40°
Submitted by NYC_Gamer 395d ago | interview

Hollywood And Call Of Duty's Symbiotic Love Affair

GI:When reading game reviews, writers frequently praise a game for being "cinematic". When reading movie reviews, you occasionally see the latest CG summer blockbuster derided for feeling "like a video game". The two industries get closer and closer every year, and the Call of Duty series knows both worlds well. The biggest talent in Hollywood helps out in the creation and the marketing of the Call of Duty series and the games have taken more and more cues from action films. We spoke with the CEO of Activision Publishing Eric Hirshberg and Infinity Ward's executive producer Mark Rubin about the cultural exchange between the world of video games and Hollywood. (Call of Duty, Culture, Eric Hirshberg, Mark Rubin)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Diablo 3: Witchdoctor: A guide to Legendary Gems for every build.

14m ago - "I wanted to make a very quick, easy guide to which gems work with which builds. I do NOT play ma... | PC
40°

How BF: Hardline's Beta is changing the game

18m ago - MWEB GameZone writes: "Visceral Games is taking feedback from the Battlefield: Hardline beta very... | PC
20°

Assassin's Creed Rogue Screenshots

19m ago - North America, 18th century. Amid the chaos and violence of the French and Indian War, Shay Patri... | Xbox 360
30°

Sakurai Explains The Rules Menu In Super Smash Bros. For Wii U

19m ago - In the latest round of “Pic of the day” post at Miiverse, Sakurai has shared more information on... | Wii U
Ad

iCreditCardNow.com

Now - Quickly locate just the right card for you. | Promoted post
20°

Review: DriveClub Is Fine On Four Wheels But Socially Inept | EGMR

22m ago - EGMR writes: "DriveClub was one of the first games announced for PS4 and it promised all the bell... | PS4