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Internet backlash won: Sonic the Hedgehog movie kicked to 2020

Internet backlash won: Sonic the Hedgehog movie kicked to 2020

Instead of a November 2019 release date, the Sonic the Hedgehog live-action movie will be moved to 2020. This is not the first time a delay of this nature took place in the internet age - but it might be the most important. Because of the less-than-great response given to the first full trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, it's headed back to the shop for repairs and upgrades.

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Rotten Tomatoes’ review bombing fix is unexpectedly simple

Rotten Tomatoes’ review bombing fix is unexpectedly simple

User reviews are often a good way to get a feel for what your peers think of a movie, game, or TV show, but usually there isn't any kind of vetting process associated with them. How can you tell that the person leaving an exceedingly low (or exceeding high) rating on a movie actually saw it? Rotten Tomatoes asked the same question, and today, it's introducing verified audience reviews and ratings.

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Redact It has me thinking anti-spoiler social network

Redact It has me thinking anti-spoiler social network

We live in a cruel world, a world where people find joy in spoiling story endings for others on the internet. They see a movie on release day (or worse yet, pirate a movie), turn around and spew the ending of said movie on the web. Today I've been shown a tool that could mitigate internet-based spoilers in a big way. Let me turn your attention toward Redact It.

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PlayStation Productions studio will turn games into movies and TV shows

PlayStation Productions studio will turn games into movies and TV shows

Sony Interactive Entertainment is gearing up to offer movies and television shows based on a huge catalog of popular videos games, the company has announced. These projects will come from PlayStation Productions, a studio newly unveiled as part of the Sony Pictures lot in Culver City, California. The production studio has already started work on its initial batch of projects, according to the company.

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Robert Pattinson ‘top choice’ for Bruce Wayne in 2021 Batman movie

Robert Pattinson ‘top choice’ for Bruce Wayne in 2021 Batman movie

Robert Pattinson, the 33-year-old British actor best known for his role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight movie saga, may play Bruce Wayne in the Batman movie schedule to hit theaters in summer 2021. A report claims Pattinson is in end talks for the position, potentially making him the latest Caped Crusader in a role previously filled by Michael Keaton, George Clooney, Christian Bale, Ben Affleck, and others.

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John Wick comes to Fortnite in new crossover event

John Wick comes to Fortnite in new crossover event

After a lot of rumors and leaks suggesting as much, we now know that Fortnite's new event stars the one and only John Wick. Epic has launched another crossover event - this time with John Wick 3: Parabellum - that adds everyone's favorite assassin to the game and puts him at the center of a new limited-time game mode. That game mode is called Wick's Bounty, and by playing it, you have the opportunity to unlock some items inspired by the movie.

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IT Chapter 2 trailer is here to twist your brain into spaghetti

IT Chapter 2 trailer is here to twist your brain into spaghetti

Let's have a look at the IT Chapter Two trailer right this minute - and don't say we didn't warn you: It's freaky. This trailer first dropped on Thursday, the 9th of May, 2019. At that time, this film was scheduled for release on September 6th, 2019. Maybe that means it's so very extremely scary that it doesn't even need a Halloween rollover?

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You’ll need a Disney+ subscription to stream Avengers: Endgame

You’ll need a Disney+ subscription to stream Avengers: Endgame

Marvel blockbuster Avengers: Endgame will be available to stream starting later this year, but you'll need a Disney+ subscription to watch it. The company confirmed its plan to make Endgame a Disney+ streaming exclusive during its recently quarterly earnings announcement. Disney+ was officially unveiled earlier this year, and will be home to the entire Disney movie library.

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Star Wars Boba Fett’s Slave I: 20th Anniversary Edition LEGO Review

Star Wars Boba Fett’s Slave I: 20th Anniversary Edition LEGO Review

Boba Fett's own personal lowrider Slave 1 was made available as a 1,000-piece LEGO set at last. Note here that I'm using the lower-cased l, the number 1, and the upper-cased I interchangeably because different sites say different things, and different Gs use different keys. But here's the deal - this is the most balanced version of Boba Fett's spaceship offered yet.

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RIP creepy movie Sonic, 2019-2019

RIP creepy movie Sonic, 2019-2019

Sonic the Hedgehog fans complaining about Sonic the Hedgehog is nothing new. I should know - Sonic the Hedgehog was the very first video game I played when I was a kid, and throughout the years, I've tried to roll with the punches without feeling too bitter about the character's years-long downturn. Sonic fans have learned to accept mediocrity over the past 15 years or so, but it seems that even Sonic's low points couldn't prepare them for the official reveal of the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie.

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Sonic the Hedgehog will see a few changes before film premieres

Sonic the Hedgehog will see a few changes before film premieres

Translating video games into the big screen isn't easy, especially if you insist that the translation is a live-action one. The film industry is filled with examples of such attempts, many of which have ended up as box office catastrophes. There are some exceptions, of course, like the recent Detective Pikachu movie, so whose to say a Sonic the Hedgehog film couldn't be just as good. The Internet, however, gave it a big "NO!" and now everyone involved might be scrambling to fix the blue hedgehog's teeth.

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Detective Pikachu and friends get the Google AR treatment

Detective Pikachu and friends get the Google AR treatment

After months of trailers and talk, Detective Pikachu is finally on the horizon. The movie releases in theaters next week, but before it does, Google has given the titular character and some of his Pokemon friends an augmented reality makeover. Beginning today, you can find Detective Pikachu in the Pixel's Playground mode and add him to your photos and videos.

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