Christopher Nolan and Matthew McConaughey made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con over the weekend to debut the second trailer for their upcoming sci-fi film Interstellar. And now the preview has made it online. Take a look:
You can check out an HD version of the trailer at interstellarmovie.com. Just enter the code 7201969 when prompted.
Read our man Max Nicholson's full Paramount panel report from Comic-Con right here, including what Nolan had to say about the film, new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles footage, and more. Or watch his panel reaction below:
With Quentin Tarantino saddled up and ready to roll with The Hateful Eight, we're finally getting our first official poster for the upcoming western tale.
Empire revealed the black, white, and red poster, which is featured in the magazine's next issue. The promotional art seen below features a carriage being pulled by six horses, with bright blood streaking behind the passengers.
Warner Bros. will bring The Dragonriders of Pern series to the silver screen, hoping to launch another successful franchise in the vein of Harry Potter and The Hobbit for the movie studio.
Deadline reports that Warner Bros. has optioned the Anne McCaffrey book series, which includes 22 novels and a wealth of material to dig through for films. McCaffrey started the series in the 1960s, which follows a band of warriors who take to the skies on dragons. They fight to protect the exotic planet known as Pern from deadly spores that come from the Red Star.
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Atlus has announced that its samurai RPG Shin Megami Tensei 4 will finally be available for European gamers in September.
The Nintendo 3DS game was first announced last year. It became available in Japan in May 2013, with North America following suit in July 2013.
It will be downloadable from the Nintendo 3DS eShop for £17.99 / €19.99. All of its DLC will also be available, with the exception of some armour exclusive to North American retailers.
We're not sure why it's taken so long to Shin Megami Tensei 4 to reach Europe, but after it received an 8.5 review from IGN, we're glad that it's becoming accessible to more gamers out there.
Syfy announced yesterday two new additions to the cast of the TV adaptation of 12 Monkeys: Tom Noonan (Damages, Heat) and Emily Hampshire (Cosmopolis).
The two actors will have recurring roles on the 13-episode first season. Noonan is set to play a villain in the TV show, acting as the face of the Army of the 12 Monkeys. Hampshire will portray a dangerous mental patient by the name of Jennifer Goines, who may just have the answers for the 12 Monkeys mystery.
Noonan and Hampshire join 12 Monkeys stars Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo, and Noah Bean. The TV series will follow Cole (Stanford) as he travels back in time to find and destroy a mysterious plague that decimates humanity in the future.
Playcast Media has announced that its cloud gaming app for Amazon Fire TV is now in public beta.
The app streams games directly from Amazon's servers to your Fire TV, and has an emphasis on triple-A releases. The screenshot below suggests that games such as Sleeping Dogs and Darksiders 2 will be available. Though no specific games have been confirmed, Playcast says it is licensing games from publishers such as EA, Ubisoft, Konami, Square Enix, Disney, and more.
"Playcast brings gamers what they really want," says Playcast Media CEO Guy de Beer. "Lag-free, console-quality HD, AAA brand name titles."
Zen Studios is delaying the release of Pinball FX 2 on Xbox One to implement the functionality that lets players transfer their Xbox 360 tables onto Microsoft's new platform for free.
The announcement came courtesy of the Zen Studios blog, where the company said that it's been working with Microsoft to make table transfers to Xbox One a reality for Pinball FX 2. Originally, this import option wasn't going to be available.
The new table transfer functionality will lead to a slight delay for Pinball FX 2, however, which was originally set to launch this week. "We apologize to any fans affected by this delay, but we pledge to make it up to you by incorporating this highly desired feature."
From their secluded home-theater compound, film critics Wade Major and Mark Keizer mix insightful commentary with irreverent banter, covering the latest DVD and Blu-ray news and new releases of the week, including studio, independent, television and special-interest titles.
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LG's G3 is easily one of the best phones you can buy right now. The combination of its beautiful Quad HD display, premium build, long-lasting battery, and fantastic camera make it hard to pass up. If you've already picked one up, or plan to in the near future, here are some helpful tips for your brand new smartphone.
The Smart Keyboard that ships with the G3 is one of the best stock options available, and the fact that you can do some customizing to it makes it even better. To make changes, head over to the "Language and Input" section in your phone's settings, and tap the gear symbol next to "LG Keyboard." From there, you can adjust the height, add or remove a row of numeric keys, change the keyboard's height, and allow swipe typing.
At the Marvel Animation panel at SDCC this past weekend, Marvel revealed some details about the upcoming seasons of three of its current shows and ended their presentation by showing a clip of a new series based on the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy film. First up was the premiere of a new episode of Ultimate Spider-Man Web Warriors, which will begin its third season on Disney XD in September.
The episode shows the beginning of a "Spider Verse" arc that comic book fans are already familiar with. Green Goblin uses Electro's power to open up wormholes into various alternate realities. When Spider-Man follows, he encounters Spider-Man 2099 in one reality, and Petra Parker in a female-dominated society. Each reality has its own animation style as well. Later, they even showed a clip Spider-Man in a wacky adventure with Spider-Ham (Peter Porker). While that arc is slated for next year, the series will start with Spiderman joining the Avengers, and fans can expect to see other favorite characters like Nova, Luke Cage and Iron Fist.
Transformers: Age Of Extinction actor T.J. Miller doesn't seem too eager to work with filmmaker Michael Bay again, judging from a story he recently recounted that happened on the blockbuster movie's set.
Speaking with Doug Benson on Doug Loves Movies, Miller — who broke out onto the scene with Cloverfield — discussed collaborating with Bay on the set of Transformers 4, summing it up as a "very bipolar experience."
The unit includes an aluminum wheel wrapped in suede leather to go alongside aluminum paddle shifters. Dual motors ensure accurate force feedback, and the wheel rotation can be set to 270 or 900 degrees to fit your driving style. The wheel face can also be easily removed from the base unit in case you want to swap it out for another wheel.
Welcome to Courier's Corner, IGN's MOBA-centric letter series. This week, IGN Editors Mitch Dyer and Brian Albert discuss the challenges (and potential solutions) of learning to play new Heroes in MOBAs.
Learning is hard.
I have started to press the “Select a Random Hero” button every time I start a new Dota 2 match. I’d spent 50 matches in a row playing the same small number of characters before deciding it was time to branch out. I’m partially addicted to the bonus gold I get for playing a random Hero, partially in love with discovering their intricacies, partially in love with not knowing what I’m getting into.
Deep Silver has announced it's acquired all rights to the Homefront franchise from Crytek, and will now be in charge of development of the upcoming Homefront: The Revolution.
The publisher best known for Dead Island and Saints Row has confirmed it's opening a new studio in Nottingham, England, to continue the project, and will also be picking up "all coherent assets from Crytek".
At this stage it isn't clear if the new studio, called Dambuster Studios, is made from the remnants of Crytek UK, which was where Homefront: The Revolution was being developed and is also based in Nottingham. Given there have been multiple reports of problems at Crytek UK, including rumours that the entire staff stopped working, it does seem that the studio has reformed under Deep Silver's banner.
The Destiny you play after 20 hours is likely to be very different than the Destiny you play up until then, if Bungie’s Luke Smith has any say in the matter (spoiler: he does).
“I think Destiny's endgame begins as soon as you see the way the story ends,” Smith begins. “As soon as you see the way we wrap up the sort of first piece of the adventure that we're going to tell because we want to set you back out into the world to keep going. We want to try to align your motivations as the player with the motivations of the character who you've been pushing around this world. So for us I think a bunch of the endgame starts right at level 20.”
A big part of this is raids. Though Bungie has been careful to distance itself from traditional MMO terminology such as instances and raids, the nomenclature is very much applicable to the upcoming “shared-world shooter.” Story quests are like instances for you and your fireteam, while raids – something Bungie hasn’t spoken much about until now – are one of Destiny’s most intriguing and mysterious elements. According to Smith, raids are, in fact, “one of the pillars of the game.”
Sony has announced what titles will be coming to PS Plus subscribers in August, with two of the games available through the service the day they release.
As always, two titles will be hitting PS4. This month, we'll see the roguelike puzzle-adventure title Road Not Taken, which doesn't even release until August, and the infamous Fez. PS3 gamers meanwhile will get a chance to sink their teeth into Crysis 3 or, if that's not to their taking, the experimental exploration game Proteus.
Last but by no means least, Vita owners will be able to try out Metrico... which is pretty impressive seeing as the game doesn't officially release until next month. Rounding out August's offerings will be LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 if you live in Europe, or Dragon's Crown if you're in North America.
Activision Blizzard has announced over 4.6 million Guardians took part in the recent Destiny beta.
The exact figure came in at 4,638,937, which is pretty astonishing considering how short a period it was available for. The beta kicked off on Sony platforms on July 17, before coming to Xbox owners the following week.
Bungie COO Pete Parsons said, "We were totally blown away by the number of people who played the beta. We surpassed even our own goals and the feedback was invaluable. We cannot thank the community enough, the response was humbling and in the weeks ahead we’ll be working hard to ensure that Destiny lives up to the expectations at launch.”
For more specific information on rumored story missions and strikes, check out the Destiny IGN Wiki. For more on Destiny in general, check out our extensive month-long coverage of Destiny from IGN First, including our latest piece where Bungie personally responds to all your questions.
Jack Black was promoting his next movie Goosebumps at Comic-Con last week, and now the first stills from the movie have been released.
Loosely based on the horror books by R.L. Stine, the film sees Black playing the author, whose life is turned upside down when his creations start coming to life.
The stills are below, while you can scroll down for our exclusive interview with Black and the film's director Rob Letterman.