A Reboot Of The Very Scary Final Destination Series Is In The Works

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The Final Destination horror movie franchise is getting a reboot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, film company New Line has started working on a new Final Destination movie, with Saw writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan attached to write the story.

The new movie is described by THR as a "re-imagining" of the Final Destination series, but plot details are under wraps for now.

The first Final Destination premiered in 2000, starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. It was a huge hit, making $112 million globally against a budget of only $23 million. Unsurprisingly, New Line went on to make four sequels, which together have made nearly $700 million worldwide.

A Reboot Of A Very Scary Series Final Destination Is In The Works

about X hours ago from

The Final Destination horror movie franchise is getting a reboot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, film company New Line has started working on a new Final Destination movie, with Saw writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan attached to write the story.

The new movie is described by THR as a "re-imagining" of the Final Destination series, but plot details are under wraps for now.

The first Final Destination premiered in 2000, starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. It was a huge hit, making $112 million globally against a budget of only $23 million. Unsurprisingly, New Line went on to make four sequels, which together have made nearly $700 million worldwide.

A Reboot Of The Very Scary Series Final Destination Is In The Works

about X hours ago from

The Final Destination horror movie franchise is getting a reboot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, film company New Line has started working on a new Final Destination movie, with Saw writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan attached to write the story.

The new movie is described by THR as a "re-imagining" of the Final Destination series, but plot details are under wraps for now.

The first Final Destination premiered in 2000, starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. It was a huge hit, making $112 million globally against a budget of only $23 million. Unsurprisingly, New Line went on to make four sequels, which together have made nearly $700 million worldwide.

This Year's Super Bowl Music Act Is A Safe, Expected Choice

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As rumoured, Maroon 5 will perform at the halftime show of Super Bowl LIII, the band confirmed today. It was also announced that Travis Scott and Big Boi will be the supporting acts for the big game taking place in Atlanta, Georgia early next month.

This confirmation comes after reports that Jay-Z, Cardi B, and Rihanna said no to performing at the Super Bowl as a show of solidarity with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick made headlines when he kneeled during the National Anthem in protest of the racial inequality in the United States, and he hasn't played professionally since 2017.

Scott told Billboard that he only agreed to performing at the Super Bowl if the football league agreed to make a donation to an organisation fighting for social justice. Scott himself donated $500,000 to Dream Corps.

Aquaman Crosses $1 Billion At The Box Office, But It's Not The Biggest DC Movie In The US

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Aquaman is doing big business. The superhero movie has now passed $1 billion at the global box office, making it one of the most successful movies in the history of cinema. After yet another weekend atop the box office charts, it's now made $1.02 billion worldwide.

Only 36 other movies have made $1 billion at the box office, according to Forbes.

Aquaman is now the second-biggest DC Comics movie ever, surpassing The Dark Knight ($1.004 billion). It's still behind The Dark Knight Rises ($1.08 billion), however. As Entertainment Weekly reminds us, ticket prices have been rising over the years, which may inflate figures.

Black Ops 4's Next Update Outlined

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Treyarch has a number of patches lined up for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 this month. The developer rolled out the first of these--which added new Featured playlists, among other things--earlier this week, and now it's given fans a preview of what's coming in the game's next update.

Over on Reddit, the studio outlined what's in store for Black Ops 4 next week. All three of the game's modes will be receiving some attention. Zombies is set to get Gauntlets, which Treyarch describes as "curated 30-round challenges with unique rules for each round." The developer is also holding a 115 Day Celebration Event in the mode from January 15-18. The event will be available on all platforms and offers double XP, weapon XP, and Nebulium Plasma.

For the Blackout battle royale mode, Treyarch will be implementing a new looting interface on consoles, making it easier to loot specific items. The developer says it will also hold two limited-time modes in Blackout next week. No further details have been provided yet, but Treyarch teases that it will reveal more info about the modes--as well as "more Blackout news"--soon.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4's Next Update Outlined

about X hours ago from

Treyarch has a number of updates lined up for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 this month. The developer rolled out the first of these--which added new Featured playlists, among other things--on January 8, and now it's given fans a preview of what's coming in the game's next update.

Over on Reddit, the studio outlined what's in store for Black Ops 4 this week. All three of the game's modes will be receiving some attention. Zombies is set to get Gauntlets, which Treyarch describes as "curated 30-round challenges with unique rules for each round." The developer is also holding a 115 Day Celebration Event in the mode from January 15-18. The event will be available on all platforms and offers double XP, weapon XP, and Nebulium Plasma.

For the Blackout battle royale mode, Treyarch will be implementing a new looting interface on consoles, making it easier to loot specific items. The developer says it will also hold two limited-time modes in Blackout next week. No further details have been provided yet, but Treyarch teases that it will reveal more info about the modes--as well as "more Blackout news"--soon.

The Epic Games Store Has Changed Its Refund Policy To Match Steam's

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The Epic Games Store has announced a change in its refund policy. Epic Games director of publishing strategy Sergey Galyonkin revealed the change on Twitter, writing that people will be able to refund a game provided it is "within 14 days of purchase and under 2 hours played." You will also now have unlimited refunds through Epic, giving the game store the same policy as Steam.

According to Variety, to previously refund a game on Epic, you had to submit a ticket. From there, you'd get a verification request where you'd need to fill out several fields of information, including your public IP address, the date your Epic Games account was created, an invoice ID, your location, your account's display name, the final four numbers of the debit or credit card connected to your account, and the date of your last login. Only then would your ticket be reviewed.

Now, provided you ask within the 14 days and two hours played guidelines, you only need to submit a ticket through player support to get the refund. "The team is working on the self-service solution, but for now, you'll have to go through player support," Galyonkin said.