4?


By: Ehren Rivers Could Final Fantasy Versus XIII (Or XV, if it’s been renamed) now be a multigeneration Sony title? According to the people over at FFDream, yes! They posted an article today about the game, saying that they’ve confirmed from several sources that the game will be available on both the PS3 and the upcoming PS4. They’re so confident that their information is accurate that they’ve even said it’s “97% certain”. Also mentioned in this article were Toriyama and Kitase, who they []

10 actors that could be Dr. Strange


By: Jennifer Geacone-Cruz It finally feels like Phase 2 is starting to rev its engines for a mystical takeoff, especially with the news that Justin Theroux is somehow involved in Marvel Studios’ Dr. Strange feature in Phase 3. It’s obvious I have a very deep and abiding love for Dr. Strange for anyone who reads my articles with any regularity. I’ve given the prospect of a Dr. Strange feature film a lot of thought. A lot of thought. With that in mind, even if Justin Theroux ends up only working on the []

Heavenly Sword movie in the works, skipping theaters


By:  Eddie Makuch A Heavenly Sword movie is in production, though the film will skip a theatrical release. Hollywood trade publication Varietyreports that Blockade Entertainment is developing a direct-to-video CG-animated film based on Ninja Theory‘s action game. The film company is also working on theRatchet & Clank movie with Rainmaker Entertainment (Escape from Planet Earth), which will hit theaters in 2015. Heavenly Sword launched in 2007 exclusively on PlayStation 3. The game’s plot revolves around hero warrior Nariko battling to protect the blade of power from falling []

Wednesday Night TV (24 Apr 2013)


Starring: Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Colin Donnell, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Susanna Thompson & Paul Blackthorne Such an intense episode!  The character development in this single episode was simply amazing! Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) has made such great transformations in the short time that he has been on the show.  His amazing good looks pushed aside, his dialogue and the origin that the writers have created for him here is vague but captures the comic book character perfectly.  That’s what makes this show so great.  It isn’t 100% true to []