It's Elimination Chamber time, and with the WWE World Championship on the line inside the Chamber match, this PPV will definitely help shape the WrestleMania card, for better or worse!
Will John Cena retain and go on to fight Randy Orton at 'Mania 33 or will Bray Wyatt win world gold and face his own cohort on the Grandest Stage of Them All? Or what if AJ Styles regains the title in what appears to be his only rematch for the belt?
There is a distinct challenge in writing about director Michael Dudok de Wit's animated feature, and Oscar nominee, The Red Turtle. Any synopsis of the movie that goes beyond the briefest of paragraphs could easily reduce the magic experienced by those watching the movie for the first time. Similarly, talking about various other aspects of the film (sound, color, music, etc.) and using the wrong examples to ground that discussion could, again, lessen the magic, and The Red Turtle is indeed magic. Pure magic.
So, what's it about? A solitary man is lost at sea, but manages to make his way to an island. Upon exploring the island, this man, never named, finds he is the lone human inhabitant but that many other creatures exist around him. As with any number of movies with a similar starting point, our hero must find a way to survive on the island and, potentially, make his way off of it.
The LEGO Batman Movie debuted in first at the domestic box office this weekend, outpacing Fifty Shades Darker and John Wick: Chapter Two with an estimated $55.6 million.
As noted by Variety, the new animated film from Warner Bros., which had a production budget of $80 million, enjoyed the biggest opening of 2017 so far. That said, The LEGO Batman Movie fell short of projections, with some analysts expecting the film to make over $60 million during its first weekend in theaters.
For our thoughts on the family-friendly feature, which stars Will Arnett as the Caped Crusader, Michael Cera as Robin and Zach Galifianakis as Joker, read IGN's The LEGO Batman Movie review.
Comic book TV shows! There are a lot of them these days and plenty more on the way, hence plenty of discussion on that topic in this episode.
So listen on for:
-2:30-8:00: Cloak and Dagger and Runaways casting announced
-8:00-10:15: Black Lightning now a CW pilot
-10:15-20:30: How Gotham is these days (Spoiler warning for Gotham so far this season)
-20:30-25:45: Bryan Singer directing Matt Nix's X-Men TV series
-20:45-27:20: The Good Place renewed for Season 2
-27:20-29:45: Darren Criss to play The Music Meister on The Flash/Supergirl musical crossover
-29:45-31:40: Sharknado 5 announcement and how Syfy has a branding issue
This is a non-spoilery review for all eight episodes of Humans: Season 2. These episodes have already aired overseas, but since they won't premiere here until Monday, February 13th on AMC, this review won't delve into story-specific twists and turns.
Humans is back with a busy, satisfying second season that solidly builds on the world created back in Season 1 and expands it outward and upward in believable and mostly-grounded ways. There are still, a times, a few too many moving parts happening at once, and the show sometimes strains under its noble effort to show all sides of the A.I. argument simultaneously, but there are some very effective moments in Season 2 -- some shockingly poignant beats -- that really showcase the series' ability to strum your heartstrings.
2016 was a big year for Mads Mikkelsen. Not only did he have a major role as Galen Erso in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but he was also the main villain, Kaecilius, in Marvel’s Doctor Strange. In anticipation of the upcoming Doctor Strange Blu-ray release, Mikkelsen talked to IGN about what it was like shooting the film, diving into the mind of Kaecilius, and his role in one of Marvel Studios’ most ambitious films to date.
Note: the interview does contain some MAJOR SPOILERS for those out there who have not seen Doctor Strange yet, as Mikkelsen talks in detail about filming some of the biggest and most talked about sequences from the film.
Bungie has released new concept art for Destiny, including some never before seen images.
The release is in celebration of the one-hundredth episode of our own Destiny podcast, Fireteam Chat.
To see all the art, check out the image gallery below.
During its quarterly call with investors, Activision Blizzard said the sequel to Destiny is "on track" for a release later this year, and in September a rumor surfaced putting Destiny 2 on PC in addition to Xbox One and PS4.
Tekken 7 is in great shape. Not only is it built atop more than two decades of foundational gameplay, but this latest instalment has also steadily evolved over the last two years. Games that are rooted in an arcade scene, after all, have their own unique journey. In this case, Tekken 7 was first sighted in Japanese and Asian arcades in March 2015, spending more than a year there being tested by many of the world’s best players. It saw a significant update in July 2016 – with Fated Retribution - which introduced a new mechanic (Rage Drive), new characters (including Akuma from Street Fighter) and new stages. And now, the game is finally making its way to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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Due for release on March 1st, 2017, Horizon: Zero Dawn is available to pre-order for £38.99. Find everything else you need to know about Horizon: Zero Dawn here.
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Filming may have only just begun in Atlanta on Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War, but you can already see some of your favorite superheroes assembled courtesy of two new, official behind-the-scenes videos.
Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., conducted a Facebook Live on Friday, during which time he interacted with Tom Holland's Spider-Man, Chris Pratt's Star-Lord, and directors Joe and Anthony Russo:
Marvel Studios also released the official commencement of principal photography featurette seen below, which includes new images and concept art of the movie's characters, including the villain Thanos: