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The young stars of the film adaptation of Icon's “Kick-Ass,” Chloe Moretz, Clark Duke and Christopher Mintz-Plasse talk to CBR about the film, working with Nicolas Cage, wearing superhero costumes and their love for comic books.
Actor Sam Rockwell talks to CBR about playing Tony Stark’s nemesis Justin Hammer in next summer’s “Iron Man 2,” as well as working with Jon Favreau and the cast, researching his role, and his first day on set with Mickey Rourke.
Director Matthew Vaughn and his co-writer Jane Goldman discuss with CBR News the highly anticipated film adaptation of the “Kick Ass” comic book by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.
The President of Production for Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige talks to CBR News about Marvel’s upcoming projects including films based on Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, and the inevitable Avengers film.
Don Cheadle discusses next summer’s long awaited sequel, “Iron Man 2,” joining the cast, taking on the role of Rhodey/War Machine, acting with Robert Downey, Jr., and how it feels to be playing a costumed superhero.
Scarlett Johansson made her first appearance at Comic-Con to talk about the highly anticipated “Iron Man 2,” her role as the Black Widow, working with Marvel Studios and other Marvel characters that she considered playing.
Byung-hun Lee, who plays the beloved Cobra ninja Storm Shadow in “G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra,” discusses the new film, his character, pleasing the fans and working with Ray Park.
Director John Favreau talks to CBR about "Iron Man 2," the film's new characters, casting Mickey Rourke, a possible “Iron Man 3,” and his involvement with the Avengers film.
The talented actor stopped by CCI last weekend to talk to CBR about next summer’s highly anticipated sequel, “Iron Man 2,” the Black Widow, “The Avengers” and the arc of Tony Stark.
The co-creators of the hit comic “Kick-Ass,” writer Mark Millar and artist John Romita Jr., talk about the upcoming film adaptation of their fan-favorite book starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Matthew Vaughn.
With the remake of “Nightmare On Elm Street” currently in production, CBR spoke with the original Freddy Kruger, esteemed actor Robert Englund, about the new film, as well as his storied career, and life after Freddy.
Legendary horror film actor Robert “Freddy Kruger” Englund talks to CBR about his role as the villainous Vulture on Disney XD’s “The Spectacular Spider-Man.”
The voice-actor who plays everyone’s favorite wall-crawler, Josh Keaton talks to CBR News about the second season of the hit series, “The Spectacular Spider- Man,” which premiered this week on Disney XD.
The Upright Citizen Brigade Theatre presents “This is Your Life: Stan Lee!” a send-up of the life & times of the Marvel Comics mastermind. We spoke with comedian Hal Rudnick about the show and his unique interpretation of "The Man."
Writer Christopher Yost talks to CBR News about his new animated show, “Iron Man: Armored Adventures,” as well as the series villains, its teenage Tony Stark, and his next Marvel series, “Avengers.”
Voice Actress Tara Strong discusses her role as Huntress on the May 8th episode of “Batman: The Brave & The Bold,” her career and her love for the female characters of the DC Universe.
Rapper/actor Common and model/actress Moon Bloodgood talk to CBR News about their new movie, “Terminator Salvation,” their demanding roles, and working with Christian Bale.
Anton Yelchin & Bryce Howard Dallas talk to CBR about the new Terminator film, taking on their iconic roles, and other fan-favorite projects including “Star Trek,” “Spider-Man 4” and possibly “Green Lantern.”
“Terminator Salvation” director McG talks to CBR News about the upcoming summer blockbuster, the importance of Kyle Reese, the return of Sarah Connor and convincing the Govornator to appear in the film.
Animators, celebrities and fans gathered in Burbank to celebrate the unveiling of the new Warner Bros. Animation mural featuring many fan-favorite DC Comics characters, and CBR News was there.