The breakout villain of Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ talks with SPINOFF his new MMA drama and waiting to be called into action again by Marvel.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about staying alive in the horror sequel, and weighs in on the future of Crossbones after Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
This week, Chronicle flies into your house, causing all sorts of collateral damage, Qui-Gon Jinn takes on a pack of direwolves (sorta), and John Malkovich gets worked like a cheap puppet. Plus: Grant Morrison gets freaky.
Fresh from his survival thriller The Grey, which led the weekend box office, Joe Carnahan is reportedly lined up to write and direct a remake of the 1974 revenge movie Death Wish.
Actor Frank Grillo talks with Spinoff Online about his role in director Joe Carnahan’s new action-thriller The Grey, working with star Liam Neeson, and learning what “cold” really is.
Director Joe Carnahan’s action-thriller The Grey delivers an emotional, beautiful and surprisingly deep tale of survival that pits Liam Neeson and a group of oil-rig workers against the forces of nature.
The Grey director Joe Carnahan discusses shooting the thriller, working with star Liam Neeson, and the existential questions surrounding the man vs. nature drama.
Liam Neeson, star of The Grey, talks about filming in an unforgiving location, and what interested him in director Joe Carnahan’s man vs. nature thriller.
The A-Team star Liam Neeson and director Joe Carnahan will re-team on The Grey, an indie-budgeted, Alaska-set wolf thriller which is now officially greenlit.