Universal Options "The Wicked + The Divine" for TV Adaptation
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The young star reveals what she was afraid of while shooting the seismic disaster film, and how she could only see The Rock as her big screen daddy.
The actress speaks with SPINOFF about experiencing one of the scariest moments of her life in pursuit of a good stunt shot.
The young stars talk with SPINOFF about their new mashup of spy thriller and teen comedy, their excitement for "X-Men: Apocalypse" and singing.
The filmmaker explains to SPINOFF that grounding the disaster movie in emotion was as important as creating the eye-popping visual effects.
The action hero reveals how the film's team rallied to raise the bar while making a modern disaster epic.
The cast and crew from the film inspired by the venerable Disneyland attractions reveal its roots in the real-world positivity Walt Disney himself believed in.
The "Lost" veteran chats with SPINOFF about using a familiar title -- the Disneyland attraction -- as a springboard to explore entirely new ground.
The voice of Orgrim Doomhammer says the movie "will more than satisfy" its gamer-based audience.
Hailee Steinfeld talks about adding her musical chops to the mix, while Brittany Snow keeps the faith as the Bellas' heart and soul.
Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult and the other stars discuss the physical challenges of making the sequel, and the remarkable final product.
The Australian actress and breakout star of the first "Pitch Perfect" film discusses going for broke -- and big laughs -- in the song-filled sequel.
The second generation actress tells SPINOFF she wasn't afraid -- most of the time -- to pull her weight in the sequel's stunning action sequences.
While not repeating himself, the originator of the "Mad Max" franchise tells SPINOFF about pushing the film's style into fresh yet fitting territory.
Cavanagh shares the secret of how he built the Reverse-Flash's true nature with CBR, and why every actor should experience a comic book role.
Although he's feeling pragmatic about the end of the beloved TV show, the actor reveals he's always been pulling for his often unlikeable ad exec.
With his character's lycanthropic nature revealed, the actor looks forward to exposing more of the dark secrets behind the show's Wild West sharpshooter.
After making a major impact in his one-episode appearance, the veteran actor tells CBR he's ready to explore Matt Murdock's mentor in Season Two.
The stars of the darkly comedic film recall their early roles, high school reunions, and that time they appeared together on "Touched By An Angel."
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" veteran Robert B. Weide spoke with SPINOFF about his British dramedy coming to the U.S. and a more bittersweet sensibility.
Need an excuse to see Marvel's "Avengers" sequel again? Bet you didn't spy all of the super-sly references embedded throughout the film.