Remember when Gotti came out and people didn’t like it? Remember when the social media account went off online and started trying to bash critics who didn’t like it? Remember when the film was caught creating fake accounts to give the movie positive ratings on Rotten Tomatoes? Remember how the film still flopped? Honest Trailers does, and they’ll take you on the absolutely wild ride that got this atrocious film to theaters. If you haven’t seen the film yet, this trailer might actually persuade you to check it out just to see how bad it is.
Check it out below, and let us know what you thought of the film if you saw it:
The CW is making it known they have faith in their new shows ahead of their respective premieres and has ordered more scripts for Charmed, All American, and Legacies. TVLine reports Charmed and All American both received five more scripts, while The Originals spinoff Legacies got three.
The network did not give a reason behind the decision, although orders like this aren’t incredibly rare even for series that inevitably get cancelled. Are you excited for any of these shows?
Earlier this year we revealed to you that the characters from Power Rangers: Legacy Wars and Street Fighter would be going head to head, and now that video has officially arrived. It’s about as wild as you would expect, with the wildest moment coming when Ryu actually transforms into a Power Ranger I’m guessing will become available in the mobile game (Power Rangers: Legacy Wars) down the road. Check out the synopsis for the film below, give it a watch, and let us know what you think:
When iconic Street Fighter, Ryu, encounters the Power Rangers, he learns that their nemesis M. Bison and Rita Repulsa have plotted to take over the Morphin Grid. With the help of Ninjor, creator of the Power Coins, Tommy Oliver provides Ryu with the Crimson Hawk Power Coin, allowing him to morph into Ryu Ranger.
Apostle is the latest mystery-horror from Netflix and is written and directed by Gareth Evans (The Raid: Redemption). It is so different from what we’ve seen from Evans in the past, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The real question is if its possible to have a Netflix original movie that horror fans will take seriously?
Although I may not be excited about the live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series, I do hope that it does well. One key part of that will be getting the right actors. While the original creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, have said they will have a diverse cast, we have no idea who will be a part of this. However, Yoshi Sudarso may be hinting that he wants in on the project. Sudarso will be known by Power Rangers fans as Koda, the Blue Dino Charge Ranger. He recently posted on Twitter a picture of him with a scar that will be infamous to Avatar fans as the same kind Prince Zuko has.
Now, there’s a lot that this picture could be about. First, it could be him just having some fun. Second, he could just be throwing his hat in the ring as many actors like to do these days on social media. Third, could he be working on an unofficial video? Behind him is artist and martial artist Osric Chau and the amount of work that I’m sure they went through to get that scar on Sudarso’s face probably means it’s more than just a quick job to make a plug. Whichever way you look at it, I’m sure we can all agree, the scar looks awesome and I think Sudarso could make a great Zuko. He might be too old to play Zuko in the time frame of the original series, but if they did a series a little after the events of the original, he could be perfect.
As improbable as it may sound, it appears some folks are confusing Shazam and Captain Marvel. Director David F. Sandberg shared on Twitter he was recently approached by someone who thought he was involved in the upcoming Marvel feature with Brie Larson (via Comicbook):
That person had to be trolling. I can see someone accidentally mistaking Shazam as the Captain Marvel movie, but not the other way around. For starters, Nick Fury is literally in the trailer for Captain Marvel, so even if you thought the film was some female-led reboot with a complete costume redesign and different powers, there’s literally a MCU character that would make anyone think twice.
Regardless, it will be interesting to see if any moviegoers do get confused when these films premiere in theaters and ask for their money back. Do you think that will happen?
Dr. Ian Malcolm is one sexy man, and now for the low price of $599 you can have the good doctor chilling on your mantle. Yeah it sounds pretty expensive, but can you really deny its not worth the price? Check out a few pictures of it below, and when you’ve decided you can’t live without it, pre-order it right here:
Stan Lee is a comics legend, so working for the guy back in the day must have been the dream for many artists. That may have changed after they actually got the gig, however, as Lee sounds like he may have been difficult to work for judging from this video where he watches Rob Liefield drawing Overkill. This video highlights some of the wilder moments of that 20 minute video, and I can only imagine the whole encounter in real-time was more brutal!
Check it out below, and let us know if you think Lee is being too hard on Liefield, or Liefield needs to just be better:
After the excitement of last weekend’s The Big House 8, fans of the Super Smash Bros. Melee “gods” should anticipate a period of relative quiet; there likely won’t be another tournament featuring a majority of the gods until November’s Smash Summit 7. However, fans of the lower-ranked players in Melee’s Top 100 have plenty of smaller events to look forward to—chances to follow the gameplay of players who otherwise might not get the spotlight at majors such as The Big House. The first of these events is going down this weekend: The Script.
Stylized as “The Script: Episode 1: ‘Race to the Finish,’” The Script is the first of a planned series to be hosted by the Xanadu team in Laurel Park, Maryland. VGBootCamp is marketing the first edition of the series as a Captain Falcon-centric event; the event’s smash.gg reward shop includes fundraisers to help Captain Falcon players, such as Jason “Gahtzu” Diehl, fly out for the tournament, and its headliners are Justin “Wizzrobe” Hallett and Edgard “n0ne” Sheleby. The tournament will also be hosting a 64-man F-Zero GX bracket.
There are plenty of other players to watch out for besides the tournament’s touted Captain Falcon attendees. Spanish top players Álvaro “Trif” García Moral and Roberto “Overtriforce” Iglesias will be in town for the event, as will other out-of-region heavy hitters such as Ryan “La Luna” Coker-Welch, Matt “Boyd” Reymann, and Charlie “AbsentPage” McKinley. In-region threats, including Jerry “Jerry” Powell and Diego “Cool Lime” Wheat, are also contenders for Top 8 at this stacked event. Currently, 105 individual entrants are slated to compete in the tournament’s Melee singles bracket.
If you want to scratch that Melee-viewing itch this weekend, look no further than The Script. You can catch the action live on Twitch all day Saturday and Sunday at VGBootCamp and VGBootCamp2.
Cross-platform play is slowly becoming a standard feature in most games nowadays especially with the rise of some multiplayer titles such as Fortnite, Rocket League, and many others. Now Blizzard has revealed that it is open to the idea of cross-platform play, and may even include the feature on the upcoming Diablo III Eternal Collection for the Switch.
Diablo III Eternal Collection is set to arrive to the Nintendo Switch next month and will be the seventh re-release of Diablo III overall. Business Insider was able to talk to Blizzard Entertainment and asked why a cross-platform play was not included in previous releases of Diablo III. The representative responded by saying that it would be happening at some point:
“It’s a question of when not if.”
Although Blizzard did not specify details regarding the inclusion of cross-play support, the company has made similar claims in the past. However, Blizzard is reportedly working with Microsoft and Sony to enable cross-console play Diablo III on the Switch.
Diablo III is now available for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One with the Eternal Collection for the Nintendo Switch slated to release on November 2, 2018.