Saber Interactive's latest offering released on 18 September on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia and Nintendo Switch
James Harris, towering professional wrestler popularly known as Kamala, passes away at 70 due to COVID-19
As Kamala, a racist caricature of an African tribal warrior, James Harris became a top draw in the WWF and elsewhere as a menacing but bumbling African tribal warrior, fated always to lose to his white opponents.
Chris Hemsworth says he will undergo radical physical transformation for Todd Phillips-directed Hulk Hogan biopic
Chris Hemsworth was last seen in Netflix's action-thriller Extraction, helmed by Sam Hargrave.
Money in the Bank winner Otis says WWE operating safely amid COVID-19, revisits his 'crazy' ladder match
“It was crazy!” said WWE wrestler Otis reflecting on his experience of competing in this year's unique Money in the Bank ladder match.
Chris Hemsworth to portray wrestling legend Hulk Hogan in Netflix biopic, to be helmed by Todd Philips
The Netflix biopic, starring Chris Hemsworth, will focus on Hulk Hogan's rise to international fame and becoming a cultural icon in the late 1970-8os.
The film will be an adaptation of Ryan Holiday's book and detail the lawsuit between the WWE wrestler Hulk Hogan and Gawker Media
"Conspiracy clearly has the big, compelling story and character elements to make an Oscar-contending film," says producer on the Hulk Hogan vs Gawker case.
These are scary times, especially for journalism. The arrival of Nobody Speak: The Trial of the Free Press on Netflix therefore is incredibly significant.
Univision deletes Gawker posts subject to active litigation in bid to start over with a 'clean slate'
Univision Communications Inc said on Saturday it has deleted postings subject to active litigation against Gawker Media Group Inc to create a "clean slate" for the online publishing company acquired for $135 million in a bankruptcy auction last month.
Gawker Media founder Nick Denton has filed for personal bankruptcy protection in a bid to stop Hulk Hogan from seizing his assets in a multimillion-dollar sex tape judgment.
Gawker Media Chief Executive Nick Denton filed for personal bankruptcy protection on Monday, according to court documents that name his largest creditor as Hulk Hogan, a former professional wrestler who won a $140 million court judgment against the news website over a sex tape it posted.
Gawker Media founder Nick Denton faces personal bankruptcy after a U.S. judge refused to extend protections shielding him from lawsuit related liabilities.
Gawker Media LLC, an online publishing pioneer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and put itself up for sale after a $140 million court judgment against it in a lawsuit brought by former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan
WWE Network review: An absolute slobberknocker that slaps on the sharpshooter, but just fails to hold on
The WWE Network was launched on Indian shores in November last year — nearly 20 months after its US release — on the back of two first-time-in-13-years live WWE shows in New Delhi. For those not in the know and for want of a better description, the Network is WWE’s equivalent of Netflix.
At the Code Conference in California, CEO and founder of Gawker Media, Nick Denton took responsibility for the stories published on his site. He also added that the likes of Facebook and Reddit must also be held responsible for the content published on their platform.
Gawker Media managed to get itself into a quite a pickle when it published a sex tape involving Terry Gene Bollea, better known as Hulk Hogan.
A Florida jury sided with ex-pro wrestler Hulk Hogan on Friday and awarded him $115 million in his sex tape lawsuit against Gawker Media
Courtroom action in Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker Media began and ended on explicit notes Tuesday, as Hogan discussed how he tried to separate his wrestling persona from his real-life one
Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan sued a disc jockey, the DJ's ex-wife and a gossip website, Gawker Monday after a sex tape involving Hogan and the woman was posted online.