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Johnny Depp stars in Wally Pfister’s directorial debut, an A.I. thriller that lacks the necessary spark of humanity.
"Small Time" star Christopher Meloni discusses his on screen chemistry with co-star Dean Norris, and learning the tricks of the used car salesman trade.
For the home-video release of "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones," the franchise's creator spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about its past and future.
The director of "Stripes" and "Ghostbusters" explains to SPINOFF what drew him to his latest project, and how current comedies stand up to those from his heyday.
Director Jonathan Glazer spoke with SPINOFF about the aesthetics of the alien-invasion film, and convincing star Scarlett Johansson to shed her clothes on camera.
"Da Vinci's Demons" star Laura Haddock discusses the challenge and depth of playing Lucrezia Donati, lover of both Leonardo Da Vinci & Lorenzo Di Medici.
Donald Goldstein, Tom Root & Zeb Wells discuss finding the funny side of evil in "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains In Paradise."
"Robot Chicken" creators Seth Green & Matthew Senreich joined DC CCO Geoff Johns to discuss the satirical show's latest DC Comics send-up.
Laura Haddock talks with SPINOFF about how she got a better understanding of her characters, and what viewers can expect as Season 2 unfolds.
Director Ivan Reitman explains to SPINOFF what his take was on the long-planned "Ghostbusters 3," and elaborates on his reasons for dropping out of the film.
Iko Uwais spoke with SPINOFF about the challenges of orchestrating the muddy riot scene, and the importance of knowing how to fall.
Director Garth Evans speaks with SPINOFF ONLINE about, his action philosophy, his cinematic influences and building better set pieces.
Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, director David Ayer's incompetent thriller suffers from poor writing and a lack of momentum.
With his sequel to "The Raid: Redemption," director Gareth Evans crafts an film that's bound to change the conventions of the genre.
Starring Russell Crowe, director Darren Aronofksy's visually compelling take on the Biblical story of Noah drifts frequently into silliness.
With "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Marvel Studios has released a sequel that's "not just right, it's great." (Mild spoilers in review.)
Neil Burger talks with SPINOFF about bringing Veronica Roth's "Divergent" to the screen, and drawing lessons from other young-adult adaptations.
With Starz's historical fantasy back for a second season, star Tom Riley speaks with SPINOFF about reinventing history and paying a visit to the Incan Empire.
Oscar winner Bret McKenzie chats with SPINOFF about the challenge of writing a "bad" musical number and finding his voice amid different musical styles.
"Da Vinci's Demons" creator David S. Goyer talks with SPINOFF about what viewers have to look forward to in Season 2 and beyond.