This week, our good pal and Video Producer Zion was lucky enough to visit Super Nintendo World in Hollywood. The park is now officially open to the public after a period of technical rehearsals, with none other than Shigeru Miyamoto in attendance at the grand opening. While Zion wasn't able to catch Miyamoto-san during his time at...
Imagine hearing this on repeat
Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood is currently open for technical rehearsals, and as such, details of the park are now starting to be shared online ahead of its full launch on February 17th. One video that's caught our eye features the one and only Toad, who has decided to venture into the world of...
Piranha Plant Pipes Up!
Earlier this year, Nintendo announced its intention to open Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood, after the roaring success of its debut theme park in Osaka, Japan. It looks like development of the new attraction is coming on nicely, thanks to a recent video taken by theme park enthusiast Ethan Becker (via
Entertainment boffin Evan Cholfin Overseeing adaptations
Following the news that Sony Pictures and Nintendo are apparently close to signing a deal to make a new Super Mario movie, it has been revealed that Sega is also looking to exploit its portfolio of famous gaming properties in the field of film and television. As reported by Variety, media
Leaked emails suggest the deal is close to being complete
It may be a cult classic but the 1993 Super Mario Bros. movie was a critical and commercial bomb. Despite the fairly obvious lesson that the Mushroom Kingdom and Hollywood don't mix, it would appear that the movie industry's memory is a short one; Sony Pictures is apparently very close to...
Based on the web short of the same name
Remember Pixels? It was a short film made by Patrick Jean back in 2010, and showed New York city being invaded by characters from famous retro games. The short is being turned into a fully-fledged movie helmed by Home Alone and Harry Potter director Chris Columbus and starring Peter Dinklage (Game of...
This is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time
YouTube channel Cinefix is devoted to putting a retro gaming spin on famous Hollywood movies, and previous efforts have included Inception, The Hunger Games and The Dark Knight. The most recent offering adds pixels to David Fincher's 1999 cult classic Fight Club, with