Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will no longer be directing the Han Solo film. It’s news that we’re all too familiar with, after a flurry of similar creative conflicts in recent years.
Another year of E3 kicked off with EA’s parallel event, EA Play. What it lacked in bombshells, it more than made up for in juicy gameplay footage and some pleasant surprises.
Vanity Fair have release a series of Annie Leibovitz photographs from the set of Star Wars: Last Jedi. The incredible collection includes photos of cast members in character on the set of the highly-anticipated Star Wars sequel.
A new English-language Netflix series has been announced based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher saga, the inspiration for CD Projekt Red’s popular RPG trilogy. So far no release date or casting information has been announced.
A Russian blogger has just received a three-and-a-half years suspended sentence for inciting religious hatred, after filming himself playing Pokémon Go in a church. Today the court ruled that the video was “intended to offend religious sentiments,” and was a reflection of his own disrespect for religion and wider society.
Far from nipping around to your friend’s house with an extra controller, eSports is a fully fledged, commercially viable industry with a bright future, and yet it still faces somewhat of a stigma.
Microsoft’s augmented reality headset the HoloLens has a new app specifically designed for practical assistance in surgical procedures. The advanced software could soon be used to assist surgeons in live procedures.
Amazon’s worst kept secret was confirmed today with the official reveal of their new Echo Show. The Echo Show will launch on 28th June in the US for $229 (roughly £180), with a $100 discount for a pack of two at $360, and is already available for pre-order for select countries.