Bethesda’s highly anticipated game “Starfield” has been given an R-18+ rating by the Australian Classification board. The rating says the game contains high-impact drug use, strong-impact violence, moderate-impact themes and bad language, and very mild nudity.
The rating means it’s illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to buy the game, and is the highest for a major Bethesda title to date which have generally scored MA-15+ ratings. “Starfield” will be released on September 6th. [Source: VGC]
Faces of Death
Barbie Ferreira (“Euphoria”) and Dacre Montgomery (“Stranger Things”) are set to star in a reimagining of the 1978 cult horror feature “Faces of Death” for Legendary. “Cam” writer Isa Mazzei and director Daniel Goldhaber are behind the reimagining.
The original film followed a pathologist exploring gruesome ways to die via footage purportedly culled from around the world. The original ‘video nasty’ was banned in some countries. The new take aims to update it for the 21st century. [Source: THR]
Keke Palmer will team with Kevin Hart on the feature comedy “The Backup” at Universal Pictures, Big Boss Entertainment, and Hartbeat. Hart, Palmer, Bryan Smiley and Sharon Palmer will produce.
Chris Brew and Jordan Gouveia’s script follows Ben, a bit of a player who decides he’s finally ready to settle down with his childhood friend Alyssa (Palmer). Unfortunately, she’s engaged to a handsome billionaire and needs Ben to be her best man at a Maui wedding. [Source: THR]
Cinedigm has picked up the U.S. rights to the recent Japanese remake of Vincenzo Natali’s 1997 Canadian sci-fi horror cult classic “Cube”. Cinedigm will release the film via Screambox on April 11th.
Yasuhiko Shimizu helms the new take which follows a group of strangers who find themselves trapped in a sadistic maze without remembering how they got there. Looking for ways to escape, they discover rooms riddled with lethal traps and must work together to survive. [Source: THR]
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