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“Bargain” begins with a scene in a motel room. No Hyung-Soo had driven a long distance to an obscure location, with the hope of being to have sex with a “virgin”. He was willing to pay $1,000 for the act. If she is a virgin, $1,000 is a bargain. Right? He and the young woman were in the room hammering out the details.
Forget Wonka — the one prequel everybody actually DOES want from Warner Bros is Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, the follow-up to Mad Max Fury Road from the same director, George Miller. The trailer was suddenly dropped tonight, and looks as amazing as you might expect, though some of those CG shots make the thing look like a cartoon. Eh, it’s a work in progress, right?
UDON Entertainment, longtime publisher of material about fighters and the streets they prowl, has announced Street Fighter Masters: Akuma Vs Ryu for next February.
It’s been quite a while — several Presidents, at least — since Capcom released the original Dragon’s Dogma on PS3, 360 and PC in 2012. It was an action RPG in which you played as an Arisen, a being with special abilities in a fantasy world terrorized by giant dragons and other monsters. It’s been a pretty long wait since then, but better late than never for Dragon’s Dogma 2, which has been confirmed to be arriving early next year.
“A Model Family” is about Park Dong-Ha, an ordinary man who could be described as a “model citizen”. But that’s only because he has never been in trouble with the law. He has never even had a traffic ticket.
“Queenmaker,” tells the story of Oh Kyung-sook, who never thought she needed the services of a “queenmaker” because she never planned to become “queen”. She is a human rights lawyer who was protesting the unfair firing of several workers by Eunsung Group, a powerful and corrupt Korean conglomerate. When it comes to politics, she’s a rookie who never intended to run for mayor of Seoul. But her path in life changed accidentally.
Ted is a prequel of the hit comedy series of the same name. Seth McFarlane will reprise his role as the Vulgar drug addicted Teddy Bear that came to life. Mark Wahlberg will not be reprising his role as John Bennett because it the series will focus on the character’s teenage life. So Max Burkholder will be taking over the role. It will be set in the 90s and we will see the early days of this perverted Teddy Bear and his dorky human best friend. A fair warning for some parents, this show is not for kids. The original film made $549,368,315 in the box office worldwide. The sequel Ted 2, Made $215,863,606, not as big but succesful enough to get a cult following. There some fans who hoped for a Ted 3 but it never happen. Making a prequel makes at this moment as Mark Walberg has been vocal about retiring and leaving Hollywood,
Another week, another PR nightmare for Warner Bros of their own making. The studio’s streaming service, Max, has released its list of titles coming in December and leaving before the New Year. There are a lot of good things on that list that have no guarantee of showing up anywhere else, but what leapt out to people was the mention that Looney Tunes was leaving. The whole thing.
Zenescope is famous for putting their own signature spin on a lot of classic fables, including the Victorian world of vampires and those who hunt them. Their own Liesel Van Helsing is returning in a new miniseries that will be partially funded and promoted through a Kickstarter campaign that launches next month.
Early this year Free League announced they were working on The Walking Dead Universe, a tabletop RPG based on the AMC TV show and its spinoffs. A crowdfunding campaign came with that announcement and reached almost $600,000, well over its initial goal. If you missed that campaign, today happens to be the day the game becomes available commercially.
There’s a big problem with the Nintendo 64 library on Nintendo Switch Online: a sizable chunk of the good titles for the system were released by a studio that is now owned by a rival business. Rare was considered one of the best, if not the best, developers of N64 games. In the 90s Nintendo owned a controlling interest of Rare’s stock and their games were released exclusively on the N64. Early in the Gamecube era, Nintendo cut Rare loose and Microsoft, needing reasons for people to purchase their new XBox console, bought them outright.
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