Day: 11/06/2013

Final Fantasy Tactics S debut trailer


By: Erren Van Duine Square Enix is partnering with mobile company mobage to develop Final Fantasy Tactics S – a social game for smartphones centered around the characters from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. The commemorate the launch of the service in Japan, the game’s first trailer has been released detailing the Android and iOS title. Similar to most social games, Tactics S allows players to choose from a variety of classes and party members in the form of cards which can be []

Keira Knightley In Talks To Join Benedict Cumberbatch In The Imitation Game


By: Eric Eisenberg Keira Knightley is no stranger to being a part of films that center on some of our society’s most brilliant minds – having recently starred in A Dangerous Mind, a film about Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung – but her next effort will have the Oscar nominated actress moving from the world of psychology to the world of math and code cracking. Variety reports that Knightley is now in talks to join the cast of The Imitation Game, the []

Final Fantasy Versus XIII delisted from Amazon


By: Erren Van Duine Popular online retailer Amazon.com is no longer selling Final Fantasy Versus XIII, according to various reports. Several users have noted the site – which used to offer the game for pre-order despite any concrete release date – has now halted sales outside of directing to other outside sellers. Upon visiting the product listing page , the game does indeed come up as unavailable. Other unreleased Square Enix titles such as Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD and Lightning Returns have []

Jude Law’s Safecracker Dark Comedy Dom Hemingway Rights Picked Up At Fox Searchlight


By: Nick Venable With the exception of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes movies, Jude Law doesn’t often get to showcase any comedic abilities he has. Of everything that Steven Soderbergh’s Side Effects was, a laugh riot wasn’t one of them. Via press release, Fox Searchlight Pictures announced they’ve acquired the North American rights to the dark comedy crime caper Dom Hemingway . The film was written and directed by Richard Shepard (The Hunting Party ), who last directed some recent episodes of Girls []

Lee Byun Hun and Lee Min Jung To Wed In August


By: crystalcove Actors Lee Byung Hun and Lee Min Jung are the latest celebrity couple to announce their engagement. After rumors first spread that Lee Byung Hun and Lee Min Jung were planning an August wedding, representatives from both sides stated that they were in the process of confirming with their respectives stars. It has now finally been confirmed by both Lee Byung Hun and Lee Min Jung’s reps that the two are indeed getting married on August 10. Lee Min Jung’s []

Kingdom Hearts 3 Coming to PS4


By: Marty Sliva Sony dropped a bombshell at their E3 2013 press briefing by announcing that Kingdom Hearts III is currently in development for the PlayStation 4. This came directly on the heels of the company’s announcement  that Final Fantasy Versus XIII is also coming to PS4, under its new moniker: Final Fantasy XV. Kingdom Hearts II, the last numbered installment in theseries, was a PS2 exclusive when it released back in 2006. With Disney’s recent acquisitions of Marvel Entertainment, Pixar, Studio Ghibli, []

Apocalypse (Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi #9)


By: Troy Denning Published: March 13, 2012 Publisher: Random House Publishing Group | Lucas Books Series: Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi Genre: Science Fiction There can be no surrender.  There will be no mercy. It’s not just the future of the galaxy at stake—It’s the destiny of the Force. In the stunning finale of the epic Fate of the Jedi series, Jedi and Sith face off—with Coruscant as their battlefield. For the Sith, it’s the chance to restore their dominance over the []

DC Comics’ Fables Gets A New Director And Screenwriter


By:  Eric Eisenberg DC Comics may be best known for their wide array of superheroes, from Superman to Batman to Green Lantern, but they actually have a lot more to offer to offer the film world. Take, for example, Fables, the long-running DC/Vertigo series that has just made some big strides towards getting a live-action adaptation. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Nikolaj Arcel, who earned acclaim for directing the Oscar-nominated 2012 period drama A Royal Affair and co-writing the screenplay for the Swedish adaptation of The []