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Will Robin Williams Be Part of the New 'Legend of Zelda' Game?

Will Robin Williams Be Part of the New 'Legend of Zelda' Game?

No sooner has World of Warcraft creator Blizzard Entertainment responded to a call to memorialize Robin Williams inside the virtual world of the game than a second online petition has emerged, asking Nintendo to create a similar tribute to the late actor and comedian in the next edition of its Legend of Zelda game.

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Legendary's 'Godzilla' to Receive Japanese Governmental Award

Legendary's 'Godzilla' to Receive Japanese Governmental Award

Legendary Pictures will receive an award from the Japanese government for its rebooted Godzilla.

The 2nd annual Japan Cool Content Contribution award for producing will be presented to the studio by the Japan External Trade Organization, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Los Angeles Consulate General of Japan. Legendary executive vp production and Godzilla producer Alex Garcia will accept on Legendary's behalf in a ceremony Sept. 13 at the Consulate General's residence.

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'Journey' Sequels in the Works With 'Conjuring' Writers (Exclusive)

'Journey' Sequels in the Works With 'Conjuring' Writers (Exclusive)

It seems New Line and Walden haven't stopped believing in their Journey franchise, as they are throwing third and fourth installments in the fantasy-adventure movie series into development.

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Warner Bros. Wins Appeal Over Fictional Technology in 'Dark Knight Rises'

Warner Bros. Wins Appeal Over Fictional Technology in 'Dark Knight Rises'

A fictional technology featured in The Dark Knight Rises doesn't infringe a company's trademark, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed on Thursday.

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No, Katee Sackhoff Isn't Captain Marvel in 'Avengers 2'

No, Katee Sackhoff Isn't Captain Marvel in 'Avengers 2'

As far as the Internet is concerned, Katee Sackhoff is the ideal candidate to play Marvel super hero Captain Marvel if and when the character makes her movie debut, but the Battlestar Galactica actress has broken many a fan's heart by admitting that she’s not met with Marvel Studios for that role (or any other) just yet.

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Robin Williams to Live On in 'World of Warcraft'

Robin Williams to Live On in 'World of Warcraft'

Following the success of an online petition launched Monday, World of Warcraft creator Blizzard Entertainment has confirmed that it will create a memorial to Robin Williams inside the MMORPG later this year.

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Marvel Artist John Romita Sr. Teams With Son For DC's 'Superman' Issue

Marvel Artist John Romita Sr. Teams With Son For DC's 'Superman' Issue

The 34th issue of DC Entertainment’s Superman series won’t just continue the critically-acclaimed run by creators Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.; it’ll also feature a special variant cover by the artist’s father, the iconic John Romita Sr., which The Hollywood Reporter can exclusively reveal, at left.

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'Captain America' Writers: No Falcon as Cap, No Modok in Next Movie

'Captain America' Writers: No Falcon as Cap, No Modok in Next Movie

Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have started talking about the third Captain America movie, teasing what to expect — and what, sadly, is extremely unlikely to make it into the finished movie.

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'Power Rangers' Movie Gets a Release Date

'Power Rangers' Movie Gets a Release Date

Lionsgate has given Power Rangers a release date.

The studio will open the movie, which hopes to launch a franchise, July 22, 2016.

The move puts the title on the same date as Warners’ King Arthur, another movie that hopes to launch a franchise.

It also sandwiches the movie in between Universal’s next Bourne movie, which opens July 15, and Fox’s next installment of Planet of the Apes, which is to bow July 29.

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Watch a Horrowshow of Claustrophobia and Xenomorphs in the 'Alien: Isolation' Trailer

Watch a Horrowshow of Claustrophobia and Xenomorphs in the 'Alien: Isolation' Trailer

Apparently, keeping your cool while dealing with alien xenomorphs runs in the family.

A new trailer for Alien: Isolation, titled “Improvise,” was released online Wednesday, showing the lead character of the game — and daughter of Sigourney Weaver’s character from the movies, Ellen Ripley — trying to escape from the xenomorphs while retrieving a piece of technology that tells her exactly what she doesn’t want to know.

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Love Rocket Raccoon? 'Wild's End' Delivers More Anthromorphic Action

Love Rocket Raccoon? 'Wild's End' Delivers More Anthromorphic Action

If the one-two box office success of Guardians of the Galaxy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has demonstrated anything, it’s that anthropomorphic science fiction comic book characters are poised to become the next big thing — which makes BOOM! Studios’ new series Wild’s End particularly timely.

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Is 'World of Warcraft' A Good Thing to Put on Your Resume?

Is 'World of Warcraft' A Good Thing to Put on Your Resume?

So much for your mother telling you that all that time spent playing video games wouldn’t amount to anything in the real world. These days, gamers are putting their digital experience on resumes, finding that the same skills that can help them defeat opposing forces in World of Warcraft can also help them find a new job.

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Trailer Report: Stephen Hawking Biopic Prospers in Slow Week

Trailer Report: Stephen Hawking Biopic Prospers in Slow Week

Last week was all about Comic-Con, with four trailers introduced in San Diego drawing more than 10 million views apiece. This week is all about the art house, with two specialty films debuting in the top three.

Finishing first was the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything trailer No. 1 with 5.1 million YouTube views, according to technology firm Zefr, which tracks the results.

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Wonder Woman Actress Gal Gadot Joins Kevin Costner in 'Criminal' (Exclusive)

Wonder Woman Actress Gal Gadot Joins Kevin Costner in 'Criminal' (Exclusive)

Gal Gadot, the actress who is playing Wonder Woman in the new Warner Bros./DC Entertainment movies, has signed on to join the robust cast of Millennium Films' thriller Criminal.  

Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds, Gary Oldman, Alice Eve and Tommy Lee Jones have already been cast in the movie set to be directed by Ariel Vromen.

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