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Eisner Award winner Joe Hill spoke with CBR TV about "Locke & Key," the Comic-Con screening of the pilot episode, the possibility of the show being picked up by a network other than Fox and much more.
Star Stephen Lang and the crew of Fox’s upcoming sci-fi adventure "Terra Novsa" discuss bringing to life one of the ambitious television shows ever and why it might end up more like a budget car than a Ferrari.
"Locke & Key" writer Joe Hill, artist Gabriel Rodriguez, director Mark Romanek and others gather to discuss the doomed Fox pilot based on the Eisner Award-winning comic series.
Jonah Hill and the cast and crew of "Allen Gregory" screened the pilot episode of Fox’s new animated sitcom, introducing the audience at Comic-Con International to “the world’s most pretentious 7-year-old.”
Today at Comic-Con International, Hugh Jackman confirmed that "The Wolverine" will pit Logan against the katana-wielding mutant Silver Samurai. SPINOFF has details.
CBR News speaks with Gearbox Software's Brian Cozzens about the upcoming video game from Sega based on the Fox film franchise.
After a three-month search, Fox has reportedly settled on "3:10 to Yuma" director James Mangold to replace Darren Aronofsky on "The Wolverine." SPINOFF has details.
The stars of Fox's "Terra Nova," Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang discuss the new dino-centric series, the challenges of filming in Australia, its overall concept and appeal, Lang's contractual "welcome speeches" and more!
In an exclusive interview, "X-Men: First Class" director Matthew Vaughn discusses his "James Bond meets X-Men" take on the franchise, his plans for a potential sequel and more.
Fox has released another sneak peek of the Matthew Vaughn-directed "X-Men: First Class" that reveals new footage, including glimpses Darwin, Angel and Emma Frost in action. SPINOFF has a look at the spot.
Twentieth Century Fox has released an avalanche of photos -- among them, a few potential spoilers -- from "X-Men: First Class," director Matthew Vaughn's franchise prequel. SPINOFF has details.
Amid a flurry of pickups and cancellations, Fox announced it has canceled "Human Target" after two seasons. The network also revealed it won't pick up the "Locke & Key" pilot. SPINOFF has details.
CBR TV goes behind the scenes with the cast of Fox's "Breaking In" on the set of this week's episode as the Contra Security team protects the sole copy of "Goonies 2" from rabid fans at a meticulously created Comic Con.
The latest trailer for Matthew Vaughn's reinvention of the "X-Men" film franchise focuses on the early alliance of Professor X and Magneto as well as hinting at the relationship between Mystique and Beast.
The latest international trailer for "X-Men: First Class" sneaks in a glimpse of Kevin Bacon’s ascot-wearing supervillain using his mutant power. SPINOFF has the latest look at the Matthew Vaughn-directed film.
"Breaking In" co-creators Adam Goldberg and Doug Robinson stop by CBR TV to discuss the rise of geek culture and the themes explored in the new series, from "21 Jump Street" to Comic-Con and beyond.
"Breaking In" stars Odette Annable and Bret Harrison discuss recreating the Comic Con atmosphere for the new Fox series, the cast discovering their chemistry early on in the show's production and more.
The stars of Fox Television's "Human Target" spoke with the press during WonderCon, discussing the impact of the show on their lives and what's to come in the possible third season.
Visual effects artist Tim Miller, who worked on "X-Men," "X2" and "Daredevil," will make his directorial debut on "Deadpool," which is expected to star Ryan Reynolds. SPINOFF has details.
Stars Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang, showrunner Brannon Braga and director Alex Graves spoke at WonderCon about the human drama at the core of Fox's upcoming sci-fi series "Terra Nova."
During last weekend's WonderCon panel, the stars of "Human Target" discussed Janet Montgomery's oiled-up scenes, Guerrero's kryptonite and how fans can help encourage Fox to renew the series for a third season.
Christian Slater and Alphonso McAuley stopped by CBR TV’s Tiki Room to debate the value of SkyMall, describe their first comic convention impressions and promote their new show “Breaking In,” which debuts tonight on Fox.
“Breaking In” star Christian Slater spoke with CBR’s Jonah Weiland on the set of the new Fox sitcom, discussing the show, Slater’s character and real life nerdiness and more. The series debuts Wednesday, April 6.
The veteran film and television actor discusses his return to the small screen this week in the half-hour workplace comedy "Breaking In," which premieres Wednesday on Fox.
CBR has learned exclusively that Titan Comics has acquired the rights to publish a "Family Guy" comic series in the U.S., with the first issue slated to hit newsstands and comic book stores in July.
Producer Lauren Shuler Donner assures fans Ryan Reynolds' take on Wade Wilson in the long-gestating "Deadpool" will bear more resemblance to his comics counterpart than the "X-Men Origins" version.
Last week's unexpected departure of director Darren Aronofsky from Fox's "The Wolverine" left fans with a number of questions regarding the future of the film. SPINOFF sorts through what we do -- and don't -- know.
SPINOFF has two new posters from Fox's upcoming "X-Men: First Class," once again featuring James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender in their roles of Professor X and Magneto, respectively.
Co-stars John Noble and Jasika Nicole did their best to straighten out a universe or two for fans of the Fox sci-fi drama during the "Fringe" panel at Emerald City Comicon. SPINOFF has the full report.
Showrunners Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman brush off lingering concerns about moving "Fringe" to Fridays, promising great things to come and a new chapter starting at the end of Season three. SPINOFF has the details.
Nick Stahl has signed on to play Duncan in "Locke & Key," the upcoming Fox drama now targeted for the network’s fall lineup and based on the acclaimed horror comic by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez. SPINOFF has details.
Olivia attempts to return to her home universe with help from an old friend, but her journey home is complicated by the arrival of a serial kidnapper with deep ties to Colonel Broyles. SPINOFF has the full recap.
"Human Target" star Mark Valley spoke with CBR News about his work on the show's second season, what it's like working with new co-stars Indira Varma and Janet Montgomery, and much more.
The second season premiere of "Human Target," titled "Ilsa Pucci," is strengthened by the performances of Jackie Earle Haley and the rest of the cast, but could have benefited from a more relaxed pace.
"Watchmen" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" actor Jackie Earle Haley spoke with CBR about playing the enigmatic Guerrero on "Human Target" and the evolution of the show's cast in its second season.
Veteran actor Chi McBride spoke with CBR News to discuss the show's second season, the developments in store for his character Winston and why TV shows should focus on character over mythology.
British actress Janet Montgomery spoke with CBR News on the Vancouver set of "Human Target" about joining the show for its second season as Ames, a master thief who comes to work for Christopher Chance.
Director Darren Aronofsky has confirmed that his Wolverine movie won’t bear an unwieldy title. Instead, it will be simply called "The Wolverine" and will not be a conventional sequel. SPINOFF has details.
SPINOFF visited the set of "Fringe" in Vancouver last August to film a scene as a Massive Dynamic employee. The result? Makeovers, heartbreak and joy. Read on for Josh Wigler's full report of the extra experience!
Brian K. Vaughan returns to TV as his hour-long sci-fi drama "Smokers" has been picked up for development for Fox by Sam Raimi's Stars Road Entertainment production company. SPINOFF has details.