We've all been there — you freak yourself out telling stories or watching a horror movie and all of a sudden you're seeing poltergeists everywhere. But what about people who have actually caused paranormal phenomena to happen, with just the power of their brains?
It doesn't get any more official than an announcement from Lionsgate motion picture group president Joe Drake; there will be a Dead Island movie, and it sounds like it will be the first major motion picture based on a video game trailer.
While there are several Facebook games that involve growing and distributing marijuana, only one is the official game of the Showtime original series Weeds. It's okay to grow and sell pot when Mary Louise Parker is involved!
In the movie Gamer, people control real people in a living third-person shooter, guiding them through a war-torn hell created for the pay-per-view enjoyment of a staggering worldwide audience.
Trademark filings are sort of like optioning a book to Hollywood - the deal's been done, but it doesn't mean the movie/game will come to pass. Let's hope it stays that way for "Mad Men."
A top executive for Canadian film and television distributor Lionsgate thinks that the Nintendo Wii could be streaming movies by the end of this year.