Epic Games is reportedly working on a Fortnite movie as part of the company’s plans to expand its entertainment offerings. A message from The Information states that a Fortnite film adaptation has been talked about for a long time. These talks appear to be part of Epic’s plans to start an entertainment division that will focus more on “written video programming” in order to increase the studio’s brand. According to
League of Legends animated series Arcane will be available on Netflix from November 7, 2021. The series is based on the popular world created by Riot and consists of three parts of three episodes. The first three episodes will be online on November 7. The second and third parts will be available on November 13 and November 20. The series has received a new trailer which you can watch below:
Netflix has unveiled a new trailer for the second season of The Witcher as part of Saturday’s Tudum fan event, as well as two new clips. The preview, which was dubbed a franchise trailer, also takes a look back at Season 1. The second season trailer shows Kim Bodnia’s Vesemir in Kaer Morhen, as well as glimpses of Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer from Vengerberg. There was also a new scene
Nintendo is teaming up with Illumination, the creators of Despicable Me, to make a Mario movie. The film is aiming for a release at the end of 2022 and will have a serious all-star cast to voice the voices. Chris Pratt will take on the role of Mario, while Charlie Day, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, will play Luigi. Anya Taylor Joy, The Queen’s Gambit, will be the voice of
Driver, any gamer who had a PlayStation controller up his sleeve in the late 90s remembers this series. Speeding through the streets of L.A., Miami and San Francisco. Those were the days. Ubisoft happens to miss these good old days greatly and has therefore decided to dust off the franchise. Only downside, it’s a series instead of a game and you have to install a new streaming service for it.
Bungie is looking for a new senior executive to help bring Destiny’s story to the world of TV, film and more. “Reporting to the Destiny Universe Executive Creative Director, you’ll drive projects that extend the Destiny franchise into new categories including TV, films, books, comics and audio formats. As a storyteller and “guardian” of the Destiny IP, you will identify, select, guide, collaborate, and provide feedback to third parties and
Netflix is already planning a next series around a well-known game. The streaming service is said to be working behind the scenes on a series surrounding Arkane Studios’ 2012 title Dishonored. Giant Freakin Robot states that Netflix is looking at the possibility of making a series around Dishonored. The platform reports that Netflix has been given the green light to use the entire world of the series. With three games
It has been known for a while that the blue hedgehog Sonic will get help from Tails and Knuckles in his next movie. We now know who’s going to be recording the latter’s voice, and it’s not exactly a small name. Idris Elba (Thor, Suicide Squad) himself took to Twitter to say that he is voicing the fan favorite Knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog 2. He shared a teaser poster
Free Guy has just hit theaters, but director Shawn Levy already has plans for a second part. In the future, he hopes to be able to use Minecraft and Call of Duty. Levy spoke about possible storylines for a second part. The Canadian director already has some ideas in mind for the NPC character Guy played by Ryan Reynolds. “I’d love to see him in Call of Duty,” Levy said.
According to a report from Giant Freakin Robot, BioWare’s Dragon Age fantasy universe will be the next game franchise to receive a series adaptation on Netflix. The streaming giant is reportedly actively working on a Dragon Age series, although it has not yet been announced by Netflix or BioWare. This series report comes from a “trusted and previously proven source”, although very little is known about the adaptation at this