Sunday, December 26, 2010

Kamen Rider 40th anniversary film!?

As the year 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series, a film commemorating the event has been scheduled for release in the spring of 2011. The film will primarily feature Kamen Rider OOO and Kamen Rider Den-O, as well as feature the other protagonists of the various television series and films of the Kamen Rider Series. The film is currently referred to as the "40th Anniversary Commemoration Movie for the Birth of Kamen Rider" (仮面ライダー生誕40周年記念映画 Kamen Raidā Tanjō Yonjusshūnen Kinen Eiga?).[4] A working title for the film is OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go, Kamen Rider (オーズ・電王・オールライダー レッツゴー仮面ライダー Ōzu Den'ō Ōru Raidā: Rettsu Gō Kamen Raidā?).[5]

Rumor Cast:
  • Shouichi Tsugami (津上 翔一 Tsugami Shōichi?): Toshiki Kashu (賀集 利樹 Kashū Toshiki?)

  • Ryotaro Nogami (野上 良太郎 Nogami Ryōtarō?): Takeru Satoh (佐藤 健 Satō Takeru?)

  • Tsukasa Kadoya (門矢 士 Kadoya Tsukasa?): Masahiro Inoue (井上 正大 Inoue Masahiro?)

  • Wataru Kurenai (紅 渡 Kurenai Wataru?): Koji Seto (瀬戸 康史 Seto Kōji?)[7][8][9]

  • Souji Tendou,  (天道 総司 Tendō Sōji?): Hiro Mizushima (水嶋 ヒロ Mizushima Hiro?)
    Via JEfusion
  • Thursday, December 16, 2010

    Fast Five/Fast And Furious 5


    After Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) is freed by Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) and Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster), they flee the country and assemble a team of their friends and fellow elite drivers to confront a corrupt businessman (Joaquim de Almeida) who wants them dead, while at the same time avoiding capture by a relentless federal agent (Dwayne Johnson).

    [edit] Cast

    The following cast members are confirmed as of October 4, 2010.[2]

    [edit] Production history

    On March 2010, producer Neal H. Moritz revealed in an interview that Fast Five will film this summer in Brazil, Puerto Rico, Los Angeles and Atlanta. He also stated that the sixth installment of the series is also being developed, but both films will not be shot back-to-back.[5]
    Principal photography of the film has commenced in Puerto Rico, particularly in Naranjito, San Juan and other parts of the Island.[6]
    Rapper Ludacris, who is going to be in the film, confirmed primary shooting ended on Tuesday, November 9, through his Twitter page.

    As if some of you people only like picture not reading. A WWE retire Wrestler was in the Movie 

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson

    Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon

    Confirmed Information
    • June 20, 2009 — Michael Bay will be returning to directing duties.[2]
    • October 1, 2009 — "Day One" of preproduction work. A story has apparently already been worked out. The day begins with a meeting between Bay and Industrial Light & Magic which is followed by Bay and writer Ehren Kruger flying to Rhode Island to meet with Hasbro about new characters. Bay confirms a proposed release date of July 1, 2011.[4]
    • October 6, 2009 — Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman will not be returning to write the film. All writing duties have been given to Ehren Kruger.[5]
    • Michael Bay states on the video played at the end of the Revenge of the Fallen Blu-ray AllSpark Experiment game that the third film will go deeper into the Transformers' history (cue lots of Unicron imagery from Transformers: The Ultimate Guide) and that it will have more screentime for Bumblebee. But it does say in the message that he'll tell lies...
    • January 5, 2010 — James Avery confirms he will be playing a new Autobot named Silverbolt. No word on if this is the same character as ROTF Silverbolt.[6]
    • February 7, 2010 — Tony Todd says he'll be back in some capacity[7]
    • March 2, 2010 — Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are going to get updated/revised designs that in Bumblebee's case reflects his maturation.[8]
    • April 27, 2010 — Tony Todd hints at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo 2010 that he will be playing a human character.[11]
    • May 4, 2010 — Paramount Pictures confirms that Patrick Dempsey has been cast in Transformers 3 to play Mikaela Banes' boss.[12]
    • May 11, 2010 — Michael Bay claims: "The Twins are not back in T3."[13] If you believe that, we've got a space bridge for sale.
    • May 19, 2010 — Megan Fox is suddenly dropped from the cast. A new love interest for the Sam character is slated to be cast.[14]
    • June 6, 2010 — Representatives of James Avery, responding to a bizarre rumour that he has passed away, confirm that the actor is indeed alive and will be playing Silverbolt in Transformers 3.[16]
    • June 10, 2010 — USA Today reveals that the villain for Transformers 3 will be Shockwave. Michael Bay and Lorenzo diBonaventura take some of the blame for the criticisms aimed at Revenge of the Fallen and acknowledge the problems the film had. Bay reveals that they will be getting rid of what he referred to as the "dorky comedy" seen in Revenge of the Fallen, and reiterates that the Twins were "basically gone", though John Turturro will return as comic relief. Additionally, the film will explore the Transformers' role in the space race and will be filmed in 3D.[17]
    • June 24, 2010 — Several sources, among them the Chicago Tribune newspaper, confirm shooting locations for the film, including Chicago, IL, and Milwaukee, WI, as well as repeat locations such as Los Angeles, CA, Washington, D.C., and Detroit, MI.
    • July 20, 2010 — Nelson Lauren, the webmaster of Michael Bay's official website, visits the Chicago set and reveals some news: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's character is named Carly,[18] former American footballer Lester Speight plays a soldier.[19] He later posts an official video of the shoot, revealing the latest modifications to the Bumblebee Chevy Camaro prop vehicle, as well as three partially-transformed NASCAR vehicles.[20]
    • July 23, 2010 — An extended version of Nelson Lauren's official video depicts several more Transformer prop vehicles, including the Ferrari 458 Italia, a blue Mercedes-Benz E550 and a convertible version of Sideswipe.[21]
    • July 30, 2010 — In reply to a thread at speculating on the identity of the NASCAR Transformers, Nelson comments that the vehicles are referred to on set as the "Wreckers".[22]
    • July 30, 2010 — Maile Flanagan announces at Otakon that she has been cast for the film, but due to her nondisclosure agreement can not discuss her role in the movie.[23]
    • July 31, 2010 — Nelson posts a picture of the Mercedes E550, seen on the set in Chicago, onto his account, causing fans to misinterpret part of the photo title as a clue to the character's name ("Q").[24] He later clarifies that isn't the case.[25]
    • August 2, 2010 — A new Autobot taking the form of a red Rosenbauer Panther airline fire truck is spotted in Chicago and confirmed to appear by Nelson. He asserts it is not Inferno or Hot Spot.[26]
    • August 3, 2010 — Nelson confirms that Jolt is not returning.[27]
    • August 6, 2010 — Nelson confirms at the Shoot For The Edit site, that Wheelie returns in the third film and Carly's car is a Mercedes-Benz.[28]
    • October 1, 2010 — Tony Todd stated that he is in fact not in Transformers 3.[30]
    • October 6, 2010 — Listings for childrens books on reveal the title of the movie to be "Transformers: The Dark of the Moon," further confirmed by a whois check for "".[31]
    • October 11, 2010 — In a second major on-set accident, this time during Washington D.C. filming, a police SUV responding to an emergency call intersects with a stunt, resulting in it being struck in the passenger-side door by one of Bumblebee's stunt vehicles. Luckily no one is seriously injured.[32]
    • October 31, 2010 — is updated to show the Transformers: Dark of the Moon logo as well as international release dates.

    Sunday, November 21, 2010

    Dynasty Warrior 7

    司馬師 (子元)
    Sima Shi (Ziyuan)

    First son of Sima Yi. Assumed authority in Wei after his father's death. Died early in 255 due to complications of a swollen eye.
    Main Weapon: Rapier
    Seiyuu: Ryotaro Okiayu (aka. Orochi in Warriors Orochi, Chosokabe Motochika in Samurai Warriors, and Treize Khushrenada in Gundam Wing)

    司馬昭 (子上)
    Sima Zhao (Zishang)
    Second son of Sima Yi. Assumed authority after his brother Shi's death. Father of Sima Yan, the first emperor of Jin who would finally unify China.
    Main Weapon: Dao Blade
    Seiyuu: Daisuke Kishio (aka. Taigong Wang in Warriors Orochi)

    Wang Yuanji

    Wife of Sima Zhao and mother of Sima Yan. She is highlighted for predicting Zhong Hui's rebellion.
    Main Weapon: Flying Daggers
    Seiyuu: Kanae Ito (aka. Rin in Hokuto Musou)

    She kinda remind me of someone in Tekken

    lili rochefort

    諸葛誕 (公休)
    Zhuge Dan (Gongxiu)

    Wei officer who is aln: Feather Faso Zhuge Liang's cousin. He tried to rebel against Sima Zhao but failed.
    Main Weapon
    Seiyuu: Takuya Kirimoto (aka. Agon Kongou in Eyeshield 21)

    There will be even more new characters added here, with emphasis on the Later Three Kingdoms Era, thus this game will have the highest number of playable characters in the series so far (safely assumed over 50)
    Returning Characters

    So far the confirmed ones are:
    劉備 (玄德) Liu Bei (Xuande)
    關羽 (雲長) Guan Yu (Yunchang) - Main Weapon: Blue Dragon Halberd
    張飛 (益德) Zhang Fei (Yide) - Main Weapon: Viper Spear
    趙雲 (子龍) Zhao Yun (Zilong) - Main Weapon: Spear
    (張)星彩 (Zhang) Xing Cai - Main Weapon: Sword & Shield

    馬超 (孟起) Ma Chao (Mengqi) - Main Weapon: Spear
    諸葛亮 (孔明) Zhuge Liang (Kongming) - Main Weapon: Feather Fan

    曹操 (孟德) Cao Cao (Mengde) - Main Weapon: Blade
    曹仁 (子孝) Cao Ren (Zixiao)
    夏侯惇 (元讓) Xiahou Dun (Yuanrang) - Main Weapon: Blade
    夏侯淵 (妙才) Xiahou Yuan (Miaocai) - Main Weapon: Bow
    徐晃 (公明) Xu Huang (Gongming)
    甄姫 Zhen Ji - Main Weapon: Flute

    蔡文姫 Cai Wenji - Main Weapon: Harp
    陸遜 (伯言) Lu Xun (Boyan)
    孫權 (仲謀) Sun Quan (Zhongmou)
    周泰 (幼平) Zhou Tai (Youping) - Main Weapon: Katana

    呂蒙 (子明) Lu Meng (Ziming) - Main Weapon: Pike
    凌統 (公績) Ling Tong (Gongji) - Main Weapon: Nunchaku
    大喬 Da Qiao - Main Weapon: Folding Fan
    [Multi Raid 2 weapon will not return]
    張角 Zhang Jiao

    Many if not all returning characters are retaining their old weapons from DW5 back due to the gameplay system reversal (eg. Zhen Ji's flute, Lu Xun's twin blades)

    Gameplay Changes
    Secondary Weapons, Variable Attack, Weapon Expertise, and EX Attack

    • The moveset system is back to the good old Charge-based system (DW5 and before)
    • Characters now equip two weapons at once. Both of them can be changed
    • There will be about 360 different varieties of weapons
    • Some weapons will have gender limitations (eg. high probability that Qiao's folding fans will be exclusive to females)
    • Some weapons will have aerial combo
    • TheVariable Attack system (aka. Real Time Weapon Change), players can switch between two weapons anytime. The weapons can even be switched during a combo with a weapon without cutting the combo itself. To switch weapons, press R1
    • Some characters will have special expertise in certain weapon types. When such weapons are equipped, they will be able to unleash EX attacks
      (Speculation: For new characters, probably it's the 'main weapons' listed above, while for returning characters it's their 'default old weapons')
    Musou attack upgrades
    • Musou bar is now stackable to 2 bars, allowing you to launch a Musou attack twice consecutively
    • Each character will have 2 different kinds of Musou attacks
    • All characters' first Musou attacks are normally executed with O button on ground
    • For the secondary Musou attack, some characters will have either of the following:
      Alternate Ground Musou, by pressing R1+O on ground; or Jump/Aerial Musou, by pressing O while mid-air
    • When using Musou attack, the character will be using their default weapon regardless of what weapons are equipped
    Other Known Information
    • The game supports stereoscopic 3D mode, but it is optional and can be turned off
    • Both consoles (PS3 & 360) will support the stereoscopic 3D
    • Rumor: will have support for the Playstation Move (Sony's motion controller). This is also optional, but not yet known how it will be implemented
    • Some characters will have different facial features depending on the storyline progress, like two-eyed Xiahou Dun or non-masked Sima Shi
    • Character portraits in battle messages have emotion changes just like other recent Warriors games (except SW3)
    • Morale bar is gone, but the morale system itself still exists and will be reflected from officer messages and such
    • DLC (Downloadable Content) is confirmed to be added. Details will be revealed at a later time
    • There are no current plans for a PSP release
    Dynasty Warriors 7
    (Shin Sangokumusou 6)

    Release Date(s): -
    (JP) March 2011
    (NA) March 2011
    (EU) March 25, 2011

    Official Site: JP

    Player(s): 1 or 2 Player(s)

    Platform(s): Xbox 360 and PS3

    Story Updates

    • The storyline surpasses 234's Wuzhang -one of the oft-complained points-, and now properly ends in 280: Jin's unification of China and end of the ROTK period
    • The 晋 Jin Kingdom faction is newly added
    • Story Mode is apparently kingdom-based, and will focus on the 4 kingdoms of Wei, Wu, Shu and Jin
    • The Other force does not have a story mode, but players will be able to use the Other characters in Chronicle Mode
    • You will be playing as different characters as you choose other stages, thus seeing the overall kingdom stories from different character perspectives. The character for that stage will be fixed
    • For some important large battles, it will be split into two parts, so you can have two character perspectives (ex: Shu's Chang Ban, 1st Part: Zhao Yun, 2nd Part: Zhang Fei)
    • The story events will be seamlessly incorporated into gameplay, similar to God of War 3
    • To further reflect the seamlessness above, the usual pre-battle briefing menu is no longer here. Instead, the player stands inside a friendly fortress where they can buy new weapons and interact with other characters for storyline insight before beginning the battle
    • Each kingdom will have around 15 to 25 stages until their endings
    Chronicle Mode
    • This seems to be an individual, free-roam-China and create-your-own-destiny story mode
    • In-between battles, you can visit cities to buy and upgrade weapons
    • You can also interact with other unique characters, and depending on how you interact, you can unlock more playable characters from this mode
    • When you join a faction you will be able to play in their specific stages
    • There are also stages that are based on ROTK
    There also ROTK i think

    Kamen Rider OOO Sagozo Combo

    Kamen Rider OOO Ep 11

    And Sagozo gonna appear in the Next Episode!!!
    My Favourite Form combo xD hehe

    Ok before on the event of episode 12

    let take the little flashback to episode 11

    "Chiyoko goes out for a trip and leaves Eiji and Hina in charge of the Cous Coussier. Elsewhere, a man following a blog owned by a woman named Sawada becomes Uva's newest Yummy producer"
    Now Eiji target is Ageha Yummy is a swallowtail butterfly Yummy created by Uva after he uses an Ageha Cell Medal on Keisuke Tsukuba, a blogger who wishes to become famous. The Ageha Yummy uses his proboscis to suck the talent out of humans, then transfers the stolen talent via pollen into Tsukuba.

    And he is the first Yummy who has a quite nice voice (hehe Just kidding)

    Now SAGOZO but uhh the name we know of this form is not sagozo is SAGOHZO as english pronounce

    We still dunno how eiji obtain Sai medal , Gorilla medal and Zou Medal

    But we know the Sagohzo has a Very power leg and hand.
    however i think his finish is use a powerful leg drop.

    And this combo use in epic 12
    he use this combo form to defeat Ageha

    so that all

    Hope You like it ~~~

    Gideon Sempai Arigatou for everything you inspired me

    Saturday, November 20, 2010

    Skull RevolGarry

    " Owh.. I've been wondering thqt whether skull got his own revolgarry... And seems like a YES.."__________ Gideon Goh

    Skulk RevolGarry is a transport that keep skullboilder i think
    it seems Skull Revolgarry use the same as W one
    Oh by the way the trailer in 0:20-0:24 maybe Sokichi and Shroud could be Building Skull Boilder

    Thank to Genesis check him out

    Thursday, October 28, 2010

    Gundam Musou 3

    i cant believe is true!!!

    As we all know the past Gundam musou they still keep the old tatical view that i get bored when i played 1st and 2nd for many times but this time is real. here a megazines shot tat i took form koei
    it gonna release on winter!!! for Xbox 360 and Ps3 woo~~!!!

    and you can also play the latest and newest gundam unicorn!!! it also have the red colouring line form

    Cool~~!! epic!!! xD but remember reader Patience is what you need Patience!!~~~~~xD

    so that all for today hope it release a good game


    Thursday, October 14, 2010

    Transformer III 3!!!

    Why i post transformer since i got no post news to go so i went this! xD

    As a preemptive measure, DreamWorks and Paramount announced a July 1, 2011 release date in IMAX 3-D for a third Transformers film before completion of Revenge of the Fallen. Director Michael Bay responded, "I said I was taking off a year from Transformers. Paramount made a mistake in dating Transformers 3—they asked me on the phone—I said yes to July 1—but for 2012—whoops! Not 2011! That would mean I would have to start prep in September. No way. My brain needs a break from fighting robots."[5]

    On October 1, 2009, Bay revealed that Transformers: The Dark of the Moon had already gone into pre-production, and its planned release was back to its originally intended date of July 1, 2011 rather than 2012.[6] Filming started in May 2010, with shooting locations including Chicago, Florida, and Moscow.[7][8] Due to the revived interest in 3-D technology brought in by the success of Avatar,[9] talks between Paramount, Industrial Light & Magic and Bay have considered the possibility of the next Transformers film to be filmed in 3-D and testing is being performed in bringing the technology into Bay's work. Later it was revealed Bay does not want to go in that direction.[10] Michael Bay is reluctant to film with 3-D cameras since in test he's found them to be too clunky for his filming style, but he doesn't want to implement the technology in post production either since he is not pleased with the results.[11]

    In a hidden extra for the Blu-ray version of Revenge of the Fallen, Bay expressed his intention to make Transformers 3 not necessarily larger than Revenge of the Fallen, but instead go deeper into the mythos, give it more character development, and make it darker and more emotional.[12] Shortly after the release of Revenge of the Fallen, Orci said he would like to introduce Unicron "for scale's sake",[citation needed] and Unicron is seen during the Transformers: The Dark of the Moon preview video in the Revenge of the Fallen Blu-ray edition, but no comment is made on the subject.[12]

    Having been called Transformers 3 up to that point, the film's final title was revealed to be The Dark of the Moon in October 2010.[13]


    Actors on a Transformers: The Dark of the Moon set in July 2010

    As of March 19, 2010, the script was said to be finished,[14] and pre-shoots began on April 7, 2010 in Indiana, which will portray Ukraine and Los Angeles.[15] Filming began on May 18. First six weeks are in Los Angeles. Filming locations of LA are including Sherman Oaks, Fourth Avenue and 5. Main. Next four weeks take place to Chicago. Filming locations of Chicago are including LaSalle Street, Michigan Avenue, Bacino's of Lincoln Park at 2204 North Lincoln Avenue and around the "Sears Tower".[16] The Michigan Ave scene is filled with crashing and explosions.[17] Filming in Detroit was planned at August. But filming Chicago was extended until 1st Setpember.[18] In late September filming is going to Washington, D.C. and Florida, just before the launch of Space Shuttle mission STS-133.[19] The Washington filming is on the National Mall. Michael Bay says 'We will have a car race on the National Mall. There are two announced locations, the Milwaukee Art Museum and an old factory location of Tower Automotive, currently under redevelopment as mixed use including City of Milwaukee equipment yard, where filming will take place after Chicago.[20] On September 23, filming was taking place at the former city hall in Detroit, MI. In October 16, filming takes place to Johnson Space Center in Texas with meaning to shoot haircuts from the late 1960s.[21] Other planned filming locations included Africa, Moscow, and China.[22] The film will be shot entirely with the Alexa Pace 3D Camera system rather than converting the footage into 3D during post-production.[23]

    Filming was temporarily delayed on September 2, 2010 in Hammond, Indiana, when an extra was seriously injured during a stunt.[24] The extra, identified as Gabriella Cedillo, had to undergo brain surgery after her car was struck by a flying metal object. Cedillo was not part of the stunt crew and she was 500 feet away from the stunt scene.[25] The injury has left her permanently brain-damaged, paralyzed on her left side and her left eye stitched shut.[26][27] As a result, Paramount took responsibility for the accident and decided to cover all medical costs incurred by Cedillo.[28] In spite of this, on October 5, Cedillo's family filed a lawsuit, which cites seven counts of negligence against Paramount, D.W. Studios and several other defendants (not including Bay), with total damages sought in excess of US$350,000.[29]

    Then, on October 11, while filming a chase scene at 3rd Street and Maryland Avenue, SW, a Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police K9 Unit SUV struck the Camaro that portrays Bumblebee in the film. The area had been closed off by the DC police, and it is not clear why the SUV got in it. Both drivers were uninjured,[30][31] but the Camaro was severely damaged.[32] The crash will reportedly be added into the script.[33]

    Cast and characters


    According to representatives for Paramount, Megan Fox will not appear in the film because Bay ultimately chose not to renew Fox's role,[48] although representatives for the actress said that it was her decision to leave the film franchise.[49] With Fox not reprising her role, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was chosen to play Sam's new love interest. Ken Jeong will have an undisclosed role in the film,[22] and Kym Whitley has declared being involved in the shoots. A casting call for extras for the film has been said to call for actors to play Iranian military men for scenes to be filmed in Los Angeles,[50] and reportedly the Ukrainian army will be involved as well.[51]


    Some of the Autobots have undergone some minor visual modifications for the third film in the series.


    It has been said that two robot assassins that will appear and murder humans in a scene to be filmed in Sherman Oaks.[70] A black Dodge Charger SRT-8 is rumoured to appear as a Decepticon.[71] There will be a scene which will involve a huge Decepticon tipping over a building which Sam is in.[72]


    A red Chevrolet Silverado,[73] was spotted with tinted windows but it is unknown if they are Transformers. Also another Peterbilt truck attached with a Cement Trailer and a Volvo truck were spotted being used in a chase sequence and are believed to be Transformers.[74] A Maybach 62 Landaulet,[75] a JetTrain,[68] a Black/Orange Chevrolet Impala[76] were spotted and are believed to be Transformers. A red Chevrolet Camaro was also spotted on set.

    Mark Ryan is confirmed to be voicing several characters in film.[77]