As the vibrant Mexican-themed animated tale arrives in theaters, SPINOFF checks in with the busy filmmaker about projects ranging from Crimson Peak to Justice League Dark to Hellboy 3.
The Walking Dead alum talks with SPINOFF about fleshing out his character in David Ayer’s World War II thriller, and what he learned from the zombie drama.
As Showtime’s hit horror show hits Blu-Ray, the former stage Spider-Man reflects on playing the never-aging sensualist.
The character actor talks with SPINOFF about appearing alongside Brad Pitt in the tank drama, and the secrecy surrounding his Marvel role.
The breakout villain of Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ talks with SPINOFF his new MMA drama and waiting to be called into action again by Marvel.
Longtime showrunner Al Jean explains why the landmark animated series is still going strong after 26 seasons, with no end in sight.
The 15-year-old Game of Thrones actor talks with SPINOFF about exchanging Westeros for Cheesebridge in the new stop-motion animated film.
The studio chief reveals to SPINOFF how Laika has evolved since the release of stop-motion modern classic Coraline and ParaNorman.
Filmmakers Anthony Stacchi and Graham Annable take the tried-and-true animation technique to dazzling new places.
The director talks with SPINOFF about reuniting with his Training Day star Denzel Washington to bring a classic, mature storytelling style to a big-budget action film.
The 16-year-old star of Laika’s animated fantasy shares the challenges of voice acting, the tiny secrets of stop-motion filmmaking, and her Winnie-like rebellious streak.
The Oscar winner discusses finding the voice or the villainous Archibald Snatcher for Laika’s new stop-motion animated film, and a distinguished career that’s “evolved by accident.”