Posts Tagged “Feature Film”

Mass Effect 2 to be Turned into Feature Anime Film

7 April, 2011 by

BioWare, Electronic Arts and FUNimation have today announced that there will be an anime feature film of the much loved Mass Effect 2 in North America.

FUNimation are an anime titan in the USA, with the vast majority of all anime released in the UK at one point passing through FUNimation USA. Additionally, FUNimation are one of the few studios left in the US, aside from Disney, that actively dub over anime on a regular basis, so they are the perfect choice to link with to get an anime feature film moving.

Traditionally speaking, anime has to be created in Japan to be classified as anime and many fans will still state this to be true. However, FUNimation have signed a deal with T.O. Entertainment Inc in Tokyo who will co-produce the film.

Executives at FUNimation are stating that the production for the film has already begun and the release is schedule for Summer 2012 in the USA. This means that we’re likely to see the film, if a joint distribution deal is not worked out, roughly the end of 2012 or the first quarter of 2013 in the UK if usual anime trends are followed.

It’s highly likely that the deal will be done with Manga Entertainment, the UK’s biggest anime distributor as they currently hold the primary deal for UK distribution with FUNimation in the UK. Currently, there is no word from any UK anime distributor regarding Mass Effect 2 The Movie.

Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters Screens & Information

5 April, 2011 by

New screenshots and information have come from the up and coming movie tie of The Green Lantern entitled The Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters. The game will be out on the PlayStaion 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS & 3DS and Nintendo Wii June 10, just in time for the movie release.

If playing on the Xbox 360 or PS3, you will have the ability to team-up and battle the Manhunters in seamless drop-in/drop-out local co-op.

The Nintendo 3DS version of the game is designed specifically to take advantage of the 3D capabilities, while Xbox 360 and PS3 gamers have the option to play in Red and Blue style 3D and comes with the glasses that come with the game… If that is not your bag then you can also play the game in stereoscopic 3D when playing on any 3D HDTV while wearing glasses that are compatible with the television.

The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions also have Ryan Reynolds (the Green Lantern in the feature film) lend his voice and likeness to the game. The screenshots can be found below.

Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters Dated for June

4 April, 2011 by

Warner Brothers today confirmed various details about their up and coming title, Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters. Pulling inspiration from the feature film due out later in the year, the game will roughly follow the film’s plot with an arsenal of ring constructs to perform. Players will use the Power Ring to build a wide range of weapons from green energy to destroy all of the Manhunters. A group of evil androids bent on destroying the Green Lantern Corps.

This title will be available on all of the major consoles, with the following developers Xbox 360 and PS3: Double Helix Games; Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS: Griptonite Games. The 3DS version of the title will be designed specifically to use the stereoscopic 3D powers of the 3DS into account, with the other platforms playing to their strengths as well.

Warner Brother’s have also confirmed that all of the titles will be out on the 10th June 2011 with a PEGI rating of 12+.