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New changes described as “the biggest overhaul of multiplayer since the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare”
Breaking Bad will begin its long-awaited series finale in August, but fans hoping to glean any more information won’t get much from this teaser of the final episode.
Starring Ashton Kutcher in the title role, Jobs will be released in cinemas on August 16
E3 press conference reveals more details hoping to lift the spirits of Microsoft's beleaguered console
The second teaser trailer for the third series of Game of Thrones gives fans a glimpse of what they can expect when the programme returns to UK television on 1 April.
The new series of Doctor Who will feature one of the scariest monsters viewers have seen, according to the show’s star Matt Smith.
One of the recurring jokes in the ever-quotable Arrested Development was one of the sitcom's characters shouting "Spring Break, whoooo" and lifting her shirt.
Skyfall is set to break box office records this weekend – but it’s not just tickets that Daniel Craig’s selling. Nick Clark on 007’s killer marketing campaign
Soon-to-return Sharon Watts endures an angry confrontation with her jilted groom as she makes her Walford comeback.
Calm, subtle and subdued it isn't...
'We’ll certainly be more careful with what is said in future,' says developer.
From the new Tomb Raider to Dead Space 3 everyone wants to best Uncharted, except that is, its maker.
Sex, death, money... Cronenberg takes R-Patz for a spin
The short clips being released to promote Prometheus are as intriguing as the movie itself. Tim Walker salutes Ridley Scott's approach to film marketing
You're a movie marketer in your big-shot's office in LA. It's hot, you've had way too much coffee and your client wants to know your plan to publicise their latest blockbuster.
This isn't the first time, in the course of eating out for this column, that I've found myself spectating while a couple nearby has a full-blown, marriage-threatening row. But it's certainly the first time I've booked a ticket specifically to do so. This week's assignment sees me braving the new frontier of modern dining. I'm having supper in a luxury cinema, watching a Polanski movie from a huge leather seat while eating venison chilli and sipping a mojito. This is possibly the most middle-class thing I've ever done in my life.