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“The Last of Us” Gets A PS5 Remake

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Sony PlayStation and Naughty Dog are reportedly developing a full-blown remake of its iconic 2013 PS3 video game “The Last of Us” – one that will update the game’s visuals and gameplay to be much closer to the look and feel of last year’s sequel “The Last of Us Part II”. Bloomberg reported on the…

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Sony PlayStation and Naughty Dog are reportedly developing a full-blown remake of its iconic 2013 PS3 video game “The Last of Us” – one that will update the game’s visuals and gameplay to be much closer to the look and feel of last year’s sequel “The Last of Us Part II”.

Bloomberg reported on the news, saying Sony has been developing the project for some time, hiring a small team of developers outside of Naughty Dog to bring the original “Uncharted” up to date before switching over to the original “The Last of Us”.

However the group never got the appropriate funding and so was moved to help develop “The Last of Us Part II”. Since its release last year, several Naughty Dog developers have now been brought in to back the remake.

The remake news arrives as Naughty Dog continues to work on a multiplayer project and a long-rumoured new installment in the “Uncharted” franchise. The timing makes sense though with HBO’s “The Last of Us” TV series and Sony’s “Uncharted” film with Tom Holland on the way with both potentially hitting next year.

It also comes as there’s increasing pressure from fans for Sony to patch “The Last of Us Part II” on PS5 to take full advantage of the new hardware and run at 4K/60fps.

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“Magic Mike” Competition Series Announced

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“Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum, screenwriter Reid Carolin and director Steven Soderbergh will executive produce “The Real Magic Mike,” an unscripted competition show set to premiere later this year on HBO Max. The series will feature ten men who have “lost their magic” competing for a cash prize and a chance to perform at the…

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“Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum, screenwriter Reid Carolin and director Steven Soderbergh will executive produce “The Real Magic Mike,” an unscripted competition show set to premiere later this year on HBO Max.

The series will feature ten men who have “lost their magic” competing for a cash prize and a chance to perform at the Magic Mike Live stage show in Las Vegas.

According to the streamer, contestants: “will bare their souls and more as they evolve their bodies, learn to perform spectacular routines, and develop a new level of self-confidence. As they strip off their clothes, they will rid themselves of emotional baggage and regain their mojo, but only one will be the Real Magic Mike.”

The show is being backed by Eureka Productions and Warner Bros. Unscripted Television.

Source: The Live Feed

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Timberlake To Lead “Dangerous Mind” Series

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Following his success with “Palmer” in January, actor/singer Justin Timberlake is returning to the Apple TV+ service for a new series. Timberlake will star as former “Gong Show” host Chuck Barris in the currently untitled adaptation of Barris’ 1984 memoir “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”. Said book had Barris making suspect claims that his TV…

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Following his success with “Palmer” in January, actor/singer Justin Timberlake is returning to the Apple TV+ service for a new series.

Timberlake will star as former “Gong Show” host Chuck Barris in the currently untitled adaptation of Barris’ 1984 memoir “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”.

Said book had Barris making suspect claims that his TV hosting gig was a front for his real job – a CIA assassin who took out enemies of the state in the 1960s and 1970s.

George Clooney directed a 2002 film adaptation of the property with Sam Rockwell playing Barris.

Miramax and Paramount Television Studios are backing the series which has “Ray Donovan” executive producer David Hollander set as co-showrunner alongside pilot writer Jon Worley (“Justified,” “Iron Gist”).

Source: Deadline

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