'Expendables 2' game outed, to launch alongside the film? A potential Expendables 2 video game tie-in has been outed by the Australian ratings board ... unless purchased by an adult. The classification follows an earlier report linking Ubisoft with several of the film's stars. The Expendables 2 will feature ... 06/13/2012 - 4:55 am | View Link
The Expendables 2 Game Outed By Ratings Board How about this one then: the Australian Classification Board has rated a video game tie-in to the upcoming The Expendables 2 movie. The title – which was an awarded an MA15+ rating – supposedly includes “strong violence” and an online component. 06/13/2012 - 3:00 am | View Link
'The Expendables 2' video game outed by Australia's classification board THE Australian Classification Board appears to have inadvertently revealed an unannounced video game adaptation of "The Expendables 2" is on the cards. The Expendables 2 Videogame was added to the board's list of most recent decisions today. The game is ... 06/13/2012 - 12:30 am | View Link
Expendables 2 game outed by ratings board All-star action film The Expendables 2 is set to arrive in video game form, a listing by the leak-prone Australian Classification Board has revealed. The listing for Expendables 2 appeared last night, CVG noticed. It confirmed Ubisoft as publisher and ... 06/12/2012 - 10:36 pm | View Link
'Expendables 2' game outed, to launch alongside the film? A potential Expendables 2 video game tie-in has been outed by the Australian ratings board ... unless purchased by an adult. The classification follows an earlier report linking Ubisoft with several of the film's stars. The Expendables 2 will feature ... 06/12/2012 - 10:18 pm | View Link
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After dazzling audiences over the weekend at the New York Film Festival with the impressively executed "Steve Jobs," Oscar winner Danny Boyle took to the Lincoln Center Amphitheater Monday night for an in-depth chat on the making of the film, its dynamic lead actor and, most enticingly, plans for the upcoming "Trainspotting" sequel.
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