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Steven King Knows Why ‘The Dark Tower’ Failed

The Dark Tower, Columbia Pictures

The long-awaited adaptation of the Steven King series The Dark Tower bombed at the box office. It was a sad day for fans of the book series looking for a possible sequel that could save the film series. There were reports of numerous missed-steps in the production that caused this eventuality. It

2nd Trailer for Steven Speilberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Reveals Plot

Ready Player One, Amblin Entertainment

Just on the heels of the film's premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse, Warner Bros. Pictures drops the second trailer for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One. The film is adapted from the Earnest Cline novel of the same name. The book is a plethora of pop culture references, that features and Indiana Jones-styled virtual

Amazon is Taking Fans Back to Middle Earth in New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series

The Lord of the Rings, Warner Brothers Pictures

There has been a slight murmur in the Hollywood rumor mill, that came true today. Amazon and Warner Brothers Pictures have been in negotiations about a potential The Lord of the Rings spinoff series. Today Amazon confirms the news, stating that the series is moving forward. With a ton of unexplored writings

Early Reactions and Reviews to Stephen King’s ‘IT’ : Terrifying as Hell

IT, Warner Bros. Pictures

The new adaptation of Stephen King's IT is due in theaters until September 8, but early reaction to screenings are remarkably good. There were worries about casting and feel amongst fans, but you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that people getting into early screenings are loving what they see.

Final Trailer for Steven King’s ‘IT’ Reassures You That You’ll Float Too…

IT, Warner Bros. Pictures

There is not much out there about the new Steven King film IT. There were a few clips released during the MTV Movie Awards. This is a big mystery, seeing that the first trailer for the film garnered more views that any Marvel movie, or any other film for that matter with

Tabletop Gaming: Why Dungeons & Dragons is the Best Game Ever

Dungeons & Dragons,Wizards of the Coast

Dungeons and Dragons has a complicated history. There was a time when a fair amount of people thought D&D players were satanic worshipers performing pagan rituals in somebody’s basement. The people who didn’t fall for that and still played might have ended up the target of bullies who saw the

Trailer #2: Starz Newest Show ‘American Gods’ is Going to be Crazy as Hell

American Gods, Starz

Starz is bringing in a bombshell, American Gods looks confusing as hell if you don't already know a  bit about the story. It is not that hard to understand, once it gets going. In the second trailer for Neil Gaiman's American Gods sets the show up to be a visual mind-meld. The show looks

‘Ready Player One’ Will Juggle Motion Capture and the Real World

Ready Player One, Amblin Entertainment

Ready Player One is a great novel that is infused with a ton of pop culture references and 1980s references. This may be my favorite part of the novel, but when you are trying to adapt it to the big screen, one of the biggest challenges is creating the OASIS. The

Read the First Chapter of the ‘Kingdom Hearts II’ Manga

Kingdom Hearts II, Shiro Amano

Manga publisher Yen Press announced that they are coming to ComiXology. In celebration of the collaboration, they dropped the first Chapter for their ongoing Kingdom Hearts manga series. You can read the chapter below. Kingdom Hearts isn't the only book series coming to ComiXology. 1200 translated manga titles from Yen Press is available

Paul Verhoeven on the ‘Starship Troopers’ Reboot

Starship Troopers, TriStar Pictures

You cannot dismiss Paul Verhoeven's 1997 sci-fi film Starship Troopers place in history as a great cult classic space movie. The song solidified itself in most people's collections with its strange dark humor, interlaced with political satire, gore, and nudity. The film, taken from Robert A. Heinlein's novel of the same name, Starship