Call it rude, call it sour grapes, call it what you will. But on their final episode, with nothing to lose, X-Play is spoiling in three minutes the endings to some of the biggest games you've ever played.
We can't all look like Patrick Stewart, but some of us sorta kinda can(-ish)! And when you do, it's only natural you'd have favorite X-Play moments. Just ask this guy!
Do your co-workers need an energizer? You could try group jumping jacks or offsite team building, but with Borderlands 2 loot midgets for the office, you'll never need anything else! Just drop a few of these baddies into the mix, and you'll have everyone perked up in no time!
With X-Play signing off the air for good, however will you get your game reviews? Why, you'll make them yourself! With these tips from our gaming experts, you'll be creating your own stellar reviews for the future games we won't be around for.
Some of the most important people on X-Play were the ones you rarely saw, but for the series finale, all bets were off. Producer Mike Benson is joined on stage by his dog to deliver some of his favorite moments from all the years he spent working on the show.
On X-Play's last show, Morgan Webb and Blair Herter thought it would be a nice thing letting Kristin Adams say a few words of goodbye. Then they gave her the microphone...
We've long dreamed of a day when we could download freshly released movies to our TVs, and now, that day has arrived... but with a steep price! PRIMA Cinema gave us some hands-on time with their product, and it's an amazing service for anyone who can't make it to their local cineplex on opening weekend to see the latest, greatest releases. The cost? A cool $35,000 for the primary unit and remote fingerprint reader, plus an additional $500 per viewing, or a TBD annual fee for an unlimited subscription. Now, that seems astronomical, we know. However, it's chump change next to the cost of installing professional projection equipment (which can run well over $100K). In addition to those equipment costs, you also have to be on a super secret screener list called the "Bel-Air Circuit" that gives access to first-run theatrical releases. Oh, and that circuit is per studio, and even if you make one studio's list, it doesn't guarantee you'll be placed on any other studio's list. Hollywood heavy hitters like Ari Emanuel, George Clooney, and Les Moonves are all on the list, so if you're expecting an invitation, don't hold your breath.
It appears that there's still life in the long-discussed live-action Robotech film, after all. After several years in developmental purgatory, Warner Bros. is finally moving forward with the project, appointing feature film newcomer, Nic Mathieu to the director's chair.
Known for work mainly in commercials, Mathieu has also recently nabbed another Warner project called The Wind. He now lands potential blockbuster fodder by adapting the seminal Japanese anime series which comes straight from the 1980's heyday where "giant robots punching things in space" was as common as autotune is today in the music biz. While other entries in the robot genre were more fluffy, geared towards the interest of children, Robotech carried a reputation of distinguishing itself with a harder edge.
The story is set in a future in which a crashed alien spacecraft in the South Pacific becomes a proverbial Pandora's Box of technology; a technology that would save the life of all mankind, as it helps them develop giant piloted robots that serve as Earth's primary defense against the forces of immense invading extraterrestrials. -- No doubt, such a premise seems to be timely with the looming presence of another potential blockbuster with giant piloted robots battling giant dimensional-invading monsters in Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim this summer. Most likely the coming of that film was the catalyst for the jump-start on this long-stagnant Robotech project.
Actor, Tobey Maguire (attached to the film for over 5 years,) remains on board as producer. Joining him in that capacity, are Akiva Goldsmith, Matthew Plouffe, Joby Harold, and Tory Tunnell. However, at this point, nothing has been revealed regarding the script, which at various points in time had names attached like the legendary Lawrence Kasdan and afterwards, the duo of Alfred Gough and Miles Millar.
Blair Herter hired on a dare? Morgan Webb once a member of Das EFX? These are just two of the incredible X-Play show secrets being revealed now that it's off the air. See all the amazing revelations below!
This is it. Attack of the Show has wrapped their final episode. Matt Mira, Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood are joined by the cast and crew for a one last goodbye song in the studio. Thanks to all of our fans from over the years!
With X-Play wrapping up its series finale and shuttering doors, only now can some of the show's darkest secrets be revealed.
For instance, did you know that whenever Morgan Webb left the office, staffers fell into a raging panic that quickly devolved into Lord of the Flies-like violence? Yeah, it's true. And this video is proof:
Co-hosting Attack of the Show is one thing, but how about going out into the field? In Attack of the Show's final episode, we pay tribute to the best correspondents from our seven year history. Thanks for doing all the dirty work for us!
For years, Attack of the Show has kicked off [almost] every episode with a trip Around The Net. So why should the series finale be every different? This time, Matt Mira, Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood run down the top ATN videos OF ALL TIME and crown one to be the best ATN video OF ALL TIME. Yes, those caps are necessary.
Where do hosts go after their long-running show gets cancelled? Matt Mira, Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood find out after they "accidentally" touch a live wire in the studio. And guess who they meet? No, it's not Office Jesus.
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