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Video mashup puts James Spader's "Office" voice into his "Age of Ultron" body and achieves ultimate condescension.
James Spader's NBC drama makes the leap from TV to comics this July, and Titan has released an early look at the new series' first issue.
"Avengers'" Vision tells CBR how transitioning from disembodied computer voice to android hero added a few extra rigors to his Marvel work.
"The Blacklist" is the latest television series to make the leap to comic books, with a new series from Titan starting this summer.
It's a battle of words and fists as the Avengers confront Ultron, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch in a 90-second sequence from the Marvel Studios film.
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver appear to choose their alliance in an "Age of Ultron" teaser filled with new footage.
James Spader's robotic villain looms over the incoming sequel to Marvel Studios' mega team blockbuster.
A dub of the latest "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer that replaces James Spader's voice with a child's doesn't make the film’s homicidal robot any less creepy.
Tony Stark's sinister creation unveils his vision for the world and humanity in a new trailer for the "Avengers" sequel.
Marvel Studios released the highly anticipated trailer following a "Hydra" leak; "Conjuring" director James Wan might be attached to a DC Comics film and more.
James Spader and the producers of the hit NBC crime drama reflected on the successful first season and hinted at what's to come.
New unofficial photos from the shoot of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" may have given fans their first unofficial look at the film's major antagonist.
Ahead of tonight's midseason premiere, "The Blacklist" producers Jon Bokenkamp & John Eisendrath talk with SPINOFF about the secrets of the thriller's success.
With NBC's "The Blacklist" already renewed for a second season, SPINOFF ONLINE talks to show producers Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath.
James Spader will use "his face and body to create a whole performance" in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," says Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige.
Marvel has announced that James Spader has been cast in Joss Whedon's "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" as the film's antagonist, the villainous robot, Ultron.
Star James Spader and the cast and creators of NBC's "The Blacklist" asked "Who is Red Reddington?" but refused to answer the question during the pilot screening at Comic-Con International.