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Video from "The Amazing Spider-Man" NY re-shoots surfaces online! Ellen Page to appear in "The Dark Knight Rises" after all? Also, Tom Hiddleston talks bonding with "The Avengers" and more.
As the search for Sophia languishes, Dale takes being a busybody to new, dangerous heights, Shane offers Andrea some "advanced training" and Rick finally catches on that Lori's hiding something.
The new issue of "Empire" magazine sports covers featuring Christian Bale as Batman and Tom Hardy as Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises." Inside, Christopher Nolan reveals details about the movie's timeline. Warning: Spoilers!
"Dark Knight Rises" to take place eight years after the "The Dark Knight?" New "Spider-Man" set photos appear online! Also, additional actors audition for Tetsuo, new "Ghost Rider" poster art and more.
"The Muppets" co-writer Nick Stoller spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the genesis of the big-screen revival, his lifelong love for the characters, and the challenges of an enormous cast.
People are turning up dead and ghostly-white, but maybe this week's "Fringe" was all about Olivia's past holding some secrets. SPINOFF has its usual five questions about Friday's "Wallflower."
British TV viewers got an extra slice of Timelord as part of the annual charity telethon "Children-in-Need" last night, and SPINOFF wants to tell you all about it.
Author Neil Gaiman talks about lending his voice to this week's episode of "The Simpsons," his thoughts on "Twilight" and teen literature, and his own career. Link Fixed
Despite an absurd plot, wooden performances and clunky dialogue, "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" is made bearable, maybe even entertaining, by director Bill Condon, who seems to revel in the franchise's campiness.
"Avengers" director Joss Whedon says he and star Mark Ruffalo used Bill Bixby’s television performance as a template for Bruce Banner, a character who’s busy helping others rather than fixated on curing himself.
New "Avengers" posters online as Joss Whedon talks collaboration! Yvonne Strahovski joins "I, Frankenstein!" Also, Joel Edgerton passes on lead role in the "300" follow-up, "Powers" news and more.
"Powers" co-creator Brian Michael Bendis speaks up on FX's call to retool the pilot based on his and Michael Avon Oeming's comic series, calling the decision "pretty good news."
The late writer of animated projects from "Static Shock" to the upcoming "Justice League: Doom" will be posthumously recognized with a special Lifetime Achievement Award from the Writer's Guild of America West's Animation Caucus.
Writer/producer Melissa Rosenberg confirms ABC’s planned "AKA Jessica Jones" takes place in the cinematic Marvel Universe, pledging, "as much as I can I’m going to pull everything in from there that I can use."
Unlike the Academy Award-winning original, Warner Bros.' "Happy Feet Two" has trouble finding its footing, stumbling as it searches for a coherent story and message, though it remains a visual delight.
Marvel has unveiled a new banner for "The Avengers" featuring new shots of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and a green-tinted Bruce Banner. UPDATED: A second banner has surfaced with more Avengers, plus Loki.
"Dark Knight Rises" marketing rumor surfaces online! Alan Silvestri confirmed to score "The Avengers!" "Akira" will "not be a reality" for Ezra Miller. Also, "AKA Jessica Jones" details and more.
Cartoon Network has released stills and a video clip for this week's episode of "Young Justice" featuring Artemis and Zatanna's Halloween night on the town.
You may know Neil Gaiman from such works as "Sandman" and "Coraline," but the acclaimed writer is also set to guest star on this Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons." ROBOT 6 has details and a video clip.
CBR News spoke with Chris Yost, head writer and story editor of Marvel's "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" animated series, about what to expect in the show's second season.
Kristin Stewart offered the female lead in "Akira!" Matthew Modine on "Dark Knight Rises" avoiding OWS. Bill Nighy to join "I, Frankenstein." Also, "Man of Steel" sequel looking for writers and more.
"Smallville's" Lois Lane, Erica Durance, will appear in an episode of NBC and David E. Kelley's "Harry's Law" as a psychologically unstable woman who retreats into the persona of Wonder Woman.
Possible "Dark Knight Rises" prologue details emerge! Kenneth Branagh on his "Thor 2" departure! Michael Shannon continues to talk "Man of Steel" costumes. Also, a DC Nation promo online and more.
DC Entertainment has released a teaser for DC Nation, its Cartoon Network programming block that will house "Young Justice," "Green Lantern: The Animated Series and, later, "Beware the Batman" as well as shorts and more.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" director David Yates has signed on to direct the upcoming "Doctor Who" feature film that finally bring the TARDIS and the Doctor to the big screen.
"The Muppets" director James Bobin, co-writer Nick Stoller, musical supervisor Brett McKenzie and producers discuss bringing Jim Henson's creations to a new generation.
In this week's "The Walking Dead," the search for Sophia enters Day 4 as Daryl goes full-on Rambo, Hershel grows tired of his guests and a sex-crazed Glenn discovers the dark, festering secret of the Greene farm.
While his shocking AMC series remains a certifiable smash hit, Robert Kirkman busies himself with the task of upping the zombie craziness of "The Walking Dead," adapting his comics to include Shane and preparing for a mid-season finale.
Batwing spotted on the rooftops of New York City! "Supernatural's" Julian Richings on becoming a Kryptonian in "Man of Steel!" Also, new photo of Martin Freeman on the "Hobbit" set and more.
With all of Star Trek now available to stream on Netflix, SPINOFF creates a few playlists that tell complete story-arcs through multiple series.
"Firefly" actress Summer Glau spoke with CBR TV at the New York Comic Con about her newest project, "The Human Preservation Project" ARG, her role, and the changing face of media.
Last night's Fringe saw time go weird, but was the recently-returned Peter to blame? SPINOFF asks the questions that matter.
The stars of "Grimm," David Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby, talk about their roles in NBC's new fantasy police procedural and the fairy tales that inspire the show.
While Tarsem Singh's "Immortals" is gorgeous, filled with gold-armored warriors, sweeping vistas and Greek gods in impossible headpieces, the film stumbles as the story gets in the way of the adrenaline-pumping action
Matthew James Thomas, who plays Peter Parker in matinee performances of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," was injured during a production leaving regular Spidey Reeve Carney to finish the show. ROBOT 6 has details.
Star Henry Cavill compares "Man of Steel," Zack Snyder’s reboot of the Superman franchise, to DC Comics, recent line-wide relaunch, saying the film modernizes the Last Son of Krypton.
New "Tintin" TV Spot! "Dark Knight Rises" Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks the atmosphere on set! Disney buys "Amazing Spider-Man" merchandise! Also, Amy Adams on Henry Cavill's humility and more.
Melissa Rosenberg, the writer and producer of "AKA Jessica Jones," the planned TV adaptation of Marvel's "Alias," is hopeful the superheroine turned private investigator will find a place on ABC’s fall 2012 lineup.
"Dark Knight Rises" prologue receives a PG-13 rating! "300" sequel looks to cast a Goddess! Alexander Payne to bring "Wilson" to the big screen! Also, Henry Cavill on action figures and more.
The voice actor behind the fan favorite "Spectacular Spider-Man" slings a ring as Hal Jordan this Friday in the animated "Green Lantern" as Josh Keaton told CBR how his new secret identity compares to past work.