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 the ‘Mr. Robot’ VR experience tells a tale that wouldn’t work on TV

One of the most talked-about virtual reality experiences from Comic Con, the Mr. Robot VR Experience, is now available across multiple platforms.
Virtual Reality

‘Ghostbusters’ godfather Ivan Reitman explains why it’s perfect for VR

The director of the first two 'Ghostbusters' films, and executive producer of the reboot, reveals how virtual reality has become a key part of the franchise’s future.
Movies & TV

Wil Wheaton thinks streaming will be the big bang for a new era of TV

Wil Wheaton's 30-year career has led him to a new comic series streaming exclusively on PlayStation Network. In our interview, Wheaton discusses his love for comics, how The Big Bang Theory has changed his fame, and how streaming is…
Mobile

Like Tinder for news, Lumi uses swipes to learn what you want to read

Lumi uses the latest data science, crowd sourcing, and your personal social media feeds to provide a never-ending stream of relevant articles to read on your mobile device
Movies & TV

Angry Birds director on what it was like to beat Captain America at the box office

First-time director Fergal Reilly explains what separates The Angry Birds Movie from other Hollywood adaptations, such as Disney/Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War.
Gaming

Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman loves Mario, Madden, and yes, Sharknado

Carolina Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman returns to his second Super Bowl and faces Peyton Manning again, but off the field he loves Call of Duty and Sharknado.
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.