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Reddit flash fiction Rome Sweet Rome snapped up by Warner Bros.

Rome Sweet Rome, a sci-fi adventure story that first found life online, has been bought up by Warner Brothers, and destined for the big screen.  The story itself was penned by James Erwin, who besides writing flash fiction in response to random questions, is a two time Jeopardy champion.  The inspiration? So I’ve been watching HBO’s Rome and Generation Kill simultaneously and it’s lead me to fantasize about traveling back in time with modern troops and equipment to remove that self-righteous little twat Octavian (Augustus) from power. Let’s say we…

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Warner Interactive coming to Montréal

According to a report from Game Focus, it looks like Montreal can add a new game studio to its roster.  Warner Brothers Interactive announced that they will be opening  a new studio that will focus on making games based on DC Comics licenses. It’s not surprising, given the initiatives that various provinces and the Canadian federal government have been using to lure studios over the past few years. The new studio, to be christened WB Games Montreal, and plans on a staff of over 300, headed up by current Warner…

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