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God of War on PC: Gameplay tips for tomorrow’s launch

Tomorrow on January 14, God of War (2018) launches on PC. To ensure you’re ready, we’ve released our PC system requirements and features – be sure to check them both out. Ultrawide trailer One of the unique PC features that we’re very excited about is the 21:9 ultra-widescreen support that will allow you to play […]
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    Interview: Raini Rodriguez & Simon Otto Talk A Tale Dark & Grimm

    Based on the hit book series by Adam Gidwitz, A Take […] The post Interview: Raini Rodriguez & Simon Otto Talk A Tale Dark & Grimm appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Super Crooks Trailer Teases Netflix Anime From My Hero Academia Studio

    Netflix has dropped the full Super Crooks trailer for the […] The post Super Crooks Trailer Teases Netflix Anime From My Hero Academia Studio appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Red Notice Trailer & Character Posters Preview Netflix’s Star-Filled Action Film

    Fresh off the recent clip that premiered at Tudum for […] The post Red Notice Trailer & Character Posters Preview Netflix’s Star-Filled Action Film appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Netflix November 2021 Schedule: New TV & Movie Additions

    The list for the new Netflix November 2021 movies and TV titles […] The post Netflix November 2021 Schedule: New TV & Movie Additions appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Ozark Season 4 Part 1: Netflix Sets 2022 Release Date

    Netflix has officially announced the release date for the first […] The post Ozark Season 4 Part 1: Netflix Sets 2022 Release Date appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Jonathan Tucker Joining Netflix Limited Series Echoes

    Jonathan Tucker is joining the cast of Netflix’s upcoming limited […] The post Jonathan Tucker Joining Netflix Limited Series Echoes appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    The Lost Daughter Trailer: Olivia Colman Leads Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Netflix Drama Pic

    Netflix has released the official The Lost Daughter trailer for […] The post The Lost Daughter Trailer: Olivia Colman Leads Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Netflix Drama Pic appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

    Kingdom: Ashin of the North Teaser: Special Episode Sets Premiere Date

    Netflix has finally released the first Kingdom: Ashin of the North teaser for the upcoming spinoff episode of their hit South Korean zombie series, which centers around the mysterious warrior from the final episode of the second season. The special episode is scheduled to make its debut on Friday, July 23, more than a year since the series debuted its six-episode second season.The video, which you can check out below, begins in an eerie dark cave, where a young girl discovers the mysterious resurrection plant along with strange markings that translates to a chilling warning, “to revive the dead, a price must be paid.”RELATED: Peninsula: Well Go USA Acquires U.S. Rights to Train to Busan SequelKingdom: Ashin of the North will center around South Korean top actress Jun Ji Hyun’s mysterious character who appeared in the last seconds of the second season finale. It will not only tell the story of the mysterious heir to the Northern Yeojin tribe village but will also finally reveal the origins of the resurrection plant that triggered the avalanche of tragic events that swept through Joseon and a woman abandoned by all – Ashin.Directed by Kim Seong-hun from a screenplay written by Kim Eun-hee, the special will be led by Gianna Jun as adult Ashin, Kim Sia as young Ashin, and Park Byung-Eun, who will reprise his role as head of Royal Commandery Min Chi Rok, one of the men that helped Crown Prince Lee Chang in fending off the infected from infiltrating the royal palace.RELATED: Bong Joon-Ho’s Next Project Will Be a Korean Horror-Action FilmSet in Korea’s medieval Joseon period, in a kingdom defeated by corruption and famine, a mysterious plague spreads to turn the infected into monsters. The crown prince, framed for treason and desperate to save his people, sets out on a journey to unveil what evil lurks in the dark.Kingdom stars Ju Ji-Hoon (Along with the Gods, Dark Figure of Crime) as the Crown Prince, Bae Doona (Sense8, Cloud Atlas) as Seo-bi, Ryu Seung-Ryong (Miracle at Cell No. 7, Extreme Job) as Jo Hak-Jo, Kim Sangho (The Beauty Inside, The Happy Life), Heo Joon-Ho (Jumong), and Jeon Seok-Ho (The Good Wife).

    Blake Lively to Star in Netflix’s Psychological Thriller We Used to call home Here

    (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images via Getty)According to Deadline, Netflix has successfully acquired the film rights to the psychological horror-thriller titled We Used to Live Here, a novella written by Marcus Kliewer that was first published on Reddit’s nosleep feature. Shallows star Blake Lively has officially signed on for the leading role in the upcoming film adaptation. This marks Lively’s latest collaboration with Netflix as she has also recently been cast for the Lady Killer adaptation of the Dark Horse comic series, with Diablo Cody set to direct and pen the thriller.RELATED: Breathe: In the Heights’ Melissa Barrera to Star in Netflix Survival DramaWe Used to Live Here (Check out the first part of the novella here) centers around a homeowner who gets a knock at her door while her girlfriend is at work. On the other of the door, she finds a peculiar family consists of a husband, wife, and three kids. The man tells her that he once lived in the house and wanted to take a look around. The homeowner is just getting used to the old house herself, and things get progressively weirder as a snowstorm strands the unwanted visitors as they just won’t leave. The homeowner can’t get rid of them and winds up sorry she ever opened the door as events progress.The film adaptation will be produced by Lively along with Kate Vorhoff through their B for Effort banner. Producers are Dan Kagan, Scott Glassgold for Ground Control Entertainment, and 6th & Idaho’s Matt Reeves and Adam Kassan as part of their first-look deal with Netflix.RELATED: John Boyega Exits Leading Role in Netflix’s Thriller Film Rebel RidgeLively first gained recognition for her breakout role as Serena van der Woodsen in The CW’s Gossip Girl, which ran on-air for six seasons from 2007-2012. Her notable film credits include The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Accepted, The Town, The Age of Adaline,  A Simple Favor, and the most recent one The Rhythm Section.

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