We have the new Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer up along with a behind the scenes clip. Infinity Ward the team behind the highly successful Modern Warfare series are doing something different this time around and it is looking mighty fine.
A ﬁlm that nobody wants to see (apart from perhaps your 5-year-old cousin who has their own iPad, naturally), the Angry Birds Movie has been officially confirmed by Sony, who have acquired the distribution rights to the movie-version of the hugely successful mobile game. Rovio, the developers of the game, will be ﬁnancing, developing and producing the movie themselves.
Ratchet and Clank movie teaser trailer released, with two years to go…
Scott Stuber, producer of much maligned critical bombs such as last year's double-whammy of Safe House and Battleship, is potentially attached to breathe new life into the struggling adaptation of the Gears of War video game series. New Line Cinema and Len Wiseman had previously tried to get the film adaptation off the ground, but due to issues in the prolonged development stages, Wiseman dropped out and the project was left floundering. Now, Epic Games, Inc. are reaching out to secure distribution, with the likelihood of Universal taking the project on board given Stuber's past associations with the studio.
After their recent troubles, MGM seem to be finding their feet again. Just yesterday MGM chairman and CEO Gary Barber announced that they will be producing a Tomb Raider reboot, alongside GK Films (who purchased the rights in 2011).
In the quest to bring World of Warcraft to the big screen, Sam Raimi was sadly defeated by the horde of terrible video game adaptations that stood between and the future adaptation. Now, a new warrior has stepped forward to complete this perilous quest, fraught with the potential for critical and box office disaster, none other than Moon/Source Code director Duncan Jones.
Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises, Lawless) has signed to appear in Ubisoft's adaptation of their video game franchise, Splinter Cell.
One can only speculate on the amount of ego-massage and constant reassurance that was required for Rich Moore, director of Disney's upcoming Wreck-It Ralph, to convince a host of game companies to lend their classic characters to the animated flick; but convince them he did.
My enthusiasm for this movie just Level'd-Up!