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Disney eliminates numerous FOX film productions

Disney, after the purchase of the entertainment giant FOX, has decided to protect itself by eliminating definitively numerous films planned for the coming years due to the incredible flop at the box office by X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Between...
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Hitman 3 is currently in development and may have an episode structure

In the past few hours, the Youtube channel Noclip has published a documentary entirely dedicated to the Hitman video game series, in which the developers of IO Interactive have revealed that the third chapter of the brand ...

Hitman 2 - Sean Bean returns with the Elusive Target

Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive have announced that the Elusive Target mission of HITMAN 2 with the internationally renowned actor Sean Bean will return the 3 May and will be available until ...

Check the Hitman 2 logo on the Warner Bros website

The official arrival of a new Hitman now looms, with an announcement scheduled for Thursday 7 June. Warner Bros has well thought of creating a bit of a mess: yesterday on the site of the entertainment giant ...

Global Gaming Market 2019-2023 | Rising Popularity of Free-To-Play Model to ...

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # ConsumerDiscretionary - The global gaming market is expected to CAGR of over 10% during the period 2019-2023, according to the latest market research ...

CHILDWISE Trends & Predictions Report, 2018 - Trends in Media Use ...

DUBLIN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The "CHILDWISE Trends and Predictions 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.This new report details trends in media use and purchasing behavior ...
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