Director Kimberly Peirce discusses remaking Carrie, casting young star Chloë Grace Moretz, and the pressure to create an ending that can stand up to Brian DePalma’s 1976 version.
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Four-time Academy Award nominee Julianne Moore talks about playing mother Margaret White in director Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie remake, and the timelessness of Stephen King’s original novel.
Carrie star Chloë Grace Moretz chats with Spinoff Online about what she loves about the Stephen King novel, what attracts her to dark roles, and filming the infamously bloody prom scene.
Geek power couple Seth Green and Clare Grant discuss the current season of Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken, the upcoming guest appearance by Joss Whedon, and their hopes for a Marvel special.
The cast and director of Beautiful Creatures spoke at New York Comic Con about adapting the popular young-adult fantasy novels for the big screen.
Fifth Doctor Peter Davison chats to a packed crowd at New York Comic Con about his time on Doctor Who and his thoughts on the current version of the hit sci-fi series.
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D stars Adelaide Clemens and Kit Harington and writer/director Michael J. Basset spoke at New York Comic Con about the video-game adaptation, which opens Friday.
During New York Comic Con, Person of Interest co-stars Taraji P. Henson and Kevin Chapman teased the directions their characters are heading into with the second season of the hits CBS drama.
The cast and director of Fox’s The Following, talked at New York Comic Con about the midseason drama, what sets it apart from Dexter, and how star Kevin Bacon was lured from movies to television.
The creators and animators of Adult Swim’s Superjail! spoke at New York Comic Con about the third season of the Adult Swim animated series and the challenges of killing inmates every episode.
Evil Dead director Fede Alvarez discusses his bloodier, more serious version of Sam Raimi’s cult classic at New York Comic Con.
In the supernatural drama’s New York Comic Con debut, creator David Wilcox and executive producer Matt Miller discussed what inspired them to make 666 Park Avenue.