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The actors behind Jim Gordon and Bruce Wayne, the once and future defenders of Gotham City, sound off on the Season 1 finale's big reveals.
Ben McKenzie and David Mazouz discuss Season One with CBR, how Gordon and the future Batman's relationship has grown and how much further it has to go.
Acclaimed screenwriter John Logan continues to mix and match Victorian horror favorites with his own creations to set up Showtime's "human drama."
After growing up on TV, the actress looks back fondly on her "Mad Men" experience and ahead with anticipation for what's next in her career.
"Avengers'" Vision tells CBR how transitioning from disembodied computer voice to android hero added a few extra rigors to his Marvel work.
Ahead of the green goliath's on-screen return, Mark Ruffalo talks with CBR about his fondness for the character and making a solo Hulk movie work.
The all-star cast of the hotly anticipated sequel brings their A-game to the team-up, but even with a few stumbles director Joss Whedon is the MVP.
John Stephens revealed that DC Comics has given the show the creative leeway to bump off characters the audience would never expect could die.
The actor behind the Fox's series fan-favorite villain, Robin Lord Taylor offers hints about the culmination of Oswald Cobblepot's power grab in Gotham City.
After seven seasons playing the often frustrated '60s suburban housewife, the actress admits its been a pleasure speaking on Betty's behalf.
First-time director Alex Garland spoke with SPINOFF about his longtime fascination with A.I. and designing the perfect android with artist Jock.
Appearing at WonderCon, co-creator Graeme Manson teased what to expect from the return of BBC America's acclaimed sci-fi thriller.
After being "protected" from the truth by those closest to her, Patton says we'll see a new side of Iris when Barry Allen's secret is finally revealed.
The man behind Marvel's team-up with Netflix shares insight with CBR News on how the different parts of the Cinematic Universe fit together.
As Ray Palmer road-trips to Central City, Brandon Routh tells CBR the character finds himself energized by the positivity of the Scarlet Speedster and his pals.
Milo Ventimiglia discusses his three-episode visit to Batman's home town as the Ogre -- the show's most charming, cunning and homicidal bad guy to date.
The actor unveils the rocky road ahead for Jim Gordon as "Gotham" prepares to introduce more of Batman's future nemeses.
The radiant redhead from the acclaimed AMC series reflects on Joan Holloway Harris' confident stroll through the '60s.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about his performance in "Ex Machina," and what's in store for him when "The Force Awakens" and "Apocalypse" arrive.
The "True Blood" veteran tells CBR there's more than meets the eye to her character, promising some changes from Page's comic book incarnation.