After announcing that 20th Century Fox will be following X-Men: Days of Future Past with a sequel of X-Men: Aplocalypse 2016 (title pending), the studio has now signed Simon Kinberg to a three-year deal with the to oversee both the “X-Men” and “Fantastic Four” franchises.
There were rumors going around that Telltale Games, the guys who made the episodic Walking Dead games, would be working on another popular game adaptation with the Game of Thrones. Well, put the rumors to rest because game was just announced during the VGX.
It looks like we might be getting more Indiana Jones films in the future, but this time it'll be coming from the Walt Disney Company. It's no surprise since they bought Lucasfilm, so this was bound to happen.
So X-Men: Days of Future Past, a star studded film featuring a cast of both old and new X-Men movies, is set to May 23, 2014, and I'm sure everyone is excited to see it. But what kind of plans does Fox and director Bryan Singer have afterwards? How about introducing one of the X-Men's greatest foes: Apocalypse.
We posted up a leaked trailer to the Amazing Spider-Man 2 (which looked awesome by the way, and has already been taken down), but it looks like it wasn't even the official trailer that was said to be released today. Don't worry if you missed it either, because this new one looks even better.
Nearly two years in the making, Starbound will be going on its first public beta test today via Steam. First announced in 2012, Starbound has steadily grown in popularity. In April of 2013, it announced a Kickstarter-esque preorder system, and by the end of the month had reached the goal of $1,000,000 and currently sits at a little over $2,000,000 in preorders.
I'm sure many of you guys are familiar with Disney's take on the French fairy tale, La Belle et la Bête (aka, Beauty And The Beast). But did you know there's a French, live-action version of the story set to release next year? Check out the trailer below.
Early last month, we heard that there were a couple of actresses that Warner Bros. were looking at to take on the role of Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, for the upcoming Batman/Superman film. Well, it looks like they found their Amazonian Princess in Gal Gadot.
Before there was ever an anime, Attack on Titan (aka Shingeki no Kyojin / 進撃の巨人) was slated to becoming a live action movie. However, due to creative differences, director Tetsuya Nakashima (Kamikaze Girls) left the production. Since then, the movie has been wafting about, reemerging once in a while but mainly staying in obscurity. Well, it looks like things have changed.