Jerry Bruckheimer, the producer of Pirates of the Caribbean and Top Gun, started his own gaming company with Gore Verbinski, the director of Pirates and The Lone Ranger. Unfortunately, the company folded before putting out any games.
We’re almost two months away from Star Trek Into Darkness, and while some secrets will shake loose here and there, would you really want the whole thing spoiled before you saw it?
GameStop has confirmed that it's experiencing "strong demand" for Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 console, with 600,000 members of the retailer's PowerUp Rewards program signing up for the PS4 "First to Know List."
We recently reported on a sweet offer Marvel made to comic fans everywhere. For only several days, you could have downloaded 700 debut issues from Marvel’s library for free. This included the legendary debuts of Spider-Man, the Astonishing X-Men, and more.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer’s instincts for hits are usually pretty strong. He’s the man behind such blockbusters as Top Gun, Armageddon, and Pirates of the Caribbean, as well as the long running TV show CSI.
Sony may have officially unveiled the PS4 last month at an event in NYC, but that hasn't stopped company officials and even game studio heads from hyping the next-gen console.
Even as Ridley Scott is getting well into his seventies, he’s not showing any signs of slowing down.
The long awaited Tomb Raider game reboot is finally upon us, and it’s garnered extremely positive reviews thus far.
I’d like to say I’m a big fan of late Frank Zappa, and have been for many years. Even if I didn’t like his music, I’d still admire and respect his political and social views, which did a lot to shape my own social and political opinions in life.
With Empire Strikes Back, smooth and suave Billy Dee Williams was able to make a big name for himself as a sci-fi action hero Lando Calrissian.
Ouya CEO Julie Urhman has confirmed that the long-awaited console will not support online multiplayer games when it ships to Kickstarter backers in just over two weeks.
The Kindle has truly reinvented the publishing industry and the comic business.
Last July, the Christopher Nolan / Christian Bale Batman films finally came full circle with The Dark Knight Rises. Although Nolan is producing Man of Steel, and he may also produce Justice League, he swears he’s never going back to Batman.
Next month the remake of one of the most beloved horror films in history, Evil Dead, is slated to hit theaters across the country.
Some time back on TG, we reported on the development of a Rambo video game, and we were quite surprised at how much people were interested in reading about it.
As amazing as it would be the have the kind of success as Joss Whedon and JJ Abrams, it must also be quite exhausting.
We’re still a few months away from the May 17 release of Star Trek Into Darkness, and even with everything tightly under lock and key, there’s still reports slipping out here and there on the movie.
Richard Garriott, who designed and created the Ultima franchise, is asking for a million dollars on Kickstarter to fund a new game titled Shroud of the Avatar.
Despite EA's less-than-stellar-launch of SimCity, the creator of the original game says he is quite pleased with the current interpretation of the classic title.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know JJ Abrams is going to direct the next Star Wars movie, which is due to hit theaters in 2015.