Quick News: Disturbed Hits Record Sales Milestone + Deadpool 2 Box Office + Stranger Things Producers Team Up to Adapt Stephen King + More!

    • Deadpool 2 has made a record with its box office. The foul-mouthed superhero flick has hit $705 million worldwide. That passes 2017’s IT which was #3 highest grossing rated R movie. Now Deadpool 2 is #3 right behind the first Deadpool with $783 million and The Matrix Reloaded with $742 million. Rated R movies are on the rise in making a huge splash at the box office, especially with the Deadpool franchise.
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      • The upcoming Spider-Man game by Insomniac left a major impression on everyone at E3 this year. The video that shows gameplay and a cutscene were left with a cliffhanger as to who the mystery villain could be. In a recent video between popular Call of Duty player Dritft0r and actor Jai Alex. The two were mostly talking about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 but since Jai acts in both Black Ops 4 and Spider-Man he let something slip. He says, “The fight sequence was particularly hard because everyone is scaled differently, you know? Doctor Octopus is really tall. Rhino is big…” Jai could have been using an example, but it sounds like Doctor Octopus will be in the game. Fans of Spider-Man figure it would be Doctor Octopus due to the Sinister Six being involved in the game, and in many comics, he is the leader of the team of supervillains. Marvel’s Spider-Man released on September 7, 2018, on PS4.
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      • Disturbed have announced that two of their albums have hit major milestones. Guitarist Dan Donegan confirmed on Instagram that their albums The Sickness and Ten Thousand Fists have reached the massive sales numbers. The band’s debut album The Sickness has reached 5X’s platinum in the U.S. and their third record Ten Thousand Fists has been certified double platinum. Each platinum record means a million album sales. The band has been a major player in rock and metal since 2000 with every album since the second record Believe has reached debuted number one on the Billboard 200.


      • Kevin Feige has let the world in on a ton of information involving the MCU. In an interview with Collider, Kevin gives some insight to the next Spider-Man, the upcoming Ant-Man sequel, and Avengers 4. He gives a rough idea when the title for Avengers 4 by saying, “That’ll be after the Captain Marvel teaser, probably. Announcing that title, it’ll be towards the end of the year, with however we launch that film.” With the year already halfway over, fans will not have much longer to get the title that will conclude this current phase of the MCU along with ending the lives of several heroes in the universe.


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      • In a recent report by Deadline, 20th Century Fox is finalizing a deal to adapt Stephen King’s short story The Boogeyman. The film will be worked on by the producers of the horror movie hit A Quiet Place along with the producers of the Netflix series Stranger Things. With both groups being experts in the supernatural and horror genres, this seems like the perfect match. The short story was first published in 1973 which follows a man whose children were murdered by a creature in the closet. No further details as to when we will see the film, but with Stephen King adaptions being in high demand after IT, Fox will want to get this project started right away.


      • The metalcore band Fit for a King have wrapped the new album and given a lot of details about the record. The album will be titled Dark Skies and will be released on September 14, 2018. The album will be the band’s fifth release while continuing the song progress they had made in their 2016 release Death Grip. Get all of the details and pre-order the album here.


That is it for news this week. What do you think of the possible Boogeyman adaption? Are you going to be excited to listen to the new Fit for a King? What do you think of Doctor Octopus being in the new Spider-Man game? Comment below on what you think of these stories.

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Quick News: Crackdown 3 Delayed Again + Killswitch Engage Sign to Metal Blade + Spider-Man Spinoff Movies Dropped + More!

    • People have been talking about the possibility of the next Devil May Cry, and now it looks like this might happen. On May 18, Capcom registered a domain for Devil May Cry 5. The domain was spotted by ResetERA. As of recently, the domain was spotted on Capcom’s servers by MysticDistance on Twitter. The site does not direct to anywhere, but these are signs of the possibility of an announcement will be coming soon. With E3 around the corner, this will be our best bet to hear about the next installment in the Devil May Cry series.


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      • Sony is starting to build their own films surrounding the iconic hero, Spider-Man. Nobody knows where they are going with these movies because Tom Holland is with Marvel and none of these movies are supposed to have any version of Spider-Man in them. Then there is the animated movie coming out later this year and Venom with Tom Hardy. Recently Sony has taken off one of their upcoming spinoffs, Silver & Black from the schedule. The films were supposed to be released in February of next year, but have been removed from the calendar. The report came in from Deadline who broke the news about the spinoff. Instead of opening on February 8, the film will go back into development. Instead, Tom Hanks’ upcoming WW2 flick Greyhound will release on that date. Initially, Sony had big plans with Amazing Spider-Man 3 and Sinister Six, along with Silver & Black which would feature Black Cat and Silver Sable. The news about the upcoming spinoff will increase the confusion that people have about Sony’s plans for their spinoffs in the world of the web swinging hero.


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      • On May 31 at a Ghost concert in Milwaukee, an attendee of the show Jeffery Fortune had died at the show. The band’s fans have come together to help raise money for Jeffery’s family on GoFundMe and shattered the goal. The initial goal of the campaign was to raise $1,000. As of writing, $9,726 has been raised by the Ghost fan base. During the band’s set, Jeffery collapsed and was unconscious. Fans were rushed out of the venue while CPR was performed. Jeffery was transported to the hospital where he had passed away at 52 years old. During the emergency, Ghost had stopped the show altogether and did not continue after Jeffery was transported out of respect. My condolences go to his friends and family.


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      • The beloved metal band Killswitch Engage have signed onto Metal Blade Records, while their international affairs will be handled by Sony Music Entertainment. This grows and an already strong roster that Metal Blade holds in the metal world with bands such as Whitechapel, The Black Dahlia Murder, and Cannibal Corpse. Metal Blade CEO and founder Brian Slagel made a statement about the band signing on by saying, “I have been a huge fan and friend of Killswitch for a long time, so it is truly an honor to be able to work with them. So happy to welcome them to the Metal Blade family.” Having this well-respected label is not only great for Killswitch but is just as good for the label as well.


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      • Earlier this week Kotaku made a report that inside sources of Microsoft have told them that Crackdown 3 will be delayed. A lot of speculation circulated about the story because the game has been pushed back so many times already. As of recently, Microsoft has confirmed this is the case. Microsoft says in their confirmation, “Our fans’ response to the signature antics and explosive gameplay of Crackdown 3 has been incredible. To ensure we deliver the experience they deserve, Crackdown 3 will be launching in Feb 2019. We look forward to sharing more on Crackdown 3 this Sunday during the Xbox E3 2018 briefing.” The news is quite shocking because Microsoft has been quite light on their exclusives for the Xbox One. Now the year is even lighter for Microsoft with one of their most anticipated games being delayed to February of next year. The blow will be significant, so they need to make sure that Crackdown 3 does well. The game was initially supposed to come out back in November 2017, but now the almost two-year delay could hurt them.


We managed to get through some highlights of the week today. A lot has happened, so be sure to comment what you think about these stories. How do you feel about Crackdown 3 being delayed again? Are you disappointed or just don’t care about what Sony is doing with their Spider-Man spinoffs? Comment all of your thoughts below.

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Quick News: Fallout 76 Announced, Andrew Lincoln Leaves The Walking Dead, Next Batman Movie Villain? + More!

    • The comic book character Spawn is getting another movie. The last time we saw the character brought to the big screen was in 1997 and was widely hated. Spawn recieved a 34% on Metacritic and an 18% on Rotton Tomatoes. Todd McFarlane is set to make his debut in the director’s chair with his take on the antihero. Just recently Jamie Foxx is set to star as Al Simmons who turns into Spawn after his death. Todd is best known for writing the animated series Spawn and the upcoming Venom movie with Tom Hardy. There is not much more infomration on the film, but keep an eye out as more updates arrive.
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      • For the longest time Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has been the main protagonist for AMC’s The Walking Dead. It has been confirmed that Andrew will exit the show sometime in season 9. Fans can expect him to be in about six more episodes before he is no longer in the show. After being a part of a long running series like TWD, it is not a huge surprise that a main cast member wants out. Another cast member is set to leave too which is Lauren Cohan who plays Maggie. Maggie was introduced in season 2, so she has been around for a long time at this point. With such main cast members leaving, AMC has given Norman Reedus the main leading role to hold up the show for future seasons. The show will need a strong character like the beloved Daryl since the show is planned to last at least 12 seasons. Robert Kirkman, author of the comics, has said back in 2016 that the show will go on well into the 2020s. Even with Andrew and Lauren parting ways with one of the biggest shows on tv, we can expect to see plenty of more zombies in our future.
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      • Bethesda made a huge announcement earlier this week with Fallout 76. Not much is known about this new Fallout. The company had a long stream on Twitch that lasted for hours. Thousands of people came to watch a stream of a dark room with a bobblehead from the games. Eventually creative director Todd Howard came on screen to let everyone know that they are here to announce their latest project. Then a tease trailer for the new entry in the Fallout series played. Not much is known about the new entry, but with the title not being Fallout 5, people are speculating that we are getting something different. A lot of people are guessing this could be an online game similar to Elder Scrolls Online. Based on a clock the date marks the game to take place before the events of the original Fallout game from 1997. Bethesda will have plenty to show at E3 this year such as some more information on this mysterious Fallout game. The conference for Bethesda will start at 6:30pm PT on June 10. You can view the trailer below:


      • Ubisoft has announced the next title in the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Well, the company was forced to announce after a leak of a key chain that reveals the next game is called Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. The game is taking place in ancient Greece. The teaser video shows a Spartan kicking a Persian man with the same style as 300. The game was also leaked by Walmart which leaked many other potential games. That leak was the same that came out before the official announcement of Rage 2. Word has it that some characters from Origins will come out in Oddyssey. More information will come out on the game during Ubisoft’s E3 conference will kick off at 1pm PT on June 11.


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      • Matt Reeves is making more progress with his untitled Batman solo movie. Rumor has it that he is setting his eyes on the Penguin to feature as the film’s main antagonist. The rumor comes from Variety’s Justin Kroll, who tweeted: “Take this with a grain of salt as things are constantly changing in the DCEU but I’m hearing the Penguin is possibly the choice to play the main villain in THE BATMAN. Sources add even if Reeves decide to go another route the studio could then make him the main villain in BOP (sic)”. Justin has been known to be on point with his reports with film, so this could be credible. Also, what makes Penguin a likely character to face off against our dark hero is the tone of the film. Penguin is just a crime boss with a few quirks that make him a major comic book villain. News broke that Reeves threw out Ben Affleck’s script to write his own. He has publically stated that this will be a noire styled superhero flick. Having Penguin as the antagonist could go with the noire theme that Matt is going for. Even then the script is still being worked on, so we will not be certain who will face Batman in the upcoming movie.


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That is it for this week’s roundup. A lot is happening in the leadup to E3 which starts in two weeks. What are you looking forward to the most this E3? How do you feel about the possibility of having Penguin be the antagonist of Matt Reeves’ Batman? Comment below what you think about these stories.

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Quick News: PlayStation 5 is Coming? + Jake Gyllenhaal in Spider-Man? + Boba Fett Movie Gets a Director + More!

  • Since the post-credit scene from Spider-Man: Homecoming, fans have speculated that the villain for the next film would be Scorpion. Now it seems Mysterio will be the villain, and a high profile actor is in talks to play the supervillain. Jake Gyllenhaal is currently in talks to play as the iconic antagonist. Mysterio is a man named Quentin Beck, a special effects expert who uses who skills to commit crimes. The upcoming Spider-Man sequel is set to release on July 5, 2019.


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  • Resident Evil 7 is being ported to the Nintendo Switch. The catch is that the game is only going to be available in Japan. To make it weirder is that the game is a cloud version that players can rent. The version will come with the base game and the DLC with some added features for the Joy-Cons. Players will only be able to rent the game for 180 days for 2,000 yen. As of writing, it is unknown whether this version for the Switch will appear outside of Japan, so keep an eye out!


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  • After weeks of Avengers: Infinity War dominating the box office, Deadpool 2 comes in to have a phenomenal opening weekend. Deadpool 2 won the domestic box office with $125 million in its opening weekend. Worldwide the film earned $176 million to make for a total of $301 million for the foul-mouthed hero. While the first film earned more on its opening weekend with $132 million, Deadpool 2 still manages to have one of the biggest opening weekends for a rated R movie. This trend is happening more and more with rated R movies smashing the box office. Just last year IT dominated the box office domestically one the opening weekend with $123 million and ended up earning $700 million worldwide by the end of its run in theaters.  We can expect to hear more news like this for rated R movies in the future especially when X-Force and It: Chapter 2 are released.


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  • The past few months have been full of rumors about the next PlayStation. Now we are getting some rough details on what the next generation of consoles will look like for Sony. CEO of Sony Interactive, Tsuyoshi “John” Kodera, says, “We will use the next three years to prepare the next step, to crouch down so that we can jump higher in the future.” While the PlayStation 4 has sold incredibly well with over 79 million units, this is the time we see consoles die down a bit. Usually, a console generation lasts about 5-7 years. The last generation was unusually long, but the standard timeline might be going back into place. Of course, the timeframe for console generations is not an exact science and Sony are making a ton of money off of the PlayStation 4. They had previously said that the console is in its last phase, but it appears the last phase will still extend for at least three years. So, there is no need to bury your PS4 yet to get ready for the next console. A focus will be on exclusives until the PS5 becomes a reality.


  • Solo just released and Lucasfilm are already discussing the next spin-off movie for Star Wars. The legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett is getting his own movie. Hollywood Reporter has reported that James Mangold will be writing and directing the next film that will release sometime after Episode 9. James Mangold has earned his reputation for a variety of films, but most recently he directed Hugh Jackman’s last film as Wolverine, Logan. Not much is known about the project, but that has not stopped fans from speculating. Currently, people generally think the film will take place before A New Hope. When news comes out about casting or the story is unknown because there was a lack of marketing for Solo. If this approach will continue is unknown, but we can expect the movie to come out around 2020.


  • A Las Vegas show for Life of Agony was canceled after a terrorist threat. The band was scheduled to play on May 19 at the Las Vegas’ Beauty Bar. Las Vegas Now reported that the show had to be canceled after a local high school teacher made some threats to go there to shoot and kill as many people as she could. On May 16, Leslie McGourty was arrested after some of her threatening texts were reported. Some of her texts said, “The timing couldn’t be any better and the irony of it all, it’s all perfect. A perfect plan with my favorite song surrounded by a bunch of fucked up misfits like I am. Imagine knowing exactly the moment that you’re going to die. I know exactly that your favorite song will be playing, by your favorite band. It’s just too perfect.” Her friend who was receiving the texts reported the messages right away to the police. The band is safe and concluded the rest of their tour on May 22. You can see any other future shows coming up here.


That is it for this week’s news roundup. A lot of people are not excited about a Boba Fett movie, so how do you feel about it? Were you one of the many people, myself included, who saw Deadpool 2 on its opening weekend? What do you think of Jake Gyllenhaal of potentially playing as Mysterio in the next Spider-Man movie? Comment below on any of the stories here that interested you.

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Quick News: Rage 2 Announced + Zombieland 2 Date + No Borderlands 3 at E3? + Jonathan Davis Wants a Metal Musical + More!

  • After some rumors and some mysterious teases from Bethesda, Rage 2 is official. A game that most people forgot or had on the back of their minds, but we have two trailers of the upcoming open-world shooter. The Mad Max looking shooter is full of color and destruction, other than that not much is known about the post-apocalyptic game. Id Software and Avalanche Studios are the developers while Bethesda is publishing. The game is scheduled to come out Q2 2019 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. You can watch the gameplay trailer below:


  • One of the most iconic and popular shows to ever feature on Adult Swim was Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law. From its run that started in 2000 and abruptly ended in 2007, the show is being brought back. This time Harvey will have a slightly different job. The title of the new show is Harvey Birdman, Attorney General. Well, the show is not returning for a new series, but the return is a special episode coming this fall that will reunite the original cast of the show. None-the-less the fans of the original will be happy. Also, nobody knows if this is successful enough then a proper show could happen.


  • For years since the release of the zombie comedy Zombieland back in 2009, fans have wanted a sequel. A TV series was supposed to come, but after a dud of a pilot, the show was dropped. Now we have confirmation that a sequel to the film will arrive October 2019, just in time for the ten year anniversary. The new movie will bring back the original cast along with the original writers. Zombieland has launched Rhett Reese and Paul Wenrick’s careers. They have been busy with movies like the Deadpool movies, but now they have time to deliver fans what they have been wanting. The original film was a surprise hit that blew everyone away. With a budget of $23.6 million, while earning $102.4 million at the box office, it is a surprise that a second installment has taken this long. Fans are finally getting what they want, and the wait is only a little more than a year.


  • Jonathan Davis is quite the busy guy. His solo album Black Labyrinth is on its way soon. On top of that, he is working on the next album for Korn.  With all of that work, the man is looking further down the road for his next project. He is thinking about creating a “dark metal musical.” In an interview with Kerrang he says, “A long time ago, I was talking to Clive Barker about doing a dark, fucked-up musical, but people get busy, and it didn’t happen.” Until this happens, we will have plenty of work to listen to with Jonathan’s solo album and the next Korn record.


  • To end on a sad note with these next two stories, we have a new development on what to expect at E3. Gearbox has confirmed that we will not see Borderlands 3 at E3. Last week, a Walmart in Canada leaked that a bunch of games will be at E3. One of those games was Borderland 3. Some of the games on the list were accurate such as Rage 2, but this one has been shut down by developer Gearbox. On Twitter Randy Pitchford, Gearbox CEO confirmed that we would not be getting the game at E3 this year. After announcing the game a few years ago and fans have been waiting nearly six years for a proper sequel, we will have to wait a bit longer. E3 this year will run through June 12-14 to give journalists and gamers all of the information they need about upcoming games.


  • A major surprise that came last E3 was Metro Exodus. The reveal of the post-apocalyptic shooter made fans excited that they will dive into this world for the third time. The original release date was meant to come fall 2018. Now THQ Nordic confirmed this in an earnings report that Metro Exodus will be slated for a Q1 2019 release date. The company released a statement to clarify on their website.  In this statement, they said, “The development of Metro Exodus is progressing well; we are all really excited by what we are seeing. We have been constantly reviewing the games progress to ensure that we deliver a product that gamers and fans of the Metro series want and deserve, as well as keeping an eye on announcements from our competitor products. We want everyone to be able to experience what is the most ambitious Metro game to date at its absolute best, and therefore we have taken the decision to move the release date to Q1 2019.” As disappointing the news is, at least it should be out at the beginning of the year.


That is it for this week’s news roundup. What do you think of not seeing Borderlands 3 at E3? Are you excited about the idea that Jonathan Davis might make a musical? Will you be playing Rage 2 when it comes out? Be sure to comment on any of these stories below.

Quick News: Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny Sequel + Cast Updates on Tarantino Film + Destiny 2 Warmind Negative Reactions + More

  • After 12 years, Tenacious D has announced a sequel to their movie, Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. The film was initially released back in 2006 in which it bombed financially with just earning $14 million out of a $20 million budget. Along with doing poorly at the box office, the film received negative reviews overall. Despite the problems the film faced, it has achieved cult status, especially among Tenacious D fans. This is due to excellent songs from the group and some great cameos such as Dave Grohl from Foo Fighters, Ronnie James Dio, and Meat Loaf. Jack Black made the announcement by saying, “I don’t know where you’ll be able to see it, but we have decided that it’s happening and it’s coming out,” Black said onstage at the Shaky Knees Music Festival yesterday (May 6). This is a major surprise for fans of the comedy music group, but it should be a lovely gift in October for fans who have been wanting a sequel for the past decade.
  • God of War announced a while back there would be a photo mode, now the update has arrived. Patch 1.20 adds a few tweaks here and there, but the big attraction is the new photo mode to take beautiful shots of an already gorgeous game. A variety of customization options are available which is common for any photo mode. Besides the standard filters and other options you may see in other games, you are able to change Kratos and Atreus’ faces. For once you get to see Kratos smile and make goofy faces, which might be a little disturbing. You can download the patch now and start taking photos.
  • Five out of six of the original cast of The Avengers have gotten matching tattoos. The group got the tattoo for the success of the latest film Avengers: Infinity War and the ten years they have spent in these roles. Robert Downey Jr. told Entertainment Weekly about the process behind it. Robert says, “Five of the original six Avengers got a tattoo,” Robert Downey Jr. exclusively tells EW. “And the sixth was the tattoo artist, who gave it to five of us, the one who opted out being Mark Ruffalo. It was (Scarlett) Johansson’s idea, and she and (Chris) Evans did it in New York. Then, their New York guy, Josh Lord, who is amazing, flew out to LA, he did me, did (Jeremy) Renner, and then we just bullied (Chris) Hemsworth into doing it, and he got it.” Here you can view Robert Downey Jr. getting his tattoo by Josh Lord.


  • A new update has been made about the new film that Quentin Tarantino is making, Once Upon a Time. It was already confirmed that Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt would be in the film, and rumors about Margot Robbie circulated. She now has confirmed she will be playing Sharron Tate in the upcoming film that circulates around the time of the infamous Charles Manson murders. Timothy Olyphant is in negotiations to play a leading role, but nothing is confirmed whether he will have a part or not in the film as of yet. Tarantino is known for his dialog, violence, and getting a huge cast full of A class stars. It is rounding out to be quite a considerable ambition as always for the filmmaker. Once Upon a Time will be his ninth movie and he says that once the tenth film is made, then he will retire. Once Upon a Time .is going to start filming this summer and be released August 9, 2019.


  • Fans have been hammering Destiny 2 for a while, and now there is a new outrage towards the game. The new DLC, Warmind, is quite disappointing to players. Many assets are reportedly reused from the base game. The DLC was supposed to offer a new campaign, new strikes, and other content. Two of the strikes are being reported that they are just the last two levels of the main campaign. The new campaign takes places in an area from the original game. A new unique strike is available, but that is only for PS4 players. Both games in the series so far have come under controversy over content and players continue to be angry towards. The first game recovered towards the end of its cycle by revamping the game and for the most part delivering a satisfying experience to its fan base. However, the second game had its praise when it was released, but shortly after players started to see some flaws. As more content was added like Warmind, the problems grew more apparent.


That is it for this week for the news roundup. Have you played the new DLC for Destiny 2 and what do you think of it? Are you excited for Tarantino’s next film for 2019? Or are you just waiting for the new Tenacious D movie? Comment below what you think of these stories.

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Quick News: Deadpool 3 Not Happening? + Gibson Files Bankruptcy + God of War Sales + More!

  • With Deadpool 2 coming shortly and X-Force in the future, surely we will get another standalone sequel to the foul-mouthed anti-hero, well we are not sure. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Reynolds discussed the character’s future. Despite unconditionally loving playing his dream role, the future is not what people have expected. Here is what Ryan Reynolds had to say: “I don’t know that there would be a Deadpool 3. I really don’t,” says Reynolds. “I feel like the character, in order for him to function properly within his own universe, you need to take everything away from him. I don’t think that you can keep doing that. I do see him as being a part of X-Force, obviously. I would love to see him in a team-up sort of thing, like a mano a mano or a great female character from the X-Men universe. I just think if you’re going to do another Deadpool solo film, you’ve got to really, like, get that budget down to nothing and just swing for the fences, and break all kinds of weird barriers, and do stuff that no one else can do.” Things are not entirely sure about there being no third film, but things do seem bleak for the next solo film for the character. Deadpool 2 comes out May 18, so be sure to buy your tickets soon!


  • God of War has crushed a record for the PS4. After three days, the game has sold 3.1 million copies. That makes it the fastest selling exclusive on the console. The news comes from PlayStation themselves. Santa Monica Studios who developed the game had a statement from the head of the company, Shannon Studstill who says, “I would like to personally thank the millions of fans around the world who decided to embark on Kratos’ latest adventure with us. Your support is truly inspiring, and it’s a reason why we push ourselves every day to go beyond the boundaries of play. I’d also like to thank our Creative Director, Cory Barlog, and Director of Product Development, Yumi Yang and our entire amazing team at Santa Monica Studio. The belief in the game’s vision and the passion for storytelling across the team is undeniable. We look forward to hearing more about how fans are creating new memories of their favorite God of War gameplay moments that will be remembered for a long time.” With the fantastic news about how well the game is doing is an excellent sign that there are more adventures for Kratos. If you have not bought your copy, then you can check out my review for the game here.


  • It is not a surprise that Avengers: Infinity War is crushing at the box office. The gigantic superhero flick has smashed the previous record holder for the biggest opening weekend in the USA which was The Force Awakens. The opening weekend numbers in the USA were at about $250 million while The Force Awakens opened with $247 million. Just this Monday the film hit $750 million worldwide and $83 million the next day. The film is tracking to hit a 1 billion by this weekend. The current record holder for the fastest for a billion is The Force Awakens by reaching those numbers in 12 days. It is safe to assume that this will be another record crushed by Avengers. If you need anymore motive to see the film, then check out my non-spoiler review here.


  • People say that nobody buys music, and it is all illegal downloads, but Breaking Benjamin just proved those people wrong. The rock group just released a brand new album Ember (my review is here), and the album is crushing sales numbers. The album charted at #1 on Top RockAlternative, and Hard Rock. The record sold 88,000 copies in the week of April 19. This will make for the band’s third time topping at  #1 on Top rock and alternative charts. The band’s first album Phobia and the 2015 album Dark Before Dawn had reached #1 on top rock. 2009’s Dear Agony had reached #1 on the alternative rock chart.  With the current track record the band has, it seems the only direction they will go in the future will be up.


  • CD Projekt Red who have developed The Witcher games and the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 have listed some mysterious game to show at E3. To be honest, we can all assume it is their forthcoming sci-fi game Cyberpunk 2077. All it really says is that they will be showing an RPG that comes out for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Another reason to suggest that the game is Cyberpunk is that the game’s official Twitter is alive after a long time of being dormant. E3 starts June 12 to June 14, so we do not have to wait that much longer to see what CD Projekt has up their sleeve.


  • Now to end on a sad note. Guitar maker Gibson Brands Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Reported from Variety that this past Tuesday the legendary guitar company has filed bankruptcy after a devestating financial fall. The company requested protection from creditors, which will allow the company to survive. Despite the past few years the company has fallen down a bad path financially, the CEO Henry Jeszkeiwicz seems hopeful. He says he believes in the “company’s long-term stability and financial health.” Hopefully, he is right because this is horrible news to musicians and music lovers around the world. The company has many signatures that are legendary, so hopefully, there is a bright future one day.


That is it for the news. How do you feel about Ryan Reynolds’ comments about the future of Deadpool? What are some of your thoughts on Gibson filing from bankruptcy? Comment below on any of these stories or anything I may have missed that caught your eye.

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