When it comes to videogames, Hollywood has clearly hit the reset button. Studios have spent a couple decades investing hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars trying to become a major…
The biggest story at E3 is turning out to be the one that didn't happen.
Sony PlayStation is finally getting Hollywood movies, and Nintendo is finally getting a "Grand Theft Auto" game.
Warner Bros. and Capcom are traveling to "Lost Planet." The studio will distribute a pic based on the hit vidgame that will be co-financed by the Japanese publisher.
Last year, after the smash success of "Guitar Hero," Activision acquired the game's publisher, RedOctane, giving it rights to the music-simulation franchise's name, while MTV bought its developer…
The focus at E3 in previous years was always on games with fast cars, sports stars and big guns. But 2007 may mark the first year in which aerobics and puzzles stole the show.
South African helmer Neil Blomkamp, personally selected by exec producer Peter Jackson to direct the "Halo" pic when it was set up at Fox and Universal, debuted a live-action short at Microsoft's E3…
In its 25th year, it's hard to imagine Outfest as anything less than a local institution -- this year's incarnation offers 235 films from 26 countries, including galas, premieres and even a…
In a move that may help boost the struggling UMD movie format, Sony unveiled a redesigned version of its PlayStation Portable on Wednesday that allows users to play the device's video and games…
As the E3 confab opens, more studios are getting in on the videogame console action. At its press conference Tuesday night, Microsoft disclosed that Disney will start offering its movies for digital…