Writer Neil Gaiman and director Toby Haynes discuss their contributions to the upcoming sixth season of Doctor Who, producing world-class science fiction on a budget, and what the future holds for the time-traveler.
Star Saoirse Ronan describes to Spinoff Online the “fairy tale comic book” appeal of Atonement director Joe Wright’s Hanna.
Logan Lerman talks with Spinoff Online about his extensive sword training in preparation for the role of d’Artagnan in Paul W.S. Anderson’s high-octane adaptation of The Three Musketeers.
The cast and producers of the new Fox sitcom Breaking In appeared Sunday at WonderCon following a screening of the pilot. The group talked about upcoming episodes and the show’s slant toward all things geeky.
Director Toby Haynes, writer Neil Gaiman and actor Mark Sheppard entertained rabid Doctor Who fans at WonderCon with a special preview of the upcoming sixth season of the sci-fi series.
Warner Bros. has unveiled a banner version of the Green Lantern poster that debuted over the weekend at WonderCon, showing more of the planet Oa and Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan. The film opens on June 17.
Executive producer/writer Scott Rosenbaum and stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Marc Singer talked with fans at WonderCon about the future of the ABC sci-fi drama.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a second trailer for its “21st-century reimagining” of the classic Rankin/Bass cartoon from the 1980s. The new incarnation premieres this summer on Cartoon Network.
Lily Collins and Tarsem Singh share the first details on the director’s upcoming retelling of Snow White in separate WonderCon interviews.
Stars Logan Lerman and Luke Evans talked to the crowd at WonderCon in San Francisco about diving into the 3D action of director Paul W.S. Anderson’s adaptation of The Three Musketeers.
Director Joe Wright and star Saoirse Ronan discuss female empowerment and fluid, thumping action during their Saturday Hanna presentation at WonderCon in San Francisco.
Executive producer Bruce Timm revealed at WonderCon in San Francisco that Justice League: Doom, loosely based on the 2000 JLA story arc “Tower of Babel,” will be Warner Bros. Animation’s first feature of 2012.