After a year off, E3 came back to showcase the next generation of games, hardware, and creators to check out. With over 30 companies and special presentations, it was 20+ hours of content for gamers to stream. With big game devs waiting all year to unleash huge announcements, it was an exciting event to guess would be revealed. However, not every game presentation sparked huge excitement. We rounded up the best announcements and trailers we think were great. And maybe one or two that are just plain goofy to watch again.
Godzilla vs Kong smashes onto 4K, Blu-Ray, and DVD this week along with In The Line of Fire on 4K, the complete series of Parks and Rec on Blu-Ray, the Shudder original Anything for Jackson, the first season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond and more.
Alexandra Daddario and Diego Boneta are couple in love despite their families centuries-long feud in the upcoming spin on Romeo & Juliet, Die in a Gunfight, coming in July to theaters and On Demand.
Bryan Ferry contributed “Kiss and Tell” to the soundtrack for 1988’s Bright Lights, Big City, which featured a darker and more serious turn for Michael J Fox as he played a fact-checker at a big magazine in New York City that spirals into drug and alcohol abuse after a number of personal and professional setbacks, including the death of his mother to cancer.
The battle between He-Man and Skeletor continues from where the classic 80s cartoon ended with Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation, with Part 1 arriving on Netflix in July.
Bruce Willis, Megan Fox and Emile Hirsch Hunt a Serial Killer in Midnight in the Switchgrass (Trailer)
Based on true events, Bruce Willis and Megan Fox are FBI agents who team up with a Texas Ranger, played by Emile Hirsch, to hunt down a brutal serial killer in Midnight in the Switchgrass.