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“Iron Man 3” director Shane Black answered fan questions at Long Beach Comic Con about the upcoming film and his career in Hollywood. We have an in-depth report with new revelations about the film.
SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan reminisces about some television shows that make life better no matter what, and wants to know which shows do the same for you.
News that Arnold Schwarzenegger will follow The Expendables 2 with another action role raises an obvious question: When does someone get too old to be an action-movie star?
Announced at the New York Comic Con, Robot Chicken is working with DC COO Geoff Johns on an all-DC Comics episode of the popular show. Check out a (NSFW) preview featuring Green Lantern and Sinestro.
In "Gattaca" director Andrew Niccol's new sci-fi thriller "In Time," Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried race against the clock through a futuristic America littered with clunky metaphors and exhausted tropes.
Wielding its charming hero's wit like a blade, "Puss in Boots" sets out in a welcome direction, giving the feline a proper (and highly entertaining) origin with a stellar supporting cast.
"The Dark Knight Rises" in New Jersey! "Iron Man 3" jets to North Carolina! Mark Millar to produce "American Jesus" in Scotland! Also, "Ghost Rider 2" directors on their vision of "Blackout" and more.
"Puss in Boots" director Chris Miller speaks exclusively with Spinoff Online about making the jump from "Shrek," working in 3D, and why the feisty feline almost never wears a cape.
CBR TV spoke with "Once Upon A Time" co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis about the ABC drama's "Fables" similarities, the current resurgence of fairy tales in Hollywood and more.
Will anyone "kneel before Zod" in "Man of Steel?" Will "The Incredibles 2" ever happen? Will Joss Whedon give "The Avengers" worthy adversaries? Also, "G.I. Joe 2" update from The Rock and more.
New shirtless "Man of Steel" photos appear online! "Ghost Rider 2" directors talk flaming vehicles and fire-urine! "Red 2" gets a release date! Also, "Dark Knight Rises" avoids The 99% and more.
Ed Brubaker will adapt "Coward," the first arc of his and Sean Phillips' acclaimed crime series "Criminal," with "30 Days of Night" helmer David Slade attached to direct.
"Robot Chicken" co-creator Matthew Senreich spoke at NYCC about what it's like to work with Seth Green, which sketches got them in trouble and how he'd like the hit series to end.
Just two episodes into its second season, AMC has announced a third for the hit zombie drama "The Walking Dead," based on Robert Kirkman's Image Comics title.
Frank Miller offers "Sin City 2" story details! "Dark Knight Rises" prologue on select IMAX screens! "The Avengers" have a classic Marvel Team-Up! Also, Ryan Reynolds on 'R.I.P.D." set and more.
SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan watched - and enjoyed - the first episode of "Once Upon A Time" and has some thoughts on why it may be the first piece of post-"Lost" genre drama on mainstream television.
Shot in black and white over 12 days, Joss Whedon’s adaptation of "Much Ado About Nothing" stars such familiar players as Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Clark Gregg, Nathan Fillion, Sean Maher and Fran Kranz.
The cast and crew of "The Heart, She Holler," including Patton Oswalt and Kristen Schaal, discuss the upcoming Adult Swim miniseries described as "'Falcon Crest' with rickets."
In "Bloodletting," this week’s episode of "The Walking Dead," Rick arrives with a wounded Carl at Hershel’s farm, the interminable search for Sophia continues, and Daryl gets zen on everyone.
Rhys Ifans reveals the Lizard's voice? Gary Oldman and Helena Bonham-Carter offered roles in American "Akira?" Mark Millar's "War Heroes" optioned for film! Also, "Sin City 2" update and more.
Is "Star Trek" too old-fashioned for today's audiences? SPINOFF looks at the evidence and tries to make the call.
The movie's a hit, the fanbase is there and Seth MacFarlane wants to make one, so SPINOFF is wondering where the new "Star Trek" TV show is, already.
At NYCC, Bruce Timm discussed about returning to television with "Green Lantern: The Animated Series," what it adapts from the popular DC Comics title and the inevitable arrival of the GL Corps.
"Attack the Block" writer/director Joe Cornish and stars John Boyega and Luke Treadaway entertained an enthusiastic New York Comic Con crowd, teasing the release of the cult-hit movie on Blu-ray and DVD.
Tom Hiddleston on "Thor 2" director! Mark Millar's "Secret Service" already set to become a feature film! High quality "Ghost Rider 2" clip appears online. Also, the ambition of "Gigantor" and more.
Comedian Patton Oswalt spoke with CBR TV at New York Comic Con about the controversy over his DC Comics boycott and his new miniseries on Adult Swim, "The Heart, She Holler."
Fox has bought an adaptation of The Punisher that recasts Marvel's antihero as a New York City police detective who moonlights as a vigilante, seeking justice for those the courts have failed.
Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden & Chandler Riggs answer some of CBR TV's most offbeat zombie apocalypse questions before Bernthal leads our crew in a rousing rendition of a classic '80s sit-com theme song.
"Person of Interest" co-creator Jonathan Nolan and star and "Lost" alum Michael Emerson spoke with the press about the new CBS thriller at New York Comic Con.
Garrett Hedlund to scream "Tetsuo!" as "Akira" gets the green light? "Dark Knight Rises" prologue attached to latest "Mission: Impossible?" Also, the trailer for "Chronicle" online and more.
Kevin Conroy, Andrea Romano and Bruce Timm offer insight into their ongoing relationship with Batman as they reunite to bring "Justice League: Doom" to the screen.
Emmy Award-winning star of "Breaking Bad" Bryan Cranston told CBR how taking on the role of Jim Gordon in Warner Animation's "Batman: Year One" rewired his thinking on comics and animation.
Jeph Loeb had a few surprises up his sleeve Saturday including Luke Cage and Ms. Marvel on TV, Cloak and Dagger in New Orleans on ABC Family and a cameo by "The Avengers" star Clark Gregg.
David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf discuss their NBC drama "Grimm," a new series debuting in late-October which blends familiar, and less familiar, fairy tales with a police procedural.
With the release this week of "Batman: Arkham City," Mark Hamill says goodbye to The Joker, a roll he's voiced - in animated TV series and movies, in video games, even for a roller-coaster - since 1992.
Co-Executive Producer Greg Nicotero and new "Walking Dead" cast member Lauren Cohan spoke with CBR TV about Cohan's character, Maggie, the second season shift to Hershel's farm and more.
"Dark Knight Rises" at Occupy Wall Street? New "Ghost Rider 2" footage surfaces online! "In The Dust" to be a feature film! Also, Clark Gregg on Agent Coulson's place in "The Avengers" and more.
Mark Ruffalo talks "Avengers" group dynamics. New "Tintin" trailer offers more explosive goodness! Chloe Moretz says "something" might happen with "Kick-Ass 2" soon. Also, "Marvel Phase 2" info and more.
The second-season premiere of "The Walking Dead" attracted 7.3 million viewers in its first airing, a 38-percent increase from its series debut. It also set a cable record for viewers in the adults 18-49 demo.
Gale Anne Hurd and Steven Yeun discuss how the success of the AMC series has affected their lives and what the new season holds for "The Walking Dead."