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‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot: How Closely Will It Follow the New Game?
‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot: How Closely Will It Follow the New Game?
Today sees the release of the new and improved Lara Croft. Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider is a reboot of the enduring character, introducing a 17-year-old Croft to a new generation of gamers. And so it's only natural that an upcoming film reboot is being mapped out and will closely follow the game's lead; it has been revealed that the producers of the game and the film will collaborate on the upcom
‘Call of Duty’ Movie Probably Won’t Happen — Ever!
‘Call of Duty’ Movie Probably Won’t Happen — Ever!
It's no secret we're pretty big into video games and the whole idea of bringing some of the fan favorites to life on the big screen. With Ghost Recon, Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Deus Ex, Need for Speed and God of War as the latest ones to start preliminary motions for their companion movies, we still have our own list of bestsellers we'd like to see join in on the action, one of which is def
‘Ghost Recon’ Movie: Latest Video Game Adaptation Announced From Ubisoft
‘Ghost Recon’ Movie: Latest Video Game Adaptation Announced From Ubisoft
Last year was a great year for video games, and especially Ubisoft. The company experienced continued success with its best-selling games, like Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell, both of which were also announced to receive the big screen treatment. Fortunately for fans of the video game movie genre, Ubisoft has big plans for this venture into film, recently announcing the next big gaming sensati
‘Mass Effect’ Movie Pushes Ahead With New Writer
‘Mass Effect’ Movie Pushes Ahead With New Writer
'Mass Effect 3,' the immensely popular third installment of the video game series, sold about 1.3 million copies across all gaming platforms within its first month and quickly became the year's bestselling video game. So it only makes sense that Legendary Entertainment would want to adapt this hit video game for the big screen. The studio first picked up the rights to the project back in 2008, but