It has been a busy week for superhero movies. X-Men may be the franchise currently running the cinemas, with its writer already looking to the future and talking about the popular new character, Quicksilver but it also saw Warner Bros. finally give a title to the Batman and Superman movie, Marvel have had a few issues. They lost the director for Ant-Man, then lost and replaced the showrunner for the Daredevil Netflix series.
Meanwhile, EA Sports revealed that the World Cup will make its debut in the popular Ultimate Team mode of FIFA. This news came just days after questions were raised about whether PFA Player of the Year, Luis Suarez will be at the World Cup in Brazil. It wasn’t all rosy in the world of gaming, as Far Cry 4 faced cries of racism and Tom Clancy’s The Division got delayed from its ambitious 2014 release date.
What were your most popular stories of the past seven days? Take a look below.
- Education Secretary Michael Gove removes classic American literature from GCSE curriculum.
- With the critically slated release of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game, we looked back at the best games featuring ol’ web-head.
- Half-Life 3 is in development. At least, according to the Counter-Strike creator.
Your Top Stories
- Led Zeppelin face plagiarism claims over their biggest hit, ‘Stairway to Heaven‘.
- The first gameplay trailer lands for Batman: Arkham Knight and it shows off the titular villain and the Batmobile.
- The secretive J.J. Abrams shows off the first footage on set of Star Wars: Episode VII as he launches a charity campaign to win a place in the film.
- 2K Sports finally give an official confirmation of the release date for WWE 2K15, and reveal what consoles it will land on.
- Stephen King’s It leaves Warner Bros., and finds a new studio.