MCU Star Says Guardians Vol. 3 Script is Best of the Trilogy

MCU Star Says Guardians Vol. 3 Script is Best of the Trilogy

Though we’re still a long way off from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 even beginning production, as it’ll have to wait until director James Gunn is finished with The Suicide Squad, one of its stars recently said some very exciting and encouraging things about the screenplay. Talking to THR, the MCU’s Karen Gillan, who’s played Nebula in the two Guardians movies and the last two Avengers films, shared about what she knows regarding Vol. 3’s production, and her thoughts about the script. Continue reading…
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American Gods: Orlando Jones Fired From Season 3

American Gods: Orlando Jones Fired From Season 3

Starz’ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods has had its share of troubles in the two short seasons its been on air, with showrunners changing hands many times and facing multiple delays. Now, in the lead-up to Season 3, actor Orlando Jones has been fired from the cast. Jones, who played Mr. Nancy on the show, posted on Twitter recently as reported by TVLine, and delivered a video message to fans of the show in which he expressed his frustrations. Jones states that the new Season 3 showrunner, Charles “Chic” Eglee made the decision due to his character sending “the wrong message” to “black America.” Continue reading…
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Fortnite Event – Star Wars Exclusive Scene And Massive Lightsaber Battle Gameplay

Fortnite Event – Star Wars Exclusive Scene And Massive Lightsaber Battle Gameplay

Despite several hiccups throughout the live announcements made by Geoff Keighley and J.J. Abrams, those few players who managed to get in the Fortnite servers were treated to a TIE fighter glider, and a lightsaber with their color choice to kick start a massive light saber battle. Here’s the entire event as captured including the exclusive scene from Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker.
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Pokemon Company Given Legal Permission to Pursue Sword and Shield Leakers

Pokemon Company Given Legal Permission to Pursue Sword and Shield Leakers

The Pokemon Company has been diligently searching for the individuals behind the Pokemon Sword and Shield leaks prior to its official release. Now, they’ve been given permission to pursue the individuals in question to the full extent of the law. According to a report from Forbes, via Nintendo Everything, the Pokemon Company has begun a lawsuit against the individuals and is planning on issuing subpoenas against Discord and 4chan that would force them to come forward with information regarding the users behind the leaks. Continue reading…
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Fortnite Star Wars Event Debuts New Clip, New Dialogue From Key Character

Fortnite Star Wars Event Debuts New Clip, New Dialogue From Key Character

As advertised, the Star Wars event in Fortnite revealed a brand new clip from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker over at the Risky Reels location. Players were raised into the air on a platform, and shortly after the Millenium Falcon could be seen flying around the map, while pursued by TIE fighters as Imperial star destroyers filled the sky. The Millennium Falcon landed shortly after, at which point Geoff Keighley introduced an in-game representation of The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams. The clip itself shows Rey, Finn, Poe, along with BB-8 and C-3PO boarding an Imperial vessel of some sort in space, blasting their way through two unwitting stormtroopers. The crew makes their way through the vessel before being halted by two different stormtroopers, at which point Rey performs a classic Jedi mind trick on the pair. Continue reading…
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All the New Trailers for Movies Coming Out in 2020

All the New Trailers for Movies Coming Out in 2020

Another year of movies is coming to a close, and soon a new decade of filmmaking will begin. As we continue to look forward to what is to come in pop culture in 2020, we have rounded up all the trailers released for movies coming out next year. From vague teasers for movies like the Michael B. Jordan-starring Without Remorse to great looks at new DC movies like Birds of Prey and Wonder Woman 1984, here are all the new trailers for movies coming out in 2020. The Grudge – January 3 Set in the United States, the new Grudge movie follows a detective (Andrea Riseborough) who investigates a serious of suspicious deaths all stemming from one house. The 2020 Grudge reboot also stars John Cho, Andrea Riseborough, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye and Demian Bichir. The Grudge hits theaters on January 3rd in the United States, January 9th in Australia and January 31st in the UK. Continue reading…
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Resident Evil 2 Demo Now Features Resident Evil 3 Tease

Resident Evil 2 Demo Now Features Resident Evil 3 Tease

With the official announcement of Resident Evil 3’s remake arriving in early 2020, developer Capcom has updated the demo for Resident Evil 2 to include a small audible teaser for the upcoming game. Last year’s ‘1-Shot Demo’ was released prior to Resident Evil 2 and gave players an opportunity to play through the opening sequence. The caveat, however, was that the demo only lasted for 30 minutes. After the in-game timer ran out, players were unable to play through the demo again. Now, the time limit has been lifted, allowing players to play through it multiple times, and also includes a reference to the upcoming Resident Evil 3 remake. Originally spotted by a user named Lady Bow on Resetera, players can now hear RE3’s infamous Nemesis enemy scream, “STAAARS” outside the Raccoon City Police Department’s front gates. Continue reading…
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Watch Loadout Episode 2: The Call Of Duty Weapon That Became A Meme

Watch Loadout Episode 2: The Call Of Duty Weapon That Became A Meme

Whether it’s video games, movies, or TV shows, entertainment is filled with iconic tools of warfare, and much of the stories we love are defined by them; the Pulse Rifle is synonymous with the Aliens franchise; the Man With No Name’s mystique and effortless cool is heightened by the revolver he whips out in the squint of an eye; and the sound of a bullet from the Intervention hitting an enemy immediately conjures up Call of Duty-flavoured nostalgia.These weapons are the focus of Loadout, a new show that will identify some of pop culture’s most influential armaments and explore them in-depth. Each week, host Dave Jewitt will tackle a different weapon, delve into its origins, examine how it has been used, and lay out the impact it has had on pop culture.In Episode 1, Loadout takes hold of the revolver, a legendary weapon that has been present from the earliest days of cinema to the current era of video games. Why is it so popular? Watch Episode 1 of Loadout to find out. For Episode 2, Dave takes a look at The Intervention, a weapon that Call of Duty players will be intimately familiar with and, given its status as arguably the most meme-able video game weapon, you may know it even if you haven’t played the shooter series. New episodes of Loadout will air every Saturday and you can find them on GameSpot’s YouTube channel–make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode.Episode 1: RevolversEpisode 2: The Intervention
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The Call Of Duty Weapon That Became A Meme – Loadout

The Call Of Duty Weapon That Became A Meme – Loadout

If you played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 after it’s release in 2009, the Intervention is a rifle that you’ll be familiar with. It went from being a relatively unknown weapon in the real world, to a digital firearm capable of seemingly impossible feats of sniping in COD’s multiplayer battlegrounds. But how exactly did the Intervention become so infamous?
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