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Posted Wednesday 6/13/18 at 7:04PM EDT
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown leaves Twitter after becoming an anti-gay meme
The 14-year-old actress is a GLAAD supporter, but social media users have created memes portraying her as anti-gay, which led her to deactivate her Twitter account. ALSO: A Stranger Things video game is in the works.
Posted Monday 5/07/18 at 10:00PM EDT
Video game designed a perfect re-creation of the Lost island
Every location from the classic ABC series is featured on Far Cry 5.
Posted Monday 3/26/18 at 10:29PM EDT
Will Family Guy air a special Warcraft-themed episode for April 1?
The Fox animated comedy teased what might be an April Fool's joke.
Posted Friday 3/23/18 at 2:35PM EDT
Street Fighter is set to become a live action TV series
Ryu, Ken, Guile and Chun-Li will be the main characters on proposed the TV series based on the 1991 Street Fighter II: The World Warrior arcade game sequel. The team behind the live-action web series Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist -- Joey Ansah, Jacqueline Quella and Mark Wooding -- will serve as executive producers. Street Fighter was also made into a live-action film in 1994 starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. "Street Fighter is a global tour de force franchise, having garnered immense worldwide commercial success and built a vast devoted fanbase that has only grown through its 30 year legacy,” says Mark Gordon, an executive producer of Grey's Anatomy and Criminal Minds, who will also executive produce this series. He adds: “A particular strength of Street Fighter is the wide range of ethnically diverse characters and powerful women featured in the game. It will allow us to build an inclusive and engaging TV universe.”
Posted Friday 2/23/18 at 11:19PM EST
Check out popular TV shows as 8-bit illustrations
Artist Gustavo Viselner has applied the pixelized video game style look to everything from Seinfeld to Breaking Bad to The Handmaid's Tale.
Posted Tuesday 1/30/18 at 4:45PM EST
Atari’s Pong is set to become a game show
Atari is helping bring its classic video game to TV with Million Dollar Pong, which doesn’t yet have a network home. The table tennis-inspired Pong was one of the first arcade video games, released in 1972. Pong is a cultural touchpoint for generations of people,” says executive producer Scott Sternberg. “It’s not often we get the chance to develop a game show concept around such an iconic brand. I can’t wait to give people the chance to see, experience and play a brand new Pong.”