Being one of the most-awarded games in the history of gaming, "The Last of Us" has gained a respectful number of fans all around the world, and with news of a movie and sequel's coming, the fandom could just get bigger.
Naughty Dog co-president Evan Wells confirmed last year that the movie is in the works. "Our partnership with Sam Raimi, Ghost House Pictures, and Screen Gems to develop a film based on 'The Last of Us' universe is a perfect fit," he said.
Published by Sony Computer Entertainment and with over 1.3 million units sold in its first week of release, Wells explained that the game has allowed them to talk to many companies about creating a film. The exec also said the Naughty Dog team is looking forward to the collaboration with Sam and his own team, as well as Screen Gems, for a movie "that will thrill fans of The Last of Us and general audiences worldwide." more >>
Eddie Redmayne said that being part of the "Harry Potter" spin-off film "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" is one of the best experiences he ever had. He said that getting cast in this movie is an "extraordinary" experience. He will soon be seen as Newt Scamander, the leading magizoologist, who travels the wizarding world looking for magical creatures.
In his latest interview with Entertainment Weekly, Redmayne said that he has always been a fan of the series written by the British author J.K. Rowling. "Like many people, I read those books, I watched those films, and became completely intoxicated by J.K. Rowling's world," the actor claimed. He added that he is extremely thrilled and hope it will be "quite a ride."
While the actor is delighted to share his excitement about being part of the Harry Potter franchise, he refused to offer further details about it. "I'm allowed to say absolutely nothing!" he clarified. more >>
The United States Men's National Team take to the pitch for the first time in more than a month as they host Peru in an international friendly.
To take place on September 4, 2015, kick-off is at 7:00 PM ET and will be held at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.
This is the first time the United States will have a match since crashing out of the CONCACAF Gold Cup competition. more >>
On the next episode of "Zoo" titled "Eats, Shoots, and Leaves," the synopsis reads Jackson gets injured during the escape from Zambia; unfortunately, the hospital the team takes him to is suddenly overrun by mutated animals.
The promo for the episode states that it is a special two-hour event. Mankind's time is up as places are being overrun by mutated animals with no escape. Things are looking grim as the team struggles to understand how to stop the mutated animals and the strange phenomenon that is happening.
In the previous episode of Zoo, it began with the gang as they put on masks, short-circuit a fence, and steal a bunch of animals as security went after them. Then it became 20 hours earlier in Boston when they were wondering how to get to Zambia. Everyone had a different idea as Chloe suggested using a freighter only if they were not in a hurry, while Mitch talked about the equipment they needed to cure the animals that most genetic labs have. more >>
In what could be the most tragic chapter in the manga series, the love of Zeref and Mavis gets more afflicted as spoilers hint that Mavis will cause the death of someone in the story.
Previously, Zeref commented on Mavis' actions, saying the latter "does not know how precious life is." Zeref already knows that Mavis is on the same boat as he is but decides to spill the remarks.
Yuri's wife, Rita, will be giving birth, and the couple will ask Mavis to give the baby a name. Mavis names the baby "Makarov," and looking at the baby, she begins to realize that life indeed is precious. more >>
The University of Tennessee has asked its teachers and students to start using gender neutral pronouns in a bid to create "inclusivity" within the campus.
Among the so-called gender neutral singular pronouns are: "ze," "hir," "hirs," "xe," "xem," and "xyr." The said pronouns are encouraged for use within the campus, while gender binary pronouns such as "he" and "she" are discouraged.
Donna Braquet, director of the Pride Center at the Knoxville university said in a post on the official website that the time has come for respect to be given to some students who identify otherwise from what is registered on their school records. more >>