Universal Pictures has finally announced the set-in-stone cast for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, along with word the picture has begun shooting in San Francisco with Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle directing. The film will simply be titled “Steve Jobs” and will be based on the biography by Walter Isaacson…. Read the rest of this post here
A Capcom representative issued a statement to Kotaku today clarifying that the microtransactions are included in the optional Raid Mode and not “within the main campaign.” The Raid Mode features two “life crystals” variants that are used to respawn, which players can either earn or purchase.
“The crystals essentially act as continues (re spawns) in Raid mode when players die,” the representative explains. “Blue life crystals can be earned through playing daily missions and red life crystals can be bought.
First off, my apologies, as I’m traveling for work this week, so I need to try and keep this review on the short side.
This episode felt a bit clunkier than previous installments, mainly in the first half. Agent Carter’s had a good sense of humor, but some of the gags this week were heavy handed. Stuff like Howard’s face being covered in lipstick kiss marks was pretty broad and silly. Also, yeesh, Jarvis, you have the worst tell I’ve ever seen with that ear thing! And it stood in stark (no pun intended, unlike the one at the top of this page) contrast to how strong willed he was while being interrogated in just the last episode.
The world of the Witcher is rough and unruly, defined by greed, corruption and despair. It’s a battleworn, ugly world, and in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, this ugliness has never been more beautiful.
Graphical prowess is to be expected, of course. It’s been nearly four years since CD Projekt RED released its last Witcher game into the wild, and as much as The Witcher 2 still looks beautiful on PC, significant advances in technology has allowed for much grander world building. But on the hefty rig I’m playing on, The Witcher 3 looks truly gobsmacking; pores stand out on faces, blades of grass can be counted, curls of hair twist in the breeze.
The App Recap is iDB’s daily roundup of notable news from the wacky world of iOS software. Below you’ll find a list of discounts, updates and new releases we think are worth checking out. Today we have some great discounts for you, as well as some interesting new apps and games…. Read the rest of this post here
Now we’ve got a few more to add to the mix, thanks to a new report from JoBlo. *Possible spoilers ahead*
First off, Joel Edgerton and Jon Bernthal aren’t the only names in the running to take over as field commander Rick Flag. Karl Urban is also being considered for the role (while also up for the villain in the Aquaman film). Additionally, there is going to be a Rick Flag Sr. in the film, and the two actors circling that role are said to be Ed Harris (A History of Violence) and Max Martini (Pacific Rim).
The sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman will have neither Snow White nor her Seven Dwarfs in it.
We’ve known for awhile now that Kristen Stewart’s Snow White would be sitting out the sequel, which will see Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron reprise their respective roles from the 2012 original. Now it appears several other cast members will also not appear in the sequel, titled The Huntsman.
According to Deadline, The Huntsman “will only feature two dwarfs, and it is still unclear who they will be.” Definitely not coming back are Nick Frost, Toby Jones and Eddie Marsan.