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Gale Anne Hurd and Steven Yeun discuss how the success of the AMC series has affected their lives and what the new season holds for "The Walking Dead."
"Ghost Rider 2" co-director says to expect a cat on fire! Geoff Johns hopeful on "Green Lantern" sequel! Now or never time comes for "Akira!" Also, "Justice League: Doom" trailer and more.
Kevin Melrose offers up SPINOFF's first recap of "The Walking Dead's" second season, a 90-minute premiere that splinters the group as Rick and the other survivors set off on a bloody path to Hershel's farm.
Glen Berger and Roberto Aguire-Sacasa, the writers who reinvented the Spider-Man musical, discussed making the Broadway show more relatable with expanded roles for Green Goblin and Mary Jane amidst the wild stage effects.
Following its presentation at New York Comic Con, AMC has released a five-and-a-half-minute preview of tonight’s season premiere of The Walking Dead.
"Lost" writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz screened the pilot episode of their new ABC fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time" at New York Comic Con and fielded questions about the October-debuting series.
Following the world-premiere screening of "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" this morning at New York Comic Con, Warner Bros. has released the opening scene from the cartoon’s Nov. 11 debut.
Bruce Timm, Eliza Dushku, Kevin Conroy and Anrea Romano gave fans a first look at "Catwoman," discussed "Batman: Year One" and shared NYCC-exclusive footage from "Justice League: Doom."
Tom Hiddleston, best known as the thunder god's evil half-brother Loki from "Thor" and "The Avengers," spoke about the complexities of his character, working with Joss Whedon and the camaraderie of the film's cast.
Legendary artist Joe Kubert's poster for Lucasfilm's upcoming feature "Red Tails" debuted at New York Comic Con as a show-exclusive giveaway.
Writer William Monahan talks "Sin City 2!" Director Patty Jenkins confirmed for "Thor 2!" Henry Cavill bears chest on "Man of Steel" set! Also, "The Lone Ranger" shifts its release date and more.
Josie Campbell reviews the first two episodes of the second season of "The Walking Dead," saying they maintain the tone and suspense of last year's series one, for good and bad.
Despite frightening creature effects and an enjoyable performance by star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Universal's prequel to "The Thing" falls well short of John Carpenter's horror classic.
Marvel Studios confirmed this afternoon that "Monster" writer/director Patty Jenkins will helm "Thor 2," which is set to open on Nov. 15, 2013.
Shuffling its calendar to make room for a delayed "Lone Ranger," Disney has shifted the opening of Marvel’s "Thor" sequel from July 26, 2013, to Nov. 15, 2013.
Set photo reveals the "Man of Steel" with an apron! Aaron Eckhart talks "I, Frankenstein!" Batman chased in new "Dark Knight Rises" video. Also, "The Lone Ranger" to shoot in February and more.
With "Martha Marcy May Marlene," first-time director Sean Durkin leads audiences on an engrossing, disturbing and dream-like journey into the world inside, and beyond, a cult.
Bestselling author and comics writer Brad Meltzer spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the mysteries waiting to be uncovered in the second season of his television series "Decoded."
Now that Marvel Studios has revealed more footage from the upcoming Joss Whedon-directed "Avengers," CBR wants to know what your reaction is to Earth's Mightiest Trailer.
New photos of Amy Adams on "Man of Steel" set! Paramount receives credit on Disney's "The Avengers!" First clip from "Tintin" appears online! Also, a possible report from the Batcave and more.
Marvel Studios' first trailer for "The Avengers" premiered today, and CBR is pleased to share more than seventy screen shots of the epic adventure film directed by Joss Whedon.
Renowned director Martin Scorsese presented a work-in-progress screening of his first 3D feature "Hugo" Monday night at the 49th New York Film Festival.
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have released another clip from the new animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli's seminal Batman epic, "Batman: Year One."
"The Avengers" trailer arrives online! Gary Oldman spotted on "Dark Knight Rises" set! "Dredd" director denies departure! Also, "R.I.P.D." car crash set video, "Wolverine" R-Rating talk and more.
Marvel has released the highly-anticipated first trailer for the Joss Whedon-directed "The Avengers," uniting Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Sam Jackson, Chris Hemsworth and more as the Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
The Batwing on wires in new "Dark Knight Rises" set video! Trouble in the "Dredd" editing room! "The Avengers" to appear on Entertainment Tonight! Also, Director Jose Padilha on "Robocop" and more.
"The Walking Dead?" "Grimm?" "Beavis and Butthead?" October is filled with some great television, and SPINOFF has five of the best to share with you.
Death came quicker than usual to two bullies in last night's "Fringe," and SPINOFF has five questions about what was behind "Alone In The World."
"X-Men: First Class" star Michael Fassbender delivers a devastating performance as a man controlled by his urges in "Shame," director Steve McQueen's fascinating examination of sexual depravity and sibling relations.
"Real Steel" animatronic robot supervisor John Rosengrant and visual effects supervisor Erik Nash delves into the process of creating the film’s seven-foot-tall mechanical boxers.
While comics fans champ at the bit for the Tuesday premiere of "The Avengers" trailer, car junkies get excited about Tony Stark’s new car: the successor to the legendary Honda NSX supercar.
Christian Bale hobbles on "Dark Knight Rises" set! "The Avengers" trailer premieres on Tuesday! Also, Robert Zemeckis to make the "Prophet of the Unexplained" into a feature film and more.
Over a decade since the Wachowski brothers' mind-blowing film's debut, SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan wonders when we'll see a new "Matrix," another movie that seems to realign people’s sensibilities about genre cinema.
Director Shawn Levy's robot-boxing drama "Real Steel" delivers an emotional punch as a tale of two underdogs, a down-and-out dad and his sarcastic son played perfectly by Hugh Jackman and newcomer Dakota Goyo.
Along with never before seen promo art, Marvel Television reveals their New York Comic Con plans featuring news on G4's "Blade," the world-premiere of the "X-Men" anime and more.
"NCIS: Los Angeles" star Eric Christian Olsen and"Lost" and "Oz" alum Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje discuss their roles in the Universal Pictures prequel "The Thing."
Beardy Henry Cavil spotted on "Man of Steel" set! "Superior" officially optioned by Matthew Vaughn! No room for Gambit in "The Wolverine!" Also, "2 Guns" in talks with a director and more.
Promoting its New York Comic Con panel, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have released a new clip from "Batman: Year One," the animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli's iconic story.
In the latest of G4's Marvel Comics anime adaptations, the "Friday Night Lights" and "Heart of Dixie" star tells CBR how he channels his inner fanboy to bring a tortured Cyclops to life in "X-Men."
"The Thing" director Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about helming the Universal Pictures prequel, and his love for the 1982 John Carpenter original.