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More Concept Art For Justice League Shows Us A Better Looking Steppenwolf

While Justice League properly stunk up multiplexes last Fall, it’s only with the release of the vastly superior Avengers: Infinity War that its flaws became that much more apparent. Prime among them are the two film’s villains. Both have CGI bad guys, and both are intergalactic warlords, but while Infinity War‘s Thanos had an imposing physical presence, understandable motivations, a clear character arc and an excellent performance by Josh Brolin, Steppenwolf is just kinda there.

It’s been widely reported that the villain’s design and personality was one of the major factors altered by studio execs after they got cold feet on Zack Snyder’s Dceu plans after the critical mauling Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice received. After all, we’ve already seen concept art of a more monstrous and alien looking Steppenwolf – appearing somewhat bio-mechanical in the style of H.R. Giger. Now, courtesy of creature designer Jerad S.
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#Brainwaves Episode 89: Special Effects Artist and Filmmaker Hiroshi Katagiri – Listen Now!

X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Hunger Games, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, Doom, War of the Worlds, Jurassic Park III, Escape From La, hell, even Castle Freak. Those are just a handful of the titles that special effects artist Hiroshi Katagiri has worked on. […]

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Tonight! #Brainwaves Episode 89: Special Effects Artist and Filmmaker Hiroshi Katagiri

X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Hunger Games, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, Doom, War of the Worlds, Jurassic Park III, Escape From La, hell, even Castle Freak. Those are just a handful of the titles that special effects artist Hiroshi Katagiri has worked on. […]

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Sequel Bits: ‘Hobbs and Shaw’, ‘Jurassic World’, ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Doom’, ‘Rabid’, ‘Deadpool 2’

Sequel Bits: ‘Hobbs and Shaw’, ‘Jurassic World’, ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Doom’, ‘Rabid’, ‘Deadpool 2’
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Dwayne Johnson shares a behind-the-scenes Hobbs and Shaw image Another behind-the-scenes look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom A new poster for Mission: Impossible – Fallout Get a behind-the-scenes look at that Doom reboot Casting news for the Rabid remake The Deadpool 2 cast plays a game on Gma Hobbs & Shaw. Lotta fun w/ my […]

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Bethesda Officially Announces Rage 2 With A Killer Trailer

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The sequel to the Mad Max-like game you didn't know you needed has officially been announced by Bethesda!  Check out the announcement trailer for Rage 2!

Today's announcement of a Rage sequel, should come as a surprise to few, as the initial announcement for this game, and many other unconfirmed games, was leaked by Walmart, just last week.  While the rest of the gaming world decided to "Plead the 5th" and wait for their platform, at E3 2018, to make an announcement, everyone's favorite rebellious gaming studio, Bethesda, decided to embrace the free publicity and begin their announcement campaign, seemingly a couple of weeks ahead of schedule.  They started by tweeting various pictures that seemed innoculous, at first, but held a secret many didn't notice at first.  For instance, one of them predicted the date of today's reveal, which means that many will be circling back to decode the rest.  Before you do that,
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#Brainwaves Episode 89 Guest Announcement: Special Effects Artist and Filmmaker Hiroshi Katagiri

X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Hunger Games, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, Doom, War of the Worlds, Jurassic Park III, Escape From La, hell, even Castle Freak. Those are just a handful of the titles that special effects artist Hiroshi Katagiri has worked on. […]

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Sequel Bits: ‘Puppet Master’, ‘Men In Black’, ‘It Chapter 2’, ‘Doom’, and More

Sequel Bits: ‘Puppet Master’, ‘Men In Black’, ‘It Chapter 2’, ‘Doom’, and More
In this edition of sequel bits: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich coming this August Chris Hemsworth offers an update on that Men In Black reboot Andy Muscheitti says It: Chapter 2 will be even scarier than the first Hey, they’re making a new Doom movie, I guess! Jason Statham teases a Meg franchise Chris Pratt interviews his Jurassic World: Fallen […]

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Rumor Control: Splinter Cell, Rage 2, Gears of War 5 and More To Be Revealed at E3 2018

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New retail listings seem to have leaked the announcement of several games, check out what they are and if we think we can trust it after the jump.

Listing's on Walmart Canada (now removed) had shown several pictures, possibly placeholders, for several upcoming games. The games included Splinter Cell, Rage 2, Lego DC Villains, Gears of War 5, a new Assassin’s Creed and Just Cause 4.

Note that under the same leak there were several placeholders for other games like The Last of Us 2, or The Division 2 that were correct. These other games also had the wrong names, again because they are placeholders, for such games like Dragon Quest 2 which most likely will be Dragon Quest Builders 2. So simply pushing it aside because a game doesn't have the right name listed wouldn't be so wise.

So what do we think of the leak? It most likely is an early surprise for both fans and developers,
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Get a Better Glimpse of Hell in the Story Trailer for Agony

If you've enjoyed fighting against the demonic forces in games like Diablo and Doom, then you might want to gear up your gamer thumbs for Agony, a new survival horror video game that offers you a trip to hell on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One beginning May 29th. We have a look at the new Nsfw story trailer, which teases your descent into hell and the game's mysterious Red Goddess:

"Madmind Studios revealed today a new trailer for the critically acclaimed horror video game Agony which is set to release on May 29th on PlayStation®4, Xbox One the all in one entertainment system from Microsoft and PC.

With a minimum of knowledge about their surroundings, as a tormented soul players awake in a nightmare world ruled by the mysterious Red Goddess. Setting the pace for the yet to explore story and protagonist’s background today’s trailer gives a glimpse
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Wolverine Wednesday #12

The Hunt For Wolverine #1 Writer: Charles Soule | Artists: David Marquez & Paulo Siquiera | Colourist: Rachelle Rosenberg, Walden Wong & Ruth Redmond | Letters: Joe Sabino

Wolverine prime (as I will refer to him here) died four years ago in the four issue mini series aptly named ‘The Death of Wolverine’ written by Charles Soule. The Wolverine series that led into his death was penned by Paul Cornell. It was my least favourite run on the title ever! I mention this two older titles because this one shot tells a better story than both of those combined. It is the perfect blend of action, heart and mystery. However I can only justify the price tag if you are a hard core Wolverine fan like myself. The one shot is split into two stories, one to fill in come blanks and one to get things moving forward. I say it fills in the blanks it
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Doom reboot will go direct-to-video, director and lead actress revealed

Last week it was revealed on social media that Universal Pictures is planning a second attempt at adapting the iconic video game series Doom, and now thanks to Dread Central we have some new information on the proposed reboot.

Firstly, the site reports that the new film is being developed by Universal 1440 Entertainment, Universal’s non-theatrical division, which means the film will be a straight-to-video / VOD release.

Meanwhile, Tony Giglio is set to direct the movie, while actress Amy Manson has also been cast as the film’s lead.

Production on Doom is slated to begin “in the near future”, so presumably we can expect to hear more news about the project soon.

Universal’s first attempt at adapting the first person shooter classic was released in 2005, and starred Karl Urban, Rosamund Pike and Dwayne Johnson. It tanked at the box office, and received negative reviews from critics.

The
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The Next Doom Movie Will Feature A Female Lead

Even if you aren’t exactly a superfan of the Doom franchise, you have to acknowledge its place in video game history. Had you been around in the 1990’s, then odds are you played one of its earliest installments on a PC at some point. If not, then perhaps you’ve at least familiarized yourself with one of the more modern offerings, as the series remains a staple in the horror genre.

Of course, a game that’s able to boast such a great level of popularity and influence was naturally going to receive a cinematic adaptation before long. And that came in 2005 in the form of the theatrically released Doom, which starred the likes of Karl Urban and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

In the interest of full disclosure, I’m not the lover of this franchise in the way that I am with the likes of Resident Evil and Silent Hill,
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New Doom Movie Will Have A Female Lead

The new Doom movie has cast actress Amy Manson in the lead role. The Doom series is one of the most iconic in all of gaming and helped make first-person shooters one of the most popular game genres. The games are relatively light on story, but usually involve scientists accidentally opening a portal to Hell on Mars, and it’s up to the player character – a marine affectionally dubbed Doomguy – to plough through the demonic hordes that spill out.
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A New Doom Movie is in Development: Is There Any Hope?

Doom has a lot of ground to cover now that a new movie is in development. Whether or not there’s any hope for it however remains to be seen since the legacy of the last one has kind of tainted the whole idea of whether or not Doom can actually be a successful movie. Right now it sounds like it might be headed straight for digital, to either Netflix or another streaming service, or straight to DVD. As a start that would give it the advantage over the previous movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Karl Urban, which was a poor

A New Doom Movie is in Development: Is There Any Hope?
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Doom Reboot Reportedly Has A Director And Lead

Doom Reboot Reportedly Has A Director And Lead
The world just learned of the existence of a Doom reboot just a handful of days ago, and now Dread Central has an alleged scoop from some unnamed sources. The film will be directed by Tony Giglio (Timber Falls, S.W.A.T. Under Siege) and that Once Upon A Time actress Amy Manson is set to play the film's lead.

It's also been revealed the project is being helmed by Universal's non-film division Universal 1440 Entertainment, which appears to mean the project is going straight to DVD or a streaming platform. That makes sense, and would certainly explain why we've heard next to nothing about it until now. Are you more, or less excited for this film now that you've read all this?
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Hellboy: The Board Game Surpasses Kickstarter Goal

It continues to be a great time for fans of Mike Mignola's Hellboy. In addition to a new movie coming in 2019, a Kickstarter campaign has begun for a new board game based on Mignola's beloved comic book character, and after its first launch day, the campaign has already raised well over half a million dollars.

In just one day, Hellboy: The Board Game has brought in more than $650,000, shattering its Kickstarter goal of $139,467 with 29 days left to go! You can learn more about the board game by visiting its official Kickstarter page, and read on for additional details, photos, and videos on the new game that takes you into the supernatural world of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defence (Bprd).

Hellboy: The Board Game Kickstarter: "Inspired by the legendary tales of horror, myth and folklore by Mike Mignola, Hellboy: The Board Game is a fully cooperative experience for 1 to 4 players.
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‘Legion’ Shows Noah Hawley is the Perfect Guy to Tackle Doctor Doom

At San Diego Comic-Con last year, Fargo and Legion showrunner Noah Hawley revealed that he was developing a Doctor Doom movie for 20th Century Fox. This news was met with excitement from fans who feel that the live-action Fantastic Four movies up to this point have done a disservice to the character of Doom — […]

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New Doom Movie Will Be a Direct to Video or Digital Release

It appears Universal’s new Doom movie is likely headed straight to DVD or a digital platform. Doom is the iconic game series that helped make first-person shooters one of the most popular genres in gaming. The simple premise of nearly all the games finds a lone marine stranded on a Mars base when a portal to Hell opens up; players need to blast through swarms of demons using shotguns, rocket launchers, and chainsaws to survive.
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2nd Opinion Podcast #208 - What We Want to see at E3!

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Why do we even try with you Call of Duty, Pack It Up And Move On Out!

Welcome back to another episode of The 2nd Opinion Podcast! On this episode s0leb, Tj, and Boltz talk all things gaming and E3! We talk about the lost cause that is Call of Duty, Rumors of a new Doom Movie, Marvel's Infinity War, and much more! We also talk about all the games we want to see at E3 2018!

Please make sure to share this episode of the podcast and check us out on iTunes and Google Play Music! Check out our great podcasts, gaming news, 1st and Tens, and more at 2ndOpinionPod.com! Here at 2nd Opinion Productions, we aim to create a central location for podcasts to come together.

We feel this allows for an open, diverse and secure place to express opinions and views to the gaming community and industry.
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Another ‘Doom’ Movie Is in the Works, Says Actress Nina Bergman, but What About Dwayne Johnson?

Another ‘Doom’ Movie Is in the Works, Says Actress Nina Bergman, but What About Dwayne Johnson?
2005’s “Doom” is not regarded as a good movie, as its own star was happy to remind us last week. The second time may prove to be the charm, however, as actress/musician Nina Bergman tweeted that she’ll be appearing in a new adaptation of the demonic video game.

“I’m doing the next ‘Doom’ movie w Universal Pictures!” she wrote, adding that production will be in Bulgaria with a “super cool” director who has yet to be named. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Karl Urban starred in the 2005 version of the first-person shooter, which earned just $56 million against a budget of $60 million and received poor reviews. When Johnson tweeted about the film being a “stinker,” the official “Doom” account responded simply, “Dwayne.”

No word yet on who else might be involved in the next “Doom,” which hasn’t been confirmed by Universal. Renewed interest in the series may
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