"Alien: Isolation," "Assassin's Creed: Unity" Top WGA Game Writing Noms

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"Alien: Isolation," "Assassin's Creed: Unity" Top WGA Game Writing Noms

"Alien: Isolation," "Assassin's Creed: Unity" and the two DLC packs "Assassin's Creed: Freedom Cry" and "The Last of Us: Left Behind" have all been nominated for the 'Outstanding Achievement in Video Game Writing' award by the Writer's Guild of America (WGA).

The Writers Guild Awards honor outstanding writing in film, TV, new media, video games, news, radio, promotion and graphic animation. This marks the eighth year that video games have been included in the line-up.

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Guillermo del Toro, HBO Team For "Monster"

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Guillermo del Toro, HBO Team For "Monster"

HBO is teaming with filmmaker Guillermo del Toro on a potential series based on Naoki Urasawa's eighteen volume manga "Monster" which was previously setup at New Line.

The story deals with the worldwide search by a young doctor for the most evil sociopath that has ever lived - a 12-year-old boy.

The doctor’s decision to save his life has unwittingly unleashed a Pandora’s Box that leaves the doctor battling to stop a plot of mass genocide.

Del Toro will ...


Ryan Gosling Talks "Only God Forgives," Terrence Malick's Next

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Ryan Gosling Talks "Only God Forgives," Terrence Malick's Next

Out doing promotional work for the limited theatrical release of "The Place Beyond The Pines," actor Ryan Gosling spoke about two film projects he already shot that are on the way.

The first is "Only God Forgives," his much anticipated re-teaming with "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn that is due this Summmer.

Gosling says: "It's very extreme. It's part of the same dream as ‘Drive,’ but it's more of a nightmare than a dream but it's more extreme. We shot i ...


More From "The Wolverine"

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More From "The Wolverine"

After quite the build-up of hype, Fox has unleashed the first trailers for James Mangold's "The Wolverine". Immediately it looks more promising than the previous Wolvie film ("X-Men Origins: Wolverine"), but lacks the sheer scale and promise of "X-Men First Class".

Some story elements are finally glimpsed here - basically the kind of character elements that fans of "Doctor Who" or Torchwood's Captain Jack will be quite familiar with. Some flashy looking set pieces are visible as ...