Take Another Trip to the End of the World with Sony’s Stellar Blade | Video Games

It’s a game I was ready to discard as a disappointment relatively early, but that opened up right around then into something more ambitious and engaging. Some aspects still feel remarkably unrefined, but they become easier to ignore in favor of what does work about this odd RPG hybrid. It’s a weird game, but there’s … Read more

World Police gets 4K release

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and Team America: World Police will be released on 4K Ultra HD for the first time ever. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, and everyone’s favourite foul-mouthed youngsters will be making the leap to 4K. Paramount Home Media Distribution has announced that … Read more

Colman Domingo, Dev Patel rumored for new Jurassic World movie

Colman Domingo and Dev Patel are rumored to be eyed for the new Jurassic World movie directed by Gareth Edwards. With Scarlett Johansson now in talks to star in the new Jurassic World movie, scooper Daniel Richtman has added a couple more casting rumours to the fire. According to Richtman, Colman Domingo (Euphoria) and Dev … Read more

Veselka: The Rainbow on the Corner at the Center of the World movie review (2024)

Over the course of filming the deeply compassionate “Veselka: The Rainbow on the Corner at the Center of the World,” the War in Ukraine broke out, giving the piece a different kind of scope and emotional power. Like the title that goes on a bit longer than it needs to, the filmmakers here have a … Read more

Captain America: Brave New World Trailer: Did It Release Online?

With CinemaCon 2024’s Captain America: Brave New World trailer trending, fans wish to know if it has been released online. Can you watch it? What happened in the trailer? Here’s everything you need to know. Did Marvel release the Captain America: Brave New World trailer online? No, Marvel did not release the Captain America: Brave … Read more

Brave New World brings stars, stripes, and action to Marvel’s CinemaCon panel

Marvel Studios plants its flag at CinemaCon to treat the crowd to a Captain America: Brave New World preview. Disney is bringing more than emotional teenagers to CinemaCon 2024, with Marvel Studios ready to unleash superheroes on an already riled-up crowd. In addition to teasing the audience with footage from Deadpool and Wolverine, an F-bomb-dropping Kevin … Read more

The End of the World is Going to be Weird on Prime Video’s Quirky, Clever Adaptation of Fallout

Adapting open-world games can be a great challenge for film and TV creatives because they don’t have the handy-dandy narrative skeleton to convey what made a game so successful. How do you adapt a game with such little storytelling structure to a genre that requires it? Sometimes it baffles creators and the resulting adaptation feels … Read more

A New Documentary Explores the World of Bruce Lee Knockoffs

With the possible exception of James Dean, no actor left a bigger impact on the world of film in fewer onscreen appearances than Bruce Lee. While Lee headlined only four martial arts movies during his lifetime, those films — especially the fourth, Enter the Dragon, which Lee finished only a few months before his death — became so … Read more

Train to the End of the World Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date & Time on Crunchyroll

The Train to the End of the World Season 1 Episode 2 release date and time have been revealed. The episode will air on Crunchyroll. Also known as “Shūmatsu Torein Doko e Iku?” in Japanese, this anime series is directed by Tsutomu Mizushima and produced by Kadokawa Corporation. Here’s when the episode is coming out. … Read more

Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World movie review (2024)

“Do Not Expect…” culminates in a masterfully executed sequence that distills the film’s themes into a single, unbroken shot—ostensibly the raw footage from the PSA—where a poor family is manipulated into undermining their own interests in bleakly funny fashion. The road there is full of small indignities and absurd ironies, peppered with pop-culture references (including … Read more