The Tomorrow People star Luke Mitchell talks with Spinoff Online about the revelations on tonight’s episode of The CW drama, and teetering between cool and uncool in the CG-heavy action scenes.
The spinoff of ABC’s Once Upon a Time premieres tonight, and Wonderland creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz promise a new world full of strange CG, a kick-ass Alice and a frightening Jafar.
Executive Producer Phil Klemmer tells Spinoff Online how his take on the cult U.K. series The Tomorrow People mixes the best of Veronica Mars with science fiction to create a compelling coming-of-age drama.
Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, creators of Once Upon a Time, talk with Spinoff Online about moving much of the action to Neverland in the third season of the ABC fantasy drama, which premieres Sunday.
It’s Alway’s Sunny in Philadelphia star Glenn Howerton discusses the series’ continuing snub from the Emmys, the upcoming Game of Thrones episode and his brushes with superhero fame.
Screenwriter Marc Guggenheim talks with Spinoff Online about Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, saying the second film in the series works to tell a standalone adventure that defies Harry Potter comparisons.
Mark Ruffalo made an impact as as Bruce Banner in The Avengers, but director Louis Leterrier reveals he actually wanted the actor to star in 2008′s The Incredible Hulk.
Regular Show creator JG Quntel talks with Spinoff Online about his hit Cartoon Network series, his love for ’80s technology, and the 16-episode DVD, in stores today.
Comics writer Ed Brubaker, best known for his work on such series as Captain America and Criminal, has sold the crime drama Rising Suns to Fox and an untitled espionage drama to NBC.
Creators Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz open up to Spinoff Online about Once Upon A Time’s second season from the world-breaking twist that launched the year to challenges faced by Snow White and family as everyone from Mulan to Captain Hook appears in Storybrooke.
Animation veteran Bill Schultz, who worked for Marvel Productions in the 1980s when the company produced shows ranging from Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends to G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, reflects on the changing industry and looks toward his new series Wild Grinders.