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AMC’s The Walking Dead Companion TV Series (codenamed Cobalt) is set in Los Angeles. This news was confirmed by TheWalkingDead.com but may not stay in L.A. for too long. As we all know, Robert Kirkman does not like to have his characters feel too relaxed in one place for too long keeping the “zombie” threat high. Actor Cliff Curtis will most likely play the male lead character with Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey co-starring. More on the new Walking Dead TV series to be released soon.
This fan made video does beautiful justice to HBO’s Tales from the Crypt intro. This video has every scene from the original intro and even the original score created by Danny Elfman. The new full CG intro is created by Damien Peinoit, Adel Benabdallah, Toufik Mekbel and Omar Meradi. HBO should keep an eye on these guys or possibly hire them because they nailed. How many of you want to see a fully HD version of the great horror TV series?
Ryan Bellgardt‘s Army of Frankensteins (2013) has recently released a new poster for the movie. The poster looks good and has all the right elements on the poster. You can watch the movie trailer here. Starring in Army of Frankensteins (2013) are John Ferguson, Jordan Farris, Christian Bellgardt, Lucas Ross, Rett Terrell and Raychelle McDonald.
Paul Feig will be directing Ghostbusters 3 and we have scored some pretty concrete possible cast names from leaked emails. This new Ghostbusters movie is going to be a reboot that ties in with the original Ghostbusters movies from the 80’s but with an all-female cast as the Ghostbusters. Stars include Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy, Amy Schumer and Lizzy Kaplan along with recently announced Rebel Wilson are all strong candidates. The Ghostbusters film will take place in another world where the events in the first two movies never happened on this new world, sounds confusing but this ensures that there will be very little ties to the old movies but the film will be able to use all the old assets from the previous Ghostbusters movies. Does this sound interesting, comment below with your thoughts on these news for Ghostbusters 3.
Black Wolf Media will be releasing Chainsaw Sally: The Movie (2015) in an open 2015 release date. Chainsaw Sally was co-created by Jimmyo and April Burril (also plays Chainsaw Sally). The animated series has been confirmed to be in pre-production by Bloody Bombshell Entertainment and Fatality Films. Are you ready for the extreme blood and gore that Chainsaw Sally leaves in her wake?
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SEGA has initiated movie adaptations of the following classic SEGA video games: Altered Beast, Streets of Rage, Shinobi, Rise of Nightmares and Crazy Taxi. These future films will be full English live-action or animated spinoff movies. Rumors of Virtual Fighter and Golden Axe are also said to be getting movie adaptations. Break Media‘s executive Evan Cholfin was hired by SEGA to head the movie adaptations. This makes perfect sense since many of the fans of those games and that era are now the prime demographics for ratings and business, more revenue for SEGA. Would you go see these films “just-because” and what are your found memories of these game titles?