Impresszum Help Sales ÁSZF Panaszkezelés

"The Last of Us Part I" will be released for Playstation 5 and PC this fall

The beloved game "The Last of Us" gets a remake with nicer graphics and better game mechanics.
Almost ten years ago, the hugely acclaimed and best-selling game "The Last of Us" was released, which later received a refined version for Playstation 4.
Some may think it's a little early, but this fall comes a remake called "The Last of Us Part I", which is described as a reworking of the original experience with modernized game mechanics, improved controls and nicer graphics.

Here is a trailer for the game, which comes to Playstation 5 on September 2.

"The Last of Us Part I" follows the story of the survivor Joel who is commissioned to smuggle the girl Ellie through a USA that twenty years ago was hit by a deadly fungal virus that turned a large part of humanity into hungry zombies. What begins as a job slowly develops into a strong relationship.

Also read:

During the same event, we also saw a first image from the TV series based on the games, with Pedro Pascal ("The Mandalorian") and Bella Ramsey ("Game of Thrones") in the lead roles.
"The Last of Us Part I" will arrive on Playstation 5 on September 2 and on PC at a later date. Considering how much I like the original, I will probably play this one too, although it feels a bit like an unnecessary remake which is mostly the same game with better graphics.


0 Tovább

Oscar Academy names Bill Kramer as new CEO

The Oscar Academy has named Bill Kramer as its new CEO. He was "the ideal choice to lead the organization at this crucial moment," said David Rubin, President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, on Tuesday (local time) in Los Angeles. Kramer, who oversaw the opening of the new Oscar Film Museum in Los Angeles, succeeds Dawn Hudson, who held the post for 11 years.

Also read: Jurassic World 3: Ein neues Zeitalter streaming guide

The management of the Oscar Academy had come under criticism in recent years, among other things, because of the allegation of a lack of diversity. Under the catchphrase "#OscarsSoWhite" there had been calls for a boycott of the Oscars and storms of protest in the online networks because of the insufficient consideration given to non-white filmmakers.

Hudson then advocated doubling the number of women and non-white members in the academy. The approximately 10,000 Academy members decide every year which films and filmmakers will be awarded the Oscars.

The slap scandal surrounding Hollywood star Will Smith at this year's Oscar gala also recently caused criticism. The 53-year-old hit comedian Chris Rock on stage after he made a joke about Smith's wife Jada Pinkett Smith. Smith was later barred from all Oscar ceremonies for ten years.

Also read:


0 Tovább

Trailer premiere: Check out "Strange World" - this autumn's big Disney adventure

Join the magical new Disney worlds with Jake Gyllenhaal and the director behind "Raya and the Last Dragon".
An unlikely journey awaits this fall when Walt Disney Studios releases its next major feature film. It's called "Strange World" and seems to live up to its title, as the first trailer takes us to strange and mysterious environments beyond time and space.

Also read:

The main character is Searcher Clade, the son of a stubborn researcher, but himself an ordinary farmer who is taken on an epic adventure. Here we are offered wonderful retro-futuristic animation that undeniably stands out among previous Disney films. And if the voice sounds familiar, it's Jake Gyllenhaal who plays Clade in the English version. Watch the trailer here:

The film is directed by Don Hall and written by Qui Nguyen, the duo who only last year gave us the fine adventure film "Raya and the Last Dragon".


0 Tovább

Liam Neeson turns 70 and wants to quit action movies

London (AP) - Liam Neeson can't help it. After «Blacklight», «Memory» is his second action hit this year. In the first he plays a secret agent who takes on the FBI, in the second a hitman who has become a target himself.

Ever since he hunted his daughter's kidnappers as an angry father and ex-agent in "96 Hours" and eliminated one after the other, the native of Northern Ireland has been subscribed to such roles. He likes to play the action and fight scenes himself. "I love it," he said recently on the American TV show "Today". This Tuesday (June 7th) Liam Neeson will be 70 and is gradually thinking about retiring.

He showed from a young age that he was also a man for the rough and had a strong physical presence. Neeson learned to box at the age of nine. In his youth he won several titles as an amateur boxer. Later, the 1.93 meter tall Neeson lent a hand at the Guinness Brewery, where he worked as a forklift driver and then a truck driver. He also took a job as a printer in an architect's office.

Became world famous as Oskar Schindler
But it was acting that appealed to him the most. He discovered his passion for theater while still at school. "It was a lifeline," said Neeson, whose childhood and youth were shaped by the outbreaks of violence during the Northern Ireland conflict. As a teenager, he regularly took part in school plays. In 1976 he began acting at the Lyric Players' Theater in Belfast and a year later he had his first small film role. Named after a priest in his birthplace of Ballymena, William John, whom everyone just called Liam, played Jesus in Pilgrim's Progress.

In the 80's Neeson acted in many TV productions, series and films. He had a guest appearance on "Miami Vice" and supporting roles in the fantasy epic "Excalibur", in the historical film "The Bounty" with Anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson and alongside Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons in "Mission". In 1990, director Sam Raimi gave him the title role in Darkman. Although the superhero film, which is now a cult following among genre fans, was a box office success, it was not yet a big break for Liam Neeson.

It was the role of Oskar Schindler in Steven Spielberg's drama "Schindler's List" that made him world famous in 1993. Neeson was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of the German industrialist who saved Jewish workers from the Holocaust in his factory during World War II.

Spielberg had just seen him on stage in his Broadway debut "Anna Christie" in New York. One thing led to another. "Anna Christie" was also a personal success for Neeson, because he starred with Natasha Richardson, who became his wife a year later. The marriage to the daughter of acting legend Vanessa Redgrave produced two sons.

Since the success of "Schindler's List", the man with the sonorous voice has been one of the big names in Hollywood. After demanding films in the 90s such as the drama "Nell" with Jodie Foster and title roles as a Scottish folk hero in "Rob Roy" or Irish freedom fighter in "Michael Collins", Neeson was also seen in Hollywood blockbusters. He played Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn in "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" and was Batman's antagonist in "Batman Begins".

Busy action star
In the romantic Christmas comedy "Actually... Love" he convinced as a widower and single father. In 2009, tragic fate also hit him in real life. His wife Natasha died from a head injury sustained in a skiing accident. The actor did not take a career break.

When he took on the role of former CIA agent Bryan Mills in 2008, Liam Neeson had little idea that his career would be given another powerful boost. "I have some very special skills that I've picked up over the years," Neeson says as Mills in the hard-hitting thriller about his daughter's kidnappers. 'I'll look for you. I will find you and I will kill you." Which he then did.

Since hitting the big screen, the Brit, who also has US and Irish citizenship, has been a busy action star. «96 Hours» (original title: «Taken») resulted in two sequels. "Unknown Identity", "Non-Stop" or "Rest in Peace" were other fast-paced action thrillers. The basic principle of the plot is always the same: Neeson alone against everyone. "All of a sudden I was offered all these scripts for action movies where the main character is 29," Neeson said in the "Today" interview and laughed. "I'll be 70 this year and I'm still getting away with it."

"I am not a racist"
However, during an interview for the thriller "Hard Powder" in 2019, Neeson caused a controversy that almost slowed down his career. He confessed to the Independent newspaper that as a young man he had lust for revenge against black people after a friend told him that she had been raped by a black man.

Neeson said he was ashamed of his behavior at the time. But many were outraged on social media. "I'm not a racist," Neeson said on ABC's Good Morning America. At that time he sought help and learned his lesson. Fellow actors like Whoopi Goldberg, Terry Crews and Ralph Fiennes publicly defended him and praised his honesty. A film premiere was canceled, but then Neeson continued filming.

However, Liam Neeson does not believe that he will make many more films in the style of "96 Hours" and "Hard Power". "I think it will stop with the action films," he said in the "Today" interview, looking at his advanced age. "That has to stop. The audience isn't stupid. I'll leave it at some point."


0 Tovább

Fight over money: Neve Campbell quits 'Scream 6'

For more than 25 years, the cinema has been screaming and screaming: 'Scream' has developed into one of the most successful horror series, and after part 5 recently made the box office ring after a long break, work is already being done on it, half a dozen full close. However, one will not be there: leading actress Neve Campbell (48).

Don't sell below value

The actress became an international superstar with her role as Sidney Prescott, survived all slasher attacks in the five films and made a significant contribution to the success of the franchise. But in part 6 she will not be there for the first time. The actress announced in a statement to 'Variety' on Monday (June 6). The fee that was offered to her just wasn't right. "Unfortunately, I won't be doing the next 'Scream' movie," the statement said. "As a woman, I've had to work extremely hard throughout my career to establish my worth, especially when it comes to 'Scream.' I felt that the offer I was made didn't match the value I gave to the franchise. "

Also read:

Neve Campbell turns away

The decision to leave her career springboard behind was not easy for her, assured Neve Campbell. "To all my 'Scream' fans, I love you. You have always been incredibly supportive of me. I will be eternally grateful to you and for what the franchise has given me over the past 25 years." Paramount Pictures have not yet responded to Neve's claims that she was underbid. It will star Dermot Mulroney, Melissa Barrera, Hayden Panettiere and Jenna Ortega and will be directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. The planned release date is March 2023. Will the film be a success without Neve Campbell?


0 Tovább



What News Entertainments, Film ,Series, Box office, Anime Trending Now



News (128),Film (73),Sport (30),Football (23),news (12),Tv Series (7),film (7),Oscar (6),Netflix (6),The Batman (6),Scream 6 (4),Actor (4),Will Smith (4),Marvel (4),sport (3),Trailer (3),Tennis (3),Doctor Strange 2 (3),Comic (3),Tips (2),Tom Cruise (2),conflict (2),Disney + (2),pixar (2),Turning red (2),Ps5 (2),Hollywood (2),Avatar 2 (2),Morbius (2),Fantastic Beast 3 (2),Sonic 2 (2),Hbo (2),Horror (2),Disney (2),Doctor strange 2 (2),Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2),Bullet train (2),Finance (2),São Paulo (2),Chelsea (2),football (2),SPort (2),uefa (2),Reynolds (1),Premier (1),Thor 4 (1),Lina Beckmann (1),Chris Evans (1),Belgium (1),sverige (1),The Last Duel (1),Terminator 2: Doomsday (1),Bill Murray (1),ADAM SANDLER (1),Downton Abbey: A New Era (1),DAN AYKROYD (1),Bright (1),Dungeons & Dragons (1),Thor 4: Love and Thunder (1),brolin (1),Frank Marshall (1),Indiana Jones 5 (1),Jurassic World Dominion (1),Makoto Shinkai (1),Anime (1),365 days (1),Walker Scobell (1),Suzume no Tojimari (1),Kingdom Hearts IV (1),Release (1),Dvd (1),Beverly Hills Cop 4 (1),The Adam Project (1),Michael degen (1),Ghost of Tsushima (1),Amazon (1),Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (1),Sverige (1),The Northman (1),The Lost City (1),Terminator: Dark Fate (1),The Nothman (1),Selena Gomez (1),Elizabeth Olsen (1),How I Met Your Father (1),Jujutsu Kaisen 0 (1),Cannes Film Festival (1),Thailand (1),Elvis Movie (1),The film festival in Cannes (1),Liam Neeson (1),Jon Cryer (1),Javier Bardem (1),Thor: Love and Thunder (1),alan wake 2 (1),Dune: Part Two" (1),very moving (1),Obi-Wan Kenobi (1),Disney+ (1),FC Bayern (1),Top Gun 2: Maverick (1),The Hunger Games (1),Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (1),Keke Palmer (1),Conversations with Friends (1),Strange World (1),Review (1),Peacock (1),Lionsgate (1),Actress (1),Antonio Banderas (1),Kevin Costner (1),John Wick 4 (1),Luc Besson (1),Cinema (1),Chad Stahelski (1),Zac Efron (1),Billy Bob Thornton (1),The Last of Us Part I (1),Wong (1),The Oscar Academy (1),Better Call Saul (1),Apple (1),Barbie (1),Paddington 3 (1),Top Gun: Maverick (1),Lindsey Beer (1),PATRICK POIVEY (1),The Flash (1),OVECHKIN (1),atlete (1),Hansa Rostock (1),Belarusia (1),NHL (1),HBO (1),Uefa Champion League (1),UCL (1),ucl (1),move (1),Russia (1),sanctions (1),Disney plus (1),Warner Bross (1),trailer (1),Runtime (1),ukraine (1),Line Up (1),russia (1),fifa (1),Healt (1),Basket Ball (1),Nba (1),Spotify (1),Podcast (1),DVD (1),Blu-Ray (1),Alcaraz (1),coach (1),golf (1),Rio de Janeiro (1),Sharon Stone (1),Movie (1),NBA (1),Mike Tyson (1),Gabi (1),SSV (1),Daniel (1),Botafogo (1),installment systems (1),Lewandowski (1),Bundes League (1),Luiz Suarez (1),Fifa (1),Uefa (1),Suicide Squad (1),X (1),Movies (1),Fantastic Beasts 3 (1),The Shining (1),Dune (1),Hbo Max (1),Scream (1),The Quarry (1),True Detective (1),Sonic The Hedgehog (1),David F. Sandberg (1),Apple Tv (1),Sherlock Holmes 3 (1),Star Wars (1),Operation Mincemeat (1),Titanic 666 (1),My Policeman (1),Bruce Willis (1),The Teacher (1),Project Artemis (1),One Perfect Shot (1),Paramount + (1),gal gadot (1),Conflict (1),rusia (1),Ukraine (1),Japan (1),Opinion (1),Texas Chainsaw (1),Screening (1),Itaewon Class (1),The Dark Knight Rises (1),Zoë Kravitz (1),Animation (1),Batman (1),Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1),Halo (1),STAR TREK (1),Jackass 4 (1),Gotham Knights (1),Game (1),Ps4 (1),Tv series (1)