Jade Raymond doesn't bristle when asked about the small number of women working in the videogame industry. It's a question she gets a lot since she's one of the few female executives running a major…
Online game developer Zynga extended newly hired CEO Don Mattrick, previously head of Microsoft's Xbox biz, a compensation package potentially worth more than $50 million in cash and stock over the…
With the Xbox One revealed and ready to launch this fall, Don Mattrick, president of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, has left the company to become CEO of social gaming company Zynga…
The Force is now with Electronic Arts. The second largest videogame publisher has locked down an exclusive multi-year deal to produce "Star Wars" games for all platforms. Deal comes a month after…
Independent filmmakers may have Sundance, but indie gamemakers head to San Francisco.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has opened the doors to WB Games San Francisco, a new development studio that will specialize in creating free-to-play, mobile, social and browser-based games…
Sony's new PlayStation 4 has a lot of heavy lifting to do even before it hits retail shelves this fall. The videogame console, revealed for the first time Wednesday, to 1,200 reporters gathered…
CBS has emerged the winner of a bidding war for the pilot of a primetime gameshow based on the Zynga mobile game "Draw Something" from Sony Pictures Television, Ryan Seacrest Prods. and Embassy Row.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has taken a small equity stake in a tech firm that specializes in creating apps to accompany TV shows.
Seismic Games, the social gaming shingle formed by videogame vets earlier this year, will launch "CelebrityMe" today as its first title on Facebook.
Domestic Film DAILY
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.1M Cumulative:$56.2M Warner Brothers -26.61%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$39.6M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -15.75%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$56.9M Universal Pictures -21.36%