Director Tim Johnson and the stars of “Home” discuss the draw of the latest film from DreamWorks Animation.
The actor and writer chats about juggling the indie comedy thriller “Kill Me Three Times” and blockbuster franchises “Mission: Impossible” and “Star Trek.”
After one of his most entertaining performances in recent memory, legendary actor Al Pacino looks back at other magical moments in his career.
The Oscar-winner brings a humanitarian sensibility to his new, high-octane thriller.
The “Boardwalk Empire” actor talks about his surprising friendship with Al Pacino and compares “Ant-Man’s” tone to “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
Veterans of the monster hit animated feature, Chris Buck and Producer Peter Del Vecho return to the enchanted land they created for short, snowy adventure.
Before the transform into Deadshot and Harley Quinn, Will Smith and Margo Robbie discuss teaming up for the con job of a lifetime in “Focus.”
The composer talks with SPINOFF about hitting all the right notes with “Marvel’s Agent Carter” and “Galavant.”
The reinvigorated Oscar frontrunner reflects on his professional highs, from creating the Dark Knight’s signature whisper-voice to developing the look and character of Beetlejuice and more.
Reveling in her rising status as action star, the actress talks with SPINOFF about going toe-to-toe with Keanu Reeves, Bobbi Morse’s “little secret,” and the major drawback of that Wonder Woman costume.
The Breaking Bad veteran isn’t feeling the pressure of headlining his own series, explaining, “I think that the star of this show is Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould and their writing.”
The actress admits that in live-action she’d probably balk at some of the darker, more twisted material – but she loves it nonetheless.