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If you’re like me, when you heard that Sony was making a movie of Angry Birds, you weren’t surprised, you were confused. Of course making a movie based on an insanely popular game makes sense, but what’s the story outside of flying birds destroying pigs?
Angry Birds was incredibly hot, like, three years ago. T-shirts, toys and probably too many games... you couldn’t escape the upset avians of publisher Rovio’s hit series. And now that the public obsession has cooled to lukewarm, we get our first look at the Angry Birds movie.
Autobirds wage their battles to destroy the evil forces of the Deceptihogs. It's not bad comedy — Rovio and Hasbro have combined forces to form Angry Birds Transformers.
We're exclusively revealing Hasbro's San Diego Comic-Con special edition item — the Angry Birds Star Wars Special Edition Set, featuring the Angry Birds re-dressed in the classic Star Wars Kenner toy packaging. Adorable.
That's no moon, that's a giant Pig! The birds are Jedis and the pigs are Stormtroopers in the new Angry Birds/Star Wars crossover. Check out the first look at a Pig Vader, the Pig Star, and a green Pig AT-AT.
Angry Birds Space will be coming out for iOS, Android, Mac and PC next on March 22, the game's developers at Rovio, tell Kotaku.
Do you wish you could take your Angry Birds gameplay to another level? Are you looking for every last little edge you can find against those insufferable little porcine bastards and their silly little houses?
In the past decade or so, comic-book movies have achieved a credibility that still eludes video-game movies. But that may be about to change, according to a new article over at Forbes.
As usual, Taiwan's Next Media Animation has brought its A-game to its coverage of the Arkansas and Louisiana black bird deaths. In NMA's hands, this mystery's become a perplexing video collage featuring a cigarette-smoking cat and a military dog.