DC Extended Universe: Every Upcoming Movie

DC Extended Universe: Every Upcoming Movie

While only three movies into their own version of “Phase 1” (compared to Marvel’s 14-film head-start), DC has big plans for their cinematic universe (the DCEU), having announced a slate of films extending all the way through 2020. Unlike Marvel though, DC’s plans don’t include synergy across all mediums. Their movies, while containing many of the same characters, do not cross over with the CW TV-verse that includes Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl, or standalone DC shows like Gotham and the upcoming Powerless. Yes, DC’s betting big and doubling up on their heroes, and Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Suicide Squad were just the tip of the iceberg as this year is set to deliver a Wonder Woman solo movie and Justice League. Continue reading…
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Respawn Developer Laughs Off the Idea of Titanfall on Switch

Respawn Developer Laughs Off the Idea of Titanfall on Switch

EA may consider itself a partner for Nintendo Switch, but you won’t see its Titanfall franchise on the machine anytime soon. Speaking to YouTube channel Drunk Tech Review, Respawn Entertainment senior designer Mohammad Alavi was emphatic in response to a question about whether a Titanfall 2 port to Switch was possible: “No. F*** no. No you’re not going to be able to fit Titanfall on it. That’s the same Zelda from the Wii U .” Alavi compared the Switch to its home console predecessors, and their inability to sustain AAA third-party interest: “I was excited about it, because Nintendo’s been in such a niche market recently like, you know, catering to the handheld Continue reading…
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House of Cards: Season 5 Teaser/Debut Date Revealed

House of Cards: Season 5 Teaser/Debut Date Revealed

Netflix has released the first teaser and debut date for the fifth season of House of Cards. With a show focused on the President of the United States (Kevin Spacey as Frank Underwood), it’s obviously no coincidence this was revealed on inauguration day. The first look at Season 5 is short, as the teaser only provides a brief look at the series’ dark tone, with several kids reciting the Pledge of Allegiance while an upside down United States flag is shown, which is usually a signal of distress. You can also spot the White House in the background. House of Cards will return on May 30, 2017, a later than the show’s usual February or March premieres. Earlier last year, series creator and original showrunner Beau Willimon left, with former senior writers Melissa James Gibson and Frank Pugliese being promoted to House of Cards’ new showrunners. Continue reading…
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Hillary Clinton Explains Her Inauguration Day Attendance With One Tweet

Hillary Clinton Explains Her Inauguration Day Attendance With One Tweet

“I will never stop believing in our country & its future. #Inauguration.”read more
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Limbo, Inside Developer Shows Concept Art From Next Game

Limbo, Inside Developer Shows Concept Art From Next Game

Playdead has shown off the first piece of concept art from its untitled next game. The Limbo and Inside developer took to Twitter to show off some familiarly bleak, muted imagery: Thanks for your warm reception of INSIDE. Since release, Playdead founder Arnt Jensen and the team have been working on the next adventure. pic.twitter.com/RfejnH39mR — Playdead (@Playdead) January 20, 2017 There’s a good reason to be excited for this – Limbo is considered part of the birth of the modern indie movement, while last year’s Inside garnered a 10/10 review and was IGN’s runner-up for game of the year. Continue reading…
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