There were a lot of intriguing moments to dig into in the new trailer for The Mandalorian, but one that especially stood out to us was a series of figures frozen in carbonite, seemingly held in storage by the Disney+ series' central bounty hunters.
This offered up an interesting tease at the state of the world in The Mandalorian, set after the events of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. It seems as though Boba Fett wasn't the only bounty hunter who used the carbonite trick to deliver cargo in such a manner to the person paying for it. (There have been a number of instances of carbonite freezing in various Star Wars comics, games and novels, but none as memorable as Boba Fett's.)
During our IGN Gamescom 2019 live show, we hosted some Monster Hunter legends: executive director Kaname Fujioka, producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, and director Daisuke Ichihara to tour us through an exclusive look at Brachydios - a returning monster to the series that's new to Monster Hunter: World.
In addition, we got the chance for a look at the extensive customization options in "your Hunter's room" in Seliana - the hub world in Monster Hunter: Iceborne. They walked us through all the gameplay changes made to Brachydios, plus how to unlock all of these options in your hunter's house. Be sure to check out the video above - you can find the customization of "your room" starting at 9:22 and Brachydios appears at 17:40 in the video below!
Spider-Man may be leaving the MCU (at least for now), but the web-slinger will still be front and center at Disney's theme parks around the world. At Disney's D23 Expo in Anaheim, Disney Parks chairman Bob Chapek previewed the upcoming Avengers Campus expansion coming to Disney's California Adventure, Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland, which will open with a new Spider-Man centric ride.
From left, Gerard Butler as Mike Banning and Morgan Freeman as President Allan Trumbull in “Angel Has Fallen,” a film directed by Ric Roman Waugh.
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There are jaw-dropping performances in sport and then there is the one that Ben Stokes served up at Headingley on Sunday.
When all hope seemed lost, and with it the Ashes, England’s talismanic all-rounder held his nerve with an unbeaten 135 that sealed a thrilling one-wicket win over Australia and one of the most remarkable heists in cricket history.Continue reading...
Debris from the collision in Majorca.