The Movies is an extremely fun package for anyone even remotely interested in films. Tycoon game fans will love the business management side that allows them intricate control of a studio, while wannabe film auteur will happily lose themselves in the extensive create-a-movie facility. Just don’t expect your artistic masterpiece to become a super success for your fledgling movie studio.
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Batman may team up with fellow superheroes Superman and Wonder Woman, but it's his interactions with sidekick Robin we can't wait to see in the upcoming Lego movie.
Hollywood's biggest directors and Napster co-founder Sean Parker want to let you download films on the same day they hit theaters, but oh, that $50 price tag.
Finnish developer and publisher Rovio has chalked up the number 1 spot in 37 markets with the film, making $43 million on its opening weekend.
Watching movies on VHS may be a thing of the past, but artist Steelberg has given films like "Rogue One," "The Revenant" and "Pacific Rim" retro-looking VHS cover art to remind us of our VCR past.
This palm-sized camera can create compelling multi-shot video on the fly, ready to stream or share -- and it's all controlled with your iPhone.
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We talk about the evolution of VR entertainment, how live video has made Facebook the place to be and Apple selling its BILLIONTH phone.
A team at MIT suggests a way to create high quality, glasses-free 3D for movie theater screens; also, a new Magic Leap demo appears (but we're still waiting to see the official hardware).
The Wonder Woman trailer has landed without revealing too much of the plot, but we're absolutely certain none of these Golden Age moments will be included.
Nickelodeon's '90s game show turned TV movie features all kinds of reimagined nods to its source material, including scary temple guards, the Steps of Knowledge and the infamously difficult Shrine of the Silver Monkey.