by Max Nicholson, Source: IGN
Hurwitz and Schlossberg reveal their pipe dream franchise.
American Reunion directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg have just inked a two-year deal with Universal. Now the question is, are there any other dormant franchises that the writer-director team are looking to tackle?
According to Moviehole, there is one Uni franchise that they’d like to resurrect — although they claim to be so terrified of screwing it up that it might just remain a pipe dream.
“We want Back to the Future, just come out and say it”, Hurwitz nudged Scholssberg into admitting. “That’s our favourite trilogy. We’re always having this conversation.” Continue reading
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By Angela Moscaritolo, Source: PC Magazine;
That’s a lot of pigs in space.
Angry Birds Space, the latest addition to the wildly popular Angry Birds franchise, has topped 10 million downloads in just three days. Game maker Rovio announced the milestone on its Twitter feed this morning.
The game was released last Thursday for iOS and Android devices, as well as Macs and PCs, with one of the biggest, and probably most expensive, promotional campaigns for a mobile game ever seen. And it seems to have paid off – just hours after its release, the new Angry Birds title was already at the top of Apple’s App Store charts in nearly 30 countries. Continue reading
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Tagged Angry Birds Space, Earth Station One, Mobile Games, PC Magazine, Rovio, Videogames
by Aubry D’Arminio, Source: EW.com
The BBC and BBC America are conjuring up another season of Being Human for 2013. The show — which hinges on a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost living together — lost two of its original leads following season 3, leaving only ghost Lenora Crichlow. But promoting frequent guest werewolf Michael Socha (This is England) to the main cast and adding unknown Damien Molony as the new vampire turned out to be less of a Hail Mary than a successful reboot. Continue reading
Movies cost over $10 now. And that’s for 2-D flicks! A Hamilton may be a price that the market can bare, but not my wallet. Opportunity cost dictates that I must choose my films and the Grail Knight dictates that I must “choose wisely.” So wisely I shall choose with Rotten Tomatoes.
Disclaimer: RottenTomatoes.com isn’t exactly an obscure choice for a web pick. Most of you are probably familiar with the most popular movie review aggregation site on the ‘net. But, hey, if Hollywood has given up on being original, so can I. Continue reading
By Morgan Jeffery, Source: Digital Spy
The BBC has released the first trailer for Doctor Who’s seventh series.
The sci-fi drama’s next run is expected to premiere in the autumn on BBC One.
The new clip – first screened for fans at the official Doctor Who convention on Saturday (March 24) – is mostly comprised of scenes from a forthcoming Wild West adventure, filmed on location in Spain. Continue reading