Dear Hollywood, no one wants to see a Kane & Lynch movie anymore — I'm not sure anyone ever did. Not then with Bruce Willis and Jamie Foxx, and not now with Gerard Butler and Vin Diesel.
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Are career criminals Kane and Lynch finally going to appear in a great game? It would appear so, as the PC version of Tomb Raider spin-off Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is getting some unexpected playable characters.
The holiday hits keep coming. IO Interactive, the Danish studio behind Hitman and Kane & Lynch, let go about 30 employees this week, according to sources close to the studio.
The big screen version of crime series Kane & Lynch keeps losing director after director. According to the Los Angeles Times, the flick has — you guessed it — lost its latest director.
With interior art by Chris Mitten, covers by Ben Templesmith, and a story Ian Edginton, Wildstorm's Kane & Lynch comic book series could do a better job at capturing the duo's manic action than the video games do.
If you've bought into PlayStation Plus, on Tuesday you can get the Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days demo shipped to your console via automatic download. Everyone else gets it July 27.
The first Kane & Lynch was much like its antihero protagonists - someone whose potential was washed out by dysfunctional and self-destructive traits. IO Interactive's sent the series to rehab and vows it's gotten clean with Kane & Lynch 2.
Last week, former stuntman Simon Crane was directing the Kane & Lynch movie. But that was last week! This week, word is he's off the project, leaving the movie without a director only two months before it starts production.
Meet Simon Crane. He's got huge balls. Obviously, we're not talking about actual testicular size per se — you could have a rhinoceros penis and elephant nards for all we know. No, we're talking about nerves of steel.
In 2008, actor star Bruce Willis, known for his Die Hard films, signed on to play mercenary Adam "Kane" Marcus, who with batshit insane partner James Lynch is out to retrieve a stolen microchip. He now has a co-star.
Kane & Lynch's raw and grimy aesthetic extends to something rarely expected in IO Interactive's sequel—the camera. In a game full of unlikable and unattractive characters, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days' damaged goods visuals fit right in.
Jeff Gerstmann, longtime game reviewer and one-time Kotaku podcast guest, is widely seen to have been fired from gaming site GameSpot in 2007 due to his negative review of Kane & Lynch. That game's developers consider the episode "sad."
It might be the least graphically impressive video game trailer we've ever seen, clearly by design. It might also be the first teaser for Eidos' sequel to Kane & Lynch: Dead Men.