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Lester Speight, who provides the voice of Gears of War’s breakout character Augustus “Cole Train” Cole, has confirmed recently that he has been contacted about appearing in the newest, currently unrevealed game in the popular third-person shooter series.
Responding truly in character when questioned on whether or not he’d been asked to return, Speight replied, “#whoobaby Yup!” With the possible return of Cole, it seems likely that the new game will feature other fan-favourite characters such as Marcus Fenix and Damon Baird, though details are unknown at this time.
The new Gears of War has been alluded to, but not officially announced yet. Recently however, Microsoft acquired the Gears of War license from Epic Games, before giving the task of developing a new game to Black Tusk Studios. Rod Fergusson, who was the director of the original Gears of War trilogy, has returned to oversee development of the new title. »
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One of the numerous special features attached to the Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD release of Thor: The Dark World, is the latest Marvel short film, Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King. Last night, I headed down to the Arclight Hollywood for a screening of this short, which features Ben Kingsley reprising his Iron Man 3 role as Trevor Slattery, the British actor who tricked the world into thinking he was a dangerous terrorist known as The Mandarin. These shorts have become big hits with the fans, but All Hail the King is by far the biggest one yet, that you surely won't want to miss.
The 15-minute short opens with Jackson Norris (Scoot McNairy) a documentary filmmaker who arrives at Seagate Prison for his final interview with Trevor Slattery, as he tries to figure out who, exactly, this mysterious man really is. However, before the interview itself, we see »
Ben Kingsley is set to reprise his role as Mandarin in Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King, which gets an official poster today courtesy of EW. The short film will be included on the Thor: The Dark World Blu-ray available Tuesday, February 25.
Ben Kingsley is back as Iron Man 3 terrorist Mandarin in the all-new short film Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King. Spoiler Alert! Exposed as the theatrically inclined Trevor Slattery, this villain is locked up in a high-security prison where his newfound profile has brought him celebrity and protection on the inside, where he gladly agrees to do an in-depth profile with a well-known documentary filmmaker. Will the real Mandarin come out from hiding to hunt Trevor down?
Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King was released February 25th, 2014 and stars Ben Kingsley, Scoot McNairy, Lester Speight, Sam Rockwell, Matt Gerald, Allen Maldonado, Crystal the Monkey, Rob S. Gray. »
When Marvel releases Thor: The Dark World on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on February 25, fans will also get to see the studio's next Marvel One-Shot entitled All Hail the King, starring Ben Kingsley reprising his Trevor Slattery role from Iron Man 3. The studio has released the second clip from this short film, which shows Trevor Slattery impressing his fellow Seagate Prison inmates by providing his fake Mandarin voice. The One-Shot co-stars Scoot McNairy as documentary filmmaker Jackson Norris as he prepares for his final interview with this British actor who fooled the world into thinking he was the villainous Mandarin. Take a look at this clip, then read on for more details from Ben Kingsley and writer-director Drew Pearce.
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