As longtime TG readers know, we’ve been wondering for quite some time why there hasn’t been a great video game movie. But game adaptations have apparently been doing very well with the Halo 4 webisodes, and the Syfy series Defiance, a very expensive risk that’s apparently paying off.
It’s an image we’re seeing everywhere, a black and white sumi ink illustration of X-Men’s Wolverine with his arms crossed and claws beared.
It’s one of the most anticipated science fiction franchises to come along in years, and even the mose serious entertainment reporter can’t help but geek out about Ender’s Game.
Bluetimes recently debuted two Android set-top boxes based on AML8726-MX chipset for less than $70, including shipping.
If you’re not familiar with The Crow, you might be surprised at how much the fans are against a remake of the dark graphic novel adaptation.
The Black Panther first hit the shelves in 1966 in issue #52 of The Fantastic Four before there was even a Black Panther Party, and he was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Guardians of the Galaxy is part of what’s considered Phase Two of Marvel’s superhero movies. The second phase kicks off with Iron Man 3, then we’ve got Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians, Avengers 2, and Edgar Wright’s Ant Man. Phase Three is rumored to include Doctor Strange.
Does anyone remember when SyFy was actually called the Sci-Fi Channel and offered up some really cool shows for their viewers?
When the CD revolution began, a number of artists lamented the fact that the album cover art and liner notes were now reduced down a tiny booklet.
Hardly a week goes by before the announcement of a new Guillermo Del Toro project, and there’s also hardly a week that goes by when Michael Bay doesn’t shoot his mouth off about something, and for his latest lame-brained rant, he’s going after Del Toro’s Pacific Rim.
Unless you really follow cinema, the name Dean Cundey won’t immediately ring a bell. If you’re a rabid film geek, however, you’ll know he’s the cinematographer of Halloween, The Thing, Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Apollo 13, and Jurassic Park, to name a few.
Ouya - which recently began shipping its Android-powered console to early Kickstarter backers - says it has signed on up to 10,000 game developers.
Stories of failure are often far more interesting than stories of success, and in video games, there was probably no bigger flop than E.T. the game.
Now that flat, rectangular screens have become the norm for televisions, it’s hard to believe we were ever satisfied with the huge cube TVs of yesteryear. You might think it doesn’t get any better, but you’d be wrong.
With the announcement that Disney would be making more Star Wars films came a lot of rumors, as would be expected in the geek-o-sphere.
Fans of Marvel Comics all around the world are excitedly waiting for Iron Man 3 to hit theaters next month.
The lengthy last-gen console cycle and underperforming titles have created a perfect storm of uncertainty, promoting numerous game devs to abandon the once stalwart platform for mobile devices.
Yesterday we reported that Twitter had offered certain musicians and other celebrities early access to its new music app. Today Twitter #Music went live on the web and iOS devices.
There’s the old saying that every ride has to end, and for many movies, bands and TV shows, it’s always a good idea to go out while you’re still on top.
We're a month away from Star Trek Into Darkness hitting theaters across the country. This will finally end one of the longest waiting periods for a major blockbuster since The Dark Knight Rises, as JJ Abrams took his time committing to shooting another Star Trek film.