I can totally imagine this scene: a seagull—voiced by Morgan Freeman—gives life-changing advices to a computer-animated Link from Wind Waker or from any of the Zelda games.
Children! Aperture Science Handheld Portal Devices! Put them together and they're cute as heck, right? Not so fast.
DreamWorks animator Daniel Hashimoto has outdone himself again with the latest installment in his Action Movie Kid series, in which he enhances his kid's life with professional-quality special effects. This one's Mario Kart-themed. It's tough to watch without bursting out laughing.
Disney released the first stills from the upcoming Need for Speed movie to remind audiences that it will, as promised, have actors; actors like Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad and Scott Mescudi (Kid Cudi). I can't help but feel like there's something missing, though. Something like cars.
If you were impressed that one person managed to make last year's Dust: An Elysian Tail, get ready to be impressed all over again by Ghost of a Tale.
Electronic Arts has signed up an Emmy-winning actor to put the pedal to the metal in an upcoming film adaptation of their Need for Speed franchise.
A couple of months ago, EA started expressing interest in a Need for Speed movie. Now it looks like it might be happening.
If FarmVille gets GagaVille, what does CityVille get? Jack Black as a tubby martial artist bear. Close enough.
Those funny animals in DreamWorks' Madagascar movies are funny and all, but why can't they be racing around in little cars? Oh thank goodness, it's Activision's Madagascar Kartz.
Kung Fu Panda? Says who? Says the International Animated Film Society, that's who. The video game based on Dreamworks Animation's movie of the same name just scored an Annie, beating out Dead Space and Wall·E.
Sure, it's a movie tie-in, but lately Activision's movie tie-ins have managed to be somewhat enjoyable. Kung-Fu Panda in particular was a game I could actually play all the way through, which is saying quite a lot. With some truly memorable characters and amazing voice talent, the movie is sure to be a hit, and who…
Activision has revealed the first screens for their upcoming game adaptation of Dreamworks' Monsters Vs. Aliens, which features monsters...fighting aliens. Go figure.