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Warner Bros’ Barbie was undeniably the most popular film of 2023, which is why they’ve kept it in theaters and away from home viewing as long as possible. Bot now that every last box office dime has been counted and stored away, it’s at last time for the streaming debut a lot of people have been impatient for. Barbie arrives on Max in less than two weeks, December 15.
“Lady Ballers” is an attempt to revive the early 2000s offensive humor. Hollywood has become politically correct in recent times. Something people found funny from the 80s to the early 2000s is now considered offensive in 2023. The Republican media company Daily Wire has been striving to create an alternative to Hollywood that is not woke or politically correct.The streaming service has just launched its very first full comedy movie, featuring prominent Republican figures such as Ben Shapiro, Matt Walsh, Brett Cooper, and Senator Ted Cruz. The movie is led by Jeremy Boreing, who is the owner and lead founder of Daily Wire. He directed, written and produced debate inducing monster.
Before Bethesda got swallowed by Microsoft to make bland space exploration games, they became world famous for the Fallout series — a set of post-apocalyptic RPGs set in a world where the Cold War of the 50s actually went hot and culture pretty much froze there. You typically play as a survivor emerging from their bunker who must now find ways to survive, beat hideous mutants, and converse with a variety of weird characters.
Here’s the truth about House of the Dragon Season 2: in case you’re wondering how it got here so fast amidst so many Hollywood strikes, the answer is that it cheated. Season 2 was filmed last summer during the period when the writers were on strike but the actors weren’t yet. This may not be a good thing because most movies and TV shows tend to do revisions and edits to the story during the filming process. What works on paper may not always work in motion.
“Korea-Khitan War” begins with a scene of a bloody battle. It is the 10 century in East Asia, and the fierce Khitans have been conquering various peoples. Their empire covered the regions from Liaodong to Mongolia and now they were determined to conquer Goryeo.
Warner Bros Japan released a full trailer for their upcoming anime movie Suicide Squad ISEKAI today. It’s just the latest in an unexpected avalanche of Suicide Squad related material from DC — we’ve had movies, we’ve had shows, we’ve had new comics and there will at some point be a video game. This reporter never thought he’d have to write the words “Amanda Waller” so many times.
Waluigi, one of Nintendo’s most meme-able characters, did not make his first “WAH” until 2000, when Nintendo was developing Mario Tennis for the N64 and needed an extra character for Doubles matches. Someone suggested making a Wario equivalent for Luigi and giving him a pun name based on the Japanese word “igiwalui” (loosely translates to “a bad person”). Miyamoto had no involvement beyond final approval, so if he didn’t like it, the world might have never seen Waluigi, but he fortunately loved the concept.
“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.
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.
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