"I have long expressed concern about the impact of the violent content our kids see." — Sen. Jay Rockefeller In the wake of the Connecticut tragedy, Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D – W. Va.), chairman of…
The videogame industry takes its franchises even more seriously than Hollywood.
For nearly a decade, Digital Development Management has focused on representing a growing roster of videogame creators. But over the last several weeks, the company has significantly expanded into…
CBS Films has secured film rights to Square Enix's cyberpunk videogame franchise "Deus Ex," with Roy Lee and Adrian Askarieh attached to produce.
Videogame publishers rolled out the red carpet to fete their tentpole titles this week during E3.
Disney is swinging the axe at its gaming arm, cutting a substantial number of positions as it transitions from being a packaged goods company to a player in the growing digital videogame space.
When it comes to boffo openings, forget "Pirates of the Caribbean" -- think "Grand Theft Auto IV."
Dunder Mifflin is going interactive. In a rare deal to turn a network live-action sitcom into a videogame, casual gamemaker MumboJumbo has licensed rights to "The Office" from NBC Universal.