Disney's Frozen is offically getting a follow up, but this time it is not hitting the theaters or straight to DVD. Radhom House has announced that Frozen will be releasing a series of Books with the first two books hitting the selves sometime in 2015.
We've known that Marvel was already developing an Inhumans movie since 2011, but we weren't sure when the studio would move forward to actually make the film. These characters are not a household name... but neither were Guardians of the Galaxy, and look how that turned out! Well, with the success the Studio had with their first attempt on a movie based on Marvel's cosmic characters, it looks like they will be moving forward with even stranger superheroes.
After Warner Bros. decided to put Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice on the same release date with Marvel's Captain America (May 6, 2016), everyone already knew that one of those studios would eventually backdown from the box office showdown.
As Sony preps a new female-lead film based around a Spider-Man character, which we have no clue who might be that character is (we think Black Cat), there are two other Spider-man spin-off films in the works at the studio. One is the Sinister Six, and the other is a Venom spin-off which is now has the title, Venom Carnage.
Sony Pictures has big plans in store for the Amazing Spider-Man franchise. Back during the madness of Comic-Con, the studio revealed that The Amazing Spider-Man 3 would be pushed back to 2018 and Sinister Six was scheduled for release on November 11, 2016. The Venom film is still on the way, but it seems the focus now is on developing the first female superhero film also set in the Spidey-Universe.
Fans of the highly anticipated Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, the fifth installment of Arc System Work's Guilty Gear series, is heading to consoles sooner than you think. The release was reported on this week's issue of Famitsu, and will be heading to the Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 on December 4 in Japan.
We first heard about the Dynasty Warriors-esque Legend of Zelda game late last year, and we got our first real look at it Hyrule Warriors E3 a few weeks back. Well it looks like we have a new character announced to the game, and it's none other than the franchise's main baddie, Ganondorf.
Publisher Deep Silver is taking another stab at making its zombie game Dead Island into a movie. According to Deadline, Occupant Entertainment, who produced the films All the Boys Love Mandy Lane and The Wackness, is stepping in for Lionsgate.
This game takes it back to the time when hanging out in the arcades was the usual pastime. If you loved playing Sega's arcade classic, Out Run then these guys have made the game for you. Drift Stage is a game in development that brings arcade racing games back with an eighties vibe with bright, colorful visuals, and classic vehicles to drive.