Despite a few terrific scenes and characters, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters may grate on adults in the audience while thrilling kids with well-worn tropes they may be encountering for the first time.
The cast of HBO’s True Blood entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a sneak peek at this season’s remaining episodes, and a discussion of where their characters stand.
Cartoon Network’s The High Fructose Adventures of the Annoying Orange cast and crew treated fans to a new episode while discussing the show’s origins on the web and why Nerville likes to dance.
Actors Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood and Doug Jones, along with showrunner Remi Aubuchon, talk about new aliens, a new baby and the upcoming third season of TNT’s hit drama Falling Skies.
Oblivion co-stars Morgan Freeman and Olga Kurylenko talk about director Joseph Kosinski’s new sci-fi film, working with Tom Cruise, approaching action scenes and the future of mankind.
Spectacular visuals and a solid main cast buoy director Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion, which is awash in derivative storylines with few surprises for anyone who’s ever watched a science fiction film.
Director Joseph Kosinski discusses bringing Oblivion to theaters eight years after dreaming up the story, eschewing the dreaded blue screen and setting a science fiction film in daylight.
Ron Ely, who starred as Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze, spoke with Spinoff at WonderCon about the 1975 film, working with producer George Pal and his days playing Tarzan on television.
Executive Producer Remi Aubuchon and cast members from TNT’s Falling Skies sat down with Spinoff Online at WonderCon to discuss the upcoming third season of the hit alien-invasion drama.
Filled with kid-friendly colors and action, DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods offers plenty for adults with sophisticated animation, bold character and creature designs, and a charming story about allowing children to grow up.
The pilot episode of Banshee, the new Cinemax drama from True Blood creator Alan Ball, offers a tantalizing glimpse into a corrupt small town populated by a hard-boiled sheriff and enough lowlifes and criminals to guarantee weekly viewing.
Naomi Watts and Tom Holland offer a stunning look at survival in The Impossible, a film that starts with a remarkable look at two peoples’ hard won fight to stay alive, but eventually veers uncomfortably close to standard movie plotting.