The fact that Gollum himself, Andy Serkis, was cast in Avengers: Age of Ultron is a pretty big deal, and yet, Marvel has somehow managed to completely conceal what character he's actually playing. When the trailer finally dropped last week, we got our first good look at him in the movie and... there really wasn't much to go on. However, one of today's big announcements does open up an intriguing possibility.
Doctor Strange! Captain Marvel! Black Panther! There is just so much to digest from today's Marvel press conference. While we continue to mull over what it all might mean, check out the official logo reveals for all of the revealed films!
Today, Marvel dropped some huge bombshells in regards to their Phase Three plans. One of the biggest announcements was the long-rumored title of the third Thor film: Ragnarok. Thor hasn't always been the most popular comic book character though, so even though this is also the title of one of his most epic stories, I haven't seen it discussed all that much.
Well call me spoiled, but I'm disappointed that the collab between Pokemon and horror manga maestro Junji Ito is just a site that I can't read, some artwork, and some merch. A comic is what I was after, dangit! and to vent my frustration, here's four scenes I would've loved to see from the Pokemon horror event that never was.
The N64 holds a special spot in a lot of gamers' hearts, especially ones who grew up in the console's heyday in the mid-90s. It's no surprise then that any medley of some of the fantastic music from the games of that era is going to inspire some major nostalgia-ing.
Oh man, I'm dying. Someone went and synched the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer with Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On, and it works so well, I have to believe it was considered for the actual trailer music at some point.
Alas, it is that time of month again, as dozens of Netflix titles leave us to make room for new ones. As of the start of next month, we'll be losing movies like American Psycho with a pre-Batman Christian Bale, Joss Whedon's Serenity, and Kevin Smith's Red State
Delayed games are pretty commonplace, and can happen for any number of reasons. Sometimes game-breaking bugs crop up late in development, maybe the team is having trouble adjusting to new hardware, or maybe the studio simply wants to change the timing of the release for commercial reasons. In any case, most times it just means we'll have to wait a few months longer to get our hands on the game... unlike these ten games, which left fans waiting for a half a decade or more.
Happy Monday music lovers! Like new stuff? Great - you've come to the right place. Each week all sorts of audio goodies are released by labels to the masses and this is where it all comes to be judged. I'll tell ya what's good, what's bad, and what's a waste of your time. Thanks for stopping by!
It's 1937, and we're a lonely girl on an island off the coast of Maine. There's no dungeons or spaceships in this week's story, but there is an ocean, a lighthouse and some old people. That's basically the same thing, right?