Chris Hardwick's Nerdist Industries, best known for its weekly podcasts and YouTube videos, has entered the film biz, partnering with Tribeca Film to co-release the comedy “Zero Charisma.” Film is…
“Waiting for Superman” director Davis Guggenheim has started shooting a feature-length documentary on 15-year-old Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai, with Walter Parkes and Laurie…
James Franco doesn't have a lot of down time these days. From museum art installations to directing and starring in various Hollywood features, the 35 year-old actor remains one of the most vocal…
Nerd alert: In July, crazy fanboys in "Star Wars" costumes will run across the Golden Gate Bridge holding lightsabers and wearing crazy grins across their faces.
Periods.Films creators Victor Quinaz and Anna Martemucci are partnering with the Nerdist Alliance, Nerdist Industries' YouTube network.
Thatgamecompany's "Journey" will make the trek to the D.I.C.E. Awards, the videogame industry's version of the Oscars, with 11 nominations, the most for any title.
Chris Hardwick wasn't getting the kind of work he wanted in 2010, so he made a bold gamble: Rather than desperately seek out audiences, he'd let them come to him.
A few years ago -- an eternity on the Internet timeline -- online video was the Wild West. The occasional gunslinger would come along and challenge the current sheriff, achieving viral success.
In a bit of a twist, one of the most anticipated events of the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con came not during the convention, but in the days leading up to it.
Legendary Entertainment has purchased Nerdist Industries.