Wednesday, Universal released the first trailer for horror movie "Ouija" based on the board game of the same name. It's the most recent game-to-movie adaptation for Hasbro after 2012's "Battleship" bombed at theaters and it won't be the only one coming to theaters. Show More Summary
Universal’s first experience adapting a board game to the big screen was not great. Battleship was savaged by critics and ignored by audiences, and any hope of a franchise went, ahem, down with the ship. But hey, if at first you don’t succeed… Another board game based movie is on the way, but instead of […]
The horror! By that, I'm not referring to anything that actually happens in this trailer, but the fact that board game movies didn't end with Battleship. Nope, now we've finally got a trailer for Ouija. I'm guessing that when it flops, everyone will act like so many Ouija board players and claim that they had no involvement in the movie. It must have been ghosts.
Remember when "Battleship" was turned into a movie in 2012? Later this year, mystery game Ouija is getting the same treatment. Universal just put out the first trailer for "Ouija," an adaptation of the Hasbro spirit talking board game that will be released in theaters this October. Show More Summary
Alotofyousquirtsareprobablytooyoungtorememberthoseheadydaysbackinaughteightoraughtninewhenitseemedlikeeverysumbitchwithapieceofcardboardandacoupleofplasticgamepieceswasgettingboughtforthemovierights.Butthen‘Battleship‘crashedandburnShow More Summary
Circulating the Internet today are details on how Dawn of the Planet of the Apes nearly ended. There was a battleship involved, and there’s actually a shot of it in the trailer. The image, combined with the fact that it was a kind of...Show More Summary
Weapons that shoot light rather than bullets are quickly becoming a reality, however their huge bulk and even larger energy consumption still demand that they be mounted on vehicles such as battleships and tractor trailers. But thanks to this newly developed optics system from the US Army Research Lab, tomorrow's battlefields could soon be crowded with light guns. Read more...
EA Sports has announced that PGA Tour, which is due out in 2015, will be the first game in the series to use DICE's Frostbite 3 Engine. Weirdly enough, that's not all the game's borrowing from Battlefield. A brief trailer shown at EA's...Show More Summary
Next entry in the golf series lets you drive your ball over a battleship. EA Sports has released a teaser trailer for its next PGA Tour golf game. Click here to read the full article
Have you been playing Battlefield 4 and wishing there were more maps and battleships and hovercrafts and junk? Well soon there will be. The Naval Strike expansion is coming on March 25th, and you can watch a trailer for it now and read what our official Battlefield 4 correspondent thinks.
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From the trailer, Alberto Venzago’s forthcoming film looks like a Battleship Potemkin for our times.
The 'Lone Survivor' trailer features Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Foster and Eric Bana as Navy SEALs, in a film based on real-events. Directed by Peter Berg (Hancock, Battleship).
After taking "Friday Night Lights" star Taylor Kitsch out to sea with the enormous flop "Battleship," director Peter Berg is going small-scale for his next military action pic, and he's bringing Tim Riggins along once again. "Lone Survivor" is the true-life story of four Navy SEALS trapped behind enemy lines in Taliban territory, completely outnumbered. [...]
Director Peter Berg‘s last movie was Universal’s gigantic Battleship. By comparison, his new movie, Lone Survivor, is really sneaking up on us. The first trailer for the film was released relatively quietly today, and it shows Mark Wahlberg in the role of a Navy SEAL on a mission to take out a Taliban figure. It’s [...]
At this year's E3 gaming expo, Wargaming.net showed off its latest PC title, World of Warships. The game's new trailer pissed off some gamers in Korea. Here's why. Read more...
On the list of things that sound terrible on paper, making a movie about LEGO sounds like it would pan out about as well as a movie about oh, let’s say Battleship. Well, they finally made The LEGO Movie (due out next February), and the first trailer … well, it looks REALLY good. It’s likeMORE
Now that Hollywood has officially decided to make entire films based around preexisting toys and board games like Transformers and Battleship, it was inevitable that we’d eventually get an animated Lego film. And get it we have, with the aptly (if not entirely creatively) titled The Lego Movie. And now we have the first trailer. [...]
Hey, what’s that? There’s a big game convention or something going on this week? Oh, cool. Normally E3 isn’t a bastion of MMOG news, but Wargaming.net never misses a marketing opportunity. But hey, why wait for the actual convention to start when you can just push out your trailer and beat the crowd? The official
DICE came on stage during Microsoft's E3 press conference earlier to show off a new single-player demo for Battlefield 4. It featured huge set pieces inside and eventually on top of a battleship, beautifully presented in the new Frostbite 3 engine. Show More Summary