Because official screenshots wouldn’t dare get us this close to Jeff Goldblum’s majestic virtuosity, there is Theater mode.
Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates are getting a live-action version, but it might not be one you’d expect.
For years, we have seen filmmakers tap into video games as a source of inspiration. And the relationship certainly contains a certain degree of logic. Many have long viewed games as interactive, movie-like experiences, so it makes sense to attempt something that's the other way around.
Darren Aronofsky no longer needs to remake the Paul Verhoeven masterpiece, RoboCop, a movie so entrenched in our collective subconscious that its dystopian future may have influenced the downfall of Detroit more than the collapse of the auto industry.
They really did it, and last night I witnessed it. On a frigid evening in New York City, the Ars Nova theater managed to stage a dozen short plays all named after Wi games.
Next week, New York's Ars Nova theatre company will be presenting twelve plays based on...Wii games. Those selected include Wii Tennis, Let's Tap and...oh dear. Buck Fever.
Super Mario Bros. made the leap to the big screen, and that didn't work. What about the leap to ballet? One school in Brazil tested out Mario's twinkle toes.
Annie Leibovitz used the cast of the new Spider-Man musical for a Vogue fashion shoot. Take a closer look at the $60 million musical. Fingers crossed for a Carnage solo where he writes on the walls with his own blood.
Returning after a successful debut last year, Brooklyn's Brick Theatre will soon play host to another festival of plays and performance art based on video games.
Reader Geist002 took the time to check out a school play about video game addiction in East Brunswick, New Jersey.
A Playstation playroom will be just one of the Sony plugs at a new movie theater opening in a LA suburb this week.