Aside from the six main feature films from George Lucas, the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars was the only material to make the cut when Disney and Lucasfilm decided to officially decree what was considered canon, and confirmed that the Expanded Universe was not included. As a big fan of that show, it was a huge relief to know that those episodes and the many great stories they told were all locked in as part of Star Wars mythology and could reverberate in the future. Still, it was clear the focus moving forward would no longer be on The Clone Wars era, as the show itself was cancelled prematurely. While Episode VII will obviously take place many years after the original trilogy, much of the new canon material we’ve gotten in the lead-up is taking place in the era between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. (whoops, sorry, A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, minus Rebels and the Kanan comic).
Legendary Pictures and Comcept have announced a “live action feature-length project for digital platforms” based on Keiji Inafune’s upcoming Mighty No. 9.
The announcement follows Legendary’s creation of Dead Rising: Watchtower for Crackle, based on the Dead Rising series also created by Inafune. A sequel is currently in development.
“The announcement that Legendary Digital is collaborating with Contradiction and Comcept on creating a live action project based on Mighty No. 9 is really amazing, not only for myself and the rest of the team at Comcept who worked on the game, but also for all the fans who have supported the project,” said Inafune. “This collaboration will give our creation the ability to reach people all over the world. Thanks to all of your support, we have fulfilled another one of our dreams.”
After CBS announced a month ago that it would soon appease cord-cutters by rolling out a standalone video-streaming service over the Internet, Re/code revealed Tuesday that the network’s premium cable television service called Showtime is now available through the Apple TV, no cable subscription required.
The standalone video-streaming service is available on Apple’s $69 media-streaming box in exchange for a flat monthly fee of $10.99 with iTunes billing. A free 30-day free trial is available provided you have set up a valid payment method in iTunes.
WatchNotifications is a brand new jailbreak tweak from developer Thomas Finch, that seeks to better unify the look of notifications on Apple Watch and iPhone. It does this by mimicking the look of Apple Watch notifications on your iPhone’s Lock screen.
Available for $1.00 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo, if you prefer the look of the notifications on your Apple Watch, then you’ll most certainly be interested in WatchNotifications…. Read the rest of this post here
Although Korean investors thought the flagship Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones would turn Samsung’s fortunes around, the financial freefall continued when the South Korean conglomerate said Tuesday it expected to report a decline in revenue and profits when its second-quarter results go public later this month.
As the Wall Street Journal noted today, the unfortunate development marks Samsung’s seventh straight quarterly profit decline. A source attributed worse than expected results to seemingly lackluster sales of Samsung’s latest flagship handsets and a gross miscalculation in demand for the Galaxy S6 versus the Galaxy S6 Edge…. Read the rest of this post here
After years of waiting it looks like our torment could finally be drawing to a close – sources are reporting the Warcraft movie trailer will officially debut at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the panel on Saturday July 11 will see the movie get its “big public unveiling”, which many are taking to mean we’ll finally be able to see director Duncan Jones vision in all its glory.
Thus far, only a select few have been lucky enough to get a glimpse of the Warcraft movie. Back in July 2013 at SDCC’s Legendary Pictures panel, a brief sizzle reel was shown to those in the hall. It’s never been released to the wider world, however.
IGN has partnered with Ninja Kiwi to name Bloons Tower Defense 5 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad its free game for the month of July. This popular tower defense download is available on a first-come, first-serve basis so make sure to redeem your copy following the instructions provided below.