Square Enix Collective has now helped raise more than $1 million through crowdfunding for indie developers – and you’ll be able to play the fruits of that effort soon
Star Trek gets its first gay character, Danny McBride talks Alien: Covenant, The Warriors gets a TV makeover, a question mark over The Goonies 2 and much more....
There's colourful new dramas with Red Rock and Shades of Blue, A British Crime Story. Paul O'Grady on Movie Musicals and some big sports finals at Wimbledon and Euro 2016
The Bowie / Roeg art-house cult classic The Man Who Fell To Earth gets a shiny new reissue for its 40th anniversary
Another crazy seven days in the wrestling world – this week we deal with Raw, TNA's Final Deletion, UFC 200, and much much more
Note: Schedules continue to be heavily disrupted this week on BBC1 and ITV depending on which Euro 2016 matches get shown.
Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson work on a secret project, Wreck-It Ralph 2 is confirmed, Ansel Elgort linked to Dungeons & Dragons and more...
Another week in pro wrestling, featuring WWE tackling the Roman Reigns suspension on-air, Brock Lesnar news, the Brand Extension rumours and more
By accident, a tiny Montreal developer is putting the finishing touches to a game about life in a parallel-universe, authoritarian 1960s British dystopia. Ring any topical bells?
Roving reporter Lucy Orr visited Warhammer Fest, where she found a veritable feast of upcoming games based on Games Workshop's legendary tabletop franchise