Screen Media will release Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary feature film Memory: The Origins of Alien in theatres on October 4th.
To break into the field of custom computer builds, peripheral and component maker Corsair has purchased Florida-based PC maker Origin PC.
Rutger Hauer, the versatile Dutch actor of the 70’s who went on to star in the 1982 Blade Runner as Roy Batty, died July 19th at 75.
It took a little while, but out of the blue, Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus’ August 16th Netflix release OF DOOM is imminent.
Pokémon fans looking forward to Pokémon Masters can now pre-register for the upcoming mobile title on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Due to the recent class-action lawsuit filed against Nintendo over Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons suffering from “drift”, they have promised free repairs.
Defiant Development, the Australian team behind the Hand of Fate games, is closing its doors, and offered a small look at a cancelled project.
Having formed in 2010, the studio formed to demonstrate that Australia can have its own substantial game developers and IPs, and they took risky directions with their games to do so. The Hand of Fate games stood out as a bold new fusion of action and card gaming, and it looks like what would have been their next game, A World In My Attic, would have taken that approach with a Catan-esque hexagonal world-building/action-adventure hybrid. The trailer claims that there will be a Q1 2021 release, but that’s not happening, unfortunately. The studio cited an inability to adapt to the times as the reason for the shutdown, as well as a lack of safety net due to their experimental approach.
In their announcement, Defiant Development declared that they would continue to support their existing products for an unspecified amount of time and that their team is already looking for new work. We wish Defiant and their people the best of luck in their future endeavours.
Marvel recently announced plans for phase four of the MCU, during San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Among the announcements regarding the future of Marvel movies, the company surprised fans with plans for a Blade reboot. The film will star Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, Luke Cage).
Fans of the original Blade movie franchise were surprised at the announcement of having Blade join the expanded MCU, taking up the mantle left by the legendary Wesley Snipes. Thankfully, Snipes recently reached out to Comicbook.com, sharing his thoughts on the new Blade entering the MCU.
“To all the DAYWALKERS losing their minds right now, chillaaxx. Although the news comes as a surprise, it’s ALL GOOD,” Snipes told the site. “Such is the ‘business’ of ‘entertainment!’ Much peace to the MCU crew–always a fan… So, ‘nah fret nah worry, it’s not de end of de story.'”
Snipes went to congratulate Mahershala, stating, “Congratulations and Salaam to Mahershala Ali, a beautiful and talented artist whose expressions I look forward to experiencing for many years to come. Inshallah, we will someday work together, welcome to the Daywalker Klique.”
Snipes also made sure to acknowledge the passing of Stan Lee, who the world late last year, stating, “honour and respect to the grandmaster Stan Lee.”
The original Blade saw release all the way back in 1998. Since then, the film went on to become a cult classic among fans of both the comic series and those who are just into cheesy, vampire-themed romps. The series spawned two sequels, with Blade Trinity being the last entry into the series, which saw release in 2004.
Marvel has yet to release further details surrounding the Blade reboot —however, the film will likely be a part of phase 5, within Marvel’s upcoming release schedule of future movies.