Now playing in select theaters, Hell and Back is an R-rated animated feature about three friends (voiced by Rob Riggle, Nick Swardson and T.J. Miller) who have an understandably nightmarish journey into hell. Bob Odenkirk serves as the voice of the Devil in the feature, which was developed by the makers of Robot Chicken and Bojack Horseman.
Ubisoft is currently developing another installment of the Far Cry franchise, as Far Cry Primal hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 23, 2016. The title will also have a Windows PC launch on March 2016.
Based on Mary Mapes’ memoir Truth and Duty: The Press, the President and the Privilege of Power, Truth centers on Mapes’ (Cate Blanchett) investigation of evidence that President George W. Bush may have not fulfilled his Texas Air National Guard duties by allegedly not showing up on base.
The world of Assassin’s Creed goes beyond the gaming experience, and Ubisoft are teaming up with several licensees at the New York Comic Con (NYCC) to showcase new publishing and merchandising items that complement this immersive (and, of course stealth based) universe.
Director Frank Capra’s classic screwball comedy You Can’t Take It With You, which stars James Stewart debuts on Blu-ray December 8 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Digitally restored and mastered in 4K, the Blu-ray also comes with a 24-page collectible Digibook which features rare photos and a new essay from film historian Jeremy Arnold.
Beck, Fiona Apple, Jakob Dylan, Cat Power, Regina Spektor, and Jade are among the confirmed artists performing at the Echo In The Canyon Concert. Taking place October 12 at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, the concert celebrates the 50th anniversary of the genesis of the Southern California folk-rock scene (it started with The Byrds album Mr. Tambourine Man).
The teams are filling up, but there’s still a some blind auditions to be completed before we round out each of The Voice coaches teams. So without further adieu, let’s dig in to Night 4 of The Voice’s blind auditions and see if there’s a potential victor in this group.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, Telltale Games is releasing Back to the Future: The Game – 30th Anniversary Edition. The trailer to the film was just released and it gives a preview of the game and also includes an interview with Back To The Future screenwriter Bob Gale.
The heart of Blindspot’s story centers on Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) an FBI agent who, along with his team, attempt to uncover the true identity of a naked woman (Jaimie Alexander) who was discovered in New York’s Times Square. Simply known as “Jane Doe” due to her amnesia, her body is covered with tattoos, one of which includes Weller’s name.
Rob Brown and Audrey Esparza play Edgar Ramirez and Tasha Zapata, the agents who are following Kurt Weller’s lead.