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On the eve of the release of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan wonders if the snark about the movie is based more on generational differences than the franchise's actual quality.
Fassbender chooses "X-Men?" A clip from "Under the Red Hood". "The Walking Dead" adds another live body. Also, David Slade calls "Shadow" rumors "lies," and more.
The "Red" trailer arrives with guns blazing! "Scott Pilgrim" Michael Cera interviews his director. "Cowboys & Aliens" gets a dose of Cletus Van Damme. Also, "Avengers" for Comic-Con and more.
Another visit to "The Walking Dead" set! "The Avengers" already have Hank and Janet!? "Scott Pilgrim" avatar maker is made of awesome. Also, "Flash Gordon" still in the works and more.
"The Green Hornet" trailer arrives! "Doctor Strange" finds a pair of writers! "Conan" ready for his close-up. Also, a "Scott Pilgrim" album tracklist , a "First Class" auction and more.
"Conan" writers Thomas Donnelly and Joshua Oppenheimer have been hired to adapt "Doctor Strange" into a feature film. "Strange" could be one of the first films released by Marvel's new parent company, Disney.
Have "The Boys" found a director? Another look at the "Cowboys & Aliens" shoot. "Green Lantern" poster image in doubt. Also, Marvel may be looking to make short films and more.
It used to be that Disneyworld/land stood alone, but with the opening of a new theme park devoted entirely to Harry Potter, SPINOFF wonders what other book or television universe deserves a theme park of their own?
Aaron Schoenke’s Batman fan film "City of Scars," which was shot over 21 days with a budget of just $27,000, has debuted and SPINOFF ONLINE has the video for ya.
It seems Hollywood has finally realized that there's only so many old toys, cartoons and comics worth making into movies, and is looking to start churning out original material, but is anyone really ready for that?
Marvel Studios has announced that the "Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther?" animated series will debut simultaneously on iTunes, Xbox LIVE, Playstation Network and Microsoft Zune on Wednesday, June 23.
AMC's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" has added a number of new actors to the show's roster, and possibly some new characters as well. SPINOFF ONLINE has the details.
While "Jonah Hex" contains some genuinely great performances, the movie ultimately suffers from unnecessary CGI and fantastical elements, spiralling into a standard summer actioner conclusion.
Magneto and Beast report for "First Class"! "Jonah Hex" in reviews as gnarled as his face. A new "Scott Pilgrim" trailer burst onto the scene. Also, "Fables" rumored for film and more.
Actor Michael Fassbender is in early negotiations to play Magneto in "X-Men: First class." The actor is no stranger to comic adaptations having appeared in "Jonah Hex" and "300." Shooting begins in August.
Veteran comic book and television scribe Paul Cornell spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his new BBC pilot entitled "Pulse," a live-action horror show that takes place in a British teaching hospital.
Megan Fox discusses pleasing the fans of "Jonah Hex." Is the "Spider-Man" musical back on track? Edgar Wright discusses "Scott Pilgrim" creator. Also, "Priest" slides back again and more.
"Jonah Hex" stars Josh Brolin and Megan Fox, along with director Jimmy Hayward and producer Andrew Lazar, spoke about adapting the character to the big screen, adding supernatural elements and pleasing the fans.
Marvel has reportedly granted a fifth rights extension to the producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," the much-delayed Broadway musical which is currently planning for a Winter 2010 opening. ROBOT 6 has details.
Martin Campbell and Geoff Johns discuss "Green Lantern". "Ghost Rider" might take some "Crank"! "Walking Dead" photos stagger onto the Internet. Also, "Blue Beetle" shots and more.
Several behind-the-scenes photos from the set of "The Walking Dead," AMC’s highly anticipated adaptation of the Robert Kirkman comic series, have hit the internet courtesy of an intrepid fan. SPINOFF has the details.
DCE CCO Geoff Johns unveils the buzzed about images of Jaime Reyes transforming into a superhero, plus reveals more news from DC including the story behind the new Aqualad. UPDATED with more photos.
The main character of "The Walking Dead" suits up for his years long battle with zombies as the first production photo of actor Andrew Lincoln is released online along with more "Walking Dead" news.
Ryan Carnes, the titular star of SyFy's upcoming "The Phantom" miniseries, spoke about taking on the title role, researching the character and the unique aspects he brings to the Phantom's seventy-plus year history.
Robert Rodriguez pals up with "Deadpool"? "Hex" comic writers visit the set of the film. Megan Fox says "Fathom" will happen with or without her. Also, "First Class" casting rumors and more.
Could Aaron Johnson kick an obvious pun as "Spider-Man?" Will Geoff Johns unveil "Blue Beetle" in San Diego? Did the "Men in Black" make a teaser disappear? Also, a glimpse of Sif and more.
Writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with us about the time they spent on the set of the big budget Hex movie, Josh Brolin's performance and what the movie means to the future success of the DC Comics series.
In a spattering of new posters, fans of Bryan Lee O'Malley's acclaimed graphic novel series can get their first full glimpse at the film versions of the League of Evil Exes from "Scot Pilgrim Vs. The World."
Video from the set of "Thor" unleashed! A bevy of "Jonah Hex" photos! The seven evil exes in poster form! Also, "Batman 3" to shoot next march, "The Walking Dead" in a photo and more.
Michael Bay has revealed that in addition to "Transformers 3" being the finale of his trilogy, the ever-poplar Decepticon, Shockwave, will be making an appearance in the upcoming movie. SPINOFF has the details.
Entertainment Tonight debuts its first look at the set and action of Marvel Studios' upcoming "Thor," including comments from Hemsworth, Branagh andPortman as well as the first look at Anthony Hopkins as Odin. Updated
AMC reveals the first production photo from the Robert Kirkman comic adaptation and takes viewers behind the scenes for zombie school as Frank Darabont's October TV series heats up its production schedule.
CBR presents a gallery of posters, screenshots and behind the scenes photos from"Jonah Hex," the Warner Bros. motion picture featuring the popular DC Comics anti-hero as portrayed by Josh Brolin. The movie opens June 18.
Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt riddle the Batman? Will Ka-Zar stomp through the Savage Land? Shall a "Green Hornet" trailer arrive next week? Also, a "Green Lantern 2" treatment and more.
Writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim have been hired to write a treatment for a "Green Lantern" sequel while production continues on the first film. They will also pen a new treatment for "The Flash."
The Frank Darabont-directed adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie comic epic will air across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and more after its initial North American run on AMC.
Rumors are swirling that Harrison Ford will team with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg for a fifth big-screen installment of the popular "Indiana Jones" franchise, taking on the Bermuda Triangle. SPINOFF has details.
Rosamund Pike a "First Class" White Queen? "Green Lantern" invades the Licensing Expo. "Scott Pilgrim" and his second TV spot. Also, a new Mary Jane for "Spider-Man" musical and more.
Spinoff Online's Jeffrey Renaud talks with Starz Senior VP of Programming Stephan Shelanski about the return of the BBC's "Torchwood" and what fans can expect from the latest series.
Stanley Tucci signs onto "Captain America." Our first glimpse of "Green Lantern's" ring? Is Michael Fassbender the bad boy of "First Class?" Also, "Batman Year One" animated and more.