It's been 10 years since we saw the last Ring film in theaters and it looks like this franchise will be getting the sequel treatment. The first film, The Ring, was wildly successful when it debuted back in 2002. Inspired by the Japanese author Koji Suzuki's book titled, "Ring," spawned off a less than stellar sequel and it looks like this sequel is off to a rocky start. The movie, originally planned for a release this year, has apparently been pulled from Paramount pictures schedule and has now been pushed back to the first quarter of 2016. This isn't terribly surprising because, at least to my knowledge, no one has even spoken a word about this movie. Unfortunately, first quarter releases can be pretty tricky as is and for a movie with a 33 million dollar budget and a list of unknown actors with the exception of Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki and Guillermo Del Toro as the executive producer, this movie might need some help. We'll see when we find out more from Paramount and when this movie will hit theaters, early next year.
The star of The Fault In Our Stars, Paper Towns and most recently, The Intern, has apparently been chosen for the lead of the live action adaptation of the iconic thriller manga and anime, Death Note. Death Note follows Light Yagami, a high school boy who finds a notebook that can kill any person who's name is written in it. The anime and manga series themselves have been immensely popular, spawning a 2006 live action film in Japan as well as winning various awards throughout the 2000's. With production to start in the spring and Adam Wingard behind the lens, let's hope this turns out to be a good adaptation that does this amazing story well!
The music wave is making its come back. We're just a few days away from the release of the latest of the formerly critically acclaimed music gaming franchise, Rock Band 4. After 5 years since the release title, the game is coming back with a handful of great new features but, the most important part of any music game is the tracklist and it's finally been revealed in it's entirety. You'll be able to play along to some of the greats like The Black Keys, Judas Priest, Van Halen and even U2! Take a look at the full list of songs below the jump and get excited to grab some friends and rock out when the game hit store shelves October 6th, 2015.
Youtuber CryZENx is back at it again with a new rendering of an old classic title, Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. This is the same person behind the impressive Pokemon rending using the Unreal 4 engine as well. Take a look at the glorious footage below. If only this were real!
Courtesy of the Spanish Netflix Facebook page comes the teaser for Marvel's latest live action series, Marvels Jessica Jones. The series, starring Krysten Ritter, Carrie-Ann Moss and David Tennat, follows a former super hero who's rebuilding her career through her career through private investigating. Take a look at the teaser below and get ready for this series when it's full first season hits Netflix November 20th.
EW has unleashed a brand new Agent Carter poster featuring Marvel's Hayley Atwell. With the new West Coast back drop, Agent Carter ditched the red hat and with fire arm in hand, we know season 2 is going to mean business. Season 1 took a little while to find it's feet but much to the delight of Marvel fans, the show got a renewal and is planned to return early spring with a ten episode season. Are you excited to see more of Carter, Stark and Jarvis?
Scream Queen's, the latest from American Horror Story and Nip/Tuck creator, Ryan Murphy, was the sleeper horror comedy hit that no one expected. While the first ten minutes were borderline abysmal, featuring a joke that's so offensive I nearly had to change the channel, the rest of the show got the ball rolling. (relatively less offensive) The pulp throw back to teen comedy deaths paired with a hilarious cast of relevant pop stars, a for Glee idol and one of the more underrated actresses from American Horror Story, creates for a dynamic and hilarious story about a serial killer attacking a sorority house that can only go up from where it started. While some were a little cheesy, one of the best funny/death moments I've seen on any television show, featured pop star Ariana Grande, which you can watch here courtesy of Gawker. Scream Queens will air on Fox, Tuesdays at 9pm.
Let's be honest, the insanely popular app game, Angry Birds, didn't sound like the best movie on paper. Even boasting an impressive comedic cast with it but, it looks like we finally got our first look at the film and it might have the potential to be funnier than most of of us are imagining. Whether this movie will flop and fall into the long list of video game films or be highly successful like the game itself will be seen when the movie release May 20th, 2016. Until then, take a look at the trailer below!
Keanu Reeve's may not have had the most successful career after his hit Matrix Trilogy but it looks like 2014's surprise action hit, John Wick, will be officially underway soon for the sequel treatment. The film features Reeve's retired hitman character on a mission to avenge his dead wife as well as a missing car. The movie received mostly positive reviews and made well over three times it's original budget. John Wick 2 will see both it's directors, Chad Staleski, David Leitch as well as the original screen writer, Derek Kolstad all returning for the project. Get excited for more action coming our way soon!
ABC's Supergirl is finally showing us some new footage of some action, villains and even more of what's to come during it's debut season. Take a look at the trailer below. Do you think this is enough to get you interested in this series? Get ready to catch it when it airs October 26th!