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Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Adventure Mode Quite Exciting

A new segment of the PlayStation Underground showcase has shown off 20 minutes of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’s Adventure Mode. The gameplay preview goes in-depth on the title’s Adventure Mode, with commentators explaining the ins and outs of the more story-based single player experience: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will be coming out for the PlayStation […]
Tags: Games, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Remakes, PV, Video Gallery, Nintendo Switch


Harrison Ford Says Indiana Jones Dies With Him (Sorry, Chris Pratt)

Harrison Ford is about to make what will probably be his final Indiana Jones film. But don’t think for a second that means that someone else will take over the role – not as far as Ford is concerned, at least. According to the hilariously curmudgeonly actor, the role of Indiana Jones dies with him, and that’s final. Ford also spoke a bit about his late Star Wars co-star Peter Mayhew, who died in April. Man, I love Harrison Ford. pic.twitter.com/JQ6HY3lyk3 — Tanooki Joe™? (@TanookiKuribo) Ma...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Remakes, Harrison-Ford, Indiana-Jones


Taika Waititi’s ‘Akira’ Film Rides Into Theaters in 2021

Warner Bros. has been trying to make a live-action Akira movie for years, and so many talented filmmakers have cycled through its development that I honestly never thought we’d see it happen. But it looks like director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, The Hunt for the Wilderpeople) is going to be the one to finally crack it, because the film now has an official release date. Akira Release Date Announcement The studio says Waititi’s version of Akira will hit theaters on May 21, 2021. “I always...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Warner Brothers, Remakes, Akira, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, Taika-Waititi


New English Catherine: Full Body Footage Starts from the Beginning

New trailers have been published for the English version of adultery simulator Catherine: Full Body. Catherine: Full Body has received new English-language trailers, allowing gaijin to see samples of the game before its release on the 3rd of September for PlayStation 4: An overview of the game courtesy of Atlus: Key Features A Full-Bodied Remaster: […]
Tags: Games, Atlus, Catherine, PS4, Puzzle, Remakes, Remastered, Trailer


Naomi Scott Belts Out a New Song for ‘Aladdin’ in “Speechless” Music Video

The original Aladdin was made all the way back in 1992. So it only makes sense that the music video for a new original song in the live-action remake of Disney’s animated classic is a throwback to that decade too. Disney has just released the full version of “Speechless,” a new song that Naomi Scott sings in the movie as Princess Jasmine. It’s a powerful ballad that gives Jasmine a new dimension as she sings that she won’t be silenced or shut down. The oppression of women is something that wasn...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Fantasy, Disney, John August, Musical, Remakes, Guy Ritchie, Video Clips, Tony, Jasmine, Aladdin, Ritchie, Benj Pasek, Agrabah, Billy Magnussen


‘Child’s Play’ Remake Makes Chucky More Sympathetic, If That’s Something You’re Interested In

Sympathetic villains can often be intriguing, but sometimes you just can’t beat a straight-up-evil antagonist. While watching the films in the original Child’s Play franchise, I never once stopped and thought, “I sure wish Chucky were more sympathetic!” But that’s apparently exactly what we’re getting in the upcoming Child’s Play remake, at least according to Lars Klevberg. Klevberg says the big change in the new Chucky’s backstory ultimately turns him into something of a tragic figure. Well, t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Chucky, Mark Hamill, Remakes, Frankenstein, Don Mancini, Charles Lee Ray, Lars Klevberg, Klevberg, Childs-Play, Lars Klevberg Klevberg


‘Aladdin’ Review: A Well-Meaning But Hollow Remake of a Classic

At a crucial juncture in the new live-action Aladdin , our eponymous hero is in the puffed-up guise of a fancy prince, supposedly encountering the comely Princess Jasmine for the first time. In reality, though, they’ve met before even as Aladdin is trying to pretend otherwise. In this moment, Aladdin is hopelessly tongue-tied, desperate to please but failing at just about every moment, valiant effort aside. Such is the experience of Aladdin in a microcosm. This film is desperate to please...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Tom Hanks, Movie Reviews, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Smith, Ali, Remakes, Guy Ritchie, Scott, Orient Express, Jasmine, Aladdin, Ritchie, Massoud


‘Aladdin’: Watch Composer Alan Menken Perform a Medley of Disney Songs, and Learn How Will Smith Crafted His Version of Genie

Despite going into Guy Ritchie‘s Aladdin with almost no hope whatsoever, I ended up being won over by the movie. Fans of the original Aladdin won’t be disappointed, and while I’ve grown to be somewhat cynical about Disney remaking its animated classics, this one justifies its existence by making some interesting updates while staying true to its characters. This past weekend, I attended the Aladdin press conference in Beverly Hills, and amid all of the expected answers about singing and dancing...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, Disney, Adaptation, Beverly Hills, Little Mermaid, Will-Smith, Smith, Walt Disney, Remakes, Q&a, Guy Ritchie, Guy, Alan Menken, Jasmine


Leigh Whannell’s ‘The Invisible Man’ Remake to Materialize in 2020

The Invisible Man remake will be appearing in theaters in 2020, with Universal officially setting the release date for the Blumhouse-produced film starring Elisabeth Moss and directed by Leigh Whannell. Deadline reports that Universal has set The Invisible Man for March 13, 2020, the same date as Warner Bros.’ own classic monster mashup Godzilla vs. Kong. It’s stiff competition for the thriller based on Universal’s classic monster movie 1933’s The Invisible Man, itself based on H. G. Wells’ ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sydney, Johnny Depp, Universal, Warner Bros, Leigh-Whannell, Jason Blum, Elisabeth Moss, Remakes, Moss, Blumhouse, Cecilia, Kylie du Fresne, The Invisible Man, Release Dates


More Final Fantasy VII Remake Leaks Possibly Unleashed

Yet another supposed leak divulging information about the Final Fantasy VII remake has surfaced, covering topics such as the battle system, Tifa’s outfit, “less aggressiveness” between Cid and Shera and other miscellaneous details. Provided by a Reddit thread, the information was supposedly leaked from Square Enix’s US branch in El Segundo, California, though it is […]
Tags: Games, US, Leak, Reddit, Rumors, Anime, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, El Segundo California, TIFA, Shera


‘Witchfinder General’ Remake Coming From John Hillcoat and Nicolas Winding Refn

John Hillcoat, director of dark, disturbing movies like The Proposition and The Road, is teaming with master of neon-sleaze Nicolas Winding Refn for a Witchfinder General remake. Based on the 1968 Vincent Price movie of the same name, Witchfinder General is a historical horror film about real-life figure Matthew Hopkins, and the terrible, torturous deeds he performed in the name of “witch hunting” in the 1600s. Deadline broke the news that Nicolas Winding Refn will produce and John Hillcoat ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Vincent Price, Paddington, John, Remakes, Puritans, Cromwell, Nicolas Winding Refn, Refn, Matthew Hopkins, John Hillcoat, Hillcoat, Witchfinder General, Jon Croker, Nic Refn


‘The Wild Bunch’ Remake Hoping to Recruit Michael Fassbender, Jamie Foxx, Peter Dinklage for Director Mel Gibson

Proving that there are indeed second, third, and even forth acts in Hollywood, Mel Gibson is being given the keys to a major motion picture yet again. The controversial actor and filmmaker is set to helm a remake of The Wild Bunch, and some heavy-hitting talent is already lining-up to work with him. Michael Fassbender, Jamie Foxx, and Peter Dinklage are all in talks to join the Wild Bunch remake cast, indicating that Warner Bros. wants to put together an impressive cast for this contemporary re...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Western, Warner Brothers, Remakes, Jamie Fox, Michael-Fassbender, Peter-Dinklage, The Wild Bunch, Mel-Gibson


Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Potentially in Existence

According to the editor in chief of a news site, a demo for Square Enix’s crucial Final Fantasy VII remake is supposedly in existence, leading to some thinking that it may be available to play at E3. US Gamer’s editor in chief mentioned during a podcast (discussion of FFVII starts at 15:20) that they know […]
Tags: Games, Rumors, Anime, Demo, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii


‘Aladdin’ Special Look Takes You To ‘The World of Aladdin’

The reaction to Disney’s upcoming live-action Aladdin has been a bit…muted. The footage revealed is a bit lacking, and fans of the original don’t quite know what to make of Will Smith‘s take on the Genie. We won’t know how the film actually is until it’s release, but let’s just say the enthusiasm for this live-action Disney remake is a lot lower than previous releases. But maybe this Aladdin special look will do the trick. The video below goes behind-the-scenes of the Guy Ritchie-directed adapt...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Jordan, John August, Will-Smith, Remakes, Guy-Ritchie, Video Clips, Jasmine, Aladdin, Ritchie, Jafar, Agrabah, Anders, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad


Thai Heist Thriller ‘Bad Genius’ is the Latest Criminally Underseen Movie to Get a Hollywood Remake

Another day, another English-language remake of an Asian movie that deserved to get more eyeballs on it. Bad Genius is a Thai high school heist movie that broke box office records across Southeast Asian and became Thailand’s highest grossing movie of 2017, and even became a minor hit at film festivals in the U.S. Now an English-language Bad Genius is in the works, with You’re the Worst writer Eva Anderson set to pen the adaptation. Deadline reported from Cannes that Erik Feig’s Picturestart ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Teen, Thailand, Thriller, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Chris Evans, Cannes, Edgar Wright, Remakes, Huffman, Southeast Asian, Diane Lane, Sofia Coppola


Toki Remake Launching for Many Platforms in June

The remake of the classic TAD Corporation 1989 shooting platformer Toki will be coming to various other platforms aside from the Nintendo Switch this June. The new version of the remake will be launching for the PS4, Xbox One and PC and will feature a new speed-run mode, a new graphics filter and new jukebox […]
Tags: Games, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Retro, Remakes, Pc Gaming, Toki, Arcade Gaming, Nintendo Switch


‘Jacob’s Ladder’ Remake Release Date Set for This Summer, Unless We’re Dreaming

The unnecessary Jacob’s Ladder remake was supposed to open earlier this year, but was pulled from its release window at the last minute. Now it looks like we’ll finally have a chance to see it this summer. Vertical Entertainment just picked up the rights to the film, and plan to release it this summer. This Jacob’s Ladder is being described as a “reimagining” of the 1990 horror movie of the same name. This new take, directed by David M. Rosenthal, will tell a completely different story, and cha...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Afghanistan, Va, Vietnam, Remakes, Jacob, Tim Robbins, Release Dates, Buhler, Vertical Entertainment, David M Rosenthal, Jeff Buhler, Jacobs-Ladder, LD Entertainment, Jeff Buhler Buhler


Final Fantasy VII Remake May Not Release Before March 2020

Square Enix’s most recent financial report suggests that the ravenously desired Final Fantasy VII remake may not release anytime before March 2020, definitely bad news for enthusiasts of the “best video game of all time” wanting the title as soon as possible. Considering the remake will be split up into multiple installments, many were expecting […]
Tags: Business, Games, Anime, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Enix, Release Dates


‘Child’s Play’ Behind-the-Scenes Video Shows How they Brought the New Chucky to Life

I’m trying to remain cautiously optimistic about the new Child’s Play. As a fan of the original franchise, I was initially against this remake. But the casting, and the footage from the two trailers, have turned me around a bit. I’m still not 100% sold, but I’m hoping to be surprised. One thing the film definitely has going for it is the use of practical effects. When this project was first announced, I figured a terrible CGI Chucky would be used. But as this new Child’s Play behind-the-scenes ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Aubrey Plaza, Chucky, Remakes, Andy, Video Clips, Behind the Scenes Footage, Andy Barclay, Childs-Play, Buddi, Child s Play


‘Saw’ Reboot Coming From Chris Rock (Yes, That Chris Rock)

The Saw movies always ended with a big twist, but here’s a real-life twist I don’t think anyone saw coming. Chris Rock – yes, that Chris Rock – is set to star in and produce a new Saw reboot, with franchise filmmaker Darren Lynn Bousman returning to direct. Rock came up with the idea for the film himself, and despite his presence, this isn’t going to be a comedy. Instead, the actor has cooked up something “really intense and twisted.” Ready for more Saw? Actually, let me amend that. Ready fo...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Chris-Rock, Remakes, Chris, Eddie Murphy, Jordan Peele, SAW, Lionsgate Films, Danny McBride, James Wan, Josh Stolberg, Pete Goldfinger, Oren Koules, Leigh Whannell Saw


Aeris’s New FFVII Remake Face Criticized by Japanese Fans

Some Japanese fans who witnessed the new Final Fantasy VII remake trailer have been criticizing the design of Aeris’s face, with many disturbed at her visage being longer and even prompting some to try and fix it. Discussions regarding Aeris’s new look (as revealed by Sony’s “State of Play” trailer) were apparently so abundant that […]
Tags: Games, Internet, Sony, Anime, Comparison, Remakes, Final Fantasy Vii, Image Gallery, Character Design, Aeris


‘Cruella’ Adds Emma Thompson to the ‘101 Dalmatians’ Villain Origin Story Starring Emma Stone

Walt Disney Pictures is still going full steam ahead with their slate of live-action remakes of their animated classics. However, in the case of one of their most famous movies, they’re taking a different live-action approach. Since 101 Dalmatians was already remade into a live-action movie back in 1996 (and even spawned a sequel), Disney is giving the fashionista villain Cruella de Vil her own movie starring Emma Stone as a younger version of the deranged woman who wants to make a coat out of ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Disney, Emma-Stone, Emma Thompson, Glenn Close, Remakes, Thompson, Coast Guard, Cruella de Vil, Mary Poppins, Cruella, Walt Disney Pictures, Disney/Pixar, Family Films, Dana Fox


‘Aladdin’ Clip: Will Smith Puts on a Show-Stopping Performance of ‘Prince Ali’

Brush up your Sunday salaam, because Will Smith is performing his show-stopping version of one of Aladdin‘s most beloved songs: “Prince Ali.” But we’ll leave it up to your interpretation as to whether that’s a good or bad version of show-stopping. Watch the new Aladdin clip below. Aladdin Clip Watch Will Smith perform "Prince Ali" in this new clip from #Aladdin! pic.twitter.com/T24OzFl3bf — IGN (@IGN) May 14, 2019 One of the biggest advantages of casting Will Smith as the Genie — a rol...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, Fantasy, Disney, John August, Will-Smith, Smith, Ali, Remakes, Guy Ritchie, Video Clips, Jasmine, Aladdin, Ritchie, Jafar


Metal Gear Solid Being Remade in Dreams for the PS4

Ambitious developer Bear Parker, also going by the nickname “Bearly Regal”, has started working on a remake of the classic PS1 action-stealth game Metal Gear Solid within the PlayStation 4 game Dreams. Dreams is currently being developed by Media Molecule, who had previously developed LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway. Similar to LittleBigPlanet, the game’s main focus is “play, create, share”, relying on user-generated content. […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Remakes, PV, Metal Gear


Exclusive: ‘Honey I Shrunk The Kid’ Reboot ‘Shrunk’ in the Works With Josh Gad to Star

We have exclusively learned that Walt Disney Pictures is developing a reboot of Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, with Josh Gad attached to star. Here’s what we know about the reboot, which will be set in the same universe as the original movies. I have independently confirmed with three sources that Walt Disney Pictures has signed actor Josh Gad to star in a Honey, I Shrunk The Kids reboot/sequel. In the original film, Rick Moranis played a scientist father who accidentally shrinks his teenage son ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Remakes, Daniel, Walt Disney Studios, Olaf, Josh-Gad, Gad, Mouse House, Rick Moranis, Walt Disney Pictures, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar


Concept Art for FFVII Remake’s Tifa Potentially Leaked

Those gravely worried about whether or not Sony’s barbaric censorship policies are going to affect the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake will be distraught by this alleged leak, as it reveals that Tifa’s design has been made more modest, perhaps to obey the aforementioned policies. According to a Reddit-goer, concept art for the characters involved […]
Tags: Games, Leak, Anime, Comparison, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Character Design, Tifa Lockhart


Final Fantasy VII Remake 2015 VS 2019

Devoted fans looking to pick apart every little detail from the new Final Fantasy VII remake trailer has led to the creation of a video comparing the newest trailer’s graphics with footage from 2015, granted a greater topic of discussion might be the exclusion of Tifa from the newest trailer… The comparison video compares not […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Comparison, RPG, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Image Gallery


MediEvil Remake Doubles Down on Nostalgia

Sony has announced during its State of Play live stream that the MediEvil remake will be coming to the PlayStation 4 in October of this year. An overview of the epic revival and its also revived skeletal protagonist directly from PlayStation’s US blog: Whether you’re avoiding the boulder-spitting gargoyles of the Hilltop Mausoleum, outrunning the […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, Remakes, Release Dates, MediEvil


Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Still be Multiple Parts

Square Enix will still be milking the re-imagining of Final Fantasy VII for all its worth as they confirmed it will still be released in parts. A recent press release from Square Enix divulged that the much-anticipated re-imagining of RPG Final Fantasy VII is still set to be a “multi-part” game, meaning that fans will […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Announcements, Remakes, Square Enix, Final Fantasy Vii, Final Fantasy


‘The Invisible Man’ Remake Plot Revealed as Storm Reid Joins Cast

New plot details for The Invisible Man remake have just materialized online, along with some new casting news. A Wrinkle In Time actress Storm Reid is the latest addition to the cast, joining star Elisabeth Moss. The new take on the classic story will follow a woman who begins to suspect her recently deceased abusive ex-boyfriend might still be lurking around. More on The Invisible Man remake plot below. We now know what The Invisible Man is going to be about, thank to a bit of casting news ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Horror, Elisabeth Moss, Remakes, Blumhouse, The Invisible Man, Storm Reid, Leigh-Whannell