The first trailer for the The Girl in the Spider’s Web is here. It’s the latest movie to focus on iconic hacker Lisbeth Salander, with The Crown star Claire Foy taking over the role last played by Rooney Mara in David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Despite the change of actress, the movie looks like it will be a similarly dark tale of crime and revenge. Salander is described as “the girl who hurts men who hurt women,” and this first trailer gives us a brutal taste of what to expect when it arrives in November 9. Check it out above.
The Girl in the Spider’s Web is directed by Fede Álvarez, who previously helmed 2016’s horror hit Don’t Breathe. The film also stars Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out), Stephen Merchant (Logan), Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread), and Sylvia Hoeks (Blade Runner 2049). It hits theaters on November 9.
The movie is based on the 2015 novel by David Lagercrantz, which was a continuation of the Millennium trilogy created by the late Stieg Larsson. Fincher’s 2011 adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was not a commercial success, and plans to adapt the next two books went no further, leading to this reboot. There was also a successful Swedish adaptation of Larsson’s trilogy, starring Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) as Salander.
Days Gone is looking more and more like fuel for your post-apocalyptic nightmares, and now we know when players will be able to get their hands on this PS4 exclusive. During its pre-E3 announcement video, PlayStation announced the game will release February 22, 2019. Get a look at the new release date trailer above.
Days Gone is set in an open world in the Pacific Northwest. The action-adventure/survival horror game puts you in the shoes of Deacon St. John, once an outlaw and now trying to survive in a devastated world. We don’t yet know what caused the apocalypse, but it’s resulted in some pretty scary occurrences. Freakers, zombie-like humans and animals that have become mindless and violent, travel the roads, and Deacon must evade and battle them. It looks like a challenge, as they tend to travel in fast-moving hordes, much like the zombies in World War Z.
While plot points are still mostly unknown, Sony is pitching Days Gone as a story-driven game, with a heavy emphasis on the “golden path” rather than on dozens of side quests like some other open-world games throw at you. In the release date trailer, we see new animal threats: mountain lions (or cougars) and infected ravens. There’s also an ambush event, as Marauders torch an old vehicle and roll it onto the highway trying to knock Deacon from his bike. We’re introduced to a new enemy human faction, called Rest In Peace, or R.I.P., who worship the Freakers and kill those who don’t.
The game was originally slated for release in 2018 but was pushed back to 2019 in March. It’s expected we could see more details about Days Gone revealed during Sony’s E3 press conference on Monday, June 11. You’ll be able to watch Sony’s press conference here, and for all the latest news and updates on Days Gone and other games, check out GameSpot’s full E3 coverage.
Futuristic combat racer Grip will launch this fall on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC, publisher Wired Productions announced today.
All told, Grip will feature 19 tracks on said alien worlds, which Wired Productions describes as “hostile.” Players will choose from a roster of 15 armored cars and will have 11 weapons and power-ups to help them survive the hazardous races. And similarly to Mario Kart 8, racing won’t be restricted to roads. Players will also be able to drive up ceilings and “anything else players can land their tires on.”
The sequel Top Gun: Maverick is set to feature a new version of the 1980s hit, Danger Zone.
Speaking to TMZ, the song’s original performer Kenny Loggins revealed he spoke to Tom Cruise about recording a new take on the song. Loggins is particularly interested in tag-teaming it with a fresh act.
“I met Tom Cruise on
, and I asked him that question,” Loggins said, talking about doing a new Danger Zone song. “He said, ‘Of course, we have to use Danger Zone.’
So I’m hoping to do it, maybe as a duet with a young act. I’d love to work with, well, there’s young and then there’s young. We have some feelers out to some pretty cool rock acts.”
Hi-Rez Studios has announced that its hit hero shooter, Paladins, is making its way to Nintendo Switch next week. Paladins will see its worldwide digital release on the Nintendo Switch on June 12, and features crossplay with the Xbox One version of the game. Pre-orders are now available on the Nintendo Switch’s, eShop.
The Nintendo Switch version of Paladins will run at 60 frames-per-second and is built from the ground up on a custom in-house port of Unreal Engine 3. Hi-Rez Studios has stated that the Switch version will offer the full Paladins experience while playing both docked and undocked mode.
Players will be able to gain access to the game by purchasing the Paladins Founder’s Pack on the Nintendo Switch’s eShop for $29.99. The Paladins Founder’s Pack includes all 36 Champions currently available in the game, as well as all future Champions and numerous Founder Exclusive cosmetic items. Hi-Rez Studios has also stated that it intends to offer a free-to-play version of Paladins on Nintendo Switch later this summer, and the recently announced Rise of Furia event will arrive later this month.
Set in 1980s Sweden, Generation Zero sees players taking on hostile robots in an open world.
After Avalanche Studios teased the game yesterday, the company behind Just Cause revealed today that Generation Zero is planned for release in 2019 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The self-published game allows for people to play alone or squad up with up to three friends for co-op.
Generation Zero will also offer a day/night cycle with weather conditions. Avalanche is utilizing the Apex engine for the game and promising that players can “lure, cripple, or destroy” the robot enemies. There seems to be some sort of loot mechanic in the game as well.
Jeremy Renner has revealed that he went to work on Avengers 4 with broken bones in both arms after an accident on the set of Tag.
Renner shared his injuries on Instagram when he sustained them while filming the upcoming action-comedy Tag last summer. Renner’s co-star, Jon Hamm, appeared on The Ellen Show last week, telling her that Renner injured himself three days into production and had to wear green screen casts so that they could be removed in post.
Entertainment Weekly reports that the accident happened during a stunt that involved the actor having to climb a stack of 20 to 30 chairs in a chase sequence. Renner explained that the rigging broke, saying, “I broke along with it and fell on the ground and broke my arms.
Justice League #1 hit stores this week (check out our review here), and the new series makes it abundantly clear that big changes are brewing in the DC Universe. From the death of a major villain to a grim vision of things to come, here are five major developments in DC’s epic Justice League relaunch.
Warning: this article contains full spoilers for Justice League #1!
The recent Dark Nights: Metal crossover ended with the Source Wall surrounding the DC Universe being breached and energy from the unknown realms beyond bursting through. That plot point is still very much at the forefront of this new series. Issue #1 opens with the Totality, a comet-like burst of energy from deep inside the Source, rocketing across the universe and being witnessed across multiple points in the DC timeline. The opening page showcases the futuristic Justice League of DC One Million, The Monitor from Crisis on Infinite Earths, Kamandi and Dr. Canus and a group of immortals (including Highfather, Hera, Ganthet and Phantom Stranger) all watching the Totality’s journey.