I’m going to be totally honest…..I have no idea what’s going on with For Honor. I’ve watched it develop since E3 and the entire idea seems to be, “What if knights, samurais, and vikings just started whomping on each other?” Could be a lot more complex. Maybe there’s an angsty viking who just wants to prove to his samurai dad and knight mom that he’s just as darn good as the rest of the….no there’s not, but you probably get to whack each other with period appropriate weaponry. Ubisoft’s For Honor is an Xbox/Windows 10 exclusive and is out today. Cheevos below courtesy, as always, from the peerless, the wondrous, the needy gamer’s sanctum online: xboxachievements.com. Continue reading For Honor – Complete Achievement List (Xbox One, PC – 2017)
The second full trailer for next month’s Ghost in the Shell is out, and-as someone who has little to no history with the anime series it’s based on-I feel like it’s intriguing and visually stunning. I also feel like this trailer is one of those that makes you feel like I have already seen the entire movie. However, Killing Time has an official policy on Scarlett Johansson movies than involves onesies, so I’ll be there when the film opens on March 31, 2017. It’s policy. What can I do?
While the Patriots may have won the most epic Super Bowl of all-time, movie fans watch the Super Bowl as much for bite-sized new trailers as the action on the field. Last year’s Super Bowl gave us one of the best trailers of the year with a full-length Jungle Book trailer. This year gave us Super Bowl sized trailers for Logan, Beauty and the Beast, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, The Fate of the Furious, Transformers: The Last Night, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and more. Plus, if you had any doubt Stranger Things is Netflix’s most successful series yet, the streaming giant took out a Super Bowl ad for the show’s second season. Check out them all out below! Continue reading All the Super Bowl 51 Movie Trailers!!!
This is just stunning. The teaser and the two trailers for this film have been clinics on how to sell a film to an audience. The only criticism I can lay is I can’t imagine that any other rendition of the original Beauty and the Beast anthem that’s played over this trailer can equal the original, but so much looks so good that I’m going into this expecting something very special. Beauty and the Beast opens March 17, 2017. Continue reading Trailer Time: Beauty and the Beast Trailer #2 (2017) *Final Invitation*
Chris Evans is so busy with his work in the MCU as Captain America that we’ve probably seen less of him than any of the other key players in other projects since he first picked up the shield. Following the events of Captain America: Civil War, we’re not guaranteed of seeing Cap again until Avengers: Infinity War next May, so he finally has some time to do some side projects. Evans, actually, was recently talking about retiring from acting and walking away from it, but seems to have been re-energized of late.
In Gifted, Evans plays a man trying to raise his extraordinarily gifted niece in the way his late sister would have wanted, battling his parents, his past, and those who see her merely as a prodigy and not a little girl. The film also stars McKenna Grace, Jenny Slate, and Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer. It’s directed by Marc Webb, who is trying to make a career recovery after the disaster that was The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but he did also direct 500 Days of Summer, so here’s hoping he gets back on his game. The first trailer looks promising. Gifted opens in theaters April 7, 2017.