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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Gaming

The Super Bowl may be Sunday, but you can stream the Madden Bowl tonight

EA Sports used Super Bowl week to celebrate Madden NFL 16’s Draft Champions Ranked mode with two separate Madden Bowl competitions.
Gaming

Super Bowl savant: Will Madden predict this year's game as perfectly as last?

EA Sports used Madden NFL 16 to predict the Carolina Panthers will win Super Bowl 50, which is worth noting because the video game forecasted the exact score of last year’s big game.
Movies & TV

‘It was time.’ Chris Carter on getting the X-Files gang back together

The new X-Files mini-series isn’t just a redo or reboot, explains creator Chris Carter. The director has gone back to his roots with eyes on fresh new material to bring his best loved work to a new generation.
Gaming

Jamie Lee Curtis explains how gamers can win her black dress from True Lies

Jamie Lee Curtis {Halloween, True Lies, Scream Queens) is helping Twin Galaxies raise money to promote the #Right2Game campaign by donating memorabilia from some of her most popular films.
Movies & TV

‘We’re not supposed to lose.’ The Man in the High Castle explores a defeated America

We spoke with Joel de la Fuente about his role as Inspector Kido in the new Amazon Original Series, The Man in the High Castle, as well as his work on the video game, Homefront.
Gaming

Cliff Bleszinski takes aim at free-to-play PC shooter arena with LawBreakers

Former Epic Games design director Cliff Bleszinski reveals details about his new free-to-player shooter from Nexon, LawBreakers, after letting fans play a short demo at PAX Prime 2015.
Features

Abby Brammell is first playable female character to answer Call of Duty in Black Ops 3

Abby Brammell stars as the first playable female character in Call of Duty Black Ops 3. The actress talks about stepping into the role in the Activision Treyarch blockbuster in this exclusive interview.
Gaming

Napoleon Dynamite doesn’t have as much time to game anymore, either

Jon Heder, the actor best known as Napoleon Dynamite talks about his role in the recent, crowdfunded claymation adventure game Armikrog and his life as a gamer in this exclusive interview.
Movies & TV

Getting biblical with Ron Perlman on Hand of God and Hellboy 3

While many know him as the ruthless gang leader from Sons of Anarchy, Ron Perlman tells us about the challenges of channeling a much different kind of corruption as a dirty judge in the new Amazon series Hand of God.
Gaming

Angela Bassett on skipping straight from Pac-Man to her role in Rainbow Six: Siege

The star of American Horror Story: Hotel brings the first female Six to life.
Movies & TV

Zach Braff tells us about his passion for Destiny, dreams of directing blockbusters

Zach Braff was at E3 with Activision to play Destiny: The Taken King. We caught up with the actor/director, best known for the TV show Scrubs, and ended up taking a walk down video game-memory lane.
Gaming

Activision’s CEO discusses the future of Call of Duty

Activision's CEO Eric Hirshberg talks about the success of the Call of Duty and Skylanders franchises, and how the publisher can continue to have success without risking over-saturation.