News of a planned BioShock feature film came to a screeching halt last year when Irrational’s Ken Levine revealed that the project was dead in the water. At that point in time, Gore Verbinski had been attached to direct, but Universal apparently got cold feet about pumping so much money into an R-rated flick.
Here we are the week before the release of BioShock Infinite, and once again some slight chatter about the long proposed BioShock feature film has arisen. However, there's no good news here. In fact it's just an explanation of the bad.
The last of the Heavy Hitters has officially been announced. The Siren is one creepy babe, and her voice and otherworldly powers allow her to bring the dead back to life to fight alongside her once more.
2K Games' BioShock Infinite has just released their third heavy hitters trailer. These creepy little boogers referred to as the 'boys of silence' are blind and walk around listening for their next victim! If that isn't bad enough— these heavy hitters can scream and call in others from Columbia to make your time there even more of a party!
2K Games' Bioshock Infinite releases for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on October 16th. A new trailer has just been released to showcase the game's heavy hitters, and of course we have it for you right here!
2K Games' BioShock Infinite is releasing in North America on October 16th for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. We know some of you have been waiting for this game so hard, and now it is finally coming!
NECA has been fulfilling dreams for some time now, and if you think that sentiment is silly, you are NOT a hardcore horror fan! What other company would do the leads from Lost Boys, Robocop, the first Terminator AND an entire line of Gremlins in both cute 'n fuzzy and mean 'n scary forms?!
Back in May we wrote up a story from Industry Gamers stating that hopeful fans shouldn't be writing off the possibility of a movie version of the popular video game franchise BioShock. That was then ...
Another movie we've been hearing about for a long while now is that BioShock adaptation. As time passes, so does the likelihood of seeing a big screen exploration of Rapture, although we're hearing today that we shouldn't count a movie version out just yet.
Why is it so damn hard to turn a great video game into an excellent movie? So many excellent franchises have been adapted for the screen in what can consistently be labeled as lackluster efforts.
It's not often we get to see the process of symphony orchestras providing the soundtrack to video games, but if you happen to live near California State University Northridge, you have the chance to see -- and hear -- just that on May 9th, when Garry Schyman's music from both Bioshock and Dante's Inferno will be performed live in concert. From the Press Release:
On Thursday 2K Games announced the newest member of the BioShock franchise titled BioShock: Infinite is currently in development at Irrational Games and planned for release in 2012. YESSSSSSSS.
The last time we spoke about the possibility of a big screen adaptation of the hit 2K Games property BioShock was nearly a year ago. Sadly the project, like many others before it, has hit lots of pitfalls and delays, and today the film's producer Gore Verbiniski has shed some light on why.
While it would have kicked a copious amount of ass to have Gore Verbinski at the helm of the live action adaptation of the Take Two video game BioShock, it just wasn't in the cards. That's okay, though, because Universal's next choice is a winner and a half.
If any director working today seemed capable of tackling the film adaptation of video game BioShock, it was Gore Verbinski. Who better to bring the underwater city of Rapture to the big screen? Well, unfortunately Universal Pictures has stopped his efforts due to the rapidly rising budget, which has reportedly reached the $160 million level.