Looks like the rumors are true: the next Ghostbusters movie will have an all-female cast, and now we know exactly who those actresses will be.
If you played any video games in 2014, there's a good chance you came across Troy Baker. The guy is in everything. Last year, he even played against himself as both Batman and the Joker in a single Lego game. How does someone so multidextrous keep challenging themselves? By playing a piece of white bread, obviously.
Last weekend at the Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield, Illinois, ten of the actors rotoscoped for the first three Mortal Kombat games gathered to show fans they are far from finished. Looking good, aren't they?
(For more, check out this great Tumblr post. My favorite is Vin Diesel.)
Hollywood rumor mill ShowbizSpy says sources indicate movie star Brad Pitt is first in line to play John Marston in a big screen adaptation of Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption.
Cheech Marin and Jenifer Lewis, the voices of Ramone and Flo in Cars, goof off at the launch party for Disney Pixar's World of Cars Online.
They're some of the most recognisable faces in modern pop culture. But have you ever wondered just who the men and women are providing the voices behind gaming's biggest characters?
There's a neat feature up on Gameplayer at the moment. It's pulling back the veil on the voice actors behind 70 of gaming's greatest characters (though they cheat on some, and others aren't so great).
While gamers might not immediately recognize the name or face of Michael Hollick, his voice might ring a bell. Hollick is the actor who gave voice to Niko Bellic, the main character in Grand Theft Auto IV, which has made over half a billion dollars since its release last month. What kind of pay does a man starring in…