With a new movie comes new cosplays, so we decided to share one of our favorite, full-sized Groot cosplayers, HurleyFX.
HurleyFX, or Lee, is known for making incredibly detailed sculpts, and his Groot is nothing short of amazing - click right to see all the images:
Monday seems a very long time ago now. Nintendo Switch had a different name, we were only guessing that Red Dead 2 existed, and IGN LA's Terri Schwartz chose to spend some of her holidays in our office for no discernible reason and we wanted to record a podcast with her.
Basically, all of this is an excuse for why this four day-old episode seems very out-of-date. Forget all that brand new stuff, let's talk about The Crystal Maze and Miles Teller's gusset, then play Keyword Countdown. Oh, and one of you makes us look really clever with your feedback - thanks for that.
It's perhaps no surprise that Joss Whedon wants to make a Star Wars film - I mean, unless you're Steven Spielberg, who wouldn't - but the man behind Buffy, Firefly and the Avengers movies has a very specific wish for any potential jaunt to a galaxy far, far away.
"I mean, it’s a fun thing to do, to put yourself in the service of something if you think you can add an interpretation", Whedon explains to Complex. "It’s no different than any other storytelling
Do I want to make a Star Wars movie? Yeah.
After failing to reach an agreement on new contractual terms, the Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) has gone on strike from today as of 12:01AM, PDT.
The list of companies affected by the strike include Activision, Blindlight, Corps of Discovery Films, Disney Character Voices, Formosa Interactive, Insomniac Games, Interactive Associates, Take 2, VoiceWorks Productions, and WB Games, Inc.
The current deal from the above Companies offered an immediate 9 percent pay rise should SAG-AFTRA union members accept the offer by December 1.
Scott J. Witlin, of the law firm of Barnes & Thornburg, who represents the interests of the Companies, offered the following statement.
DC released their full lineup of solicitations for January 2017 this week. The new year will kick off with the debut of new mini-series like Justice League/Power Rangers and The Kamandi Challenge and the conclusion of the Justice League vs. Suicide Squad event.
Unreal Engine 4 - the game engine powering the likes of Gears of War 4 and Batman Arkham: VR - will be supported on Nintendo's new console, the Switch.
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If you haven't yet sampled the mayhem of next-gen GTA V, consider scoring the game while console copies have reduced to £27.99. If you're like us and follow the market on these games you'll realise that this is as cheap as GTA ever gets; it is the only game that is notoriously known to hold its value (it's still £44.99 at GAME!). Forget the world-class campaign, £28 for GTA V is worth it just for GTA Online alone.
The Pokemon Company has unveiled a new line of Mario and Luigi-themed merchandise that will be available for Pokemon Center shoppers in Japan.
In addition to adorable Mario and Luigi-themed Pikachu plush toys, other collectibles include special Mario-themed Pokemon trading cards, game cases, keychains, notebooks, and more.
You can swipe through the gallery above to see the full line of merchandise.
For now, the set has only been confirmed in Japan, but hopefully Mario and Luigi Pikachu will make their way to Western stores as well.
For more on rare Pokemon toys, check out limited edition merchandise from this year’s Pokemon World Championships, as well as a tour of Japan’s biggest Pokemon Center.
Ubisoft has announced a delay for its VR exclusive Star Trek: Bridge Crew, which has had its release date pushed back to March 14, 2017.
The announcement was made via a very brief post on the Ubiblog. The short explanation doesn’t mention any specific reasons, simply noting the decision was made "in order to deliver the best game experience possible at launch."
Ubisoft previously confirmed at Gamescom that Star Trek: Bridge Crew would be released simultaneously on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive next month, on November 29.
In a new clip from the audio commentary for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, director J.J. Abrams discusses how Ava DuVernay (Selma) helped shape a moment in the film’s climactic fight between Rey and Kylo Ren.
Abram’s describes how he showed "an early cut to
friend Ava DuVernay and she had a bunch of great suggestions. One of them was that she really wanted to see Daisy
in her attack on
Ren…have one really cool moment."
Abrams later identifies the specific shot: a close-up on Rey with the lightsaber in both hands over her head as she goes in for a final attack. Abrams points out, "
little thing, but it really connects you to her intensity."
In a newly-released excerpt from the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-ray audio commentary, director J.J. Abrams describes a brief sequence that was ultimately cut from the film.
Warning: Minor spoilers for Star Wars : The Force Awakens below.
During her vision in Maz Kanata’s castle upon grabbing the lightsaber, Rey almost saw Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader fighting on Bespin.
Describing what Abrams called "the Force-back," he mentions, "There were many iterations of this. In one, from
Cloud City corridor she looked down and saw Vader fighting Luke, which we ended up cutting."
Abrams then proceeds to describe the rest of the sequences within the vision as "a more personal story. Something that she couldn’t comprehend that was overwhelming to her. Frightening to her. That was taking her through all these elemental experiences," before hearing her own cries as a child and the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi calling out her name.
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
After two episodes, it seems safe to say that Legends of Tomorrow is in a stronger place this season. The show has quickly become lighter, funnier, more adventurous and just all-around more entertaining. “The Justice Society of America” delivered pretty much everything you’d want out a team-up from two different generations of super-teams.
It’s almost funny to think that the Arrow-verse used to be a relatively grounded place when it first started life back in 2012. As this episode proved, there were costumed metahumans on the scene long before Oliver Queen started shooting criminals full of arrows. There was even an honest-to-goodness Justice Society fighting the good fight back in World War II. This week marked the return of Patrick J. Adams’ Rex Tyler, and this time he brought his entire team with him - Vixen (The Originals’ Maisie Richardson-Sellers), Commander Steel (iZombie’s Matthew MacCaull), Obsidian (Dead of Summer’s Dan Payne), Doctor Mid-Nite (Man of Steel’s Kwesi Ameyaw) and Stargirl (If I Stay’s Sarah Grey).