The man responsible for directing nearly 50 cut scenes in "Resident Evil 5" shed some light on how they were made, and explained how he was influenced by "Metal Gear Solid 4," "28 Days Later" and "Black Hawk Down." Read More...

In an exclusive interview with MTV Multiplayer, the president of Gameloft sheds like on the "Terminator Salvation" iPhone game and explains why it won't stink -- or include a Christian Bale rant. Read More...

The cinematic director who worked on "Resident Evil 5" revealed to MTV Multiplayer that he's currently in talks to direct a live-action film based on one of Capcom's game franchises. Read More...

"Watchmen: The End is Nigh" isn't the only title being released for the upcoming comic book film. Described as "a dynamic strategy fighting game," "Watchmen: Justice is Coming" will be available exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Read More...

In addition to a sequel to "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li," the "Street Fighter" cast is looking at the possibility of other video game movies coming to life, including "Punch Out" and -- you won't be able to guess -- "Brick Breaker." Read More...

We could be looking at more "Street Fighter" movies if the latest one, "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li," is a box office success; our colleagues at MTV Movies already saw the film and noted it perfectly sets up a sequel, prompting them to ask the cast who'd want to come back. Read more here!

A WoW Insider reader revealed that a visual effects artist who won an Oscar at last night's Academy Awards for his work on "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" is a guild leader in "World of Warcraft." Steve Preeg, who's also worked on the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," plays a Rogue in the game. Not sure how he finds the time, but congrats to Preeg on his sweet loot. [WoW Insider]

Our pals at the MTV Movies side of the company have posted some new images from the upcoming "Street Fighter" live-action movie. The movie's out later this month. Worth seeing?

Electronic Arts has picked up the rights to publish games based on the work of Robert Ludlum, the author of the Jason Bourne series. The first game is being made by "Chronicles of Riddick" developer Starbreeze Studios. Read More...

In partnership with GameTrailers, we have your exclusive first look at the trailer for "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," a beat 'em up coming from Activision and Raven Software, based on the Hugh Jackman-starring action movie of the same name. Hit this link and click '720' to see the trailer in high-definition.

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