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Learn The 25 Most Important Moments In Mutant History Before “X-Men: Days Of Future Past” Is Released

What was Magneto doing on the Grassy Knoll, anyway??<p>Say this for <i>X-Men: Days of Future Past</i>: the marketing team has risen to the challenge of presenting what may well be the most challenging and complicated superhero film ever made. While the formula–perhaps seen most effectively executed in <i>Captain</i> …

High Valyrian, anyone? What the 'Game of Thrones' conlangs tell us about language and world-building

Behind the savage bloodshed, naked power lust, and epic betrayals that make HBO's <i>Game of Thrones</i> so enthralling to watch are the languages created …

A new challenge to books – stories that follow you into the real world

It is part book, part film, part game – and a world away from the six novels in contention for tonight's Man Booker prize. But Julian McCrea, developer of the immersive iPad thriller The Craftsman, launched this week, is convinced his mashup of literary gothic and cinematic chiller is the future of …

Breaking Bad Story Sync: Incorporating the Second Screen into Transmedia Storytelling

Pushing audiences into binge-viewing session since 2008, AMC’s <i>Breaking Bad</i> has sadly graced our screens for the last time. Not only does this mean an …

See How Beautiful Video Game Worlds Are, Minus The Game Part

The Other Places YouTube series turns the gorgeously rendered landscapes of gaming into short films.<p>I don’t usually play video games. But when I do, I manically smash the controller buttons every time one of those those pricey cinematic cut-scenes pop up. They’re hardly ever necessary to the …

David Cronenberg’s Body/Mind/Change – Transmedia Peaks with Sneak Peek Trailer

Get in the mind of David Cronenberg via his 'Body/Mind/Change'<p>As one of the most visionary creators in modern time, David Cronenberg has garnered an …

Transmedia and Reality TV – Conducttr

One of the interesting paradoxes about the reality TV is that more a show is <i>less</i> like reality, so the better the ratings. By this I mean, less like …

New York Film Festival Taps Into Transmedia

Transmedia may be a nouveau buzzword, but at the New York Film Festival the term sits alongside established genres like documentaries, retrospectives …

Technology and Storytelling, Part 1: Transmedia World-Building

Technology is changing the way we receive and experience entertainment. Over the course of three or four posts, I want to talk about several …

Jeff Gomez Reveals Secrets to Transmedia Franchise Development at CineKid

<i>ARGNet staff writer Daniël van Gool attended Cinekid to hear Starlight Runner President and CEO Jeff Gomez offer advice on creating and fostering</i> …

Building Storyworlds – Conducttr

I really must recommend Mark Wolf’s excellent book “Building Imaginary Worlds: The Theory and History of Subcreation“. It’s full of great insights …

'Social Fiction' Brings Characters to Life via Facebook and Twitter

A former Nickelodeon Animation storyboard artist and a Facebook employee have teamed up to create a new form of entertainment: social …

Forensic Fandom and the Drillable Text

While the rise of spreadable media is a major trend of the contemporary era, another development within media seems to pull in an opposite direction: …

How to Build a Universe: Philip K. Dick on Reality, Media Manipulation, and Human Heroism

<b>Philip K. Dick</b> is as well-known today for his era-defining science fiction as he is for the series of unusual experiences he had in the spring of 1974, which he dubbed his “exegesis”. Occupying the intersection of the scientific, the philosophical, and the mystical, the exegesis shaped Dick’s work …

Building Imaginary Worlds: An Interview with Mark J. P. Wolf (Part One)