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The Lego Movie 2 Video Game Announced

The newest LEGO movie has officially received a game to go along with it and, if there was any confusion which Lego Movie )(and game) came first, the latter’s formal title is The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, ironing out any and all misunderstandings. The newly announced title is set for a 2019 release across Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch and PC, although the exact release date remains unknown. However, as The LEGO Movie 2 film is set for a February release, it is safe to say that expecting the video game to release near that time is very likely.

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So many layers, it's like Inception

LEGO. Movie. Game. Launch. Trailer.

The LEGO series has become a staple element of many Co-Optimus reader's gaming diet, with their hours of 2 player local co-op entertainment.  However, until now we have been familiar with the properties the games are based on.  Thankfully, the same can probably be said of The LEGO Movie Videogame, the film just made over $69 million in its first weekend!

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As Seen in Screens - The LEGO Movie Videogame

I said LEGO were crazy to produce a toy made out of blocks.  I said they were mad if they thought a computer game of these blocks would work.  In the end, they drove me to insanity with The LEGO Movie Videogame; a game, of a film, about a bunch of blocks.  I will sooth my troubled mind with some new screenshots.

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Video Game Film Wreck-It Ralph Gets Co-Op Gameplay in Official Title

For those of you who wish a decent video game movie would be released in theaters for once, we might have a true winner with Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. The movie’s official video game, however, is being described as the game that will “Inspire a whole new generation of young gamers”. Both Activision and Disney Interactive have been working on a side-scrolling, arcade title of Wreck-It Ralph: The Video Game for current Nintendo platforms to go right alongside what is portrayed in the movie.

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Netflix Splitting in Two, Adding Games as it Renames itself Qwikster

Netflix dropped a bombshell on its customers late last night announcing it was splitting it's DVD by mail service and streaming service into two separate companies.  While a major price increase was announced just months ago, this announcement was supposed to be the grand plan all along...or so it seems.  With that Netflix is becoming a streaming media only company while their new DVD service is being called Qwikster.

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Ridley and Tony Scott, Will Arnett, Jason Bateman Among the Confirmed

Major Hollywood Players Making Call of Duty Elite Content

Today Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg was caught blurting out some interesting names while pitching the effectiveness of Call of Duty Elite in getting gamers more involved socially. Actors Jason Bateman ("Arrested Development", The Kingdom, Hancock) and Will Arnett ("Arrested Development", Semi-Pro, Jonah Hex), and director brothers Ridley (Gladiator, Robin Hood, Black Hawk Down) and Tony Scott (Top Gun, Crimson Tide, Man on Fire) have been named as contributors to original content that will be created for Elite.

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Dead Island Trailer Garners Interest from Hollywood

The Dead Island trailer not only surprised us with its deep emotional nature, it managed to surprise and get the attention of numerous folks in the movie industry.  Rumors have been circulating that the Dead Island IP has already been optioned off for a movie by Union Entertainment.  Deep Silver, the game's publisher and IP holder, sent out a press release this morning to set the record straight.

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Zombies Ate My Neighbors Goes Hollywood

We've all heard of movies based on video games; Resident Evil and Prince of Persia are two recent examples, and of course there are the Halo rumors, too.  But the next big video game movie might not be inspired by relatively new games.  Apparently, a script based on SNES/Genesis era classic Zombies Ate My Neighbors is being shopped around.  It's described as "Superbad plus Zombieland plus Home Alone" which actually sounds like a pretty good movie, once you think about it. 

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