Back in April, Warner Bros. set October 5, 2018 and November 1, 2019 release dates for two unspecified DCEU movies, with many speculating that one of those dates is being held for this Batman movie. The studio hasn't confirmed what movies will be taking those dates at this time, but it's possible that one of the other movies could be Suicide Squad 2, which the studio reportedly wanted to start filming next year. Director David Ayer and his Suicide Squad star Will Smith are currently filming Bright for Netflix, but it hasn't been confirmed if they will return for Suicide Squad 2. Hopefully we'll have more on The Batman in the near future. … [Read more...] about Is Armie Hammer Finally Joining the DC Movie Universe?
Despite being a game focused on outdoor interactivity, including having recent events scale back to help players play at home, Pokemon Go saw a boost in spending, making the week of March 16 its highest grossing seven-day period of 2020. The game generated $23 million in gross revenue last week, a more than 66 percent increase from the previous week's $13.8 million, which generally matched previous weeks in 2020. … [Read more...] about Mobile Games Hotspot: ‘Plague Inc.’ Developer Donates $250,000 to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
A Sonic-only version of Nintendo Switch title Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is headed to mobile. With the removal of the Mario-themed elements and characters, Sonic at the Olympic Games features 16 Sonic-based playable characters across 15 different events including Archery, Hammer Throw, 100m Hurdles and more. Six mini-games are also included and a global ranking system allows you to post your scores on online leaderboards. A release is set for May 7 on iOS and Android. … [Read more...] about Mobile Games Hotspot: More ‘Kingdom Hearts’ for Phones; ‘Angry Birds’ Takes to the Tennis Court
Although part of the blame for the Wolves’ underperformance since “The Kahntract” can be laid at the feet of Kahn’s roster construction, there’s a lot that can’t: Rubio’s ACL injury, Kevin Love’s hand injury, the way now-retired coach Rick Adelman’s determination to get Minnesota into the playoffs turned into a kind of senioritis once things went south this past season. You can argue that the pressure applied to win now by Love’s deal influenced subsequent decisions in a negative way, or that the negative emotional weight generated by it was impossible for Love or the team as a whole to get out from under. … [Read more...] about Heartbreaker: Remembering the Kevin Love Era in Minnesota
From a fundraising event on Twitch to a five-week charity tournament, the industry is emphasizing a sense of unity amid the current global pandemic. With the goal of supporting those affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many esports and gaming organizations are coming together to host livestream events amid the global pandemic that currently sees almost all Americans social-distancing to curb the crisis. … [Read more...] about Game Companies, Esports Organizations Host Online Events to Support Coronavirus Fight