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The First Trailer For Captain Marvel Unleashes The Power of Awesomeness!

You've all been waiting for it and here it is! Marvel has finally unleashed the first trailer for Captain Marvel and it's freakin' awesome! Brie Larson is incredible in the role of Carol Danvers and I absolutely love the tone that this trailer sets. Captain Marvel is going to be an absolute blast! 

The story of the film follows Carol Danvers, an Air Force pilot whose DNA is fused with that of an alien during an accident. The resulting alteration imbues her with the superpowers of strength, energy projection, and flight. The Kree alien race will also be a major part of the story.

Captain Marvel was being directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Mississippi Grind). The most recent script comes from Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Tomb Raider). The film also stars Ben Mendelsohn as the villain, Jude Law as Doctor Walter Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell, Clark Gregg will reprise his role as Agent Coulson,
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The First Trailer For Brie Larson's Superhero Adventure Film 'Captain Marvel' Is Here — Watch!

In early September, Brie Larson promised to break the internet with her tease for what became the first reveal of her Captain Marvel costume on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. And while she didn't quite accomplish that goal, she gets another shot with the first trailer release for the film that looks just awesome and ushers in a whole new era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The character will be making her debut in the self-titled film coming out in March 2019, which is set in the 1990s and features a much younger Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. From there, Captain Marvel (aka Carol Danvers) jumps to the present wher she goes toe-to-toe with Thanos (the bad guy from Avengers: Infinity War) in May's Avengers 4. Let's not forget that Thanos is the man who provided a smack-down to the Hulk before wiping out half of humanity across the galaxy. Bottom line: she's strong.
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Image and Top Cow announce new sci-fi series The Freeze

Image Comics and Top Cow have announced the upcoming launch of The Freeze, a new sci-fi series from writer Dan Wickline (30 Days of Night) and artist Phillip Sevy (Tomb Raider).

The entire human population is frozen by a mysterious global event…all except Ray, and only he has the power to unfreeze them. Now—with the fate of the world in his hands—he must figure out what is going on, how to set things right again, and answer the question: does everyone deserve to be saved?

“The Freeze is a post-apocalyptic survival story where the biggest danger is man’s true nature,” said Wickline. “We strip the world down to one decent person and then give him the power to rebuild society from scratch, not knowing if those he awakens will benefit the new world or indulge their darkest inclinations. It’s an intriguing concept to explore as a writer,
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How Camilla Luddington's Role on Grey's Anatomy Inspired Her Tomb Raider Character

Image Source: Getty / Desiree Navarro

Shadow of the Tomb Raider marks Camilla Luddington's third time voicing the iconic character, and this time, we might just be getting the most realistic iteration yet. The game, which hits stores on Sept. 14, takes place a couple of months after the events of Rise of the Tomb Raider and has Lara Croft fighting her way through Mesoamerica and South America. But the remarkable thing about this installment is not that the fate of the world is at stake. This time, we're diving deeper into the psyche of Lara herself - we're seeing her grief, second thoughts, and doubts manifest on screen.

Ahead of the newest game's release, I sat down with Camilla to discuss her work as Lara. It turns out, the Grey's Anatomy actress has taken quite a bit of inspiration from the character. Lara Croft's specific brand of badassery has all kinds of real-life applications,
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How Camilla Luddington's Role on Grey's Anatomy Inspired Her Tomb Raider Character

Image Source: Getty / Desiree Navarro

Shadow of the Tomb Raider marks Camilla Luddington's third time voicing the iconic character, and this time, we might just be getting the most realistic iteration yet. The game, which hits stores on Sept. 14, takes place a couple of months after the events of Rise of the Tomb Raider and has Lara Croft fighting her way through Mesoamerica and South America. But the remarkable thing about this installment is not that the fate of the world is at stake. This time, we're diving deeper into the psyche of Lara herself - we're seeing her grief, second thoughts, and doubts manifest on screen.

Ahead of the newest game's release, I sat down with Camilla to discuss her work as Lara. It turns out, the Grey's Anatomy actress has taken quite a bit of inspiration from the character. Lara Croft's specific brand of badassery has all kinds of real-life applications,
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‘Shadow of the Tomb Raider’ Video Review: Lara Croft Has Reached Her Pinnacle, But at What Cost?

Lara Croft has been a staple of video gaming culture for over two decades. From her first appearance in 1996, to her recent portrayal by Alicia Vikander in Tomb Raider (2018), Lara has always been a determined and confident force of a character. Since the video game franchise was rebooted in 2013, we have seen a new, more vulnerable side of Lara. Gone was the wealth of experience and poise under pressure. Lara’s very survival was put at stake in this visceral telling of her first adventures. This idea continued into Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015) where we …
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How To Make A Pineapple Flavored Tomb Raider Temple Cake

 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to make a unique cake that looks like it came from the bakery without spending all the money that you need to spend in order to get a bakery-style cake? If you have, you might be interested to know that you can make a Tomb Raider cake without having a lot of special skills when it comes to baking. In fact, if you can bake a regular sheet cake and you can learn how to cut the cake properly, you can do this all on your own. The hardest part

How To Make A Pineapple Flavored Tomb Raider Temple Cake
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For one great level, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider makes Lara Croft feel like a real person

  • The AV Club
Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft has been an iconic video game hero for decades, but all that’s ever really mattered about her character—beyond the lumpy polygons of her original model—was that she’s good at raiding tombs. Various games have indicated that she grew up in a big mansion with her father, and that he was a big…
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Mad Max: Fury Road Composer Junkie Xl To Score Peter Jackson's Mortal Engines

The Peter Jackson-produced fantasy adventure film Mortal Engines will be composed by Junkie Xl a.k.a. Tom Holkenborg. He announced the news himself on Twitter and you can read those tweets below.

Junkie Xl has worked on a lot of big movies in his career that include Mad Max: Fury Road, Deadpool, Tomb Raider, Batman v Superman, and The Dark Tower. I really dig his style and it is sure to fit perfectly with this crazy looking Mortal Engines film. I'm actually pretty excited about seeing this movie!

Friends, I'm proud to announce that I am working on the original score to the upcoming film @Mortal_Engines, produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh and directed by Christian Rivers. https://t.co/Jj9EkjY2hx

— Tom Holkenborg (@Junkie_XL) September 6, 2018

I am extraordinarily grateful to Peter, Fran and Christian for this opportunity and their friendship. Scoring Mortal Engines pushed me to my limits,
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Video Game Review – Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Shaun Munro reviews Shadow of the Tomb Raider….

Shadow of the Tomb Raider sees revered developer Crystal Dynamics largely handing over the reins to Eidos Montréal for this climactic bookend to the franchise’s reboot trilogy. Though the threequel doesn’t bring much new or particularly creative to the table, it’s nothing if not a consistent, breezily enjoyable addition to the cinematic action-adventure saga.

The Tomb Raider reboot series has been frequently compared to the Uncharted franchise and with generally good reason, though unlike Nathan Drake, Lara Croft has a decades-old lineage and rapport with players which may make them feel inherently more connected to her as a character.

To that end, the thrill of watching Lara bound over impossibly wide jumps and cling gingerly to the side of cliff faces retains a sweaty-palmed appeal that the more gung-ho, fist-pumping Uncharted games never really have (better-executed though the latter
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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Review

When Square Enix rebooted Tomb Raider back in 2013, the long-running series got a new lease on life. This new Lara Croft was younger and less experienced, and the series placed more emphasis on open world exploration and combat and less on puzzle-intensive tombs. And it worked. The reboot was a hit with fans and critics alike, even though that first game played much like a shameless snuff film at times. Rise of the Tomb Raider saw Lara growing into the adventurer she is destined to become, and the shift to the snowy landscapes of Siberia helped create one of the best Tomb Raider experiences ever. Now, the trilogy comes to a close with Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and the young, naive Lara Croft has grown into smart, seasoned warrior who will stop at nothing to achieve her goals.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s story opens with a rather
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Brie Larson Tries to Break The Internet And Is Targeting Thanos Next As Marvel's Most Powerful Hero

Brie Larson Tries to Break The Internet And Is Targeting Thanos Next As Marvel's Most Powerful Hero
Brie Larson promised to break the Internet with her tease for what became the first reveal of her in her Captain Marvel costume on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. And truth be told, if anyone could do it, it's probably her (with all due respect to Kim Kardashian's butt). After all, Brie is the one who, as Captain Marvel in Avengers 4, is going to go toe-to-toe with Thanos, the man who provided a smack-down to the Hulk before wiping out half of humanity across the galaxy. Bottom line: she's strong. Really strong. We're talking Superman levels of power. "She's so strong," Brie told Britain's Express, instantly begging the question how strong, "she can move planets. Yes, entire planets. So for me, it was, like, 'How far can I go with this strength?'" In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly she adds, "She can be aggressive, and she can have a temper,
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Junkie Xl will compose Mortal Engines score

Junkie Xl has signed on to compose the score for the upcoming sci-fi film Mortal Engines. The film, which will be released in December, comes from Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh and producers and is directed by Jackson’s protege Christian Rivers. Junkie Xl, real name Tom Holkenborg, announced the news via his Twitter page.

Friends, I'm proud to announce that I am working on the original score to the upcoming film @Mortal_Engines, produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh and directed by Christian Rivers. https://t.co/Jj9EkjY2hx

— Tom Holkenborg (@Junkie_XL) September 6, 2018

“It’s a dream come true working w/Christian & being welcomed into Peter’s Wingnut family,” Junkie said on Twitter. “Traveling to their facility in New Zealand has been nothing short of mind-blowing, I feel like I’ve learned more about moviemaking in the past 6 months than most could hope to in a lifetime.
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Tom Holkenborg, Aka Junkie Xl, Scoring Peter Jackson’s ‘Mortal Engines’

  • Variety
Tom Holkenborg, Aka Junkie Xl, Scoring Peter Jackson’s ‘Mortal Engines’
Tom Holkenborg, also known as Junkie Xl, confirmed on Thursday that he is composing the music for “Mortal Engines,” the Peter Jackson-Fran Walsh-produced sci-fi film based on the Philip Reeve novel.

Friends, I'm proud to announce that I am working on the original score to the upcoming film @Mortal_Engines, produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh and directed by Christian Rivers. https://t.co/Jj9EkjY2hx

— Tom Holkenborg (@Junkie_XL) September 6, 2018

Christian Rivers is directing the film based on a script by Jackson, Walsh, and Philippa Boyens, who collaborated on the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” trilogies. “It’s a dream come true working with Christian and being welcomed into Peter’s WingNut Films family,” Holkenborg said on social media.

“Traveling to their facility in New Zealand has been nothing short of mind-blowing,” Holkenborg said. “I feel like I’ve learned more about moviemaking
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Alicia Vikander Joins Toronto-Bound Documentary ‘Anthropocene’ As Narrator

  • Deadline
Alicia Vikander Joins Toronto-Bound Documentary ‘Anthropocene’ As Narrator
Exclusive: Tomb Raider and The Danish Girl star Alicia Vikander has lent her voice to big-canvas documentary Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, which will get its world premiere this week at the Toronto Film Festival.

The science-themed doc, from filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier and photographer Edward Burtynsky, contends that human impact on the planet means we have entered a new geological era.

The Toronto-based trio travelled to six of seven continents and 20 countries (the project was entirely carbon offset), documenting evidence of human domination, from concrete seawalls that cover 60% of China’s mainland coast to potash mines in Russia’s Ural Mountains, and marble quarries in Italy to surreal phosphate tailings ponds in Florida.

The film is in English, Russian, Italian, German, Mandarin and Cantonese with English subtitles. Pic is being released in Canada by Mongrel Media. Seville International is handling international sales.

“Alicia’s exceptional voice, and
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September’s Upcoming Games

September sees the release of some long-awaited titles, including the brand-new Spider-Man game and the latest instalment of the Tomb Raider series. Both these series are very well known but these two games in particular are aiming to take a new direction. The Nintendo Switch is continuing to expand its library by adding several quirky indie games that are perfect for the handheld console.

Spider-man

Platform: PlayStation 4

Release: 7th September

Insomniac Games have teamed up with Marvel to create a brand-new Spider-Man adventure. This new story sees a more experienced Peter Parker, who after years behind the mask, has perfected his crime fighting abilities. Despite making a name for himself as Spider-Man, Peter is struggling to balance his personal life and career with the responsibilities that being a crime fighter brings. Set in an open-world New York City, players can swing through vibrant neighbourhoods catching views of iconic Marvel and
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This Live Action Tomb Raider Music Video Ft. Lisa Foiles

 There was a lot of buzz going around about the newest Tomb Raider live action film starring Alicia Vikander. A completely new story separate from the 2001 film that catapulted Angelina Jolie’s career, this Tomb Raider reboot has gotten mixed reviews at best. However, there’s more to be excited about in the gaming world, as rumors of a new Lara Croft game has been confirmed. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is set to hit shelves on September 14 this year. In honor of the movie and the new video game, indie musician Gavin Dunne has teamed up with actress

This Live Action Tomb Raider Music Video Ft. Lisa Foiles
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A Complete Guide to Xbox at Pax West 2018

  • Variety
A Complete Guide to Xbox at Pax West 2018
Pax West 2018 takes place Friday, Aug. 31 through Monday, Sept. 3 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle and Xbox will be there with demos, panels, and more.

The Xbox booth is in the North Hall on the 4th floor and it will have a number of playable demos, including:

“Forza Horizon 4” “Tom Clancy’s The Division 2” “Shadow of the Tomb Raider” “Devil May Cry 5” “NBA 2k19” “Metro Exodus” “Kingdom Hearts III” “Tunic” “Ooblets” “Kingdom Two Crowns” “Generation Zero” “Bendy and the Ink Machine” “Supermarket Frenzy” “My Time Portia” “State of Decay 2” Dlc

Pax attendees also have a chance to earn a “Cuphead” Pinny Arcade pin, participate in a “Tomb Raider”-themed scavenger hunt, and more.

Meanwhile, Mixer fans can meet up with some of their favorite broadcasters and possibly walk away with some free swag. Mixer partners, developers, and more will also appear on Pax’s main stage. Anyone not
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‘Deep State’: Walton Goggins To Star In Season 2 Of Fox Networks Group’s Thriller

  • Deadline
‘Deep State’: Walton Goggins To Star In Season 2 Of Fox Networks Group’s Thriller
Justified and Vice Principals alum Walton Goggins will headline and executive produce the upcoming eight-episode second season of Deep State, I have learned. The spy thriller, from Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa, airs in 50 markets across the region.

Goggins will take over for Mark Strong, who starred in the first season.

Co-created, directed and written by Matthew Parkhill (Rogue), Deep State is described as a grounded, visceral thriller, moving between the deeply personal story of a family man fighting to escape his past and the violent, dark excesses of government and global corporate power.

The first season centered around Max Easton (Strong), an ex-spy whose past comes back to haunt him when he’s summoned away from his new life in the Pyrenees by George White (Alistair Petrie), head of covert MI6/CIA team “The Section.” White convinces Max to return to the field to avenge the death of his estranged son Harry.
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Our Most Anticipated Fall 2018 Video Games

  • Cinelinx
While this year’s Summer gaming drought wasn’t as stark as year’s past, there’s no denying the ridiculous amount of hype-inducing games coming out this Fall. As we did with movies last week, our staff is taking a look at the video games they’re most excited to play as the leaves begin to change colors.

Summer, traditionally, is a great time to catch up on your backlog of games. With most studios holding off on major releases (aside from a few) during the Summer, most gamers know this time period to be relatively slower. That’s about to change. Next month alone is bringing a crazy amount of Aaa games, and it won’t slow down through the Holiday season.

The gamers on our team have been tasked with picking the five games they’re most excited to play this Fall:

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