World War Z | Movie Review

Directed By: Marc Foster Screenplay By: Matthew Michael Carnahan, Drew Goddard & Damon Lindelof Story By: Matthew Michael Carnahan & J. Michael Straczynski Based on: World War Z by Max Brooks Starring: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale & Matthew Fox Former United Nations investigator Gerry Lane is caught in the up-rise of the Zombie apocalypse trying to run for his life and protect … Continue reading World War Z | Movie Review

This Is The End

Directed by: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Screenplay by: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Story by: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg Based on: Jay and Seth versus the Apocalypse by Jason Stone Starring: James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Michael Cera & Emma Watson Seth Rogan playing himself invites friend Jay Burachel to visit him Los Angeles. Then as … Continue reading This Is The End

Donate Now! Help The Northridge Kittens – Alley Cat Allies

By: Becky Robinson | Alley Cat Allies At a city council meeting on Monday in North Ridgeville, Ohio, Alley Cat Allies stood alongside more than 100 community members expressing our shared grief over a “humane” officerwho shot five kittens in a resident’s yard, with her children as witnesses. Alley Cat Allies was armed with your 30,000+ signatures to our petition calling on the leadership of … Continue reading Donate Now! Help The Northridge Kittens – Alley Cat Allies

Russell Crowe May Finally Make Directorial Debut With Historical Drama The Water Diviner

By: Nick Venable It’s been a pretty solid year already for Russell Crowe, having starred in Allen Hughes’ so-so crime thriller Broken City as well as Zack Snyder’s summer blockbuster-on-kryptonite-crackMan of Steel, where he found his inner Marlon Brando to play Superman’s father. I’m pretty sure if a Justice League movie ever gets made, they’ll figure out a way to get Crowe involved. Perhaps by hologram and voiceover a la Superman … Continue reading Russell Crowe May Finally Make Directorial Debut With Historical Drama The Water Diviner

Next Mass Effect: BioWare “borrowing” many game systems from Dragon Age III

By: Eddie Makuch BioWare Montreal is “borrowing” many game systems from Dragon Age: Inquisition  to speed up development on the next Mass Effect title , studio director Yannick Roy said on Twittertoday. After he tweeted  a picture of a design document for the next Mass Effect, a fan suggested the game could be “years” away based on the heftiness of the folder. Roy responded , “Don’t worry: we have … Continue reading Next Mass Effect: BioWare “borrowing” many game systems from Dragon Age III

Jurassic Park 4 Back On For A 2015 Release?

By: Nick Venable If you really want to get your dinosaur fix in the next couple of years, you may only have Neil Nightingale and Pierre De Lespinos’ CGI animated Walking With Dinosaurs to look forward to. And while that actually does look like a pretty interesting little flick, sci-fi and adventure fans have been clamoring for another Jurassic Park movie, even though the recent Jurassic Park 3D re-release is almost definitely already … Continue reading Jurassic Park 4 Back On For A 2015 Release?

WB defends Batman: Arkham Origin

By: Eddie Makuch Batman: Arkham Origins  is the first entry in the series developed outside of Rocksteady Studios, leading some to be skeptical about the project. The creative director at WB Games Montreal, Eric Holmes, acknowledged this skepticism in a new interview, but said gamers will believe in the title once they get to play it. “I would say that people have the right to … Continue reading WB defends Batman: Arkham Origin

Star Wars: Episode VII Casting Teenage Girls And Other Attractive People

By: Katey Rich Just as J.J. Abrams managed to update Star Trek with younger, better-looking versions of all the original characters, he’s apparently bringing a lot of more attractive faces to Star Wars.Bleeding Cool has gotten its hands on what they swear is a 100% verified casting breakdown for agents hoping to get their actors on the call sheet for Star Wars: Episode VII, which has set up offices in the … Continue reading Star Wars: Episode VII Casting Teenage Girls And Other Attractive People

Castlevania dev has next-gen “in mind” for next game

Eddie Makuch, Peter Brown The next project from Castlevania: Lords of Shadow developer Mercury Steam could be headed to next-generation systems like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Speaking with GameSpot at E3 last week, producer Dave Cox said, “We have next-gen in mind for our next project,” but would not say more. Cox’s answer came in response to a question regarding whether Mercury Steam … Continue reading Castlevania dev has next-gen “in mind” for next game

Titanfall “most likely” won’t have cross-platform play

Eddie Makuch Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming online shooter Titanfall  will “most likely” not feature cross-platform play, cofounder Vince Zampella has told GameSpot. The decision was borne of a desire to keep the playing fields level, he said. “Most likely not,” Zampella said in response to a question of the possibility of cross-platform play.”I don’t think it’s locked yet, but to me, I’d like to keep it segregated … Continue reading Titanfall “most likely” won’t have cross-platform play