Month: June 2018

Indiana Jones V Gets A New Script Writer And A Delay

Indiana Jones V is going through another shuffle.  David Koepp was originally going to tackle the script, but he is now being replaced by Jonathan Kasdan (’Solo: A Star Wars Story’).  The switch comes with a new delay.  The film was originally slated for July 2020, but production will be pushed back from it’s originally […]

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Amy Hennig Departs EA – Star Wars Game Put On Hold

When EA shuttered Visceral Games earlier this year, it held out one project the studio was working on – a ‘Star Wars’ RPG helmed by Amy Hennig, one of the creative forces behind ‘Uncharted’.  Hennig recently revealed to Eurogamer that she’d also left EA back in January, putting the release of the game in doubt.  Hennig said […]

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Arcooda Is Throwing In The Pinball Arcade With Cabinet Purchase Through June 30

If you’ve ever wanted to own your own Pinball machine, Arcooda is offering a pretty sweet deal right now.  If you buy one of their Pinball cabinets (starting at $3999), they’ll throw in the Pinball Arcade software, normally priced at $499.  That includes classic pinball titles like ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’, ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’ […]

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The Xbox Live Gold Free Titles For July Are Here

It wouldn’t be the end of the month without finding out what the new Xbox Live Gold titles for the next month will be.  For July, Xbox One players can download ‘Assault Android Cactus’, and ‘Death Squared’ will be available beginning July 16th.   All Gold members can download  ‘Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown’ the 1st through the […]

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The PlayStation Plus Titles For July Are Here

It’s that time of the month again.  The current PlayStation Plus freebies are about to disappear and be replaced by a new batch.  PlayStation 4 owners can look for ‘Heavy Rain’ and ‘Absolver’ in the lineup.  Over on the PlayStation 3, the titles will be ‘Rayman 3 HD’ and ‘Deception IV:  The Nightmare Princess’.  Vita players can […]

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Segun Akinola Announced As New Doctor Who Composer

Segun Akinola has been named as the new ‘Doctor Who’ composer.  He’ll create a new version of the classic theme song for the upcoming season as well as the incidental music for the show.  You can check out his works on his Soundcloud page, which seems to indicate that the show is in good hands musically.  […]

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Tom Baker’s Fourth Season Of Doctor Who Could Have Gone Very Differently

Philip Hinchcliffe served as the executive producer of Tom Baker’s first three seasons of Doctor Who.  He’d planned out a fourth season which never would film, as he was replaced in the role.  Speaking at a BFI Event, Hinchcliffe revealed for the first time what that season might have been like: “There was all this […]

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Only 7 Days Remain To Grab The Bally/Williams Table Packs From Arcooda

If you have ever thought about owning your own pinball machine, there couldn’t be a more perfect solution than the Arcooda Pinball Arcade.  Working in partnership, they’ve brought Farsight Studios ‘Pinball Arcade’ from the console to a real, working Pinball machine.  The software, which includes 76 classic pinball titles like ‘Doctor Who’, ‘The Addams Family’, and ‘Theatre of Magic’ […]

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Timeless Not Renewed But A Movie Could Still Happen

Well, NBC has finally passed down word that it will not be renewing ‘Timeless’.  The move comes almost a month past the time that show pickups/cancellations are announced, so fans had been holding out hope that a third season might be possible.  Series creator Eric Kripke said on Twitter that he and the other producers have […]

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Lucasfilm Denies Star Wars Standalone Films On Hold

After a report from Collider came out yesterday suggesting future ‘Star Wars’ standalone films were being placed on hold, Lucasfilm was quick to respond.  Replying to a question from ABC news, a Lucasfilm representative said there are ‘multiple’ films still in development that haven’t been announced yet.  The rep added: “Those projects are moving forward separate from […]

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