Last year, director Kevin Tancharoen created a short called Mortal Kombat Rebirth that showed a much more grittier, realistic, and violent version of the popular franchise. Everyone online originally throught it was a trailer for a new movie, but as it turns out it was just a short made to impress and hopefully turn into a new movie. It was impressive, but it’s been granted a Web Series (for now). Read more »
With the invention of video games and the popularity they have in this day and age, you’d think something such as Legos, seen as a child’s toy, would eventually phase out, not being able to compete. Well I am very impressed with what Lego has done, as they have totally embraced the video game world and have some of the more popular titles! With their Star Wars and Indiana Jones lines, Lego games are only getting started. Here’s their newest creation… LEGO ROCK BAND!
If someone were to ask me if there was a god, I’d say… YES!
No, not because I’m worried about Gozer the Gozerian blasting me with lightning bolts “Emper0r Palpatine-style“, it’s because of the continuing positive news of a third Ghostbusters movie. 2009 is the 25th anniversary of the release of the first Ghostbusters movie and it’s already been great. On June 16, 2009 a brand new Ghostbusters Video Game will be released for 6 major gaming platforms. Also on the same day, the Ghostbusters Blu-Ray DVD will be released with new bonus features. But the biggest news has been the heart of GB creator Dan Aykroyd and the new willingness of Bill Murry to return for a third movie. As of now, the script is being written the most of the original cast is on board for the upcoming blockbuster. Recently Dan Aykroyd has said that he’s hoping production will start in the winter ’09, and that the story would be about the original team training a new team, including women Ghostbusters. Keep checking back for more updated information as it develops, as well as Proton Charging, GB Fans, and Spook Central.
ComicBookMovie.com has reported that director Chris Mink has stated a new Mortal Kombat movie would be “a re-envisioning of the Mortal Kombat franchise”. I personally put the original Mortal Kombat movie up as one of my favorites because of the excitement I feel when watching the great fight scenes with great special effects. I liked the sequel, Mortal Kombat Annihilation and liked that too. The attention to detail from the popular video game, and all of the music involved made it a great experience! I’ve found some of my favorite artists from the original soundtrack. What do you think about the movie or music?
Actress Alyssa Milano is seen interviewed in this video as the voice of the leading lady in the upcoming Ghostbusters Video Game. The part was originally offered to Sigourney Weaver, the actress from the movies. She passed and Alyssa stepped in. (It’s been reported that now Weaver has changed her mind only to be denied.) The video is great showing the interview, the character, and behind the scenes footage! Read more »
The Beatles: Rock Band has recently announced the worldwide release on 9/9/09. It will allow fans to pick up the guitar, bass, mic or drums and experience The Beatles extraordinary catalogue of music through gameplay that takes players on a journey through the legacy and evolution of the band’s legendary career. In addition, The Beatles: Rock Band will offer a limited number of new hardware offerings modeled after instruments used by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr throughout their career. More Info
Atari has announced that the Ghostbusters game will be released on June 16, 2009. The game will be available for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC with other versions available for the Nintendo Wii and DS. All four original actors from the movies have come back to lend their voices to their respective roles in the game. The game is scheduled to come out at the 25 year anniversary of the original movie. Read the full story at Entertainment News International.
While promoting the new game Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, a Soundboard was created featuring the voice of Hernan Sanchez, who was the voice of all the awesome sound bites such “Fatility” and “Flawless Victory” from the previous Mortal Kombat games. Hernan recorded some funny quotes that you won’t hear in the game… Read more »