EA has just released a new trailer for "FIFA 16" introducing the first ever female players to the football association video game series. EA Sports is bringing in female national team players for the first time in the game's two-decade history.
The game's publisher just released a trailer Thursday featuring 12 international teams from the U.S., Sweden, Australia, Spain, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Italy, England, Germany and France. The football simulator will hit the shelves Sept. 22.
Similar to male players in the game, the female footballers will appear like they do on the soccer pitch when representing their country during competition. more >>
Vincent D'Onofrio has just signed on to play a villain in the reboot of popular 70's TV series, "CHiPs."
Returning from a successful run as Netflix's "Daredevil" villain Wilson Fisk, Vincent D'Onofrio is moving on to another bad guy role as a former-cop-turned-auto-theft-boss in the movie reboot of hit television show, "CHiPs."
For D'Onofrio, who once patrolled the beat as volatile Detective Robert Goren in 141 episodes of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," taking on the role of an ex-cop is close to previous characters. more >>
Tilda Swinton is reportedly in talks to portray a Tibetan mystic in Marvel's "Doctor Strange."
Oscar winner Swinton is currently in negotiations to play the Ancient One, Doctor Strange's mentor in the Marvel movie of the same name.
The British actress will be co-starring opposite Benedict Cumberbatch, who signed on late last year to portray the title role of a former neurosurgeon-turned-Supreme Sorcerer and earth protector against mystical and magical threats. more >>
Google Maps users will soon be able to get offline search and support from the popular maps app soon.
Google has announced it will be introducing offline search and navigational support for their millions of users around the world with the next iteration of their Google Maps software.
While Google Maps for Android has enjoyed a kind of offline support since December 2010, it hasn't been comprehensive enough for most users. During its latest two-day I/O conference at the San Francisco Moscone Center that began May 28, the American multinational tech giant announced they will be offering better offline support for Maps before the year ends. more >>
Reports have emerged Chris Pine is in negotiations to co-star opposite Gal Gadot as the male lead in "Wonder Woman."
"Star Trek" actor, Chris Pine is reportedly in talks with Warner Bros. to co-star in the upcoming superhero film, "Wonder Woman."
The film has been the subject of much discussion ranging from fans' opinion of "Fast and Furious" actress Gadot being physically unsuited to the role of warrior Amazon, to the lack of a male lead. more >>
Twitter has launched its live streaming app, Periscope on Android devices earlier this week, allowing users to record broadcasts using their handheld devices.
After its debut two months ago, the Twitter-owned live streaming app, Periscope is now on Android, after the social networking service introduced the video streaming application to smartphones and tablets running Android OS.
Periscope took off 10 days into its initial launch in March 26, reaching a total of 1 million users, particularly among media personalities and celebrities. It also found popularity in pay-per-view piracy and citizen journalism. more >>