Godzilla: King of the Monsters will only feature one returning star from the 2014 reboot.
Variety reports Ken Watanabe will reprise his role as Dr. Ishiro Serizawa in the sequel, with Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen not likely to return. It's also been reported Straight Outta Compton star O’Shea Jackson Jr. is close to joining the movie, though there are currently no details about his potential role.
Ken Watanabe in Godzilla.
You’d expect the finale of the Dark Souls trilogy to be a grand, apocalyptic affair, and as far as its haunting new settings and frightening boss fights go, The Ringed City certainly delivers. But for all the cool new gear, spells, and thrilling tests of skill and endurance it throws at you, this final DLC adventure for Dark Souls 3 has its strongest moments tucked away in the quieter corners of its carefully crafted world.
This is the end of Dark Souls as we know it, and with it comes a host of exciting lore implications that tie back to previous games in the series. Most of those moments trigger startling revelations about this beloved world's past, but also a few thought-provoking questions about its future… even at the end of everything.
Jason Bourne filmmaker Paul Greengrass will direct Ness, an adaptation of the graphic novel Torso by Brian Michael Bendis and Marc Andreyko.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Greengrass is in negotiations with Paramount about helming Ness. LA Confidential scribe Brian Helgeland wrote the screenplay for the film, which follows Eliot Ness as he hunts for a serial killer in Cleveland.
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Following a two-year hiatus, True Detective will reportedly return, as work on a third season is now underway.
Entertainment Weekly reports that series creator Nic Pizzolatto has already written the first two episodes for the potential Season 3 and is working with Deadwood creator and Emmy-winning writer-producer David Milch.
However, HBO has not yet officially greenlit a third season and it's unlikely Milch will serve as the new showrunner if True Detective does indeed return. Milch is expected to only be involved with the screenwriting process.
Last year, HBO president of programming Casey Bloys gave an update on True Detective, saying the series is not dead, but HBO just doesn't "have a take for a third season yet." The network was also open to the idea of bringing in a new writer, with Pizzolatto supervising the new season. Matthew McConaughey has also expressed interest in reprising his role as Rust Cohle.
We're less than a week out from WrestleMania 33 -- billed this year as the "Ultimate Thrill Ride" -- taking place live from Orlando on Sunday, April 2nd. Goldberg defends the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker faces Roman Reigns, Randy Orton challenges Bray Wyatt for the WWE World Championship, and more!
Now keep in mind that the 'Mania card isn't 100% solidified at this moment. There's some wiggle room, what with RAW and SmackDown Live still yet to air this week. Braun Strowman could be added to the Taker/Reigns fight. Some stipulations might be added to some SmackDown matches, like AJ vs. Shane-O-Mac and the SmackDown Women's Championship melee. Triple H and Seth Rollins still haven't officially signed their contract for their unofficial match, and guys like Samoa Joe and Sami Zayn aren't even on the card yet. So not everything's completely finalized. Still though, we want to check in and see which matches, as of now, we're the most excited about.
Ghost in the Shell is one of the most popular Japanese animated series of all time, and one of the few to hit the mainstream in America. The existential themes coupled with the ground-breaking animation from Production I.G. made Ghost in the Shell a hit with critics and fans alike.
With the release of the live-action adaptation, set to hit theaters on March 31, now is the best time to get up to snuff on the details before seeing the film.
Here are eight details you should know about Ghost in the Shell, before seeing the Hollywood adaptation.
Actress Katie Cassidy isn't just coming back for a couple of Arrow episodes this season, she's actually returning as a series regular.
The actress will be an ongoing addition to Arrow with Season 6. Cassidy, who started with the CW series portraying Laurel Lance/Black Canary, is now playing Laurel's Earth-2 doppelgänger, Black Siren.
"This year, our midseason finale reintroduced us to Laurel’s doppelgänger, Black Siren. We were so taken by Katie’s fearless interpretation of this character that we knew her story was not yet finished," said Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim in a statement.
Last week, the big musical episode of The Flash aired, as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Kara Danvers/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) found themselves trapped inside a musical world, thanks to the Music Meister (Darren Criss) - in an episode that brought together all three of the aforementioned Glee alumni and allowed them to show off their real life singing talent.
IGN has an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip focused on that episode, previewing a special feature available to fans who subscribe to The Flash: Season 3 Season Pass on Digital HD. Check out what executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, Criss and Candice Patton ("Iris West") had to say about Barry's big romantic ballad to Iris, "Runnin' Home to You," plus Kriesberg discussing their approach to crossover episodes like this in general.
Warning: The following review contains spoilers for the episode.
Things slowed down this week as Goku returns to Earth to recruit members to fill the 10-person requirement for the Tournament of Power. During his search a side plot unfolded as Bulma and Vegeta welcomed their daughter into the world. Bulla’s arrival added some much needed excitement to the episode, as the opening minutes were very dull and tough to watch.
While everyone else is enjoying the newborn entering the world, Vegeta was his typical standoffish self but there were several well edited cuts to show his secret affection he just couldn’t allow anyone to see. There was also an emphasis on him giving Bulla a royal name, as Vegeta is still the Prince of all Saiyans, and the emphasis on this has me wondering what the future might hold for the newborn royalty. I also got a chuckle out of his parental tick: anytime Bulla started to cry, Vegeta would get upset and accidentally go Super Saiyan Blue.
Michael Hillman is the new head of hardware for Oculus VR.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook — which owns Oculus VR — has hired Hillman, who's spent his past 15 years at Apple. He previously worked on the iMac desktop computer at the Cupertino company and held senior positions in engineering and design.
Hillman's new role will see him pushing for Oculus Rift to hit the mainstream.
The adoption rate could pick up for Oculus Rift with the recent price cut. The headset and controllers are now bundled together for $598, which is $200 less than before.
Warner Bros. has unveiled the first details of its Tomb Raider cinematic reboot, including a first look at Alicia Vikander in the starring role.
Take a look at the first official photo of Ex Machina's Vikander as Lara:
First photo of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in 2018's Tomb Raider, via Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. also released the official plot description for the origin story film, which confirms Lara will investigate her father's mysterious murder, as a producer for the film has previously explained:
After many leaks and hints, Bungie has officially revealed the logo for Destiny 2.
The logo for the highly anticipated sequel was revealed in a post on the official Destiny Twitter account.
Destiny 2 logo, via Twitter
Last week, several posters for Destiny 2 surfaced online, bearing the very same logo that Bungie unveiled today. As such, today's news essentially confirms the September launch and forthcoming beta listed on the leaked posters.
Since receiving a final copy of MLB The Show 17, I’ve put in about 15 hours playing games and exploring the different modes. While a full review is coming later this week, I can say that this year’s version of the game is already impressing me.
The expectations are set high early, with a surprisingly good opening video; it’s definitely worth watching at least once. From there, the menus have been given a fresh look. They continue to be easy to navigate and put the stuff used most often right up front.
In-game, lighting looks like it has been improved, even after the attention it has received over the past few years. Day games are especially vibrant. I continue to be impressed by the MLB The Show 17’s ability to communicate the time of day and year based solely on changes in the sky and lighting.
A classic feature-length Doctor Who episode is getting the RiffTrax treatment on the big screen.
The RiffTrax crew - Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett - is returning to theaters once again to take on Doctor Who: The Five Doctors for two nights only on August 17 and August 24. They've teamed with Fathom Events and BBC America to bring the 1983 story back with that singular RiffTrax edge. In fact, they have a message for IGN from a very special location that you can watch below:
Fans can purchase tickets online at the Fathom site beginning April 14, or at participating theater box offices. Go to FathomEvents.com to find a theater in your area, and visit the RiffTRax Live! page for more info.