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Resident Evil Film Reboot Capcom

New Resident Evil movie announced

It wasn't enough to announce the series for Netflix, now Capcom brings the Resident Evil brand back to cinemas, announcing a new project. According to what reported by the Deadline website, the film production company Constantin Film has ...

The director of the new Planet of the Apes reveals a detail about the film

The new chapter of the Planet of the Apes was entrusted to Wes Ball, director of the trilogy of "The Maze Runner", and after the announcement it was not clear if it was a sequel to the saga that began in ...

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare - Review

The Call Of Duty saga has had several ups and downs over the years. To say that in the last period the brand was not going through a happy moment would be a real understatement. This Call Of Duty: ...
Mortal Kombat's film reboot has a release date

Mortal Kombat's film reboot has a release date

Mortal Kombat movies were a huge success in the 90s, especially for lovers of the video game saga. Those were years in which it was not so easy to find cinematographic transpositions of videogames and many ...

Arena - The remastered, the reboot and the remake

Good morning and good evening, I don't know when you will read these lines but let's start with a little introduction. Your dear Accattino Lyed (whose opinion is at the end of the article) welcomes you to a historical column ...

Gabe Newell: "Valve still has a lot of games to announce"

In recent months, Valve number one and discount lord Gabe Newell has been stranded in New Zealand due to the global pandemic, which has held him "hostage" ...

Cyberpunk 2077 - Johnny Silverhand Concept Art Revealed

Beyond all the controversy, the artistic work behind Cyberpunk 2077 has made its way into the hearts of many players, offering characters ...

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