As gorgeous and interesting as Quantic Dream’s new game Detroit: Becomes Human looks, there’s one thing the studio’s first game, Omikron: The Nomad Soul will always have over it, a collaboration with the immortal David Bowie, who provided songs, played two characters and performed “live” in the world of the game.
Tons of TV news coming out of Upfronts week in NYC with cancellations, renewals and new show announcements, new additions to IT Chapter 2, a new horror anthology show coming from Guillermo del Toro, the reveal of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, a Monster Hunter movie starring Milla Jovovich and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
JCVD is back in August for the gritty looking action drama Lukas aka The Bouncer.
Brian Henson takes his family’s creations into places they’ve never dared dream of with the hard R comedy The Happytime Murders, where human detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy) gets paired up with a Muppet PI to investigate a string of gruesome Muppet murders.
Deadpool 2 finally arrives in theaters this weekend alongside two movies trying to counter-program against the Merc with a Mouth.
The home of the Arrowverse only cancelled a few shows going into the Fall 2018 season and are bringing back two of their old shows, Roswell and Charmed, in addition to some new dramas and comedy.
A teen discovers and bonds with a AI robot dog designed for the military and must protect his new friend when the military comes to take him back in August’s AXL.
Jackie Chan has to protect a young girl from an insane, genetically modified super soldier in the crazy looking future of July’s Bleeding Steel.
CBS isn’t doing anything drastically different going into Fall 2018, keeping most of their current shows and doubling down with their new shows with more traditional comedies, crime procedurals and revivals of old shows, like Murphy Brown and Magnum PI.
Test pilot Hal Jordan is chosen as the bearer of one of the powerful Green Lantern power rings and must use his new powers to defend the Earth against insane scientist Hector Hammond and the physical form of fear, Parallax.