Oblivion (I) (2013)
If you aren’t to sure about what The Elder Scrolls: Blades even is it wouldn’t be too surprising. We originally saw the game at Bethesda’s press conference nearly a year ago at E3 2018, but since then we have seen very little of it. The game was designed from the ground-up as a mobile and tablet experience that will be available on iOS and Android. We do know that the story is set between the events of Oblivion and Skyrim and that you take the role of a former agent of the exiled agent organisation,
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote stars Adam Driver (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) in the role of Toby and Jonathan Pryce (Pirates of the Caribbean) in the role of Don Quixote. I’ve always enjoyed Gilliam’s style, and as you’ll see in the trailer, you can tell that he had a lot of fun making it.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote tells the story of a deluded old man who is convinced he is Don Quixote,
Presented by Fathom Events and Screen Media Films, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is the story of Toby (Adam Driver), a cynical advertising director, who finds himself trapped in the outrageous delusions of an old Spanish shoe-maker (Pryce) who believes himself to be Don Quixote. In the course of their comic and increasingly surreal adventures, Toby is forced to confront the tragic repercussions of a film he made in his idealistic youth - a film that changed the hopes and dreams of a small Spanish village forever.
A sci-fi author's dispute may have revealed The Elder Scrolls 6's full name.
A sci-fi author named Jay Falconer is disputing a trademark application filed by Bethesda's parent company that possibly relates to the name of The Elder Scrolls VI. Falconer, the author of two books in the Redfall series, noticed that ZeniMax Media attempted to file a trademark for the word "Redfall" and claims that he and his lawyers attempted to work out a deal that was ignored by the company.
"My lawyers made attempts to contact gaming company to work out a simple licensing deal for them to use my Redfall name," Falconer said on Twitter. "They ignored me every time. Shame. Left me no choice. All could have been avoided. Just call my attorneys back."
This actually could prove to be quite the awkward situation for ZeniMax and Bethesda. The nature of this
The four-day frame, which has come alive in recent years with such opening hits as Universal’s Fifty Shades of Grey ($93M), Fox’s Deadpool ($152.1M) and last year’s Disney/Marvel epic Black Panther–the third-highest 4-day opener of all-time with $242.1M–is down a whopping 56% from a year ago with an estimated $151.1M.
A year ago at this time, Black Panther led all films to the 4-day holiday’s best result with $346.6M per ComScore. So much for playing outside the summer period, but it’s a product-driven business and when the goods aren’t there, few are leaving the house. The last Presidents Day Weekend stretch to gross this low was in 2001 with $147.1M per ComScore. The second weekend of MGM’s Hannibal ($33.5M) was the No. 1 film then.
Essentially this is what the February holiday
That’s why– just like in real life– some of your objectives are made clear to you, and others you need to discover for yourself. This is particularly the case where the more recent entries in the series are concerned. Indeed, many of the best (and worst) side quests in Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online are effectively secret content when you factor in the extra effort players need to undertake in order to access them.
As we’ve already hinted at above, some of these clandestine missions are more worthwhile than others.
That’s quite the lineup. We’ve had all of the above confirmed by production with the likes of Taylor-Johnson, Arterton, Tucci, Hollander, Aramayo and Hounsou the latest names in the mix.
The anticipated Marv and Fox prequel is set to explore the origins of the Kingsman organization in the early 1900s and up to Wwi with Dickinson starring as a character whose arc will resemble that of Taron Egerton’s Gary “Eggsy” Unwin in the previous films. It will
The movie is an adaptation of the George Saunders short story, which is “set in the near future, when convicts are offered the chance to volunteer as medical subjects in hopes of shortening their sentences. When one prisoner finds himself the test patient for a new pharmaceutical capable of generating feelings of love, he begins questioning the reality of his emotions and sets out to discover the truth.”
That certainly sounds like and interesting story to tell, one that will be perfect for Kosinski to take on. I’ve really enjoyed the films that Kosinski has made. I like his visual and storytelling style.
According to Deadline,
Spiderhead takes place in a near-future where convicts are offered the opportunity to reduce their sentences by serving as medical test subjects. However, when one prisoner finds himself the test patient for a new drug capable of generating feelings of love, he begins questioning the reality of his emotions and sets out to discover the truth.
Kosinski will start work on the project once he completes the Tom Cruise sequel Top Gun: Maverick, and casting is expected to get underway shortly. Reese and Wernick will produce the film alongside Eric Newman (Bright), along with Jeremy Steckler of Conde Nast Entertainment.
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Sources said that the project is fast tracked for Kosinski to direct after he finishes post on Top Gun: Maverick, the long awaited sequel that brings back Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer, with Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm and Miles Teller starring. He’ll begin casting the new film shortly.
Spiderhead is set in the near future, when convicts are offered the chance to volunteer as medical subjects in hopes of shortening their sentences. When one prisoner finds himself the test patient for a new pharmaceutical capable of generating feelings of love, he begins questioning the reality of his emotions and sets out to discover the truth.
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Kurylenko will play a courier in the story “whose daily deliveries are interrupted when she discovers that her latest package is a bomb aimed at killing a witness who is about to testify against a ruthless crime lord".
As you might imagine, Oldman will be playing the crime lord, so we’ll get to see the actor play a villain again, which is always fun.
The UK action-thriller will start shooting in London next month under the direction of Zackary Adler (Rise of the Footsoldier III).
Kurylenko will play a courier whose daily deliveries are interrupted when she discovers that her latest package is a bomb aimed at killing a witness who is about to testify against a ruthless crime lord, played by Darkest Hour star Oldman.
Additional casting is under way on the film, which comes from Signature Films, the production arm of UK distributor Signature Entertainment, and new UK outfit Rollercoaster Angel Productions.
Directed by Zackary Adler (Rise of the Footsoldier III), the film will be produced by Marc Goldberg (Final Score), James Edward Barker (Mara), David Haring (Pandas) and Andrew Prendergast (An American Exorcism). Douglas Urbanski (Darkest Hour), Oldman’s long-term producing partner, will serve as executive produce. Script comes from Andy Conway and Nicky Tate. Capstone Group spinoff Blue Box is handling international sales.
All this isn’t to say the games are disconnected. Many of the challenges and crucial moments caused by the Oblivion Crisis directly lead to the world we find in Skyrim two centuries later. That’s kind of amazing considering the gap in time and the fact we’ve gone from traditional medieval fantasy to the frigid Nordic lands more akin to the Beowulf legends. While some mega-fans might seek these connections, not all of them are so easy to find or will even make sense when taken alone. And that’s why we’re here.
The co-pro market, which will see 600 international producers and financiers to come together to explore new partnerships, will host 37 feature film projects. Notably, 20 female filmmaker, 49% of selected titles, are represented.
Schwochow is hosting Je Suis Karl, which is produced by Germany’s Pandora Film Produktion; Geffen has A Responsible Adult, a family drama set against the backdrop of Israel’s mythical Masada plateau with Israel’s Marker Films; Mitre is shopping Petite Fleur from France’s Maneki Films and Argentina’s La Uniòn de los Rìos, and Pasolini is directing Nowhere Special from UK’s Red Wave Films.
The 20 female filmmakers include Marcela Said from Chile, Elina Psykou from Greece, Júlia Murat from Brazil,
The other five contestants will continue on in the competition in coming weeks. We won’t know who they are till they are eliminated or, in the case of one of them, win the show. If you can’t wait till then to find out, then keep reading.
We’ve analyzed the clues that each gave to their identities before they performed as well as the comments of the four judges. We’ve already posted our theories on who the
An official selection of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Arctic marks the feature debut of writer and director Joe Penna, creator of the innovative and popular YouTube channel MysteryGuitarMan. Mads Mikkelsen delivers an engrossing tour de force performance as Overgård, a resourceful yet increasingly desperate man stranded in a remote, snow-covered wilderness.
Filmed in Iceland under grueling conditions, Arctic is a captivating,white knuckle cinematic experience that explores our insurmountable will to survive and overcome. The film is directed by Joe Penna from a script he co-wrote with Ryan Morrison.
Well, I’ve got some great news for all of you Gilliam fans out there! Screen Media picked up the North American rights to the film and they have partnered up with Fathom Events to give the film a theatrical release in March 2019! This is great news!
David Fannon, President of Screen Media had this to say in a statement:
“Terry Gilliam is a true auteur and his latest film does not disappoint. It is the perfect pairing of a film with a filmmaker, the story of Don Quixote, a man who believes in things that seemingly no one else believes in,
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