Samuel L. Jackson Has Only Recorded One Day of Incredibles 2 Audio

The Incredibles - Frozone and Dash

Pixar has a longstanding tradition of finding incredible thematic and emotional depth in unique scenarios. While it’s hard to now remember a time when quality superhero movies weren’t dominating cinema screens multiple times a year, in 2004 it was still a rare occurrence. Two chapters of Brian Singer’s X-Men and Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man had hit the screen, but the superhero misfires far outweighed these crowd-pleasing hits. It was during this tumultuous time for the genre that Pixar’s The Incredibles hit the screen, boasting some of the best story work and superpowered action filmgoers had yet seen. Despite featuring derivative powers and themes to superhero comics like Fantastic Four, …

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Rainbow Six: Siege’s New Operators Are Game-Changers

Rainbow Six Siege - Velvet Shell's Mira

Last week Ubisoft released Operation Velvet Shell, the first update for Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 for players who purchased the Year 2 season pass. For everyone else, the two new characters that come with the first Siege DLC of 2017 became available this week for purchase using in-game credits.

Velvet Shell, like the four DLC releases of 2016, also comes with a single new map and a game update that represents what of the more significant patches for the Tom Clancy tactical shooter. The game’s interface has been redesigned and various improvements and bug fixes were included as well.

The beginning of Rainbow Six Siege’s second year marks not only a new foundation for the game and its eSports appeal to grow – something the game has been doing remarkably as it continues to become increasingly popular – but the Operation Velvet Shell DLC is the most game-changing addition yet. The redesigned interface is …

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Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Combat Gameplay is Much Faster

Mass Effect: Andromeda

The release of Mass Effect: Andromeda is tantalisingly close and developer Bioware is starting to turn its marketing screws. By now, most fans know that the hotly-anticipated sequel is set 600 years after the events of the original Mass Effect trilogy, in the neighboring Andromeda galaxy. The game follows “The Pathfinder Team”, a group tasked with finding habitable planets in Andromeda in order to establish a new home for humankind.

A second cinematic trailer for the game was recently released (teasing the dangers of interstellar exploration in the game), while a section of the Mass Effect website has been set aside as an interactive look at the Andromeda Initiative. As if that wasn’t enough, Bioware has also been unveiling videos and briefings to highlight specific gameplay features.

Part 1 of a new gameplay series has been unveiled, featuring an in-depth look at the combat mechanics of Mass Effect: Andromeda. For more, take a look at the video, above.

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The Batman: Negotiations With Matt Reeves Break Down

Matt Reeves Batman

To say it has been a trying time for Warner Bros. and its upcoming solo film The Batman would be an understatement. The last few weeks have seen Ben Affleck take a step back from the demands of being writer, director, producer, and star of the movie, only to have more rumors pop up that he’s actually looking to leave the role altogether. It’s another troubling sign for the studio as it continues to have trouble keeping talent involved in its expanding DC Extended Universe plans, as Affleck is just the latest director to back out, following Rick Famuyia’s departure from The Flash solo film that is now in rewrites.

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Tom Holland Burns His Avengers: Infinity War Script

Tom Holland in Spider-Man Homecoming

While Marvel fans look forward to some incredible releases this year with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Thor: Ragnarok, and Spider-Man: Homecoming all on the slate for 2017. Many fans are already looking past 2017, though, and toward the next massive multi-team mash-up movie: Avengers: Infinity War.

It was learned last week that production started on the upcoming epic at the end of January, and have since seen Millie Bobbie Brown visit the set, sparking speculation about a potential role for the young actress in the Marvel universe. The movie will bring together a huge range of Marvel characters from across the franchise, as the MCU …

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