Yan's studio has a lot of experience remastering older games, including Activision's Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a 2018 redesign of the three original PlayStation games: 1998's Spyro the Dragon, 1999's Ripto's Rage and 2000's Year of the Dragon. The packaged trio sold more than 2 million copies, banking largely on fan nostalgia for a series that launched in 1998. Spyro Reignited followed the 2017 release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, a collection of remastered versions of the three original Crash Bandicoot games from the PlayStation era. That title topped 10 million copies sold. … [Read more...] about Remake Fatigue? Not for Video Games
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Makeup brands from Stila to NYX have amped up their marketing of Euphoria-inspired looks and tutorials on how fans can re-create them. “The new Euphoria trend perfectly complements Chloé x Halle’s aesthetics,” makeup artist Christiana Cassell tells THR of her work with the singing duo on a beauty look to complement their Jonathan Simkhai outfits at the Teen Choice Awards in August. “With the girls, I have always tried to create statements with their eye makeup. They love wearing bold colors and graphic liner looks. Makeup doesn’t have to be so serious. It should be playful and fun.” … [Read more...] about How ‘Euphoria’ Is Influencing Beauty Trends and Red Carpet Makeup
It was massively complicated. The franchise had been around for 40 years so the chain of title was extraordinarily complicated. Also, I didn't want to do the movie unless John Carpenter was going to do it [as an executive producer], so I had to get him involved. In Hollywood, there's a real tradition: You have a hit horror movie, you fire everyone involved who made the hit and then you hire new people who are much cheaper and continue the titles. That's why horror sequels suck mostly. So I had a 15-minute meeting with John and he was very skeptical. And at the end of the meeting I said: "John, I'm not going to do this movie without you. But this movie is definitely going to get made, whether either of us does it. So why don't we jump in together and try to make it good?" … [Read more...] about Jason Blum on Reviving ‘Halloween,’ Ignoring Hollywood Rules and Enduring “Psychological Toll” From Weinstein
The Climb (Mar. 20th)It began life as a seven-minute short film co-written by its stars, Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin, about two friends, a grueling bike ride, and a confession involving an affair with one man’s fianceés. Now, for the duo’s feature-length version, that self-contained revelation becomes the jumping-off point for a buddy comedy that ends up dealing with love, death, failure, and the way that male friendships often change and morph over the years. There’s a reason this little-American-movie-that-could has won over festival audiences from Cannes to Park City. … [Read more...] about Best Movies to See In March: ‘Mulan,’ ‘Onward,’ ‘The Hunt’
However, there is no confirmation about the same. Coming back to Vijay Deverakonda-starrer World Famous Lover, the film also stars Raashi Khanna, Aishwarya Rajesh, Catherine Tresa and Izabelle Leite in the female lead roles. The music has been composed by National-Award winning music composer Gopi Sundar. … [Read more...] about Vijay Deverakonda Returns His Fees After Failure Of World Famous Lover?