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His mother-in-law and father-in-law are the Out-Laws
The Out-Laws is an action comedy coming to Netflix starring Adam Devine. Making Netflix films is not a new thing for him since he made successful Netflix original films before like Game Over, Man! and When We First Met. He is also a voice actor in the cartoon hit Green Eggs and Ham. So pitching movies starring him to Netflix is no challenge. Joining him are Nina Dobrev, Ellen Barkin and former James Bond, Pierce Brosnan. All of them had made films with Netflix before which means they had a great relationship with the streaming service. This action comedy will becoming to our screens this July 7. The success of Everything,Everywhere all at once had resorted for more actions for senior actors. Pierce Brosnan proves he still have it.
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Gameplay Trailer And Release Date
The first day of Summer Game Fest 2023 wrapped itself with what we were all waiting for: our first serious look at the second chapter of Square Enix’s planned three- game remake of Final Fantasy 7. Called Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth, this installment should cover everything from Cloud and Co’s escape from Midgar to [25-YEAR-OLD SPOILER REDACTED THAT YOU PROBABLY KNEW ALREADY].
Sonic Returns To 2D In Sonic Superstars
Today during Summer Game Fest, Sega revealed the first old-school Sonic the Hedgehog game since 2017’s Sonic Mania. Contrary to the open-world game released last year, Sonic Superstars will be entirely 2D and a return to the gameplay that made the ‘hog famous.
The Witcher Season 3: Final Trailer (We Think)
Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri are coming back this month…and it definitely won’t be for the last time. The Witcher has been renewed into infinity by Netflix, even if its lead actor won’t be sticking around for nearly that long.
The Venture Bros Movie Arrives July 25
The Venture Bros, one of the most brilliant adult cartoons of the 21st century, was unceremoniously silenced by an abrupt cancellation four years ago. The short of it is AT&T took control of Warner Bros, cancelled The Venture Bros, and then left, but not before running up a huge bill and leaving the building in the care of someone even worse than they were. Until then, the show was doing fine, if bring produced at a pace that even snails would find slow.
Ahsoka Gets Her Own Show August 23
After George Lucas wrapped up his theatrical Star Wars movies “forever” with Revenge of the Sith, he turned to animation to tell some stories that occurred in between the prequel trilogy. The Clone Wars was the result, a CGI cartoon that debuted its pilot on the big screen and, there, revealed a new character that had not made any appearance in any of the movies: Ahsoka Tano.
Coriolis: The Third Horizon Releases Third Mercy of the Icons Expansion
Over the last few months Free League has been releasing a new expansion for its game Coriolis: The Third Horizon in the form of a trilogy: Mercy of the Icons. The only way to find out how that trilogy ends is to pick up the third and final installment, Wake of the Icons, due out today.
DLC Content On The Way For TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge
Critics praised TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge when it came out for modern consoles and PC last year. A new installment in the storied tradition of Ninja Turtle beat-em-ups, it retained the spirit of 90s arcade action while updating it to feel fresh again. Now publisher Dotemu and developer Tribute Games say they’re giving us more, which is fine with us.
Jill Valentine deserves better
Jill Valentine rivals Leon S. Kennedy in polls as the most popular Resident Evil protagonist ever. The top spot between them changes based on who has a recent game. Behavior chose both of them due to their “rivalry.” They are the survivors in the first chapter of Dead by Daylight, titled Resident Evil.
Max Presents The DC Multiverse
My Adventures With Superman is just one of several projects WB has in the pipe for its DC brand…but not all projects are equal. As we’ve covered before, the company has plans to eventually unify its movie and TV productions into one shared, connected DC Universe, with the guidance of former Guardians of the Galaxy mastermind James Gunn. What does that mean, though, for everything that has come before? Including this new cartoon, which isn’t part of the new universe?
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