Today, EA announced Need for Speed Payback, the newest entry in its long-running racing series.
Today, Iron Galaxy and Maximum Games announced the action game Extinction, which is set to be previewed at E3 this year.
Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of the Agatha Christie detective novel gets its first trailer.
Today, though, CI Games sets out to right the ship, accounting that the complete sniper experience has gotten an update.
20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for Hany Abu-Assad’s first English-language production.
Today, Ubisoft announced that Fallen Ghosts, the game’s second expansion, is now available for season pass owners across all platforms.
Gunpowder & Sky has released a safe-for-work green band trailer for the Jeff Baena film.
The film traces the relationship that develops between Queen Victoria and a young clerk, Abdul Karin, in India during the Golden Jubilee.
The track is finally seeing the light of day via the soundtrack to the Canadian animated film Leap!
The promise that Destiny has always been striving for may finally get to be achieved with Destiny 2.
Katy Perry’s “Bon Appétit” may have received a lukewarm reception, but the new music video for the track delivers the goods.
Katy Perry’s “Bon Appétit” is a decided shift away from the so-called “purposeful pop” of its predecessor.
The title track from Lana Del Rey’s new album is a refreshing about-face.
“The Cure” abandons the middling singer-songwriter pap of recent single “Million Reasons” and abruptly shifts gears.
After teasing her comeback last week, Lorde has unveiled “Green Light,” the first single from her long-awaited sophomore effort, Melodrama.
Perry’s new music video offers up its subversive message with a spoonful of sugar.
Like the song itself, the single’s dreamy music video benefits from repeat visits.
Perry’s new single feels like the off-season summer smash we need right now.
“John Wayne” returns Gaga to a maximalist aesthetic, including a storyline that began almost eight years ago.
See below for a list of the films that just missed making it onto our list of the best films of 2016, followed by our contributors’ individual ballots.