This week sees the release of DC Comics’ new series Justice League of America #1 and JLA: Vibe #1. In Justice League of America, the United States government creates a version of the League that answers only to them. JLA: Vibe focuses on one of the members, a reboot of a “classic” member from the early 80s Detroit incarnation of the Justice...
Sony announced the Playstation 4 last night at its much-ballyhooed press event in New York City along with a handful of titles that will be available at or near launch. They did not, however, show us the actual machine.
Starting at 5pm ET/2pm PST Gametrailers.com and GTTV’s own Geoff Keighley will be joined by industry journalists to speculate on what Sony’s big reveal will be. Immediately following that, Sony will take the stage and you can watch it all on our live stream right here.
All Access Weekly had Axel Alonso in the studio this week, where he dished about upcoming big Marvel events and new titles on the horizon. It's a great interview, and it airs this Tonight at midnight/11c on Spike.
This week’s episode of All Access Weekly is devoted entirely to The Walking Dead. We have an exclusive look at footage from the new game and our in-house guest is none other than Daryl Dixon himself, Norman Reedus. Catch it in all its glory this Wednesday at midnight/11c.
“Warm Bodies” comes out this Friday, the latest in a litany of films that take advantage of our current obsession with all things zombie. In this film, adapted from the 2010 novel by Isaac Marion, a zombie named R meets and falls in love with a normal human.
Blackberry, the company formerly known as RIM, unveiled its new Blackberry 10 device after much hype.
Only a few months after Disney bought the Star Wars franchise from George Lucas, we’re slowly but surely getting a clearer picture of what the new installment will look like. We here at All Access Weekly have a few ideas of our own for the latest installment that we hope the folks at Disney will consider.
An oft repeated gripe in both internet message boards and coffee houses is that Hollywood has become devoid of creativity. People accuse filmmakers of a dearth of original creations, citing all the reboots, sequels, prequels, and adaptations that litter the landscape every summer as proof that the film industry has simply run out of ideas.
If you followed the news surrounding this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as well as last week’s episode of All Access Weekly from the convention floor in Las Vegas, you likely know that most of the buzz surrounded television. Industry giants presented the latest in television tech with absurdly large, crisp screens featuring the new 4K/Ultra...