John Gaudiosi, Digital Trends

John Gaudiosi

Digital Trends

Raleigh, NC, United States

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  • Entrepreneur
  • Fortune

Recent articles by John:

From ‘Fifth Element’ to ‘Valerian,’ Luc Besson serves sci-fi straight, no chaser

Director Luc Besson discusses his legacy, eclectic style, and creating Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in an exclusive interview. → Read More

The Walking Dead’ creator Robert Kirkman dishes deep on his next big project

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman talks about his latest comic, Oblivion Song, as well as what’s coming for TWD season 8. → Read More

Daniel Radcliffe talks ‘Jungle’ survival and lessons gleaned from Harry Potter

Daniel Radcliffe talks about how the Harry Potter films prepared him for tackling a real jungle, and his attraction to everything weird. → Read More

How do you get kids into coding? Tynker and Parrot let them use it to fly drones

Educational software maker Tynker has partnered with drone maker Parrot to teach kids coding skills using drones and simple software. → Read More

Digital actors will never replace humans, says Andy Serkis (and he would know)

The man behind characters like Gollum, King Kong, and Caesar discusses his new Jungle Book movie, and Planet of the Apes video game. → Read More

Director Doug Liman explains both sides to ‘The Wall,’ VR storytelling

Doug Liman talks about his indie thriller The Wall, working in virtual reality, and the Edge of Tomorrow sequel in this exclusive interview. → Read More

‘Rick and Morty’ cast, creators get silly (and a little tipsy) at Comic-Con

The creators and cast of the hit Adult Swim series Rick and Morty were on hand at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss Season 3 of the animated comedy, including Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon and cast members Sarah Chalke and Spencer Grammer. → Read More

Marvel’s ‘The Punisher’ star Jon Bernthal explains ‘deep dive’ into Frank Castle

Stars Jon Bernthal and Deborah Ann Woll discuss their roles in the new Marvel and Netflix stand-alone series, The Punisher, in this exclusive video interview from San Diego Comic-Con 2017. → Read More

For James Cameron, exploring ‘The ‘World of Avatar’ was a literal dream come true

Pandora, the fictional world birthed from the mind of filmmaker James Cameron, is now a theme park anyone can visit at the Walt Disney World Resort. Bringing it to life required an awesome combination of imagination and technical skill. → Read More

Like Tinder for news, Lumi uses swipes to learn what you want to read

Lumi uses the latest data science, crowd sourcing, and your personal social media feeds to provide a never-ending stream of relevant articles to read on your mobile device → Read More

How This Female Inventor Succeeded in Male-Dominated Industries

How This Female Inventor Succeeded in Male-Dominated Industries Jeri Ellsworth is launching a consumer-friendly augmented reality platform, castAR, this fall. → Read More

Derek Waters: How a cocktail of YouTube, Hulu, and booze made ‘Drunk History’ a hit

Drunk History wouldn’t be a Comedy Central hit today without YouTube, which launched the concept, and Hulu, which introduced the series to cord cutters. Waters talks about why technology makes for exciting times for comedians in this exclusive interview. → Read More

Chevy’s augmented reality test drive puts you behind the wheel of your dream car

Epic Games continues to expand the reach of video game technology by partnering with Chevrolet on a new project that uses augmented reality to transform a custom Blackbird vehicle into any car. In addition, that same Unreal Engine 4 technology drives a new Chevy car customizer. → Read More

Jason Momoa talks ‘For Honor,’ growing up without a TV, and making Aquaman cool

Actor Jason Momoa got his first taste of video gaming with Ubisoft’s For Honor arcade-style fighting game. After taking on other celebrities on Twitch, the Game of Thrones alum talked about his upcoming roles as Aquaman in Warner Bros. DC universe in this exclusive interview. → Read More

Lance Reddick on making sequels magic, VR acting, and brushes with legends

Actor Lance Reddick returns to the assassination game in John Wick: Chapter 2, reprising his role as hotel manager Charon from the original. In addition to the new movie, there’s also a virtual reality video game from Starbreeze, John Wick Chronicles, which is available on the HTC Vive. And a special version developed for VR Arcades. → Read More

Lance Reddick on making sequels magic, VR acting, and brushes with legends

Actor Lance Reddick returns to the assassination game in John Wick: Chapter 2, reprising his role as hotel manager Charon from the original. In addition to the new movie, there’s also a virtual reality video game from Starbreeze, John Wick Chronicles, which is available on the HTC Vive. And a special version developed for VR Arcades. → Read More

Mila Jovovich confesses that she’ll miss Alice and the crazy world of Resident Evil

Resident Evil fans are having a very good week. On the heels of Capcom’s January 24 release of Resident Evil 7 across all platforms, including PlayStation VR, comes Sony Pictures’ film Resident Evil: The Final Chapter on January 27. Milla Jovovich’s sixth time playing the role of Alice, an original character created by director/writer/producer Paul […] → Read More

R Motion Golf: Our first take

R-Motion Golf is a simulator designed for home play that lets golfers use their real clubs to play through 15 virtual courses. But does it come close to the real thing? → Read More

How Carnival’s small, wearable Medallion crafts a cruise just for you

Princess Cruise ships will be the first Carnival Corporation brand to offer wearable technology that unlocks new interactions for passengers before, during and after a cruise. The quarter-sized Medallion seamlessly connects guests with the ship’s entertainment, dining, navigation and payment systems and offers artificial intelligence that adapts to every choice that’s made in real time. → Read More

How Carnival’s small, wearable Medallion crafts a cruise just for you

Princess Cruise ships will be the first Carnival Corporation brand to offer wearable technology that unlocks new interactions for passengers before, during and after a cruise. The quarter-sized Medallion seamlessly connects guests with the ship’s entertainment, dining, navigation and payment systems and offers artificial intelligence that adapts to every choice that’s made in real time. → Read More