The Playstation 4 is getting a facelift. Sony will reveal a new slimmer version of the PS4 next month, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The new console, unofficially dubbed the PS4 Slim, will have the same exact specifications as the original PS4 but with a new thinner design. It will compete directly with…
We’ve seen the suit in action, we’ve seen concept art, we’ve even got nice and close up with his shiny new webshooters—and now, here’s your first poster for Spider-Man: Homecoming, featuring Peter Parker being the loveable dork he’s always been.
Spider-Man has many iconic enemies—one of them, the Vulture, will menace the new cinematic Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The Tinkerer is not on that list of iconic enemies and yet, here we are: he too will menace Spidey on the big screen.
Ghostbusters has been out for a bit now, and a new story from The Hollywood Reporter says that the movie is going to lose millions. As a result, a sequel has been put on the back burner—but Ghostbusters isn’t quite dead yet.
The Uncharted film’s new writer, Joe Carnahan, is looking for a little creative help in bringing the video game to life, so he’s reaching out to the source.
“What’s the best smartphone?” It’s a question I hear at least once or twice a month.
Rick Remender, Wes Craig, and Lee Loughridge’s Deadly Class has been one of the most interesting books coming out of Image Comics in the past few years—and it looks like Sony’s been paying attention. The company is now bringing it to TV, and have tasked Infinity War helmers Anthony and Joe Russo to produce it.
There’s a certain moment with Chris Hemsworth’s Kevin in the new Ghostbusters that was a pretty well-kept secret up to the film’s release—and a pretty ridiculous moment, at that. Also ridiculous? It apparently cost the production a lot of money.
Sometimes I wake up in a tizzy in the middle of the night, jolted awake with the anxiety that I am somehow separate from regular society because I fundamentally do not understand the appeal of Pokémon fucking Go. Welp, turns out I am. Because Pokémon Go is fucking unstoppable, and now, according to Bloomberg, Nintendo…
Be prepared for bustin’ to make you feel good once more. Following its opening weekend at the box office, the new Ghostbusters movie is apparently already doing well enough that a sequel is all but guaranteed.
It is delightful even when it’s a cover/parody done by four Japanese comics. I would listen to this a thousand times over that Fall Out Boy disaster they released last week.
Back in 2014, before Sony decided to let Marvel take the steering wheel of Spider-Man movie franchise, it had plans for the webslinger’s cinematic future. Big plans. Plans that included a spin-off movie based on the mercenary Silver Sable. Plans that may be back on.
Now that we actually live in a reality where Marvel’s Cinematic Universe can call itself home to the most iconic superhero in the world, it’s weird to look back at the time when Marvel and Sony’s relationship over Spider-Man was a bit frostier than it is now. Times have changed, though, and it seems like will be in…
The biggest comedic moment in The Angry Birds Movie happens when two characters find out the giant lake they’ve been swimming in is a massive pool of Mighty Eagle’s urine. They were spitting the water in each other’s mouths before that. Surely, The Angry Birds Movie only exists because of deep-seated insecurity.
Earlier this week we got a great look at the new Ghostbusters, but only the tiniest glimpse of the movie’s big new bad guy (bad ghost?). This new international trailer, however, gives us a few more jokes, a snifter of new footage, and a much clearer look at the dead, dapper foe.
The first trailer for the new Ghostbusters focused on this new group of heroes coming together as a team, but our latest look at the film dives a bit deeper into the story, and delivers a whole lot of Ghostbustin’ badassery to boot.
It’s easy to make fun of selfie-taking teens and Facebook friends, but the selfie style of photography isn’t going away anytime soon. That’s gotta be what Sony was thinking when it decided to announce the Sony Xperia XA Ultra.
“Ronald D. Moore, Bryan Cranston, and Philip K. Dick” are three names you probably never expected to see in the same sentence together. But that’s what’s happening as the longtime scifi producer and the acclaimed actor are teaming up to bring the legendary writer’s work to TV in a new anthology series for the UK.
Usually, this sort of talk would be passed off as wild dreams that could never happen. But apparently the teams behind Deadpool and the X-Men movies have already started laying out the groundwork for this classic comics team-up to happen on the big screen.
When Sony announced a release date for Playstation VR a few weeks ago, I felt simultaneously excited at the potential of the platform and skeptical about what Sony would actually be able to accomplish with nothing more than a giant headset, a Playstation 4 Camera, and the PS4's relatively middling power. Can it really…