Check out the new trailer for Knights of Badassdom, featuring Steve Zahn, Peter Dinklage, Summer Glau and Ryan Kwanten, which you can finally see in early 2014.
The cast of HBO’s True Blood entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a sneak peek at this season’s remaining episodes, and a discussion of where their characters stand.
True Blood star Ryan Kwanten talks exclusively to Spinoff Online about his role in the independent romantic comedy/superhero movie Griff the Invisible.
Director Joe Lynch and the stars of Knights of Badassdom entertained the Hall H crowd at Comic-Con International over the weekend with tales of demons, LARPers and a foam sword named Edith.
Executive Producer Alan Ball and the cast of HBO’s Southern Gothic series True Blood got down and dirty with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
The first trailer has premiered for the fantasy comedy-adventure starring Peter Dinklage, Ryan Kwanten, Summer Glau, Steve Zahn and Danny Pudi.
Knights Of Badassdom director Joe Lynch, producer Mark Burton and writer Matt Wall speak to CBR News about the movie, the cast, and the American LARPing community.
The True Blood actor plays a shy and awkward office worker who finds an escape from his humdrum life by assuming the identity of a costumed superhero. Written and directed by Leon Ford, Griff the Invisible debuts on Aug. 19.
True Blood creator Alan Ball was joined on-stage Saturday in Beverly Hills by the cast of his hit HBO series to discuss what the fourth season has in store for the citizens of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Ryan Kwanten is ditching Jason Stackhouse in favor of Griff the Invisible, an average officer worker by day and a powerful superhero by night.