Disney’s animated sequel to the Cars spinoff has less baggage than the original and reaches greater heights.
Director Bobs Gannaway and producer Ferrell Barron talk with SPINOFF about expanding the Cars and Planes universe with the Disney animated sequel.
The Modern Family star discusses earning “a tiny bit of street cred” with her sons in her role as Dipper in Disney’s animated sequel.
The comics artist/writer turned director talks with SPINOFF about putting his stamp on the horror franchise, and testing Danny Rand in Marvel’s Iron Fist: The Living Weapon.
The increasingly in-demand actor discusses the future of Star Trek and his hesitation about revisiting Heroes while previewing his documentary series The Chair.
The Hoop Dreams filmmaker and Ebert’s wife discuss the life, last days and influence of the famed film critic in the moving documentary based on his intensely personal memoir.
The executive producer delves into the complex themes at the heart of the CBS summer event series, and talks about working with Halle Berry and Steven Spielberg.
A new documentary explores the life and encroaching death of the famed film critic in a spirited style that’s always moving yet never overly mournful.
The Oscar-winning actress, and star of the X-Men film franchise, discusses making her television debut with the sci-fi mystery thriller.
The veteran actor talks with SPINOFF about his latest film, and making a dramatic pivot into comedy 15 years ago with Office Space.
Stars Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon and writer/director Ben Falcone discuss the origins of the road-trip comedy, the trouble with Jet Skis, and the humor behind brown paper bags.
The young actor tells SPINOFF he’s living out his Hollywood dreams, playing the Keanu Reeves role in the cult classic’s remake and working alongside his favorite 007 in The November Man.