In starting movie news, an either really sad or really funny Steve Carrel film is being made about a boy who finds a letter from John Lennon and Yoko Ono, who may or may not be really his dad.
These copies of London are hilarious
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A new film with Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley are coming out with...something called Last Night
These guys like Elder Scrolls...alot
Oldboy is apparently back on. The remake of one of the greatest action/drama films of the past decade. I dunno how it'll work for international audience, especially with the ending, unless they change it, which would be a fucking shame.
Dell is giving up support for the Blackberry which means that someone might be getting excited and more of the smartphone industry.
Obama's cheat sheet could have possibly killed the prop 19 legislation...or you know, people just unfortunately didn't want potheads in California.
The awesome guys from Spill.com did another review, this for the film Megamind, I personally feel half-hearted about it and I'm not sure if I'm gonna bother seeing it.
In Heavy Rain news, deleted scenes have been leaked:
Showing up on the PSN videos earlier this week, fills in a few gaps, but shows the guys at Quantic Dream really know what they're doing when it comes to Interactive storytelling.
In slightly depressing news, I gotta do all this in 10 years...but I've kinda mastered at least 3 of them, so it's okay, I guess.
In Activision is sane news, Activition expects the sales of Black Ops to be less than Modern Warfare 2, Gamespot, a US video game retailer, thinks otherwise. I think it's fair to say that it might sell less but...then this happened:
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Also crims are finding the game to be a really hot piece for the summer's crime-spree, yay! Crime spree!
Facebook and Twitter fail basic security tests when it comes to hacking into your account to nick your pics.
I mentioned earlier today about the Canadian developers who were proud of their heritage, well it turns out they're not a fan of the UK's upcoming idea for making video games an untaxable creation, under the media/creative arts law. Whilst I am for this act, alot of independent developers have gotten off the ground, to be honest I feel like it would just create a bigger monopoly for UK game studios such as Rockstar, to make more money and not really hand it off to the little guy in his bedroom.
In awww pics:
This cat ain't coming down till you get the creeper away from the house
Guillermo Del Toro is apparently making a game and will be announced at the VGA's later this year.
These are the most ungrateful kids in fucking history