The late spy-thriller novelist and military historian Tom Clancy's posthumous novel Command Authority, published in December of last year, revolves around an ex-spy strongman president of Russia who gambles that he can make an armed incursion into Ukraine while NATO and the world watch powerlessly as he flexes his military might with impunity. Show More Summary
News about the MMO shooter Tom Clancy's The Division hasn't exactly been prolific in recent days. In fact, we haven't heard a peep of official news since December. But thanks to MP1st, we have two new screenshots to to remind us that the game is in development -- and that it looks pretty good. Show More Summary
Sheesh, what does a guy have to do to get a little love from the industry to whom he gave so many blockbuster stories and memorable characters? Be a liberal, probably. When the 2014 Academy Awards did its annual “In Memoriam” reel of people in the film industry who died in the past year, author Tom Clancy was conspicuously missing. read more
Oscar snubs are part of the annual Academy Awards tradition. Which actor or actress got denied a nomination? Snubbing an actor who didn't make the Oscar ceremony's "in memoriam" segment is another matter. Sunday's telecast paid tribute...Show More Summary
Tom Clancy's EndWar Online will launch its first technical testing this week. Ubisoft is calling this test "Tech Assault," and will be lifting the veil on it this Thursday, February 27. It will run through the weekend.
A few weeks ago, I walked out of Jack Ryan: Shadow Pursuit: Kenneth Branagh’s mildly hyped retelling of Tom Clancy’s storied hero was about as exciting as staring at C-SPAN on mute. Granted, when it comes to the spy genre, I’m partial...Show More Summary
You have probably seen them already but Ubisoft released those screens of Tom Clancy's The Division in good quality so here they are.
Driver and The Crew creator contributing to the MMO-like shooter. Ubisoft Reflections, developer of Driver and upcoming open-world racer The Crew, has revealed it is also working on Tom Clancy's The Division.Click here to read the full article
The Division, the third-person, open-world shooter set in a Tom Clancy universe, is in co-development by Massive Entertainment and Driver: San Francisco developer Ubisoft Reflections. Develop reported the partnership from an interview with...
As it turns out, Tom Clancy's The Division won't be entirely the brain-child of Massive Entertainment. For a few months now, UK-based developer Ubisoft Reflections has been contributing to the open-world shooter, as reported by Develop. Ubisoft Reflections is perhaps most well-known for the 2011's surprisingly good Driver: San Francisco. Show More Summary
According to GameSpot Trax’s January survey, three games -- Watch Dogs, The Witcher 3, and Tom Clancy’s The Division -- are the most anticipated games of the year. Let’s take a closer look at these three titles.
Opens in April, and it's not soon enough. Read the full article on AICN Nordling here. This looks fantastic. I'm getting an old-school Tom Clancy vibe off this thing and it just looks wonderful. I've heard through the grapevine that it's one hell of a movie, and I can't wait until April to find out. Show More Summary
One of our favorite projects from 2013 was Patrick Clair’s launch trailer for Tom Clancy’s The Division, a global conspiracy theory rendered in elegant typography and metaphorical imagery. With the same understated poignance that is his hallmark, Mr. Show More Summary
Jack Ryan really exists and even teaches at the U.S. Naval Academy. Vulture’s Dan Solomon met the real Jack Ryan and discussed what it’s like to have the same name as Tom Clancy’s hero. No, he has never used the connection as a pick-up line. Pair with: Our in memoriam of Clancy.
Three new in-game shots show a wintery New York. Ubisoft has released new screenshots of its much anticipated online RPG, Tom Clancy's The Division. Click here to read the full article
The reboot of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan character didn't get a franchise-ready reception from movie goers over the weekend. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit took in just $15 million, less than both the cop comedy Ride Along and the children's film The Nut Job. Show More Summary
It really arrived in November with the witches who shriek across the Great Lakes, scoring the gunmetal surface with their nails, and with the percussive thwack, pause, pumpf that accompanies the heavier hitting of late autumn days—the savage melody of conference play in college football.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Dir. Kenneth Branagh [Paramount Pictures; 2014] by Robert Ham Rating: The story of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is not simply about the rebooting of Tom Clancy’s most well-known literary creation as cinematic fodder...Show More Summary
The Ice Cube-Kevin Hart comedy “Ride Along” dominated a strong Martin Luther King Day box office, while a reboot of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan character struggled.
"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" debuted over the weekend to $17.2 million. The Tom Clancy adaptation follows CIA analyst Jack Ryan (Chris Pine) as he attempts to prevent a financial terrorist plot to take down the US economy. This is the fifth time the Jack Ryan series has been brought to the big screen. Show More Summary