Spinoff Online caught up with filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan about working with Will and Jaden Smith on After Earth, exploring science fiction, and the possible resurrection of Unbreakable.
Veteran franchise writer Chris Morgan talks with Spinoff Online about what to expect from Fast & Furious 6, juggling such a large cast, and how he approaches the big action sequences.
With J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness, the long-running franchise is less interested in exploring new worlds, and weighing moral choices, and more focused on blowing things up.
Following a barrage of criticism over its “Princess makeover” of Brave heroine Merida, Disney pulled the images from the franchise website. However, the media giant may not grasp the importance of strong female role models to girls and boys.
While Star Trek Into Darkness doesn’t hurt for visual spectacle, it falls short of the 2009 reboot in terms of character and plot development as J.J. Abrams & Co. focus their attentions on ratcheting up the action.
Robert Downey Jr.’s multi-picture deal with Marvel Studios helped make the Iron Man franchise and The Avengers into blockbusters. But with his contract fulfilled, the actor’s future as Tony Stark is now in question. So where does Marvel go from here?
As we head toward Wednesday’s season finale of Arrow, Spinoff looks at five instances in which the show’s writers have hit their target … and five areas in which they’ve fallen short.
Acclaimed author and comics writer Neil Gaiman explains the development of this week’s episode of Doctor Who, “Nightmare in Silver,” which reintroduces the Cybermen.
A Boston resident, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert reflects on the Marathon bombing, the good that people have done in the wake of the tragedy, and why myth matters.
Oblivion co-stars Morgan Freeman and Olga Kurylenko talk about director Joseph Kosinski’s new sci-fi film, working with Tom Cruise, approaching action scenes and the future of mankind.
Spectacular visuals and a solid main cast buoy director Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion, which is awash in derivative storylines with few surprises for anyone who’s ever watched a science fiction film.
Director Joseph Kosinski discusses bringing Oblivion to theaters eight years after dreaming up the story, eschewing the dreaded blue screen and setting a science fiction film in daylight.