Locke & Key is a story by Joe Hill (writer) and Gabriel Rodriguez (artist) that tantalized the hearts, minds, and imaginations of countless comic readers. But is the series staying as a comic? Locke & Key has gone through a number of big announcements, and in our latest article, we explain its journey:
Posts Tagged ‘Movie’
Tags: Gabriel Rodriguez, IDW, IDW Entertainment, Joe Hill, Locke & Key, Movie, SDCC, Television Show
Tags: Game Loading, Game Loading: Rise of the Indies, GameLoading, Indie, Indie Games, Kickstarter, Movie, StudioBento
If you want to purchase a new indie game, it’s pretty easy. You go to Steam or another digital downloading service, buy your game, install, and let the fun begin. However, who made the game? How long did it take? What inspired the developers to create it? GameLoading: Rise of the Indies will be demystifying all of the different variables associated with making an independent game: following different studios and individuals, showcasing the games at industry events such as PAX and GDC, exploring the art style used, and much more:
Tags: Movie, Release, Sly Cooper, Sony
Tags: Movie, The Wolverine, Trailer, X-Men
Hey everyone! As I have said before, I am a huge X-Men movie buff. Although the movies may not be a totally accurate representation of the comics, I have always felt that they do a great job making superhero movies fun for all. Enjoy the trailer! The movie hits theatres July 26th, 2013.
Tags: Iron Man 3, Movie, Trailer
The first official Iron Man 3 movie trailer is out! Enjoy!
Tags: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Movie, Reboot, Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Magneto, Movie, Mystique, Professor X, Sequel, The Hunger Games, X-Men, X-Men: First Class
Hello fellow X-Men fans!
I thought you would be interested to hear that while browsing the interwebs, I found that a sequel to X-Men: First Class has officially been announced by 20th Century Fox! I saw a projected release date of July 18th, 2014 here. Apparently, the filming is somewhat being scheduled around Jennifer Lawrence, who plays Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. Once The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is finished, she will be jumping right in to play the role of Mystique in the new X-Men.