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    Discuss: Are We On The Cusp Of A Video Game Movie Revolution?

    If you’re sick of the wave of comic-book movies over the last few years, you’d better brace yourself: the video game movie is coming, and it’s coming for you. The end of last week saw the announcement that another attempt is being made to ramp up zombie game “Dead Island” as a movie: originally in t...

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    The Curse of the Scruffy White Male: Why Representation Matters in Video Games

    Every other week, a company or a developer or a celebrity says something to reinforce the standard that games are played, created, and especially star white men. But there's much more pushback against this idea.

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    'Snowtown Murders' & 'Macbeth' Director Justin Kurzel Reteaming With Michael Fassbender For 'Assassin's Creed'

    Having already forged a cinematic partnership with Steve McQueen, has Michael Fassbender found a new filmmaker to have a bromance with? It would seem so. Having just wrapped the highly anticipated "Macbeth" with "Snowtown Murders" director Justin Kurzel, Fassy is ready to reteam with him on this fir...

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    Rumor: Daniel Espinosa To Direct 'Assassin's Creed' Starring Michael Fassbender

    "Easy Money" director Daniel Espinosa has always made it clear that he doesn't have to direct. “I have a very easy life and a beautiful wife,” he told PopMatters in the run up to "Safe House." “I don’t need anything. I do movies because they give me something. I can walk away any time, because I am ...

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    'Independence Day 2' Moves To 2016; Summer 2015 Shuffles As 'Fantastic Four,' 'Assassin's Creed' & More Get In The Mix

    Better start saving your allowance, because the summer of 2015 is already looking like a clusterfuck. What's coming between the start of May and end of August that year? How about: "The Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Tomorrowland," "Jurassic World," "Inside Out," "Ted 2," "Terminator 5," "Independence D...

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    Ridley Scott's Moses Movie 'Exodus' Opens Dec 12th 2014, Fassbender's 'Assassin's Creed' On May 22nd 2015

    We're closing on the mid-way point to the year, with several of 2013's biggest movies already in theaters, but as fast as films hit theaters, the studios nab future release dates sometimes years away, hoping to stake their claim on key territory. And last night, the release calendar just got three n...

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    New Regency Pick Up 'Assassin's Creed' Movie Produced By And Starring Michael Fassbender

    Even as this week's "Silent Hill: Revelations" creeps into theaters, the search for a good -- or at least watchable -- video game movie continues. But game titans Ubisoft are at least being pro-active, taking a leaf from Marvel's approach and deciding to develop and partially finance their own movie...

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    Discuss: Can A Good Movie Ever Be Made From A Video Game?

    After a few years that have seen studios deciding to focus on trying to make movies out of board games, it looks, from the last couple of days, as though video games are cycling back around as the hot source material. Monday saw Michael Fassbender announced as the star and producer of a film based o...

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    Michael Fassbender To Star In & Produce Film Version Of 'Assassin's Creed' Video Game

    The history of the video game movie has not been a glorious one. With most games being fairly heavily derivative of movies in the first place, potential adaptations have struggled to become distinctive, and low-calibre talent has generally been involved to date, bastardizing games (e.g. "Super Mario...

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