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Adding to the already tremendous line up of launch day titles, Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 will offer between 12-15 bite-sized game titles on day one. With Xbox Live Arcade, casual and hardcore gamers alike will find a wide variety of game genres for download, spanning action arcade titles such as Geometry Wars Retro Evolved (Bizarre Creations) and Mutant Storm Reloaded (PomPom Games), coin-op and retro classics such as Xbox Live multiplayer-enabled Joust (Midway Home Entertainment) and Gauntlet (Midway Home Entertainment), puzzle games such as Hexic HD (MGS) and Bejeweled 2 (Popcap Games), casual sports games such as Bankshot Billiards 2TM (pixelStorm Inc.), light strategy titles such as Outpost Kaloki (Wahoo Studios), and card and board games such as Hardwood Backgammon )Silver Creek Entertainment) and Hardwood Hearts (Silver Creek Entertainment). Each Xbox Live Arcade game includes a free downloadable trial version so game players can try before they buy.

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I've only seen a few of Cronenberg's movies and, aside from his mainstream "debut" of A History of Violence, his movies could easily be described with one word: weird. Sure, they're good too, very good actually, but they're just really really weird. It seems his early weirdness is getting sort of a renaissance with the remaking of this movie and his cult classic Scanners (which I really really want to see but haven't yet). This Cory Goodman kid is fairly untested yet, but he must be pretty damn good at pitching to score two rather high-profile deals within the past month or so. The story here sounds rather cool too: a woman who is able to literally use her inner rage on other people. Nifty. Let's see if this guy can write as well as he can pitch. I hope so because this sounds like a winner to me. Best News of the Week Nominnee.

OK, I loved both of Peter Morgan's movies last year, both of which produced the Best Actor and Best Actress Oscar winners (The Last King of Scotland, The Queen), but this might be going a little too far. If The Queen was the second leg of his "Blair trilogy" then why the crap was it called The Queen? Sure, Michael Sheen did a fine job as prime minister Tony Blair and it was an important role, but the movie wasn't called The Prime Minister... Now Morgan wants to end his trilogy (which started with a English telepic called The Deal, by the way) by doing a movie about how Blair poorly dealt with the transition of power from Clinton to Bush. Gee, that should be a real toe-tapper... Worst News of the Week Nominee.

Remember when I said I never thought New Line would be THIS desperate? Well, apparently Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are in the same boat as the studio. Walker is coming off a series of flops, so his involvement doesn't surprise me, but Diesel, with his surprise hit in The Pacifier two years ago and a fine turn in the indie Find Me Guilty last year, as well as some big budget flicks in the making, doesn't seem to need this as much. Maybe he just liked putting on that tight white t-shirt so much at the end of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift so much that he wanted back in. Who knows. Personally, I think the first has the best acting and the worst action and these movies have gotten worse with the acting and better with the action with each one. I thought Walker and Diesel complemented each other nicely in the first one, even though their script fed them awful lines to say. Who knows. Maybe they'll finally even out this time, with Tokyo Drift director Justin Lin back at the helm. Part of me hates to say this, but... Best News of the Week Nominee.

Since we're out of September that means the movie doldrums are over... umm, right? Wrong. The first weekend in October did nothing to shake up the current blase-faire of the movie world, with last weekend's holdover winner staying put. The Game Plan displayed some surprising staying power, dropping only 27.6% from last weekend, and keeping its crown with a semi-decent haul of $16.6 million. Even with the two wide-released newcomers, Game Plan still had the best per-screen average of the weekend amongst the top 10 with a solid $5,349 average from 3,105 theaters. It stands at $43.1 million after 10 days and, while that isn't earth-shaking, it'll be a whole lot more than the other newbies will likely get in their first 10 days.

The Heartbreak Kid apparently shocked industry analysts with its second place finish and meager gross of just over $14 million. It didn't really shock me one bit, though, especially after the critics only gave it a 30% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes (the same rating The Game Plan has now) and because I've never subscribed to the notion that people flock to the movies solely because of the star. I haven't seen it yet, but I'm surprised everyone thought this was going to make huge bank just because Ben Stiller is in it and his last few movies have made more than the gross national product of Liechtenstein (It's a country. Google it, suckas). Anyway, to get off this tangent of mine, Heartbreak Kid had the widest release of the weekend with 3,229 theaters, but could only muster a $4,342 per-screen average. Budget figures weren't released, but I doubt this flick cost much to make and I'm sure they'll turn a profit... somehow. The Kingdom suffered an average drop of 43.3% to take the bronze medal this weekend with $9.7 million. After that, the movies in the 4-10 slots were so mushed together they were separated by only $2.2 million. Exciting, eh?

They give us a nice intro here and the main homepage has an "Explore Frank Lucas" or an "Explore Detective Richie Roberts" links. Before we get to that though, they have a menu on the top right corner with the normal website goodies. The Story gives us a nice, but brief synopsis, the Notes and Cast and Crew menus are coming soon, Video gives us the amazing Trailer and a this A Look Inside video that gives us interviews with the main players in the movie. We also get some Images and Downloads with two desktops and two AIM Icons to download. The Explore deals for both men give us tons of wonderful background info on the characters and their trades on both sides of the law. The only thing I have against this is they might give away a little too much here on these Explore things, but they give us tons of background info on what I think will be the best movie of the year. American Gangster opens on November 2.

They have some nifty little gadget sort of things here, but in essence, it's a simple sort of site. They have the trailer for you right when the site starts up and you have to hit the Navigation deal to get the menu. In the Download menu you get some Wallpapers, AIM Icons, Screensavers and Posters to download, the Photo Gallery has all of seven photos, Video just has the trailer, no other vids, the Synopsis is decent and the News Feed gives you RSS Links, the IPhone menu has some IPhone wallpapers and the Enhanced Daylight Meter is basically a nifty little countdown thinger for the opening of the movie and it has a code you can embed this onto your own site. Some decent stuff here, but nothing groundbreaking. I Am Legend opens on December 14.

I'm going with Christian Bale and Javier Bardem hooking up for a great true story biopic for my Best News of the Week. It doesn't seem that there's a better project-picker than Christian Bale and I wouldn't be surprised that the very news of his involvement in this picture was what caused this heavily-delayed project to finally come down off the shelf. Bardem is quite a talent as well and this could be his star-making role here in the US. I'm psyched that Joe Carnahan still stayed attached to this biopic about the late drug cartel chief and these three should make quite a team, and movie.


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