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That’s right, Blockade entertainment is bringing Ninja Theory’s PS3 launch title to the big screen in Spring 2014. The movie will be a full feature-length film, and some of the voice actors from the game will reprise their roles, including Anna Torv as Nariko (I had no idea Anna Torv did Nariko’s voice, I loved her in Fringe), and newcomer Alfred Molina as the King Bohan. Hopefully the film does the game justice. I had fun playing it, although I’m kinda embarrassed that I was just able to beat the final boss two weeks ago, 6 years after its launch.
The Ratchet and Clank movie is finally coming to the silver screen in 2015, courtesy of Rainmaker Entertainment. For those keeping score, this is studio that evolved from the ashes of the classic CGI studio Mainframe Entertainment.
See the full trailer below:
Netflix subscribers who have not made changes to their account before September 1st will see the billing prices change dramatically. Folks who paid 9.99 for one (1) at a time unlimited DVD and Streaming will see a 60% increase and now be billed 15.98. The reason for this is because Netflix has now split it’s Disk and Streaming services into two separate services. One of the things that many people find to be equally upsetting is that there is no discount for those who select both services.
If you plan to make any changes to your subscription, remember to so before 12:00am September 1st. Me and another household in my family are switching to a DVD/BR only plan due the much larger movie selection and far superior picture quality.
After Filmmaker David O. Russell left the project due to “creative differences”, The Hollywood reporter revealed that Columbia Pictures is in final negotiations with Neil Burger (Director of Limitless, the Illusionist) to write and direct the long awaited adaptation of Drake’s Fortune. As for the leading roles of Wahlberg and Johansson as Nathan Drake and Elena respectively, its still unclear.
A red faction movie titled “Red Faction: Origins” is set to air on the syfy channel on June 4th. The movie bridges together Red Faction: Guerrilla and the upcoming Red Faction: Armageddon. The movie stars Robert Patrick as Guerrilla protagonist Alec Mason and Brian J. Smith (Lt. Matthew Scott in Stargate Universe) as his son Jake Mason. More screenshots here.