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USA NETWORK ANNOUNCES PILOT PICK-UP FOR ‘BROOKLYN ANIMAL CONTROL’

USA Network announced a pilot pick-up for BROOKLYN ANIMAL CONTROL.  The project is written and executive produced by JT Petty (“Splinter Cell”).  David S. Goyer (“Batman v Superman”), Circle of Confusion’s Rick Jacobs (“Spare Parts”) and David Alpert (“Walking Dead”), and IDW Entertainment’s David Ozer and Ted Adams (“30 Days of Night”), will also executive produce.   232 more words

The Four Horsemen of the Post-Apocalypse (or any fiction genre you might prefer)

I remember an instance where I was inspired to write after briefly watching my cousin sneak about as the notoriously gritty Sam Fisher in a game called… 734 more words

General

Why Stealth Games Are Such Fun

GamesRadar recently published their list of the 15 greatest stealth games. This got me thinking about what makes a good stealth game and why this sub-genre is so popular, particularly with people who are me. 948 more words

Features

Game review: Splinter Cell Blacklist

De laatste tijd ligt Blacklist, het jongste deel uit de Splinter Cell-serie regelmatig in de (digitale) uitverkoopbak. Ik speelde het spel onlangs uit, en schijn wat licht over de vraag of het je vijf/tien/vijftien euro waard is. 916 more words

Game Review

‘Splinter Cell’ Getting A Rewrite; Doug Liman Not Directing

Greetings and salutations Once again Audience,

Doug Liman was previously attached to direct Splinter Cell, but he reportedly left the project. Liman would have been perfect for this project based on his past work. 229 more words

Movie News

Coffee Time News 15/07/15

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Film

Idris Elba has been confirmed for the third Star Trek film,  345 more words

Coffee Time News

TOM HARDY RUMORED TO STILL BE CONNECTED TO 'SPLINTER CELL' MOVIE, FILM GETS ANOTHER REWRITE

Video game movies are like talking about crytids and Splinter Cell, Assassin’s Creed, and Halo are all like searching for Bigfoot. We get rumblings of these live-action adaptations of these universally loved properties only to hear that it has been scrapped by a studio or that it’s called  326 more words

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