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The Playstation 4 Is Permanently $349 Starting October 9

by Peter Paltridgeon October 8, 2015
Gamers have been begging Sony for a price drop on the Playstation 4 for quite a long time, and with the rising competence of the competition (eleven bundles from Microsoft), folks wondered how long they could hold out. The news finally broke today: starting tomorrow, the Playstation 4 is officially $349.99. Sony announced the news […]

Tricia Helfer Added To Powers Cast

by Alex Beanon October 6, 2015
Tricia Helfer [“Battlestar Galactica”] has been added to the cast of “Powers” for its upcoming second season on Sony’s PlayStation TV. Helfer will play the role of FBI Special Agent Lange in the comic book-based series. Season Two of “Powers” is currently scheduled to air in early 2016.

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Animated Ghostbusters Picture In Production At Sony

by Peter Paltridgeon October 2, 2015
Yes, Sony plans to still make live-action Ghostbusters movies. But, apparently, they want to make an animated version as well. Variety reports that an animated Ghostbusters movie has entered production, with the director of the original picture, Ivan Reitman, at the helm. Why? I dunno. Barring another North Korean hack, we’re not getting any answers. […]

Sigourney Weaver Joins List Of Ghostbusters Alumni To Cameo In New Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon September 25, 2015
As far as cast members go for the new Ghostbusters movie, we don’t know if there will be Zuul, but there will be Dana. The movie’s director, Paul Feig, tweeted this morning that it was true — Sigourney Weaver would be appearing in the movie at some point. “Gang, trying to keep surprises but this […]

First Trailer For Angry Birds Movie Is Out

First Trailer For Angry Birds Movie Is Out

by Peter Paltridgeon September 23, 2015
Rovio’s phone game Angry Birds unleashed a tornado of Angry Birds-related junk just a few short years ago, and the zealous quest for quick cash may have oversaturated the property into oblivion. It takes time to make an animated movie, though, typically about four years. Thus, four years after Angry Birds hit its peak, we’ll […]

Cinema’s Next Spider-Man Will Start At Age 15

by Peter Paltridgeon September 22, 2015
In 2017 Spider-Man will get his third incarnation within ten years. Tom Holland will succeed Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire before him as the latest stab in the ongoing search for the perfect webslinger. Today, director Jon Watts revealed to Empire Magazine (not online, but reported by Den of Geek) that Holland will be the […]

Gravity Rush Lives, And Other TGS Announcements From Sony

Gravity Rush Lives, And Other TGS Announcements From Sony

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2015
One of the most excellent video games Sony has ever released is Gravity Rush, but most people aren’t aware of this because it was a flagship game for the doomed Vita handheld (which is still for sale). This morning during Sony’s conference at the Tokyo Game Show, the console maker revealed that Gravity Rush would […]

Deadpool On Both Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox One In November

by Alex Beanon September 1, 2015
“Deadpool” – the video game, not the movie – is set to be available on both Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One console systems on November 17, 2015. The game is already available for PC on Steam and the console versions will feature a post-release DLC along with two additional levels and two costumes. […]

Mafia III Trailer Released

Mafia III Trailer Released

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2015
The official trailer for “Mafia III” has been released – the video game is scheduled for release in 2016 on Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and PC…

Three Hollywood Studios Want To Make A Movie About Emoji

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2015
Sony just won an intense bidding war among two rival studios (according to Deadline, rumored to be Paramount and WB) to obtain the rights to a pitch for a movie based around emoji, the yellow faces of various emotions that people tag at the end of their text messages nowadays. This wasn’t the bid to […]