Both will remain on at Activision in new roles
Stefano Sollima is reportedly in talks to direct an upcoming film adaptation of the popular video game
At home with the chart-topping rapper as he sounds off on race, guns, his buddy Justin Bieber, and the pleasures of Olive Garden
Take on "monstrous creations of the occult."
'Games of Thrones' star appears as radical terrorist while UFC champ punches people
If the "Sex, Money, Guns" crew shoots you, you may have been killed by the veteran rapper
"People don't want freedom," actor says in trailer. "They want boundaries, rules, protection"
The rapper narrates multiplayer gameplay with classic dialogue like, 'Don't stop, cap 'em and shank 'em!'
Activision's flagship doesn't need decommissioning quite yet