Director Kathryn Bigelow offers a complicated look at the morality of the war on terror, as depicted through the hunt, and eventual death of Osama bin Laden.
Dan Trachtenberg, creator of the excellent Portal: No Escape fan film, has been tapped by New Line Cinema to direct the studio's upcoming adaptation of Y: The Last Man.
When Shadow of the Colossus hits movie theaters at some point in the near future it will feature a script penned by Canadian Seth Lochhead.
We go hands on with Sony's new flagship Xperia Z, a top-notch Android superphone with 1080p, quad-core processing, and a hidden surprise: a waterproof design. Will it shine a light for Sony to finally re-enter the U.S. market in force?
Director Guillermo del Toro's latest, Pacific Rim, features an AI that sounds suspiciously similar to GLaDOS, the malevolent star of Valve Software's Portal series. According to del Toro, this is all by design.
A report from the University of California's Annenberg Innovation Lab claims that Google, Yahoo, and others are helping fund online piracy through advertising – a claim Google says is "mistaken."
Michael Rosenbaum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are the latest actors that Marvel Studios is considering for a role in the Guardians of the Galaxy cast.
As with Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell, Ubisoft's Ghost Recon franchise will be hitting theaters at some point in the near future.
As rumors surrounding Warner Bros. big screen adaptation of DC Comics' Justice League ramp up, we've finally got word on which heroes might feature in the movie.
Definitely setting a bad example for the American public, the organizations that comprise the MPAA and RIAA hired employees that love illegal downloads.
Though he was approached to helm the upcoming, wildly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII, geek fan favorite J.J. Abrams turned down the opportunity to instead focus on his nascent Star Trek franchise.
Quentin Tarantino’s foray into the spaghetti western genre is a natural one for the director, and the result is one of the best films of the year.
Nintendo's killer app for the Wii U is an amazing concept for bringing together all the different ways we watch television in 2012. There's just one problem: It doesn't really work yet.