Entries in 'films' (19)
The new Warcraft movie may have bothered critics and got off to a weak start in the US, but in China it’s off to a flyer.
An Assassin’s Creed film is launching at the end of this year, but it seems another Ubisoft property is getting the silver screen treatment.
It appears that not one, not two, but three Tetris movies are coming the cinemas in the near future.
Mario and Link could be making their way to a big screen near you as early as 2018.
Movies based on brands such as Zelda and Mario could become a reality in the near future.
The ensuing popularity of boxed video games has helped to slow the retraction of the UK’s physical goods market.
The summer movie season is in full swing, meaning cinephilic gamers will be settling down with popcorn and the latest flick. MCV checks out the games that made it to ...
Oculus VR's Story Studio has debuted its first film – an animated short dubbed “Lost” – at the Sundance Film Festival this week.
Video streaming service Twitch is making the move into movie streaming.
Night of the Museum director Shawn Levy is in talks to direct the film adaptation of Minecraft, according to a new report.
A Resident Evil television series based on the film franchise of the same name is being produced, according to a new report.
Digital games distribution service GOG.com has announced its expansion into movies, as it hopes to entice Hollywood studios to join in its stance against DRM.
Microsoft has outlined the additional functionality heading to Xbox One next month, and a big Blu-ray functionality boost features as part of it.
A film adaptation based on stealth action series Thief is in development, according to a new report.
Variance Films' Video Games: The Movie is set to premiere this July, according to a new trailer for the movie.
Dota 2 documentary Free to Play had over 5.5m viewers over this past weekend, according to Valve.
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.