Veteran actor Robert Redford confirms to SPINOFF ONLINE that he’ll play not merely a senior S.H.I.E.L.D. official but the head of the espionage agency in Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
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In The Place Beyond the Pines, Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance creates a tragic and touching tale of crime and repercussions, with strong performances by Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper at its center.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat discusses Saturday’s midseason premiere, “The Bells of St. John,” and the introduction of Jenna Louise-Coleman as new companion Clara Oswald.
Dwayne Johnson discusses starring as fan-favorite Roadblock in G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the future of the Fast and the Furious franchise, his desire to play Black Adam in a Shazam movie, and how he was born to portray Hercules.
Ice Age director Chris Wedge provides a preview of Epic, the animated fantasy-adventure about a secret war waged between the forces of life and decay for the future of a forest. The film opens May 24.
With the return of Doctor Who on Saturday for the second half of Season 7, Spinoff looks at where we left the series in December and what we should look for in these next eight episodes. (Hint: Neil Gaiman’s Cybermen!)
Depending upon your taste for television blood and violence, the trailer for Hannibal will either whet your appetite for NBC’s new thriller, or turn your stomach. But what is it about (fictional) cannibals that we find so intriguing?
ABC plunged back into the reality-competition pool last night with the premiere of Splash, in which C- and D-list celebrities dive into the water, demonstrating once again there are some things you can’t — or at least shouldn’t — do with “stars.”
Filled with kid-friendly colors and action, DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods offers plenty for adults with sophisticated animation, bold character and creature designs, and a charming story about allowing children to grow up.
Premiering Monday, A&E’s Bates Motel is a modern-day prequel to Alfred Hitchock’s Psycho that delves into the complex, and downright creepy, mother-son relationship that helped to transform teenage Norman Bates into a serial killer.
Appearing at Emerald City Comicon, Patrick Stewart discussed auditioning for the role of Captain Picard, his favorite episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and returning to the X-Men franchise with Days of Future Past.
On BBC Three’s upcoming drama In the Flesh, zombies can be rehabilitated and returned to society, where they not only struggle for acceptance but grapple with the guilt for the horrible acts they committed.