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Dragon Quest XI New Trailer Released, Special Edition Announced

Square Enix unveiled a new trailer for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age during its E3 2018 event – its first E3 in three years – which is set to release on September 4, 2018 on PS4 and PC. The Japanese role-playing title has been out since July last year in its home country, and the September date is only the release of its English-language version.

Set in the fantasy world of Lotozetasia, the new trailer for Dragon Quest XI opens with our protagonist walking into a great hall, while a narration states that grief and tragedy has followed him since birth. He’s told that it’s his fate to save the world, and the trailer then turns from its serious tone towards a more whimsical one.


The trailer also showed the special editions that’ll be available for Dragon Quest XI pre-orders: an ‘Edition of Light’, which comes with a bunch of bonus downloadable content (DLC), and an ‘Edition of Lost Time‘ that comes with a physical cloth map of Erdrea, a 128-page art book, a two-disc soundtrack and a steelbook case, in addition to previous bonus DLC and more.

Both are available for pre-order today in the US and other regions. Only the Edition of Light is available in India, at Rs. 3,999 on PlayStation Store and Rs. 3,499 on Steam. Edition of Light costs $60 in the US, while Edition of Lost Time costs $150 (about Rs. 10,100).

Though Dragon Quest XI released in Japan on both Nintendo 3DS and PS4, there won’t be a English-language version for the former. Dragon Quest XI will come to Nintendo Switch instead internationally, thought that version has been delayed and only has a vague 2018 release date.

Meanwhile, this is the first time that a Dragon Quest game is coming to PC, and Square Enix is going all out for it: it’ll have 4K support, a first-person camera mode, and an additional ‘hard mode’.

If you’re a fan of video games, check out Transition, Gadgets 360’s gaming podcast. You can listen to it via Apple Podcasts or RSS, or just listen to this week’s episode by hitting the play button below.

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Hugh Jackman Sent A Cute Message To School Kids Who Were Performing The Greatest Showman

Sometimes you can predict ahead of time if a movie is going to perform well in theaters, and other times there are movies that manage to completely surprise critically and/or commercially. One of the latter from last year’s theatrical offerings was The Greatest Showman, which saw Hugh Jackman playing P.T. Barnum in a musical adaptation of Barnum forming his famed circus. In the six months since The Greatest Showman‘s release, it’s built up an impressive fanbase, so much so that students at the Mitton Manor Primary School in Glasgow, Scotland recently performed some of the movie’s tunes on stage, and Jackman sent a special message wishing them good luck.

Rather than perform the entire Greatest Showman story, the Mitton Manor students sang a few songs from the blockbuster musical, and according to BBC, there was an emphasis on “This is Me,” arguably the biggest song from the movie. Ahead of the performance, the teachers decided to tweet Hugh Jackman to see if they could get his attention. Eventually they were successful, and while the actor was unable to see the children perform in person, he did shoot the above video to offer his support and give some valuable words of wisdom from The Greatest Showman. Judging by the accompanying response, it sounds like Jackman will get to see soon enough how the little ones did in front of their school assembly.

Having been in development for nearly a decade, The Greatest Showman finally opened to the masses last December, with Hugh Jackman’s co-stars including Zac Efron, Zendaya, Michelle Williams and Rebecca Ferguson. While the movie earned a mixed critical reception, commercially it’s performed excellently, making $433 million worldwide off an $84 million budget. The Greatest Showman subsequently earned numerous accolades, which included “This is Me” winning a Golden Globe for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture and being nominated for an Academy Award. While such a movie isn’t prime material for earning a sequel, there has been talk recently about the potential for The Greatest Showman becoming a Broadway musical. If that happens, given Jackman’s stage background and assuming he doesn’t have any movies to work on, I wouldn’t be surprised if he reprised P.T. Barnum for some of the opening stage performances.

You can now watch The Greatest Showman in the comfort of your own home on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Hugh Jackman can next be seen U.S. Senator Gary Hart in The Front Runner, and he’s also being eyed for a role in Bad Education. If you’re interested in learning what movies are arriving in theaters later this year, look through our 2018 premiere guide for release date information.

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Nanu Ki Jaanu Review – Bollywood Hungama

The success of GOLMAAL AGAIN has shown that horror comedies have immense potential in India. Now Faraz Haider, who last made a war comedy WAR CHOD NA YAAR [2013] attempts with this genre fusion in NANU KI JAANU. So does NANU KI JAANU follow in the footsteps of GOLMAAL AGAIN and provide humour and horror in ample doses? Or does it fail on both the fronts? Let’s analyse

NANU KI JAANU is the story of a ghost that falls in love with a crook. Nanu (Abhay Deol) is a small time goon who works with Dabbu (Manu Rishi Chadha). Their modus operandi is to rent a flat and then threaten the landlord to transfer the ownership in their name. One day, Nanu is returning home when he sees that Siddhi (Patralekhaa) has met with an accident. He refuses to be a bystander and takes her to the hospital. Siddhi is barely conscious but she sees Nanu helping her and she falls for him. Unfortunately, she passes away as soon as she is brought in the hospital. Nanu gets disturbed by the episode. Soon he realizes that the spirit of Siddhi has followed him to his posh residence in Noida. With no other option in hand, he finds out the address of Siddhi’s father (Rajesh Sharma) and meets him. But even that doesn’t help. He then approaches a ghost buster (Shreya Narayan) but it ends up in a disaster. To make things worse, Nanu loses interest in his illegal work and as a result their source of livelihood is in danger. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

NANU KI JAANU is a remake of a Tamil film PISAASU and is written by Mysskin. The adaptation by Manu Rishi Chadha is very poor. Manu Rishi Chadha’s screenplay is very weak and only a few moments stand out.
NANU KI JAANU doesn’t have a great beginning but one hopes for things to get better as the film progresses. The sequence where Siddhi is dying but is looking at Nanu lovingly could have gone wrong but is handled well. The film has some nice moments once the ghost starts to harass Nanu. The scene where Dabbu gets hung upside down by the spirit brings the house down. The intermission point is intriguing. But shockingly, the film goes completely downhill in the second half. The narrative goes haywire. The last 30 minutes of the film are bizarre to say the least and it’s going to raise questions as to how the script got approved in the first place.

Manu Rishi Chadha’s dialogues are funny at places but they fall flat in many scenes. The dialogues get tacky in the finale. Faraz Haider’s direction is ineffective. He already had a weak plot in hand and his poor direction further messes up things. In the second half, he completely loses control. Even before the shockingly pathetic climax, he has done weird things like putting an intense chase sequence in a romantic song!

Abhay Deol sleepwalks for most of the part but suits the role and is overall decent. He is known to be a thinking actor and has a credible track record. Hence it comes as a jolt to see him in such a bad film. Patralekhaa is shockingly hardly there in the film, maybe for around 10 minutes. Her performance is okay. Manu Rishi Chadha is funny and provides the much needed humour quotient. Rajesh Sharma is quite genuine even when he’s made to perform some very embarrassing scenes. Himani Shivpuri (Nanu’s mother) is fair. Brijendra Kala (Mr Kumar) is nice in the intro scene but then hardly has anything to do. Shreya Narayan’s scenes are a bit overboard but funny but she does well as per the characters requirement. Spandan Chaturvedi (Phantom) plays a difficult role with ease. Manoj Pahwa gets to play an unusual role and is quite good. Others like Gayatri (Shefalii Rana), Gurmeet Singh (Yahoo), Sameer Siddiqui (domestic abuser), Adithi Kalkunthe (domestic abuser’s wife), Mahendra Shrivas (kachauri seller), Ganesh Kumar (watchman), Chirag Sethi (Con man in building lobby), Kunickaa Sadanand (Mrs Nandi), Tarana Kaur (psychiatrist) and Reshma Khan (Promila) are good. Sapna Choudhary is alright in the item song.

The music of the movie is forgettable. ‘Tere Thumke’ catches attention while ‘Bhoot Aaya’ fails to register impact. Other songs like ‘Tujhe Dekhti Hai Nazar’, ‘Kali Choti’ and ‘Jai Mata Di’ are also poor. Dhruv Dhalla’s background score is needlessly loud.

S R Sathish Kumar’s cinematography is nothing special. Boishali Sinha’s production design is passable. Sunil Rodrigues’s action and Manan Ajay Sagar’s editing are okay.

On the whole, NANU KI JAANU is an extremely poor show. At the box office, it will be a huge disaster.

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Just Cause 4 E3 2018 Trailer Reveals Game World, Engine, and Story

Just Cause 4 is out on December 4 and at E3 2018 Square Enix showed off more of the open-world action game. Running on the Open World Apex engine, the game takes place in the fictional South American city of Solis which its developers claim is a “deeply advanced systemic world” that sports a wealth of variety. However, it’s under a spell of oppression and fear thanks to the Black Hand, a militia run by Gabriella, the game’s antagonist. It appears that Square Enix is pulling out all the stops for Just Cause 4, promising improved enemy AI with various enemy classes, including one that can cloak itself. 

Furthermore, there’s extreme weather such as tornadoes that open up a larger number of gameplay options and ways to level an area. Vehicles have been overhauled as well as the series’ signature grappling hook allowing for more ways to play.

Prior to Square Enix showing off Just Cause 4, the game’s price went up on Steam. Much like Square Enix’s other games, it’s Rs. 3,499 ($60 in the US), which is three and a half times more of what Just Cause 3 cost at launch in India. Considering how buggy Just Cause 3 was at launch, it will be interesting to see if Square Enix manages to launch Just Cause 4 as a bug-free affair.


If you’re a fan of video games, check out Transition, Gadgets 360’s gaming podcast. You can listen to it via Apple Podcasts or RSS, or just listen to this week’s episode by hitting the play button below.

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Voltac Coco Phone Retro Radiation Protection Wired Receiver with 3.5mm Jack for Mobiles & Tablet Model 351530

Price: INR 399.00

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Do you remain most of the time on phone calls….??? Worried about the ill effects these radiations can cause to you…?? Well then…how about trying this COCO Phone Retro Radiation Protection Wired Receiver with 3.5mm Jack for Mobiles & Tablet (Telephone Handset)…?? This Elegant, Classy & Easy to use spring retractable cord handset design, prevents you from the harm of radiations during telephone call. Just connect the console to the phone by console audio plug, then user could use the phone call and video chat. Key Feature: ? Answer call button and volume control (for phones that support this feature) Soft-touch rubberized matte finish handset Retro handset allows talking on the phone the old-fashioned style Works with cellular calls and Skype / VoIP calls Soft-touch rubberized matte finish handset Compatible with cell phones, smartphones, iPad and tablet device that’s equipped with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack (Some Features may not work on some phones).


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Simmba Ranveer Singh and his villain Sonu Sood are enjoying in Hyderabad


Ranveer Singh, who was last seen in Padmaavat, has kick-started his next film Simmba in Hyderabad. The shooting began last week with Sara Ali Khan, director Rohit Shetty and producer Karan Johar. Now, Sonu Sood has joined the pack and it seems cast is ready for the out and out entertainer.

A couple of pictures of Ranveer Singh and Sonu Sood are doing the rounds of social media. They were hanging out with a couple of crew members at the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad. Ranveer is dressed in a sweatshirt whilst sporting his clean-shaven look with a moustache. He has beefed up a lot for the quirky cop character, Sangram Bhalerao. It seems like the Simmba hero Ranveer and his villain Sonu Sood are enjoying their film while shooting for the film.

Ranveer Singh had earlier talked about his excitement of working with Rohit Shetty, “Simmba is my first collaboration with Rohit Shetty which I know people are really excited about and me more than anyone to be diving into the masala genre with the king of the genre. It is an incredible opportunity that I am extremely excited to be commencing… shooting in about a month’s time. He is very keen that I have big muscles in the film. He has told me — Jab tu wardi pehenega na to wardi phatni chahiye,” he said.

Directed by Rohit Shetty, Simmba is a remake of the Telugu film, Temper (2015). It is reported that Ajay Devgn will have a cameo in the film and reportedly say his trademark Singham dialogue, Aata Maajhi Satakli. Simmba is all set to hit theatres on December 28, 2018.

After Simmba, Ranveer Singh will be seen in Zoya Akhtar’s directorial, Gully Boy. The film stars Alia Bhatt in the lead and is slated to release on Valentine’s Day next year.

Also Read: Simmba Ranveer Singh and Singham Ajay Devgn to come together for a MEGA ACTION sequence in Rohit Shetty’s next

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I Went To See Hotel Artemis Thinking It Was A Kids Movie About A Clock

I have a confession to make. I went to the movies over the weekend, and it was one of the most disorienting, confusing and frankly, embarrassing experiences of my entire life. You see, I went to see Hotel Artemis, only I saw the wrong movie. Now, I paid for the right movie. Unlike Dwight Schrute, I even went into the right theater. I just didn’t see Hotel Artemis. Or, well, actually, I saw a movie called Hotel Artemis, it just wasn’t the movie my brain thought was called Hotel Artemis.

This is getting complicated so let’s back up.

It all started on Saturday morning. My wife asked if I wanted to go see Hotel Artemis, and I immediately agreed. I saw the trailer awhile ago, and it was delightful. Live action movies for kids are my jam. Cate Blanchett is one of the best alive, and I’m back on Team Jack Black after he made me laugh out loud several times in Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. All kinds of in. I’m pretty sure everyone else in the world is too. I mean, look at how much fun the trailer for Hotel Artemis is…

Now, you see how like 5 seconds into the trailer for Hotel Artemis, it says The House With A Clock In Its Walls? Apparently it says that because the movie is actually called The House With A Clock In Its Walls. It is not, in fact, called Hotel Artemis, and it has nothing whatsoever to do with Hotel Artemis. I’m a strong man. I’ll step up and admit that’s on me. When I watch a trailer for a movie, I should file all of that footage away inside my brain drawer with a label that has the proper title to prevent confusion. I did not do that in this case. So, once again, my B. I’m raising my hand to admit I may have made some mistakes here, but I can’t beat myself up all year about it. It could have happened to anyone.

Anyhoo, I went inside the theater, waiting to see Hotel Artemis presents The House With A Clock In Its Walls, and suddenly, I was hit with a first jarring and confusing clue that maybe something was off. One of the trailers used the word “Shit.” I’m a pretty open guy when it comes to swearing. If you need it to express yourself and it starts with an “f” or an “sh” or a “c” or whatever letter other bad words start with, then that’s your business and you should do you. But a hard “shit” before a “PG” movie was still alarming to me. Whatever. I didn’t question it too much because like Truman Burbank, I accepted the reality of the world in which I was presented.

Then the movie started and it was just chaos. I mean do you know what Hotel Artemis, like the real Hotel Artemis, is about? Watch this trailer right quick…

The movie opens with a riot. Then there’s a bank robbery. People are just getting shot up left and right. Not like cartoon violence or underplayed violence either. When people get shot, blood actually comes out of their wounds. This is all within the first 15 minutes. So, I looked over at my wife who is sitting next to me, and I said, “How is this a kids movie?” And she looked at me like I was crazy and said, “It’s not a kids movie.” You would think at this point it would have all clicked, and I would have shouted, “OHHH Hotel Artemis!” I did not. There was no clicking. So then the characters actually get to the title Hotel Artemis, and there is no frigging clock, and there’s no precocious kid trying to solve a mystery and save the day. There’s only more criminals and death. So, I leaned over to my wife and said, “Where the hell is Jack Black?” And then it all came crashing down via 90 seconds or so of hushed whispers in which my mistake was fully laid bare. Jack Black was not coming.

You can make fun of me if you want for this little snafu. Lord knows my wife has and probably will continue to, but I have to admit, there was something utterly amazing about watching a movie with expectations being subverted at every single turn. Even after I found out Hotel Artemis wasn’t The House With A Clock In Its Walls, I had no idea where this thing was going or even who it starred. So, imagine my surprise when a new all-world supporting actor strolled in every 15 minutes. Sterling K Brown. Jodie Foster. Charlie Day. Sofia Boutella. Jenny Slate. Zachary Quinto. Even Jeff Goldblum uhhh found a way into Hotel Artemis.

Long story short: I enjoyed Hotel Artemis. 3.5/5. Could have used more Jack Black.


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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Release Date Leaked

Hours prior to Ubisoft’s E3 2018 event, it appears that the release date for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the latest game in its long-running open-world historical assassination series has been leaked. The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey release date is October 5 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. What’s more is, details in terms of gameplay have emerged too. You’ll be donning the role of either Kassandra or Alexios – two pre-made characters both have the same story and they also have connections to the first civilisation, to what degree though, is left to the player to discover.

In addition to this, the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey map is a lot bigger than Assassin’s Creed Origins. It spans multiple locations of Greece and there’s a greater emphasis on naval combat this time. Furthermore,Ubisoft have managed to up the enemy count, with more of them on land and sea.

All of these details come courtesy of a video that was uploaded by Unilad Gaming on Facebook which has since been pulled. However, by then it was already archived because as the old saying goes, the Internet never forgets.

Last week, members of the Assassin’s Creed subreddit have received invites from the PlayStation Store on PS4 to watch the game’s world premiere trailer. Along with it comes information regarding the game’s story and setting. If you were under any assumption that you’d be donning the role of Bayek or his estranged wife Amunet, the description pretty much puts an end to that. Much like the teaser Ubisoft showed off, it does take place in Greece and would have elements not too dissimilar to 300. The description is as follows:

“Take control of your destiny and write your own epic odyssey as you journey to become a legendary Spartan hero. Live incredible adventures in a world where every choice matters. Rejected by your family, you must embark on an adventure from outcast mercenary to legendary Spartan hero to uncover the truth about your past. Watch the World Premiere Trailer!”

If you’re a fan of video games, check out Transition, Gadgets 360’s gaming podcast. You can listen to it via Apple Podcasts or RSS, or just listen to this week’s episode by hitting the play button below.

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