The news that Netflix has won the rights for the new season of Arrested Development is definitely a good thing for everyone who’s a Netflix subscriber and likes good comedy, but is there more to this story than meets the eye?
Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow in HBO’s Game of Thrones, will star opposite The Killing‘s Joel Kinnaman in Warner Bros.’ Arthur & Lancelot.
Michael Pitt, D.J. Cotrona, Paul Danno and Richard Madden are among those young actors reportedly testing this week for the role of Tetsuo in Warner Bros.’ live-action Akira film.
Dwayne Johnson will star in an adaptation of Zenescope Entertainment’s 2010 comic miniseries The Monster Hunter’s Survival Guide.
A new behind-the-scenes trailer provides a sneak peek at the second season of HBO’s fantasy epic Game of Thrones.
BBC and BBC America have premiered the trailer for Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, the 2011 Christmas special set to air on Dec. 25.
Canceled by Fox in 2006, the acclaimed comedy Arrested Development will get a second chance at life in an exclusive arrangement with Netflix.
As the search for Sophia languishes, Glenn spills the beans, Dale takes being a busybody to new, dangerous heights, Shane offers Andrea some “advanced training,” and Rick finally catches on that Lori’s hiding something.
Andrew Garfield and Rhys Ifans are captured in photos from The Amazing Spider-Man reshoots in New York City.
Empire magazine has revealed its two Dark Knight Rises covers featuring Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane. The new issue hits stands on Thursday. Updated: now with potential spoilers about the movie!
The Muppets co-writer Nick Stoller talks with Spinoff Online about the genesis of the big-screen revival, his lifelong love for the characters, and the challenges of an enormous cast.