Leads Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey see some intense action as they fight the good fight, and we catch our first glimpse at a terrifying cordyceps-infected clicker along with the surprise appearance of Melanie Lynskey as a revolutionary leader.
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From Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, the upcoming action-adventure release features deleted scenes, a look at fan favorite characters, and ‘Into the Krypt: Easter Eggs of Mortal Kombat;’ film is currently available on premium digital.
Enjoy a puppet Sonya Blade, Sub-Zero, and Scorpion pop some threads in a safe-for-work trailer for the upcoming theatrical blood bath that releases in theaters and on HBO Max today.
Let the vampire hunting begin! Frederator Studios’ hugely popular anime series, based on the Konami video game, is back for Season 4.
With filmmaker promises not to shy away from the hugely popular video game’s iconic and gruesome killing blows, R-rated action-adventure hits theaters and HBO Max simultaneously on April 23.
The ‘True Lies’ star will play Tannis the archaeologist, while the beloved comedian and ‘Jumanji’ star will voice the lovable and hilarious robot Claptrap, in the upcoming video game adaptation.
The comedic actor will play battle-hardened soldier Roland alongside Cate Blanchett’s thieving Lilith.
Earlier films omitted the game’s iconic and over-the-top gruesome killing blows, but the 2021 reboot will not shy away from the mayhem, according to actor Lewis Tan and director Simon McQuoid.
Constantin Film apologizes for overt racist dialogue in new action-adventure which alienated the entire Chinese audience and is getting review-bombed to hell.
Powerhouse Animation director Samuel Deets shares two images featuring characters Trevor and Sypha from the highly anticipated upcoming season of Netflix’s hit anime series, ‘Castlevania.’
Widely labeled as one of the best video games of all time, the zombie survival live-action adaptation will be written by Craig Mazin (Chernobyl) in partnership with Last of Us writer and creative director Neil Druckmann.
After a disappointing first trailer, the film’s fans have their faith restored with a new Chinese trailer that features humor and the Meowscular Chef.