The new “Game of Thrones” prequel has just started filming their pilot episode and many fans are wondering if they should even care about the show. After the controversial 8th and last season of the HBO hit series, many people feel burned out, wishing to put the series behind them and be done with it, thinking it ran its race and should just end their. Although the series has an interesting spin that HBO and the show’s producers think might lure the fans back.
A new project based on classic western fantasy, yet not directly inspired by the “Lord of the Rings” novels, George R.R. Martin is credited with being the universe creator for the new video game “Elden Ring“. Working alongside Hidetaka Miyazaki, the company president of the critically acclaimed company From Software, known for creating “Dark Souls” and “Bloodborne“, as well as the recent “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice“.
One of Disney‘s most celebrated princess films, in recent memory, “Frozen 2” kicks it up a notch. Based off the trailer alone, we can see that this film focuses on action and journey rather than the usual Disney love and romance we get.
An interesting and strange choice to say the least, “Doctor Sleep” takes place in the same universe as Stanley Kubrick‘s critically acclaimed horror phenomenon. A universe that the writer of the series, the master of horror Stephen King himself, has gone on record describing that he hates.
Gore and violence, these are the words you think of when someone mentions id Software’s most famous game series, Doom. Not only does this game have 10 times the violence that its predecessor had, but it also has some intense ways to exploit that violence as well.
As we know, Disney and Marvel have been working on some shows relating to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for their new streaming service, Disney+. One of the most anticipated shows on this streaming service is that for the god of mischief, “Loki“.
Based off the popular collectible card game, featuring might and magic, comes the “Magic: The Gathering” animated series, brought to you by Netflix. And none other than the Russo brothers, Anthony and Joe Russo, directors of “Avengers: Endgame“, will be producing the entirety of the show.
Who you gonna call? One of the better video games based on movies. Usually movies based on video games don’t work and vice versa, yet this game was always kind of fun and held the charm of the original movies very carefully.