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"My name is Max," Tom Hardy says in the first look at George Miller’s film. "My world is fire and blood."
The Marvel mastermind reveals the casting decision behind the "Guardians of the Galaxy" supervillain.
Dropping the clue “Just say the word,” actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seems to suggest the search for his DC Comics superhero role is finally over.
Actress Kether Donohue discusses her new FX comedy series "You're the Worst," a sexually charged exploration of why relationships are "the Worst."
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on "Arrow" and "The Flash," Geoff Johns says not to expect cameos by Batman & Superman.
With "Edge of Tomorrow" carrying the torch lit by "Groundhog Day," SPINOFF looks at films and TV shows where characters keep repeating their actions.
The Human Torch actor says the franchise reboot features "a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with.”
Joss Whedon & Robert Downey Jr. discuss Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and The Vision in Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Director Bobs Gannaway and producer Ferrell Barron talk with SPINOFF about expanding the "Cars" and "Planes" universe with the Disney animated sequel.
"The Purge" is to "The Purge: Anarchy" as "Alien" is to "Aliens" -- an expansion of the universe, an escalation in action.
"Agents of SHIELD" showrunner Jed Whedon teases what to expect from Coulson and his team when the series returns this fall.
Purported end credits for "GotG include several cameos and the suggestion of an appearance by an unexpected Marvel character. Warning: SPOILERS!
The director of the documentary talks with SPINOFF about what he discovered about brony culture and the nature of fandom.
As FXX's hallucinogenic man-and-dog comedy winds down its fourth and final season, Elijah Wood discusses the potential answers of the finale.
First-time feature director Jorge R. Gutierrez and producer Guillermo del Toro unveil colorful footage for Fox's bright new animated film "Book of Life."
Producer Greg Berlanti says Oliver Queen's feelings for Felicity Smoak will be "an active part of the season this year" in the CW's "Arrow."
The in-demand actor discusses his "Star Trek" future and his hesitation about revisiting "Heroes" while previewing his documentary series "The Chair."
Kate Mara explains she didn’t read any "Fantastic Four" comics because director Josh Trank told her the movie isn’t based on an existing story.
Former "Heroes" stars Zachary Quinto and Ali Larter don’t expect to reprise their former "Heroes" roles for NBC's "Heroes Reborn" in 2015.
David Bradley, the actor "Game of Thrones" fans loves to hate, explains Guillermo del Toro was all he needed to sign on and being one of the good guys.
The "Twilight" veteran discusses her central role in the decidedly different take on the supernatural in FX's new horror thriller, "The Strain."
Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman take center stage in the first official image from the Season 8 premiere.
Director Matt Reeves delivers one of the best sequels in years with a complex, and heartbreaking, tale of war, survival and trust.
The BBC revealed that some previously male characters will be depicted as female in the updated version of "Danger Mouse."
The "Pacific Rim 2" filmmaker teases some of the changes fans can anticipate going into the sequel.
The producers of the original "Robotech" series launch a Kickstarter to raise $500,000 to create a pilot for a new animated series.
"I think you would have to be different having gone through that stuff," Marvel Studios veteran Clark Gregg teases of his character's future.
As "22 Jump Street" nears $200 million at the global box office, SPINOFF looks back at some of the funniest films for the 17-and-up crowd.
Screenwriter Henry Gayden talks with SPINOFF about the sci-fi adventure's most challenging scenes, and which one was Relativity Media's "gift."
The Internet favorite for "Doctor Strange" joins the "Community" studygroup's leader to discuss their roles in director Scott Derrickson's latest horror film.
Strong performances from Eric Bana and Edgar Ramirez, and a terrifying second half make Scott Derrickson's "Deliver Us From Evil" a worthwhile horror film.
Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon and writer/director Ben Falcone discuss the origins of the road-trip comedy, and the humor behind brown paper bags.
Even if he’s not ready to admit that he’s in "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice," Jason Momoa has plenty of thoughts on the superhero genre.
Director Scott Derrickson, star Eric Bana and the movie's real-life inspiration Ralph Sarchie discuss bringing the story of crime and possession to the big screen.
Director David Green's sci-fi adventure is merely a poor imitation of far better films like "E.T." and "The Goonies."
As "Transformers: Age of Extinction" shares new ways to fireball cities and common sense, we look back at Michael Bay's most insane action scenes.
Mark Ruffalo shoots down persistent rumors of "Planet Hulk" film, and leaked "Age of Ultron" spoilers suggest an interesting direction for Bruce Banner.
Yahoo! has ordered 13 episodes of the cult-favorite comedy "Community," which will see the return of creator Dan Harmon and the entire cast.
As Michael Bay's latest "Transformers" film hits box office highs, Spinoff Online analyzes some of the film's lowest points.
Shooting down reports of Cosmo and Nova, the "Guardians of the Galaxy" director explains his thinking behind the Firefly veteran's 'very small cameo.'