Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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"22 Jump Street's" Phil Lord & Chris Miller are finished with the first draft of "The LEGO Movie 2."
"Lego Movie" writer-producers Chris Miller and Phil Lord will work with Fox 21 Television Studios to adapt the "Serial" podcast as a cable series.
Creator and star Will Forte and co-star Kristen Schaal discuss camp-themed pillow talk, plus what to expect from Season Two.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will direct a Star Wars spinoff film focused on a young Han Solo and scheduled for release in 2018.
The first-ever animated "Spider-Man" feature film is on the way in 2018, with "LEGO Movie" vets Phil Lord and Chris Miller on board as producers.
The "LEGO Movie" duo of Phil Lord & Christopher Miller are reportedly working on the "Flash" film, though it's not clear if they'll direct.
At WonderCon, star Will Forte and executive producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller discussed their storytelling approach and looked ahead to a second season.
Lord and Miller may be in the running to helm the live action "Flash" film; James Gunn reveals that Nebula will return and more.
"The LEGO Movie‘s" Chris Miller and Phil Lord explain why they won’t be directing the sequel, but are writing the screenplay.
Sony may want Lord and Miller to helm a Spider-Man comedy; James Gunn denies connection to the "Guardians of the Galaxy" cartoon and more.
"The LEGO Movie" director Chris Miller says the film's Batman spinoff will draw across the entire history of the iconic character.
A "The Greatest American Hero" series executive produced by "The LEGO Movie" directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller is headed to television.
"The LEGO Movie" directors discuss their film with SPINOFF, and how proud they are to be attached to the (false) "Masters of the Universe" movie rumor.
Will Arnett’s Batman introduces the new trailer for "The LEGO Movie," the upcoming 3D-animated adventure from the directors of "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs."
"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.