Singledom has never looked so hilariously frightening.April April 15: The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling's 1894 stories get their second major film adaptation —and their first of two live-action adaptations—with this Jon Favreau-directed picture. April 22: Keanu We're still waiting on a trailer for Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele's first movie together—which revolves around a plot to recover a stolen cat—but if five seasons of their Comedy Central sketch show July July 1: The Legend of Tarzan Alexander Skarsgård swings on jungle vines, chills with apes and is super jacked. Jackson is a stately politician and Christoph Waltz plays evil, as is his wont.Whether it's making a long jump or being helped up from a dangling ledge, there are dozens of ways this co-dependency could play out. Too few games cater to people playing games together on a couch; "A Way Out" is a rare game made with co-op as the focus.From a certain point of view, Blizzard Entertainment looks like a developer with track record of producing a near-uninterrupted string of wildly successful games.When you play the , you win or you get dumped, basically.Every night, a different clone is dumped and by the end of the week, the singleton is left with the final three options and must decide who is their "one and clonely". The other two won't even get dumped face-to-face, but by video message.
It’s a mixed bag of prospects, ranging from Sam, a Midwesterner with his own fitness company, to Charlie, a Wisconsin manny who’s been single for 26 years.Founded in 1991 as Silicon & Synapse, the developer is best known for franchises like Star Craft and Warcraft that span decades.But to observe the studio by looking at its released games falls prey to the classic iceberg metaphor: You only see what's above the surface.Blizzard was about to celebrate its 17th anniversary, and CEO Mike Morhaime said that the developer's success is due, at least in part, to canceling projects that don't meet its internal standards.Games like Denizen, Games People Play and Nomad were once in development either at Blizzard or a partner but never released.