The talent behind Fox's new animated comedy, including Hank Azaria, Alex Borstein and Judah Friedlander, discuss tackling "serious issues with cartoons."
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While "The Peanuts Movie" remains true to Charles M. Schulz's creations, Charlie Brown's drawn-out quest to impress the Little Red-Haired Girl is pretty boring.
Longtime collaborators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer discuss the upcoming sixth season of "The Venture Bros.," and how they'd approach a "Doctor Strange" movie.
Co-stars Lyndie Greenwood, Zach Appelman and Nikki Reed joined Executive Producer Raven Metzner for a look at what lies ahead for the Fox series.
The "Game of Thrones" veteran talks with SPINOFF about teaming with Vin Diesel, her memento from HBO's hit fantasy, and growing up in a castle.
This is not the "Jem" fans may expect, but it's a a female-fronted adventure that doesn't shy away from being girly and earnest.
Series creator Chris Carter and co-star Mitch Pileggi discuss the upcoming six-episode revival, changing technology and conspiracies, and the possibility of even more "X-Files."
Director Breck Eisner's "The Last Witch Hunter" is Vin Diesel's dream project, and it shows in every frame of the fantasy adventure.
Breckin Meyer remains surprised DC allows the show to get away with so many jokes, while the series' producer and director share details on a never-to-air Joker skit.
With the first episode of its limited revival, "The X-Files" delivers plenty for longtime fans and newcomers alike as the search for the truth begins anew.
Guillermo del Toro's tale of Gothic horror is original and daring, with pitch-perfect performances by stars Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddleston and Jessica Chastain.
Ahead of the return of "Star Wars Rebels," executive producer Dave Filoni and stars Ashley Eckstein, Taylor Gray and Ashley Eckstein discussed what fans can expect.
The truth is out there! And we're bringing it to you live from New York Comic Con.
Hugh Jackman's over-the-top performance may be the only saving grace of this origin story stuffed full of clowns, mermaids and flying pirate ships, but no real emotion.
The "Walking Dead" veteran talks with SPINOFF about his role in "Sicario," avoids spilling any details about his portrayal of The Punisher, and confirms sometimes you can believe what you read online.
The supernatural thriller calls for one of his signature manic performances, but Nicolas Cage instead haunts "Pay the Ghost" like a slightly befuddled spirit.
With Matt Damon as his determined leading man, director Ridley Scott delivers a breathtaking drama that could very well be the best film of the year.
Johnny Depp's makeup, distracting contact lenses and Boston squawk never manage to make Whitey Bulger more than a caricature.