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“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” star Brian Austin Green discusses with CBR News the show's “game-changing” season finale, his hopes for a third season, and what it’s like to be told that you’re going to die.
“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” star Brian Austin Green talks about his desire to play Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern movie and his role as producer on the big screen adaptation of “Fathom,” starring Megan Fox.
The two Terminators of FOX's "Sarah Connor Chronicles." Summer Glau & Shirley Manson talk to CBR about their characters, the future of the series and what surprises fans can expect from the season finale.
The writer and executive producer of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" talks to CBR about the season finale, the feature film franchise, and the chances of the show's return for a third season.
CBR traveled to Durango, Mexico last year to visit the set of the live-action adaptation of Akira Toriyama's "Dragonball" manga/anime series, “Dragonball Evolution,” and spoke with cast & crew about the film.
The “Phantom of the Opera” star talks to CBR News about her new role as a kick-ass action heroine in “Dragonball Evolution,” the live-action film based on Akira Toriyama's popular manga and anime series.
The “Buffy” and “Smallville” actor talks to CBR News about his new role as the villain Piccolo in "Dragonball Evolution," a live-action adaptation of the classic "Dragonball" manga and anime series.
International superstar Chow Yun-Fat talks to CBR News about his new film “Dragonball Evolution” and the challenges in bringing the popular manga and anime series to the big screen.
Writer/Director Ray Griggs talks to CBR News about his new genre comedy, “Super Capers,” his impressive cast, and what it was like to work with his childhood hero, Adam West.
"Death Proof" actress/stuntwoman Zoë Bell talks to CBR News about her role as an assassin with amnesia in the new film, “Angel of Death,” written by Ed Brubaker and now playing on Sony Crackle.com.
Superstar comic book writer Ed Brubaker talks to CBR about his new film, “Angel of Death” currently playing on Crackle.com, and gives fans a preview of some of his upcoming comic book work.
CBR News presents a second interview with Rorschach and The Comedian, actors Jackie Earle Haley and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who go into more detail about bringing their iconic anti-heroes to life in "Watchmen."
The Academy Award-nominated star of “Sideways,” Virginia Madsen talks about her role as Wonder Woman’s Mother, Queen Hippolyta, in the new animated film, "Wonder Woman," on sale now on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Director Zack Snyder and legendary artist/"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons discuss the highly anticipated film adaptation of the classic, award winning graphic novel before it’s released in theaters this Friday.
Reginald Hudlin, Denys Cowan and Axel Alonso met with fans in San Francisco to talk about BET’s new animated series based on Marvel’s classic King of Wakanda and tease fans about the identity of the new female Black Panther.
Animation producer and comics writer Craig Kyle talks in-depth about Marvel's direct-to-DVD animated double-feature, “Hulk Vs.,” as well as the process of writing superheroes for grown-ups, the future of Marvel Animation and much more.
Producer James Tucker discusses with CBR the first appearance of Ted Kord in DC Animation on this week's episode of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.” entitled “Fall of the Blue Beetle."
Legendary actor George Takei delves into undiscovered country with his appearance on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and talks to CBR the new “Star Trek,” “Heroes” and the late Ricardo Montalban.
“The Office” stars Ed Helms and Angela Kinsey talk to CBR News about their hit sitcom, its behind-the-scenes hilarity, diverse fanbase, and of course their characters' awkward on-screen romance.
The creator of the popular comic strip, “Maakies,” Tony Millionaire discusses his new animated series on Adult Swim, “The Drinky Crow Show,” and the process of adapting his illustrated work for TV.