Tom Riley, who plays the lead role on Da Vinci’s Demons, talks with Spinoff Online about the new David S. Goyer drama, which explores the unknown years of the original Renaissance man. The series premieres tonight on Starz.
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Gearing up for the May 4 premiere of Iron Man 3, Marvel has released a new international television spot and behind-the-scenes featurette for director Shane Black’s sequel.
Ahead of the return of Doctor Who on Saturday, Spinoff Online travels back through time and space to single out the very best of the first eight Doctors.
Two-time Oscar nominee John Malkovich will star as Blackbeard on NBC’s Crossbones, a 10-episode action-adventure developed by Luther creator Neil Cross.
Juliette Binoche is in talks to join Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla, the 2014 reboot directed by Gareth Edwards from a script rewritten by Frank Darabont.
Not even the great Bruce Willis can save this bloated, overblown fifth installment of the iconic Die Hard franchise, which trades the charm and ingenuity of past installments for murky direction, lazy writing and a script devoid of relatable characters.
After yesterday’s Fringe finale, I’ve found myself thinking of what a good final episode needs in order to fully satisfy the expectations of its viewers (and especially the long-term fans). Surely it’s something more than just tying up all the loose ends, right…?
This past Thursday saw the 20th anniversary of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, also known by those with taste as “The best of the Star Trek series from the 1980s and ’90s.” There are, however, those who have avoided the show due to the (admittedly foreboding) reputation that it has developed as overly dark and continuity-laden, especially when compared to the other Treks of the time, and remain unaware of the show’s greatness. For them, then, here are five episodes to introduce Deep Space Nine to the wary.
ith only four episodes left, it’s time for Fringe to start answering some questions – Starting with the most obvious one left over from last week’s episode: “What’s the deal with the mysterious Observer child?” Well, that and the identity of Donald, of course…
You can tell a lot about a fandom from the merchandise it supports, which is just one of the reasons why Chronicle Books’ new Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection is such an oddly compelling book.
If it’s November, it’s time for a little bit of extra Doctor Who thanks to the annual BBC charity marathon Children in Need. But did this year’s extra offer any hints about what to expect from the post-Amy Pond Eleventh Doctor?
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