John Gaudiosi

John Gaudiosi

John Gaudiosi has been covering video games for over 25 years, dating back to his work for The Washington Post while in college. Over the years, John has focused on the convergence of Hollywood and gaming for outlets like The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Entertainment Weekly. He now covers all aspects of gaming, including the intersection of sports and games, as well as new gaming technology like virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality. And he tracks down some of the biggest names in Hollywood to discuss their latest film and television projects. John resides in North Carolina, where he's active in dog rescue.
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Virtual Reality

How Wargaming Is Bringing WWII History To Life In Museums 0:34

Wargaming, the developer behind a trio of WWII vehicular combat games, is bringing its expertise into the real world with a number of augmented reality attractions and museum exhibits.
Virtual Reality

NASA astronauts have already been to Mars – in VR

NASA is benefitting from the billions of dollars technology giants are investing in virtual reality and augmented reality systems, like Microsoft HoloLens and PlayStation VR. That same technology is being used in space today, as well as…
Movies & TV

Negan will haunt your dreams on ‘Walking Dead’, says Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman discusses Season 7, Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s brilliant portrayal of the villain Negan, and the challenge of killing off characters in the AMC series.
Movies & TV

‘Gotham’ Actor Sean Pertwee talks season 3, video game acting, and Xbox love

Actor Sean Pertwee tells us about the challenges of bringing a younger, tougher Alfred Pennyworth to life in ‘Gotham,’ as well as his video game acting and his penchant for Xbox.
Movies & TV

Why ‘Westworld’ star Clifton Collins Jr. dons his grandfather’s gun belt

Actor Clifton Collins Jr. discusses how real technology has influenced the HBO series Westworld in this exclusive interview.
Gaming

Expand your universe with Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s new video game

One of the world’s most popular astrophysicists is developing an open world PC game that will let players explore the cosmos – and learn along the way.
Movies & TV

‘Westworld’ tackles the morality of technology, explains star Jeffrey Wright

Jeffrey Wright plays a programmer behind the futuristic theme park/world of the epic HBO sci-fi western, Westworld. In this exclusive interview, we learn about the questions the provocative series evokes, and the moral dilemmas it raises in…
Gaming

Climb into this glass box in a Vegas casino to play VR games for cash bets

Gamblit has created a virtual reality platform designed to bring real video games to casinos.
Movies & TV

We interviewed actors from 'X-Men: Apocalypse' at the original X-Mansion

Members of the cast from Bryan Singer’s latest X-Men film, X-Men: Apocalypse, discuss the film from inside the original X-Mansion. We got a tour of the hallowed house, and talked to some real X-Men about the latest film.
Virtual Reality

Are you ready for some VR football? Fox kicks it off this weekend

Fox Sports explains how LiveLike technology opens the door for a socially-driven college football experience – in virtual reality
Movies & TV

‘Blair Witch’ star James Allen McCune wants you to feel his terror in VR

Actor and Blair Witch star James Allen McCune talks about the tech behind the new sequel and compares the experience to his role on The Walking Dead in this exclusive interview.
Movies & TV

Joseph Gordon-Levitt wrestled with Snowden’s legacy before meeting him in person

In this exclusive interview, the star of Oliver Stone’s 'Snowden' discusses his own programming background and explains why he’s bullish on technology, even after taking on the role of one of the most famous cyber criminals in history.