Back To The Future turns 30 this year — and this fall, Marty McFly arrives from the past. And a new book travels back and reveals a wealth of info about this legendary film. We read We Don’t Need Roads by Caseen Gaines and dug up 11 things you never knew about Back to the Future.
Mike Johnson’s custom table might be the only Goonies-themed machine in the world. While the theme of the timeless classic The Goonies seems perfect for a pinball machine (it has skeletons, pirates, treasure, and adventure, and it’s from an era when pinball was very popular), no company ever made one.
Everybody loves Jeff Goldblum. And the T-Rex’s roar and water ripple in Jurassic Park are iconic for good reason. But there’s only one true star of the Jurassic trilogy: the Velociraptors. They’re the best villains, and what the stupid people in the park should fear most of all. Here are 10 reasons that Velociraptors…
Ready for a Ready Player One movie from Steven Spielberg? Deadline reports the Jaws and E.T. director will helm the dystopian book about people jacked into a VR world.
As mainstream video games strived to be more cinematic and as gaming emerged as a major source of entertainment revenues, it was only a matter of time until the talent from the film industry would attempt to get in on the action.
Famed filmmaker Steven Spielberg is directing upcoming feature film The Adventures of Tintin, based on the Tintin comic books. Ubisoft is making a game based on the movie.
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In July 1937, author F. Scott Fitzgerald arrived in Hollywood, California. Fitzgerald was at the tail-end of his writing career and hoped to pick up some extra scratch penning screenplays.
For years now, Electronic Arts and Steven Spielberg were supposed to have been working on a project called "LMNO". We'd long thought it was dead. Now EA has finally confirmed it.
J.J. Abrams, the creator of television series Lost and the producer of monster flick Cloverfield, is teaming up with Steven Spielberg for a new feature film called Super 8. This is your first look at the picture.
Once upon a time, Microsoft was going to make a big budget Hollywood version of the Halo franchise. Until it spectacularly fell apart. That doesn't mean it won't ever happen, says the company.
Steven Spielberg is a Hollywood legend. When not directing highly successful motion pictures, Steven Spielberg likes to make video games. He's also really paranoid, a new book claims.
Electronic Arts this week let go a number of developers working on Steven Spielberg Wii puzzle tile Boom Blox, the company told Kotaku.
According to sources speaking with film site IESB, talent agency CAA and "studio executives," Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg is in talks to oversee the production of a new Halo movie.