Beyonce Reportedly Top Choice to Play Nala in Lion King

Beyonce Reportedly Top Choice to Play Nala in Lion King

Disney’s live-action remake of The Lion King may have found its Nala in Beyonce Knowles. According to Variety, the Grammy-winning artist, who is currently pregnant with twins, is the top choice of director Jon Favreau. While Beyonce has not yet signed on for the voice-acting role, Favreau and the studio are reportedly willing to do anything they can in order to work around her schedule. Beyonce Knowles, Image Credit: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.comContinue reading…
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New to Amazon for April

New to Amazon for April

April’s upon us, so let’s check out what movies and TV shows will be streaming over on Amazon’s Instant Video platform – free for all Prime members. There are flicks like RoboCop, Almost Famous, There Will Be Blood, Tommy Boy, The Ghost and the Darkness, Days of Thunder, and more. Plus, a new film from Oldboy’s Park Chan-wook – The Handmaiden! On the Amazon Original front, there’s third seasons from both Bosch, starring Titus Welliver, and Catastrophe, featuring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan. And for purchase, there’re movies like Rogue One and Office Christmas Party. Here’s the full list for April… IGN SPOTLIGHT There Will Be Blood Continue reading…
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Daily Deals: Mass Effect: Andromeda Competition, Gaming Laptop, PSVR Headset

Daily Deals: Mass Effect: Andromeda Competition, Gaming Laptop, PSVR Headset

Help us get to 5000 likes! Like our page to get the latest deals straight to your news feed and also to find exclusive codes that we provide for our readers. IGN have teamed up with SCDKey.com to offer readers a chance to win a Mass Effect: Andromeda (PC) key! This competition will run until Thursday 6th April at 1PM. See Terms and Conditions here. Continue reading…
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IGN UK Podcast #377: Hangover Watch

IGN UK Podcast #377: Hangover Watch

Okay, we’re not going to lie to you. Some of us are pretty worse for wear this week, but because we’re absolute professionals, natural-born entertainers and deft raconteurs you’d probably never notice unless we said something. So download this week’s show to find out more about a bunch of Xbox Indie games, Life, and Ghost in the Shell. IGN UK Podcast #377: Hangover Watch (right click to save) Subscribe to IGN’s Podcast Series Continue reading…
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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Patch Reduces Framerate Problems

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Patch Reduces Framerate Problems

The newly-released 1.1.1 patch for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild seemingly removes or reduces the severity of many of the game’s dips in framerate, on Wii U and Switch (in both handheld and docked mode). Nintendo’s notes for the 167MB patch simply read: “Adjustments have been made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.” However, players on Twitter (including our own Zelda reviewer), Reddit, NeoGAF, and YouTube have all reported improved performance since installing the update. Continue reading…
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The Dark Tower Release Date Pushed Back Again

The Dark Tower Release Date Pushed Back Again

Sony has pushed back the release date for its The Dark Tower film adaptation once again. Entertainment Weekly reports the movie, which was originally slated to release on July 28, will now open in theaters a week later on August 4. Sony’s upcoming The Emoji Movie was reportedly the reason behind the delay, as the animated film has switched release dates with The Dark Tower. The studio wants to give The Emoji Movie “more summertime play” before school kicks off in August, which isn’t a point of concern with The Dark Tower as it isn’t as reliant on young viewers. There has been barely any promotional material for The Dark Tower, but Stephen King did reveal a new poster for the film just a few weeks ago. Nikolaj Arcel is directing the movie, which stars Idris Elba as Roland Deschain and Matthew McConaughey as Walter Padick. Continue reading…
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