Veteran actor Robert Redford confirms to SPINOFF ONLINE that he’ll play not merely a senior S.H.I.E.L.D. official but the head of the espionage agency in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
In The Place Beyond the Pines, Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance creates a tragic and touching tale of crime and repercussions, with strong performances by Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper at its center.
Columbia Pictures debuted 8 minutes of footage from White House Down, director Roland Emmerich’s new big budget action flick starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, to the press, as well as making the first official trailer available online.
Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers is a frenetic, drug-fueled, and sex-filled, look at the downward spiral of four friends that serves as a coming-out party for Disney starlets Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens. However, it’s James Franco who steals the movie.
Stoker star Matthew Goode talks with Spinoff Online about working with director Park Chan-Wook, playing a piano duet with Mia Wasikowska, and the most disturbing day on the set of the psychological thriller.
While director Bryan Singer demonstrates his deftness with 3D in Jack the Giant Slayer, he fails to deliver anything beyond a one-dimensional adventure story, in part by forcing an impressive cast into cookie-cutter roles.
Acclaimed director Park Chan-Wook talks with Spinoff Online about his new psychological thriller Stoker, his approach to depicting violence, and his desire to explore new territory in his next film.
Billed as director Steven Soderbergh’s final feature, Side Effects is a tense and twisting psychological thriller that elicits stellar performances from stars Rooney Mara and Jude Law.
Side Effects screenwriter Scott Z. Burns talks with Spinoff Online about his work with Steven Soderbergh, the themes behind their new psychological thriller, and his draft for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Following a recent screening of Side Effects, Stephen Soderbergh, writer Scott Z. Burns and stars Rooney Mara, Jude Law and Vinessa Shaw settled in for a discussion of the psychological thriller, the director’s final film.
Director Jonathan Levine’s offbeat supernatural romance Warm Bodies is both hilarious and horrific, blending the best of George A. Romero and John Hughes for a refreshing tale of a young zombie in love.
Warm Bodies writer/director Jonathan Levine talks with Spinoff Online about adapting Isaac Marion’s beloved supernatural romance, drawing inspiration from everyone from George A. Romero to John Hughes, and eating brains.