Khloe Kardashian is still wearing her wedding ring, but the hand it’s on was all over rapper The Game at L.A. nightclub Roxbury on Friday night.
The duo rolled up to The Supreme Team’s Friday Night Rox event together, where they drank Coconut Ciroc vodka all night, according to reports. Kardashian happily posed for pics with her arm slung around The Game’s shoulders and her… Continue reading Khloe Kardashian & The Game Closer Than Ever At L.A. Nightclub
It seems ridiculous to even consider this, but I’m beginning to think some of the upcoming movies based on video games might actually be, well… good.
I know what you’re thinking, folks. This is crazy talk. A good movie based on a video game is like the chupacabra. Most people have never seen one, and the few who claim they have tend to get sympathetic looks from… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Why the Next Batch of Video Game Movies Could Change Everything
Visiting the New Orleans set of Ender’s Game was a moment many would have never thought would happen. Orson Scott Card’s 1985 novel was a landmark for many who consider its themes of youth trained to do battle with alien aggressors to be both poignant and, well, awesome. Its tortured three-decade trip to the screen was hampered by the enormous budget it would necessitate, not to… Continue reading Childhood is a Battlefield on the Set of Ender's Game
HBO’s Game of Thrones is set in the often-violent fantasy world created by George R. R. Martin, who famously enjoys killing off your favorite characters in the most terrifying ways possible. On tonight’s episode of Entertainment Weekly and the Sundance Channel’s behind-the-scenes series The Writer’s Room, executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (who write pretty much every episode) talk about modulating the show’s violence to avoid making it unintentionally… Continue reading ‘The Writers Room’: ‘Game of Thrones’ EPs talk violence and Ned’s execution — VIDEO