Has anyone been able to find this yet? My soul dies a little more each day because I know it's out there, but can't find it. And can't find anything else online about it other than it is being released on October 25th. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
Not sure why they have been happening, maybe just constant maintenance by the owner, and idk if others have been experiencing it, but Vodlocker (vodlocker.com/?op=search) has been down on-and-off for weeks now since Putlocker go the boot
Any insight into this?
I'm looking to play multiplayer zombies with some friends, but I'm having a few issues.
We've downloaded the SKIDROW version of the game, cracked it, installed the SKIDROW zombies fix, then installed the BGamer client LAN thing.
Press the singleplayer button on the BGamer client to launch the zombies and the game crashes. I think I also may be installing the DLC packs wrong, so if anyone knows how to do that, I'd really appreciate it.
I'm not sure if the SKIDROW crack is compatible or what the deal is but if anyone could point me in the right direction I'd really appreciate it.
I already have the game on Xbox but I don't have live and I'm not paying the bastards for the game again when it's still stupid money on Steam.
Yeah I know there has been things posted here on this sub-Reddit about Depfile. However, the latest sites I can find (3 months ago is earliest) that people have posted don't work on downloading the premium files off Depfile.
And then I thought of just paying premium for it, but supposedly someone posted that his credit card kept being stolen after signing up to premium. Dunno if Depfile was the cause or not for him, but seems too risky for me to do that.
So any other solutions? Thanks :)
For his first film after the breakout horror hit It Follows, director David Robert Mitchell is making a crime noir thriller set in modern-day Los Angeles called Under The Silver Lake. We reported back in May that the film will star Andrew Garfield, but at the time that was pretty much all we knew. Now, Deadline has revealed that Garfield will be joined by Topher Grace, and it has offered up some new details about the plot of the film.
According to the story, Garfield will be playing “a man who becomes obsessed with the strange circumstances of a billionaire mogul’s murder,” with the killing somehow intersecting with “dog murderers” and the “cult indie music scene.” Grace will play a friend of Garfield’s character “who helps him with an investigation surrounding a missing woman.” Presumably, the missing woman and the dead billionaire are connected, but we don’t ...
Today we saw the most egregious act of a tow truck driver essentially stealing and joy riding in a disabled man’s GT-R. Now it looks like the tow company is going to be on the hook...for some repairs to that Nissan.
Check out this boy's awesome "Ghostbusters" Halloween ...
Hey Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy, you should consider recruiting this boy to the Ghostbusters. Ryan Scott Miller and his family spent nearly two months ...
Over at Eurogamer, the reporter who broke details about the Nintendo Switch’s design says his sources have pegged the Switch’s touchscreen at 6.2 inches, displaying at 720p and, like most phones and tablets, supporting capacitive multi-touch. The 3DS and Wii U used stylus-oriented resistive touchscreens.
Iron Man may be Robert Downey Jr.‘s most famous role, but you may recall that it’s not his only ongoing franchise about an arrogant genius. He’s also the star of Warner Bros.’ Sherlock Holmes movies — not to be confused with BBC One’s Sherlock TV series, which features a different Marvel actor as the famed detective.
The Sherlock Holmes franchise was put on hold for a bit while Downey was busy with Marvel, but now Sherlock Holmes 3 is moving forward again with an entire writers’ room at its disposal. Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy), Justin Malen (Baywatch), and Kieran Fitzgerald (Snowden) are all on board to help write the next (but probably not last) installment of the series.
Variety writes that Warner Bros. put together the writers’ room with Team Downey, Robert Downey Jr.’s production shingle with his wife Susan Downey. Dan Lin, Joel Silver, and Lionel Wigram will also produce. Guy Ritchie, who helmed the first two films, is expected to return to the director’s chair. Downey and Jude Law are attached to reprise their roles as Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. As of this past spring James Coyne was said to be working on the script, but he’s not mentioned in the latest report so perhaps he’s fallen away.
Writers’ rooms have long been common in TV, but lately we’ve seen more and more film projects borrow the concept. Paramount has one for its Transformers movies, and a separate one for the rest of its Hasbro Cinematic Universe. Universal has one for its nascent Universal Monsters franchise, and Legendary might be putting one together for its giant monster shared universe.
You may have noticed that what all of these movie writers’ rooms have in common is that they’re for full-on franchises, not one-off movies. However, Variety’s source insists it’s “a rare case in which a room is being set up for just one film,” and that the writers’ room is just a way of streamlining the usual process of script rewrites and polishes.
And, you know, if that leads to a movie so good and so successful that it yields several more sequels, producer Joel Silver seems just fine with that. Sherlock Holmes 3 may or may not be the last film in the series, but it seems very likely that Warner Bros. is hoping it won’t be. Especially considering the first two films, released in 2009 and 2011, grossed over $1 billion combined.
Still unclear is when Sherlock Holmes 3 will shoot. Over the summer we heard it could shoot by the end of 2016, but that’s obviously not feasible anymore. And it probably won’t shoot in early 2017, either, as Downey will be tied up with Avengers: Infinity War. The studio does have several 2019 and 2020 dates set aside for unnamed titles, so maybe Sherlock Holmes 3 will try and slip into one of them.
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Everybody knows that Quentin Tarantino loves to connect his movies into one cinematic universe. People smoke Red Apple cigarettes, people eat Big Kahuna burgers, Michael Madsen’s Vic Vega from Reservoir Dogs is brothers with John Travolta’s Vincent Vegas from Pulp Fiction, and so on. It’s fun to make those connections while watching any QT movie but this edit by Beyond the Frame that links up all those references to the shared universe is even more fun because you can see it all unfold seamlessly, jumping back and forth from one movie to another.
The first thing I did, when presented with the new Macbook Pro, was reach for that dimly lit display just above the keyboard. The new Touch Bar is the most exciting part of the new MacBook Pro. It’s a Retina strip that sits on top of the keyboard (Retina commonly denotes a super high DPI) and is a replacement for the function keys that have existed on laptops for what feels like forever.
Here’s the latest gem from the Wikileaks dump of Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s private correspondence. According a newly leaked email, one close Clinton ally was so alarmed by the revelation that the former Secretary of State used a private email server, she characterized the situation as “fucking insane.”
I very much enjoyed watching this surfboard get made by hand because, well, I love watching anything get made by hand. But also, there are neat graphics that pop up and show what’s happening at each step of the process. You get to see an animation of what he’s actually doing to the surfboard and what shape he’s trying to get at—it’s craftsmanship with an explanation.
Saints, the debut comic written by playwright and This American Life contributor Sean Lewis with artist Benjamin Mackey, published by Image Comics, has been optioned for television. The lucky producers are Automatik, also known for the Freeform series Beyond and the films Sinister 2 and Lords Of Salem.
When a group of misfits discover themselves to be the reincarnations of Catholic saints, they must put aside their differences to battle the fallen angel Michael and his army of doomsday zealots.
Image will also be publishing Sean Lewis’ next series, The Few, with debut artist Hayden Sherman in January.
The Few follows Officer Hale, a soldier for a United States government that has cut ties with States deemed no longer useful. When Hale breaks protocol and intervenes to save a child from a massacre begun by one of these factions she is sent off in the woods running from militias, cults and extremists- not to mention the government she promised to serve.
Here’s a video trailer… well, you know. Someone might want to make a TV show out of that as well.
Lewis is an award winning playwright and This American Life commentator. THE FEW marks the debut of Hayden Sherman
Rey was a great new character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and seems a strong point to pin future movies on, or that is what I thought anyways. There were some people who were less pleased though, claiming that she was a ‘Mary Sue’ stereotype. [Essentially a young female who is unrealistically perfect and saves the day]. Max Landis pretty famously leveled the criticism at the character.
The Mary Sue thing in itself is sexist because it’s the name of a woman. Everyone was saying that Luke had the exact same [capabilities]. I think Rey is incredibly vulnerable, and nothing she’s doing is for the greater good. She’s just doing what she thinks is the right thing. And she doesn’t want to do some of it, but she feels compelled to do it. So for me, I was just confused.
I’m inclined to agree with her somewhat. I think there is a vulnerbillity and uncertainty to the character that I find mildly compelling. In fact, I’d bet a lot of money future films will go into the less than perfect aspects of her, much as how they did for Luke Skywalker after the first film in the original trilogy.