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Fresh off the billion-plus (and still growing) gross of "Furious 7," James Wan is reportedly in talks to helm Sony's "Robotech" adaptation.
James Wan, the director of recently released smash hit "Furious 7" and "Saw," is reportedly Warner Bros.' top choice to direct "Aquaman."
Lord and Miller may be in the running to helm the live action "Flash" film; James Gunn reveals that Nebula will return and more.
Paul Walkers final film boasts some terrific stunts, but misfires with a frequently frustrating plot that's stuck in neutral.
"The Conjuring" director tells SPINOFF ONLINE about tackling "The Fast and the Furious" franchise and the tragic loss of Paul Walker.
The latest "Furious 7" teaser provides a tantalizing prelude to the April film: nearly three minutes of cars skydiving out of planes.
The latest trailer for "Furious 7" showcases new footage from director James Wan’s action film.
For evidence that Vin Diesel's car jump between skyscrapers may not be the most gloriously ridiculous stunt in "Furious 7" look no further than the new trailer.
Does the "Fast & Furious 7" director’s new deal with New Line Cinema leave room for the DC movie?
Fans will get their first look at "Age of Ultron" during next week's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." episode; Nicholas D'Agosto talks playing Gotham's white knight and more.
"Insidious: Chapter 2" director James Wan spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about connecting the sequel to the successful first film, taking lessons from "The Conjuring" and what scares him in real life.
Director James Wan spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his upcoming horror movie "The Conjuring," the status of "Insidious: Chapter 2" and his "lucky charm" Patrick Wilson.
During their New York Comic Con panel, "The Conjuring" director James Wan and stars Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor discussed their experiences filming the ghost story.
"Saw" director James Wan and Michael Alan Nelson discuss "Malignant Man," a four-issue miniseries debuting today from BOOM! Studios, in which a terminally ill man finds that things can get worse.