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Steven Grant discusses the experience of watching his BOOM! Studios' miniseries "2 Guns" evolve from un-produced screenplay to comic to a Universal Studios film starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
The producers behind "The Bourne Legacy," the latest installment of the franchise, talk about expanding the Bourne universe, the real-world basis for the film and why Jeremy Renner was the right actor for the role.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" is coming to Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando as part of its annual Halloween Horror Nights experience, making it the first ever TV series to do so.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Universal Pictures teased its film slate all the way into summer 2013, with previews of "Snow White and the Huntsman," "The Bourne Legacy," "R.I.P.D." and much more.
Universal Studios President Ron Meyer calls "Cowboys & Aliens" “mediocre” and "The Wolfman" one of “the shittiest movies we put out,” but offered kind words for "Scott Pilgrim."
Despite frightening creature effects and an enjoyable performance by star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Universal's prequel to "The Thing" falls well short of John Carpenter's horror classic.
"The Thing" director Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about helming the Universal Pictures prequel, and his love for the 1982 John Carpenter original.
Harrison Ford spoke with CBR News about his role in "Cowboys & Aliens," leaving the leading man role to another and working with director Jon Favreau to craft Woodrow Dolarhyde.
Actress Olivia Wilde discusses her role in the upcoming "Cowboys & Aliens," how an unsuccessful film got her the part and her hopes for more strong female leading roles in film.
Star Daniel Craig spoke with CBR News about his love of westerns, his first time on horseback and the opportunity to fall back on a childlike sense of imagination while making the film.
Director Jon Favreau spoke with CBR News about the choices involved in making the sci-fi/western mash-up, casting the leads and the screen legend of Harrison Ford.
"The Fighter" director David O. Russell is in negotiations to rewrite and direct an adaptation of the BOOM! Studios comic by Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco with Vince Vaughn in the lead.
Composed of equal parts romance, fighting and comedy, "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" is possibly the purest form of director Edgar Wright's vision, a giddy celebration of comics, girls, video games and movies.
Stars Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman spoke with CBR about their characters' secrets, director Edgar Wright's abilities with actors, pre-Comic-Con jitters and the pain of being slow readers.
"Scott Pilgrim" director Edgar Wright talked with CBR News about the emotional maturity of the main character, the Comic-Con response to the film, DVD extras, and 'Star Wars' prequels.
Actors Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin and Aubrey Plaza spoke with CBR about observing Scott Pilgrim's world, stealing comic books and working with Michael Cera.
Mary Elizabeth and Ellen Wong of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," spoke with CBR News about their characters, filming the final fight scenes, reading book six and the Comic-Con reaction to the film.
Evil Ex #1 and #3, Satya Bhabha and Brandon Routh, discuss their "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" characters' hidden humanity, working with director Edgar Wright, movie nights in Toronto and Routh's blonde wig.
Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley and screenwriter Michael Bacall spoke with CBR News about taking "Scott Pilgrim" from the page to screen, director Edgar Wright's gift for casting, and the screening of the film at CCI.
Cast members were on hand at CCI to discuss "Paul," Simon Pegg and Nick Frost 's new movie that takes the comedic duo on a journey from Comic-Con International to Area 51 and beyond.
"Despicable Me" producer Chris Meledandri spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about Illumination's first feature film's origins and development, the involvement of Steve Carell in the formation of the main character and more.
The newest poster for Universal Studios' "Scott Pilgrim" Vs. The World" has been released, featuring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers surrounded by shots of her evil exes.