Playing online games, alone and with friends, is among the most common hobbies we all have. The market of gaming is developing constantly. The board games and trivia games were already some of the popular pastime games, now new online games have made a new entry. Card games and role play games are possible to play on smartphones and tablets. Now the number of mobile gamers is rising exponentially, the game developers are trying hard to supply qualitative engaging games. On our website, we always guide you about some blockbuster games that require lots of time. However, with this article, we are going to tell you what are some cool pastime games that can be played within a few minutes.
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Many have begun decrying Ryan Reynolds as a sellout with the recent revelation that Deadpool 1 and 2’s male writers had been let go in order to fulfill a diversity quota. Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, who wrote Deadpool 1, 2, and both Zombieland movies, will not be returning to write Deadpool 3.
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Netflix, the controversial streaming service, is looking to bring more video game adaptations to the small screen, and Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma will be one of the many games to premier on the subscription-based platform this September. Starring Greg Chun, Erica Mendez, and Cristina Vee, the TV series will follow Ethan as an Arisen as he sets out to vanquish the Dragon that sundered his life. Continue reading “Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020”
Netflix is looking to turn any IP in the games industry either into a TV series or a movie. Already, a plethora of video game to movie or TV adaptations are very much a thing on Netflix, and the company is partnering up with Ubisoft — who is on the Traitors of America list along with Netflix — to make Beyond Good and Evil a movie. Continue reading “Netflix Is Turning Ubisoft’s Beyond Good And Evil Into A Movie”
Despite rumors flying around that Ubisoft is interested in bringing back Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell series, it looks like Mr. Fisher will appear on the small screen first rather than on PC or home consoles. According to a new report, Netflix — who is on the Traitors of America list alongside Ubisoft — is gearing up to air a new Splinter Cell animated series with the help of John Wick writer Derek Kolstad. Continue reading “Splinter Cell Will Gain An Animated TV Series Adaptation On Netflix”
There’s no denying that Hollywood is trying to scoop up whatever it can to turn into a movie. As of now, video games are the latest target, and with the recent Sonic movie getting a sequel and Monster Hunter gearing up to hit the silver screen, the next video game movie adaptation on Hollywood’s growing bucket list is the blue bomber. Continue reading “Mega Man Live-Action Movie Is In The Works, According To Report”
A&E got woke and is now going broke, not only losing half its viewership after dropping the show Live PD, but also losing all of the advertising revenue that came along with airing the show. Continue reading “A&E Gets Woke And Goes Broke By Losing 49% Of Viewers After Dropping Live PD”
Finally, Star Wars has a potentially bright future ahead of it. According to sources who reached out to Doomcock, investors and Disney have convinced George Lucas to return and helm LucasFilm after Kennedy’s departure. A departure that will occur before her contract expires and will be announced later this year. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: George Lucas Returning to Helm LucasFilm”
To put it as succinctly as possible: Disney is royally screwed. Their direct to consumer streaming service Disney Plus failed to attract paying subscribers and is projected to cost the company $1.1 Billion in the third quarter alone. Making matters worse, the continued reaction to Covid-19 has nuked their revenue generation, forcing the company to take on billions in debt just to cover operations. Continue reading “Rumor: Disney is in Full Panic Mode”
Nothing good comes with messing around with another man’s woman. Either you embroider yourself in endless drama and hardship, or if you are lucky, she will just cheat on you when the opportunity arises. Elon Musk is now learning this valuable lesson the hard way following implications that he is Heard’s abuser during deposition given in the Johnny Depp lawsuit against the Sun for libel, according to the BBC. Continue reading “Elon Musk Implicated as Amber Heard’s Abuser”
The silver screen adaptation of Capcom’s Monster Hunter has been delayed. In other words, the upcoming Monster Hunter movie is no longer set to debut on September 4th, 2020, but now on April 23rd, 2021. As one would expect, this is due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Monster Hunter Movie Delayed To April 23rd, 2021 Due To Coronavirus”
Johnny Depp’s life was ruined when his former wife, Amber Heard, decided to portray him as an abusive psychopath. Through friends and connections in the media, his name has been dragged through the mud causing him to lose roles and endure systematic calls for him to be removed from his role in the film adaptation of Fantastic Beasts. Where many others would have buckled or have failed, Depp set to work gathering every piece of evidence he could, to systematically dismantle Heard’s claims. Thus far, he has succeeded in his endeavor to clear his name. Continue reading “Amber Heard Releases Staged Drug Photo to Smear Johnny Depp and Instantly Gets Exposed”
If you happen to be a fan of both Donnie Yen and Square Enix’s Sleeping Dogs, then know that said actor and IP might hit the silver screen according to a new report. No word on a release date has surfaced, but what is known is that progress is moving forward on the movie as of this writing. Continue reading “Sleeping Dogs Movie Starring Donnie Yen Will Be A Breakthrough Action Film, As Per Report”