Entries in 'films' (22)
Comedy writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are set to write and co-direct a movie adaptation of Blake J. Harris's upcoming book, Console Wars.
The Valve-produced Dota 2 documentary Free to Play will arrive March 19th on Steam, the company has announced.
You’re going to have to keep hold of your PS3 if you want to carry on making use of that 3D copy of Avatar you bought for £20.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced it has won the exclusive international distribution rights to the Angry Birds animated feature film.
Disney has confirmed plans to release a new Star Wars film every year from 2015.
Valve has announced the beta release of its own movie creation tool to the general public.
New Line Cinema appears quite serious about bringing an adaptation of 80’s arcade smash ‘em up Rampage to the big screen.
UK games retailers are missing a trick by not stocking DVD and Blu-rays, Koch has told MCV.
UK retailers GAME and Gamestation have from today started selling Blu-ray movies and music in-store, on the same day that the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray boxset is released.
A game narrative expert has urged studios to stop forcing human drama into established game templates, claiming the approach has consistently proven to be flawed.
Global brand consultancy firm Interbrand has found that Apple successfully placed its leading products such as the iPad, Mac and iPod into 30 per cent of the top grossing films ...
Movie trivia game Scene It will appear on Windows Phone 7 handsets in conjunction with a range of downloadable films.
A new range of Dead Space merchandise is rolling out to make the franchise even bigger.
Sony has confirmed at the IFA trade show that a patch to introduce 3D Blu-ray movie playback on PS3 will be released some time next month.
Publishing empire EA says it will not surrender its creative vision to the furore surrounding the upcoming Medal of Honor game.
The rising popularity of chick-flicks at the cinema has been blamed on what movie execs have dubbed the ‘Xbox Factor’.
Tesco has announced it is to make films based on best-selling novels, which will be sold exclusively through its stores.
As an aside to his current frenzied press schedule to promote his latest film The Lovely Bones, film director Peter Jackson has made the surprise admission that he’s currently getting ...