Revolution stars stars Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke and co-executive producer David Rambo met with reporters at WonderCon to discuss the first season of NBC’s post-apocalyptic drama.
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Community stars Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs discuss what lies ahead for their characters, the comedy’s devoted fanbase, and who came up with that “Oct. 19 is a state of mind” promo.
Speaking with reporters on the set of Community, stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash reveal a little of what fans can expect from the fourth season, including guest stars Malcolm McDowell and James Brolin, a Freaky Friday spoof and, of course, the Hunger Deans.
Mama, the bittersweet ghost story from director director Andres Muschietti and producer Guillermo del Toro, stumbles as often as it soars, held down by the filmmakers’ inability to trust the audience.
Producer Guillermo del Toro and screenwriting/directing duo Andres and Barbara Muschietti talk about their upcoming supernatural thriller Mama, and del Toro’s next directorial project Crimson Peak.
DreamWorks Animation unveiled its 2013 slate — The Croods, Mr. Peabody & Sherman and Turbo — and announced plans to release three movies a year through its new deal with Fox.
Actor Bradley James, who plays King Arthur on Merlin, talks with Spinoff Online about the past four seasons of the hit fantasy adventure, and teases what American viewers can expect with the Jan. 4 debut of Season 5.
With Wreck-It Ralph, Disney delivers a fun and funny animated film that packs a surprisingly nuanced message about what it means to be “good.”
The cast and director of Beautiful Creatures spoke at New York Comic Con about adapting the popular young-adult fantasy novels for the big screen.
The creators and animators of Adult Swim’s Superjail! spoke at New York Comic Con about the third season of the Adult Swim animated series and the challenges of killing inmates every episode.
Disney’s stop-motion Frankenweenie is a sweet and simple tale of a boy and his undead dog that marks a refreshing return to basics for director Tim Burton.
Reuniting Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the other action all-stars, The Expendables 2 is a surprisingly fun movie that improves on The Expendables formula and avoids the worst pitfalls of the first film.