Shut Up and Rock -- 12/13/13

Dec 13, 2013 -- 7:07am

You kids keep your noses clean, you understand? You'll be hearing from me if you don't! We ain't gonna stand for any weirdness out here!


  • Def Leppard will be taking over AXS TV on December 29th, providing a little post-Christmas fun as they prepare for the debut of Def Leppard: Viva Hysteria, the concert film that stems from their Vegas shows earlier this year.  That'll be shown around 7:00 PM that night, but during the day, they'll feature concert footage from Cheap Trick, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, KISS, and more.
  • What's on tap for this weekend?  The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, of course!  That'll be the big winner, almost guaranteed, but because people somehow still go to see these flicks too, Madea's Family Christmas will probably do well as well.  Don't ask me why.
  • Looks like Jerry Bruckheimer's getting right back into the thick of it after parting with Disney.  He's already teamed up with Sony to get the ball rolling on Bad Boys III, bringing on David Guggenheim (Safe House) to put together a script for him.
  • Also, Universal has decided to try and salvage the footage they have of Paul Walker for Fast & Furious 7, and if that can be done, it's expected that the movie will get back on track as early as late January.
  • In gaming news, DC Universe Online will receive another expansion later this winter called the War of the Light, which will add a new Rage power set in line with the Red Lanterns, of which Atrocitus will also be added to the game.  That'll be free for Legendary members, of course, but no solid date or price is set yet.
  • Also, Ubisoft has announced on the heels of the first DLC for Assassin's Creed IV:  Black Flag that the next set, Freedom Cry, will be out next Tuesday and feature Adawale, the Jackdaw's first mate who is an assassin all his own.


'Til Monday, maniacs...ROCK!


(News credit to 411mania.com)

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