Entries in 'film' (21)
Midway’s 1986 arcade hit Rampage is the latest video game license to be given the Hollywood treatment.
A fresh bout of documents obtained from the 2014 Sony Pictures hack have been released by WikiLeaks, bringing with it fresh details about Sony Pictures’ gaming movie aspirations.
The Five Nights at Freddy's series of horror games is being made into a movie.
Sony Pictures has hired screenwriter Jay Basu to pen its upcoming movie adaptation of Metal Gear Solid.
Production for the Assassin's Creed movie adaptation is underway, Ubisoft has revealed.
Sega has hired veteran television executive Evan Cholfin to lead its joint venture Stories International in development of the publisher's IP portfolio.
Threshold Entertainment and The Tetris Company are teaming up to make a feature length film based on the classic video game.
Fox has delayed the movie adaptation of the Assassin's Creed series.
Football Manager is certainly an iconic brand in the video games sector, and now the IP is about to make its cinematic debut.
Having been one of gaming’s leading lights for decades, Nintendo’s design boss Shigeru Miyamoto is preparing to make his film debut.
Deep Silver has partnered with feature film production company Occupant Entertainment in an effort to get the previously stalled Dead Island movie adaption back on track.
Peter Dinklage, Adam Sandler and Brian Cox are amongst the names signed up to star in a film inspired by internet hit Pixels.
There’s a new Turtles film out soon and Activision seemingly hopes to have a title out to capitalise on the hype.
Customers who pre-order Sega’s upcoming Alien: Isolation are being handed a fan-friendly bit of free DLC.
We’re accustomed to free digital copies coming bundled with DVDs and Blu-ray, but now Sky is to approach things from the other direction.
Naughty Dog's PS3-exclusive title The Last of Us is being adapted into a live-action film for the big screen, with Sam Raimi's Ghost House Pictures production company on board to ...
Sucker Punch’s iconic PlayStation IP Sly Cooper is getting the big-screen treatment.
Warner Bros has announced a new Harry Potter film and video game series.
The writer behind the Wolverine movie, Get Shorty and Minority Report has been tasked with rewriting the Assassin’s Creed movie.
UK rental service Lovefilm has abandoned video games in order to reaffirm its focus on films and TV categories.