The Academy Award winners admit their fascination with the exacting process of creating the latest Laika masterwork.
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The Oscar winner reveals he couldn't resist taking the role in the Disney film as someone who can see beyond what appears to be there.
The "Jurassic World" star discusses the oddness of the 1977 musical classic, the importance of tragedy in Disney films, and working with Robert Redford.
Key figures from "Star Trek's" five-decade history shared memories of the venerable sci-fi franchise’s profound influence on fans and popular culture.
Screenwriter Eric Heisserer talks with SPINOFF about his new supernatural horror film, the status of "Sandman" and his part in the new Universal Monsters universe.
Director Justin Lin, writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung, and producer J.J. Abrams discuss honoring the spirit of the franchise while exploring new territory.
Now three movies in, the "Trek" actors are comfortable in their roles and eager to explore new directions as the franchise looks toward the future.
Director David Yates and stars Alexander Skarsgard, Margot Robbie and Samuel L. Jackson reflect on the appeal of the Lord of the Jungle.
The director and the wizards at Weta collaborated to bring as much emotion and nuance as possible to the colossal CG characters of the Disney film.
Acclaimed and beloved filmmaker Steven Spielberg found returning to build a rich, family-friendly fantasy world a welcome respite after his recent, heavier efforts.
The Singapore-born actor talks with SPINOFF about his Hollywood career, from "Contagion" to "The Dark Knight" to "Ghost in the Shell."
The revered filmmaker said it would be "insane" to return to the Indiana Jones franchise without his longtime friend and collaborator.
The director and the movie’s star offer some intriguing details about their new take on Disney’s 1977 classic.
Director Alan Barillaro and producer Marc Sondheimer share with SPINOFF the evolution of the six-minute short screening with "Finding Dory."
The filmmaker talks with SPINOFF about the chemistry between stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, and the comic adaptations that got away.
"Finding Nemo" veterans Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks joined Ty Burrell, Kaitlin Olson and Eugene Levy to talk about the long-awaited sequel.
When he decided to return to the horror genre with his favorite ghost-hunters, director James Wan knew he had to make it as different -- and scary -- as possible.
The veteran voice actor reveals to SPINOFF how he brings his skilled celebrity mimicry to the table to create memorable characters.
As Disney's huge animated hit arrives on home video, its directors map out their hopes to tell more stories set in the animal-inhabited city.