Can't see them getting anywhere near Chris Pratt for this movie. He seems to only do big blockbusters now and this looks every bit a C grade movie. Dwayne Johnson would do it though, he will "act" in anything.Chris Pratt as a cop? that would have been funny.
I'm ok with that Sonic.
Ordered it about 3 weeks ago and didn't think anything was wrong because he left a tracking number which said estimated delivery date 24th of December (though I did think this was pretty long but hey it's Xmas time)What Happened?
https://www.kotaku.com.au/2019/01/bungie-splits-with-activision-keeps-destiny/Bungie and Activision are splitting up, an industry-shaking divorce that will see Destinyenter fully into Bungie’s control.
This development comes after years of tension between the two companies—tension that has existed since before the first Destiny even shipped. Bungie told employees during a team meeting this afternoon, framing it as fantastic news for a studio that has long grown sick of dealing with its publisher.
“We have enjoyed a successful eight-year run and would like to thank Activision for their partnership on Destiny,” Bungie said in a blog post today. “Looking ahead, we’re excited to announce plans for Activision to transfer publishing rights for Destiny to Bungie. With our remarkable Destiny community, we are ready to publish on our own, while Activision will increase their focus on owned IP projects.”
We'll see what happens. There's some significant evidence out there indicating that Bungie is at least part of the problem independent of Activision. For example:FINALLY.
Although we knew that selling your soul to the devil was a bad idea when it was first announced; its better late than never. Hopefully, now we can start powering up the D3 hype train.
https://www.pcgamesn.com/destiny-2/destiny-2-reboot-jason-schreier"What Bungie decided was: ‘we can’t do this any more. This is just too much, this is too hard for us to do – the tools that we work with are really hard to deal with. It’s hard for us to make this much content. It’s just hard making content in general.’ And they said ‘we are going to do a drip feed of smaller stuff, and we’re going to put up the Eververse, sell microtransactions, and make money that way.’ And Activision said ‘okay’ – it was a part of their renegotiated deal – and they got to a point where they didn’t have to be cranking out as much content. And now they’re back to the same pattern, where they have to crank out these DLCs and just be making content constantly.”