Entries in 'movies' (45)
The Assassin’s Creed film has been scheduled for a summer 2015 release.
Nearly half of all Xbox Live subscribers average an hour a day or more watching video content, Microsoft has revealed.
Disney has confirmed plans to release a new Star Wars film every year from 2015.
The summer is almost upon and that means a drought for games retailers. With only a handful of big releases to keep us going until late August, sales are expected to dry ...
ShopTo has made a serious play into the streaming media space.
US Xbox 360 owners are now spending more time using Xbox 360’s multimedia functions than they are gaming.
Growth in digital has seen video games overtake movies as the most lucrative entertainment medium in the UK.
US film and TV streaming service Netflix will launch in the UK and Ireland early next year.
UK games retailers are missing a trick by not stocking DVD and Blu-rays, Koch has told MCV.
The Hollywood movie director behind the Resident Evil films has hit out at the directors of poor video game adaptations.
There are indications in the US that the appetite for 3D movies is on the decline.
French publisher Ubisoft is launching its own movie division to bring its games properties to TVs and cinemas.
3.3 million copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops were sold in 2010, making it the most successful entertainment property of the year, according to ERA.
Facebook has clarified that it has not partnered with Warner Bros to bring movies to its site.
Facebook and Warner Bros have announced a partnership that will see the latter’s movies made available for rental or purchase with Facebook Credits.
The UK movie market remained static in 2010 with an annual value of £2.6bn, according to a new report by the BVA.
It was the week Take That reformed.
The week a new Harry Potter movie premiered.
But the real winner in the entertainment war? It was a video game.
ShopTo will ramp up its DVD and Blu-ray range after reporting record market share last week.
Xbox 360 owners have been given access to MSN editorial content today.
Microsoft has lifted the lid on an ambitious new digital content service for Xbox 360 that will grant users the right to download as much music as they like for ...
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.
39 per cent of UK internet users now play online games, making it the most popular form of media consumption in the country, according to a new Ofcom report entitled ...
There are significant doubts about whether the success 3D has seen at cinemas can translate to the home.