The Arcade: Video Game News, Trailers and Release Schedules, Featuring the WORLD OF WARCRAFT Movie, UNMECHANICAL, DEPONIA and More

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Welcome to The Arcade, Collider’s weekly wrap-up of news, trailers and release dates from the video game world.  We don’t just sit around watching movies and TV shows all day, we also play the latest and greatest video games just so we can share them all with you! (It really is a tough life.) Since this is the first installment, we’re keeping it pretty basic but hope to bring you more content in future weeks.  This time around, we’ve got a bit of news on the World of Warcraft film adaptation, a trailer for the indie puzzler Unmechanical and a look at the visually and thematically engrossing Deponia. Let us know what you like, what you don’t like and what you’d like to see more of.  Hit the jump to check out The Arcade!

A Recap of All Our AFM Coverage; Tons of Synopses, Posters, and Images for Upcoming Films

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With the American Film Market (AFM) starting today in Los Angeles, we’ve been posting an enormous amount of promo posters and first synopses from a wide assortment of movies. Due to the amount that we’ve been posting, we think there is a good chance you might have missed some of the posters and info over the course of the day. So to make sure you’re all caught up, here’s links to all our AFM coverage. Look for more tomorrow:


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Continuing our intense coverage of the American Film Market this week, we’ve got posters and synopses for Step Up 4Ever 3D, Brother’s Justice, Hybrid, and Something Borrowed. In what has to be one of the hardest titles to type in the history of film, Step Up 4Ever 3D lacks a director and hasn’t even started production yet but Summit Entertiainment has released a promo poster and brief synopsis. Underrated actor Dax Shepard (Parenthood) makes his feature screenwriting and directorial debut with the comedy Brother’s Justice, starring Bradley Cooper, Tom Arnold, and Jon Favreau. We’ve also got the Kate Hudson-starred Something Borrowed, directed by Luke Greenfield (The Girl Next Door), and One Missed Call director Eric Valette’s Hybrid which is about a murderous, serial killer car (seriously). Hit the jump for the posters and fairly thorough synopses.

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