Gary Busey is Hitman's Next Elusive Target

Gary Busey is Hitman's Next Elusive Target

It seems Agent 47 doesn’t just take down mobsters and racketeers, but the famous as well. Square Enix announced today that Gary Busey will be the next Elusive Target in Hitman. His contract, called “The Wildcard,” will be available for seven full days starting on July 21 at 5 a.m. PT. 48 Hrs. star Busey was the winner in a community vote between himself and actor Gary Cole to be the next contract target. The new Elusive Target will appear in the Sapienza map and be available for much longer than previous Elusive Targets, which were limited to a 48-hour window of time. This is part of the episodic Hitman’s continued rollout of content, which this summer will include two bonus episodes set in Sapienza and Marrakesh, furthering the Hitman story and providing new avenues for assassination. Continue reading…
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Did Kanye West Break the Law By Recording His Taylor Swift Phone Conversation?

Did Kanye West Break the Law By Recording His Taylor Swift Phone Conversation?

That might first depend on the location of the two stars during their talk.read more
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Oscars: Board of Governors Election Results Signal Support for Current Academy Leadership (Analysis)

Oscars: Board of Governors Election Results Signal Support for Current Academy Leadership (Analysis)

Just months after the Academy’s response to #OscarsSoWhite2 divided its members, the vast majority of incumbent governors won re-election.read more
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Comic-Con: New Trailer for 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' Flies Into Hall H

Comic-Con: New Trailer for 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' Flies Into Hall H

The first ‘Harry Potter’ spinoff will hit theaters Nov. 18. read more
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Japanese Server Capacity Delaying Pokemon Go Launch

Japanese Server Capacity Delaying Pokemon Go Launch

Pokemon Go is now available in several regions throughout the world but has yet to reach Japan. And the game’s developer says the country’s servers are to blame for the delay. The augmented reality game is expected to launch “soon, if not by the end of July,” Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke told Forbes. “At present, the server capacity is Japan is not powerful enough,” Hanke said. “We are working hard with our partners in Japan to enable the servers to keep up with the demand once the game goes online there. We expect it to be released by the end of July.” Continue reading…
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Out This Week: I Am Setsuna, Batman v Superman's Ultimate Edition

Out This Week: I Am Setsuna, Batman v Superman's Ultimate Edition

With so many new games and movies coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest releases each and every week. Check out the latest releases for this week, and be sure to come back next Monday for a new update. Note: The prices and deals compiled below are accurate at the time we published this story, but all are subject to change. Continue reading…
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AMC Networks to Offer Voluntary Buyouts to 200 Staffers

AMC Networks to Offer Voluntary Buyouts to 200 Staffers

The cable networks group, which is led by CEO Josh Sapan and is known as the home of ‘The Walking Dead,’ is the latest industry player to turn to buyouts to reduce staffing levels.read more
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New Star Trek TV Series Comes to Netflix Internationally

New Star Trek TV Series Comes to Netflix Internationally

Each episode of CBS Studios’ new Star Trek series will be available on Netflix in 188 countries—excluding the United States and Canada—within 24 hours of its U.S. premiere, Netflix announced today. In the U.S., co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller’s Star Trek series can be found on CBS All Access, and in Canada, on Bell Media. The streaming giant also announced that all 727 episodes of Star Trek’s television library—including Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—will be available worldwide on Netflix before the end of 2016. Continue reading…
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Fourth Film in Star Trek Reboot Series Announced

Fourth Film in Star Trek Reboot Series Announced

Days before Star Trek Beyond hits theaters, Paramount Pictures has announced a sequel that will see the return of a character who first appeared in the 2009 reboot. Chris Hemsworth, who played the father to Chris Pine’s James T. Kirk in the first Trek film to kick off the Kelvin timeline, will return as George Kirk in the fourth in the recent line of Star Trek films. No director has been announced yet, but J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay are on board to write the script. The pair were originally brought on with Roberto Orci to pen the original script for the third Star Trek film before Orci left the project, after which Doug Jung and Star Trek star Simon Pegg came on to co-write the script that would become Star Trek Beyond. Bad Robot’s Lindsey Weber and J.J. Abrams, who helmed 2009’s Star Trek and the followup Star Trek Into Darkness, will produce the film. Continue reading…
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