The Wildings - who live beyond the great northern wall - are about to take center stage in season three of Game of Thrones.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell says he believes the glory days of mobile gaming are drawing to a close.
Apple is reportedly prepping a 4K ultra HD (UHD) television which could debut by the end of 2013.
David Goyer is the screenwriter of the Blade films, and he also brought Bruce Wayne’s alter ego back from the dead with Batman Begins.
This month going into April is really going to be amazing for fans of genre TV. The Walking Dead is wrapping up Season Three, Revolution has started up again, and the third season of Game of Thrones is hitting screens on March 31.
Syfy has posted the first 14 minutes of Defiance a few weeks before the official premiere of the long-awaited series.
It seems as if games designed for consoles are slowly moving away from a multiplayer model.
In recent years, there has been truly exceptional writing in gaming. Indeed, top Hollywood talent like David Goyer (Batman Begins), John Milius (Apocalypse Now), and David McKenna (American History X) have written for games, and enjoy the storytelling opportunities the medium provides.
Universal has posted two Oblivion clips depicting the war humans and their enigmatic alien invaders.
Sci-fi action actor Vin Diesel and director David Twohy have posted the first trailer for the upcoming Riddick film.
Bioshock Infinite - which goes on sale tonight worldwide - is on track to be one of the highest rated games of all times.
Long-time developer American McGee says he remains unimpressed by Sony's recent PlayStation 4 announcement.
It’s difficult to think of a movie garnering worse press than World War Z, and it’s still a long ways away from being out in theaters, with a current release date of June 21, 2013.
Star Trek Into Darkness is nearly upon us, and the veil of secrecy will soon be lifted for good.
We’re a week away from the debut of Game of Thrones on March 31, and you get the feeling the show’s probably going to be bigger than ever this time around.
Back in 1982 when Tron came out in theaters, there weren’t box office reports on the news. The general public usually didn’t know or care how much a movie made.
While I’m nowhere near as riled up about Twilight as many of the haters, the fact that so many people live to hate it is amusing.
It’s one thing when young filmmakers are going to Kickstarter to try and get their movies funded, but many found it amazing that Veronica Mars was brought back to life with the help of the site as well.
We’re big fans of the Bill and Ted movies here at TG, are quite excited by the news that a third movie is in the works.
Doctor Who is fifty? Has it really been that long? Although Doctor Who’s been around forever, it’s still insane to believe the show has finally hit the big 5-0.