Watch the Teaser for HBO's Sharp Objects, Starring Amy Adams

Watch the teaser for HBO’s Sharp Objects, starring Amy Adams

HBO has released the teaser trailer for Sharp Objects, starring Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Eliza Scanlen, Elizabeth Perkins and Matt Craven.

Based on the book by The New York Times bestselling author Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, Dark Places), this eight-episode series tells the story of reporter Camille Preaker (Adams) who returns to her small hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. Trying to put together a psychological puzzle from her past, she finds herself identifying with the young victims a bit too closely.

The limited series will premiere in July 2018.

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The New Skyscraper Poster Featuring Dwayne Johnson!

The new Skyscraper poster featuring Dwayne Johnson!

Universal Pictures has debuted the new Skyscraper poster featuring Dwayne Johnson! You can view the full poster in the gallery below.

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Global icon Dwayne Johnson leads the cast of Legendary’s Skyscraper as former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and U.S. war veteran Will Sawyer, who now assesses security for skyscrapers. On assignment in China he finds the tallest, safest building in the world suddenly ablaze, and he’s been framed for it. A wanted man on the run, Will must find those responsible, clear his name and somehow rescue his family who is trapped inside the building…above the fire line.

Neve Campbell, Chin Han, Noah Taylor, Roland Møller, Byron Mann, Pablo Schreiber, and Hannah Quinlivan co-star.

Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, We’re the Millers), the 3D action-thriller is produced by Beau Flynn (San Andreas, Baywatch), Johnson, Thurber and Hiram Garcia (San Andreas, Central Intelligence).

Skyscraper’s executive producers are Dany Garcia (Baywatch, Ballers), Wendy Jacobson (San Andreas), Eric McLeod (Kong: Skull Island, Pirates of the Caribbean series) and Eric Hedayat (The Great Wall, Real Steel).

Skyscraper will open in theaters on Friday, July 13, 2018.

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Exclusive: Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige Talks Infinity War and Beyond!

Exclusive: Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige talks Infinity War and Beyond!

Marvel Studios gave the opportunity to have an exclusive 1:1 chat with franchise producer and MCU mastermind Kevin Feige! We discussed his reaction to seeing Avengers: Infinity War complete for the first time, Jack Kirby’s influence on the Marvel aesthetic, a specific theme that runs through the MCU, and bringing X-Men into the fold! Check out the interview below.

An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment – the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain.

Confirmed cast members for Avengers: Infinity War so far include Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Mackie, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olson, Jeremy Renner, Chadwick Boseman, Sebastian Stan, Don Cheadle, Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Zoe Saldana, Pom Klementieff, Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Wong, Sean Gunn, Tom Holland, Paul Rudd, and Josh Brolin.

Anthony and Joe Russo direct the film, which is produced by Kevin Feige. Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo and Stan Lee are the executive producers. Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely wrote the screenplay.

Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War is opening in theaters on April 27. Then, the Avengers assemble again for the still-untitled fourth film, set for May 3, 2019. In terms of storytelling, you’re known as pretty much the most meticulous Dungeon Master in Hollywood. That said, despite all the planning and layering that goes into these films, what was something you were genuinely surprised by when you saw the final product of “Infinity War”?

Kevin Feige: It’s a good question. We haven’t shown the movie to anybody yet, so it remains to be seen how the world feels about it, but it’s a very emotional experience. Even I had taken for granted how many adventures we’d gone on with these characters and how many stories you’ve seen these characters in, and to see them go up against someone like Thanos, to see them be in a position where they might be completely outmatched, you’re not used to seeing that. Even I got surprised at how emotional that was. A lot of that was due to the script that Chris Markus and Stephen McFeely wrote, a lot of that is due to the direction of Joe and Anthony Russo, and MUCH of it is the performance that Josh Brolin brings as Thanos which we had very big expectations for. We knew if we teased a villain for six frickin’ years through many multiple movies, once he actually shows up he better deliver. That was always where we knew the pressure there was to deliver a big bad in Thanos, and Josh Brolin just brought his A-game and crushed it. I think he did an unbelievable job.

CS: Obviously in any creative process, you adapt and make changes along the way. What was the biggest deviation you had to make from your original conception of the overarching story of Phases 1-3?

Feige: I don’t know if there were any… It was an evolution. In all storytelling you’re a writer… What do people teach you? Writing is rewriting. There’s always the evolution of the story you want to tell. We always would set markers on a distant horizon you could aim towards. In the three Phases, I would say we got very close to those markers. In places where we deviated it was because we chose new markers, we chose new places to head to and head towards. I can’t think of any moment in particular where we deviated, it was always an additive. It was an evolution of adding more elements to it and fleshing out. The goal was always to emulate up on a big screen the experience that comic book fans had through the decades reading Marvel Comics. That’s what we wanted to do at the studio with “Iron Man 1” which Samuel L. Jackson graciously agreed to do a cameo for us in that film, to make an announcement that there was a bigger universe than you know. The fact that we’ve been able to start with a little tag scene and promise something bigger, now through all three Phases and certainly through “Infinity War” is really pretty amazing.

CS: I got to interview Brad Bird recently and was fascinated to learn he’s not a comic book fan, despite having made one of the best superhero movies ever with “The Incredibles.” It got me wondering, which Marvel Studios directors over the last ten years were the biggest legit comic book fans?

Feige: It really varies. The truth is being a fan of the comics is not a prerequisite to work or to make a movie. Understanding the characters, seeing the potential of the characters and having the vision to bring it to life is really the primary thing. I’m not embarrassed to say I’ve always been a bigger fan of movies than I have been of comics. The kind of movies I liked as a kid were sometimes based on comics, “Superman” and “Superman II,” or they could have been. “Back to the Future,” “Indiana Jones,” “Star Wars”… they could have been based on comics. So I’ve always responded to these kinds of movies, and the filmmakers that we work with need to have the vision to see the cinematic potential of these characters. All of them, by the time cameras are rolling, know the characters inside and out. No matter how many times Taika Waititi will tell you he doesn’t know or read the books, he knows A LOT about these characters and these comic books because of the nature of the development process. Peyton Reed is a legit comic fan who had drawings of Ant-Man that he made when he was a kid, but it really does vary.

CS: One aspect that is a recurring motif in the MCU is establishing institutions and then exposing the dirty underbelly of them. You saw it in “Iron Man 2” with Stark’s father, you saw it in “Ragnarok” with Asgard, in “Winter Soldier” with S.H.I.E.L.D, and even the fallibility of The Avengers in “Civil War.” Can you talk about the importance of that thematic and how you plan to explore that further in the rest of Phase 3 and 4?

Feige: You just blew my mind. I didn’t realize that was such a thematic running through all of our movies! I’m glad you told me that! (laughs) Yeah, I guess that’s true. What’s great about comics, what’s great about film, what’s great about any fictional narrative is almost no matter what, intentionally or not, they are a product of their time. Whether one considers themselves political or an avid reader of current events, things will just be absorbed by filmmakers and writers and creators up on the screen, and I think a lot of that is what you just mentioned. I think a lot of it is it is a noble endeavor to expose the truth that hurts. The best of our heroes, in addition to having superpowers and punching hard and being able to fly and wield extraordinary weapons, one of the ways of demonstrating heroism is to see people standing up for what they believe in, or to acknowledge the hard truth. That’s what Tony Stark did as literally his first proactive thing he did after busting out of that cave was to sit at a press conference, eat a cheeseburger and say his company is not making weapons anymore. So right from the very beginning that has been one of the things that Marvel Cinematic Universe characters can do to demonstrate their heroism, and that certainly continues in all those examples you rightly pointed out and I think will continue in various forms of heroism in our films to come.

CS: I’m a huge Jack Kirby fan, especially of his second wave of Marvel stuff in the ’70s like Devil Dinosaur and Machine Man and Eternals, which was kind of Kirby’s “cubist period.” We saw that wild Kirby aesthetic faithfully represented in “Ragnarok,” but could you see going even farther in that direction in a future film?

Feige: Yeah, the Kirby aesthetic is amazing. It appears in everything we’ve done for the most part with every Marvel comic. Embracing it more fully in “Ragnarok” and in some of the ideas we have going forward can certainly be expected.

CS: I know the Disney deal is a long ways away, so you can’t talk specifics of that, but a big conversation among fans is how something like “X-Men,” where supers are ostracized, could exist in the same universe where The Avengers are by and large celebrated. Obviously they’ve co-existed in the comics for decades, but as a fan do you think those two worlds could be reconciled in a more grounded cinematic universe?

Feige: You’re right, it’s too far out to talk about whether it will happen of not. We’re not working on it in any way, shape or form. We’ve got five films on the docket we’ve already announced that are taking a big percent of our time. But I will say to your very good question that if you look back to Phase 1 and after “Iron Man” was released and we announced our upcoming films, one of which was “Thor,” people said, “How in the WORLD can you bring in a Norse god who flies with a hammer into the world you’ve established of Tony Stark and Stark Industries?” That was sort of the reason we made the “Thor” film the way we did, was to ease character into a world together, even though they might not understand each other and might have trouble getting along at first, that’s the fun of it. But tonally there’s always a way, and as you said the comics have been navigating it quite well for half a century.

CS: A trend in superhero franchises is they have to cost $150 million plus and saving the world is the end goal, but “Deadpool” proved that a smaller superhero movie with less global stakes could win the day. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” was a step in that direction, but how do you think smaller, more character-oriented movies where the stakes are exclusively personal and the set pieces and budget are a little more contained would work in the MCU?

Feige: I think they can work! I think “Iron Man 1” had a final fight on a freeway between two people, and right, as you pointed out “Homecoming” and even “Black Panther,” which was for the fate of the kingdom not the fate of the world. The stakes have to feel real, your heroes have to fell endangered, feel like they have something to overcome, whether it’s fighting their prom date’s father or fighting for the throne of their homeland, or fighting to save half the universe.

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Grab a buddy for a crazy co-op quest across tropical islands packed with platforming perfection. Play as the classic Kongs or, for the first time in the Donkey Kong Country series, as the one and only Funky Kong!

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City Connection has announced that Psyvariar –Delta- will be releasing on Switch in Japan on Aug. 30th, 2018. As we've already shared, there will be a limited-run retail release alongside the eShop version. No official word on a localization at this time.

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Show the principal of the Heroes Academy that you have what it takes to become the champion of your homeland. He has set up 13 trials to test the final candidates for the title of Hero. Overcome them before you run out of time and don't let the other contenders reach the Tower of Akron before you!


Switch between a sword fighter and a magic wielder by the touch of a button. Take advantage of the melee attacks of Zoel and the magic spells of Elia to advance through dungeons, solve puzzles and defeat bosses in battles highly influenced by the environment.


Although this is an adventure game, you will find some stages reminiscent of traditional shooting games, played from top-down view. You are free to explore the whole map, but bear in mind that running out of time will reset your progress from the latest trial cleared!

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There's no doubt you'll need a good chunk of free time to build Nintendo Labo's Robot Kit. Of course, you don't have to build it all in one sitting. You're free to build it in segments and pick up where you left off. Sometimes your robot dreams take more than a day to come to fruition.

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Immortal Redneck is an FPS set in Egypt with rogue-lite elements. The game mixes old-school first-person shooter action with rogue-lite mechanics. Frantic gameplay, twitch controls and an arcade-style feel meet randomly generated dungeons, a complete skill tree, permanent death and 9 classes with different traits.

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The Snack World is a "hyper casual fantasy" that is set in Snack World, a traditional fantasy world combined with convenience stores, smartphones, and other elements of the modern world. It revolves around the adventures of Chup, a wandering hero with a strong sense of justice, who is determined to get revenge against Large-Scale Leisure Facilities after it destroyed his village in response to the villagers refusing to allow eviction of the village by the former.

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Here is some stale ass news regarding a local Toledo, Ohio woman supposedly being injured from a Faygo 2-Liter during a live Insane Clown Posse nearly four years ago in 2014.  Quote from ABC 13 Action News in Toledo, Ohio.

 “A local woman is seeking financial damages against a well-known musical act after being hit with a two-liter bottle of pop. She was hit so hard that she passed out, hitting the concrete floor.

This is more than your typical concert. The band is called the Insane Clown Posse. This woman went to a 2014 show at Headliners in Toledo. She says she left with life threatening injuries.

The woman was injured during something called Faygo Armageddon. At the end of each ICP show, the crowd is showered with Faygo soda. Andrea Walker says at the 2014 Toledo show she was hit with a full 2 liter bottle in the chest. A friend witnessed it.

“Over a period of less than half the song, the two liters started to come and she was injured,” said Andrew Sautter, who witnessed the incident.

The band sprays the soda but sometimes so do people who go on stage, just like the Toledo show her attorney and that witness told a judge Friday.

“I saw some of the fans grabbing two liter bottles out of the popcorn bucket holders both tossing some into the crowd and chucking them as hard as they could to propel them as far as they could into the crowd,” said Sautter.

“Allowing individuals on the stage at a show is akin to giving a switchblade to a kindergarten class. You don’t know how it’s going to end but it’s going to end poorly,” said Zachary Murry.

Lawyers representing the band say what happens at this show is not a surprise and that Walker even dressed for the event.

“The evidence will show Ms. Walker was familiar, was aware of the group, Insane Clown posse the lead act which included Faygo being sprayed on the crowd,” said ICP lawyer Mark Jacobs.

Walker passed out, suffered a bruised sternum and a laceration over her eye. Walker is suing for financial damages.

Judge Lindsay Navarre Friday said she wants to consider all the facts before making a decision.”

The woman obviously was quite familiar with what happens at an Insane Clown Posse show and the massive amount of Faygo that soars through the air, since she dressed for the occasion. Hopefully the judge makes the correct ruling in Insane Clown Posse’s favor!


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If you've been following Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion and thought it looked a bit like The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, that's not by accident. In an interview with Well Played, developers at Climax Studios explained that the classic Zelda title is indeed an inspiration for the next Adventure Time game.

“Wind Waker was definitely a solid frame of reference when we were looking at how the boat would function and feel on the open sea. I’d like to tell you more, but the guys at Outright are getting ready to show you the world in a far more interesting way than I could.”

The company also confirmed that Cartoon Network is deeply involved with the game, making sure all goes right.

“We have very regular meetings with Cartoon Network to make sure the game looks, feels, sounds and tastes just like the original universe. It’s been a smooth relationship as both sides are passionate about making sure the game does AT justice.”

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We already knew that the games included in the Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy were going to be sold individually on the Japanese Switch eShop, letting consumers choose if they want all the games in the package, or select ones. Now we've learned that same option is going to be available in the West as well. Listings have popped up on the European eShop showing file sizes for each game. While nothing is on the North American eShop at this time, it's likely we'll get the same options.

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm – 5.3GB
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 – 5.2GB
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 – 6.6GB
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy – 17.6GB

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