Appearing at WonderCon Anaheim, director Joseph Kosinski discussed the development of his new sci-fi film Oblivion, working with star Tom Cruise, and preparing for Tron 3.
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Eli Roth and executive producers Brian McGreevy, Lee Shipman, Mark Verheiden and Deran Sarafian spoke with Spinoff Online at WonderCon about their upcoming Netflix series Hemlock Grove.
The Americans star Noah Emmerich discusses the motivations of his character, FBI agent Stan Beeman, and what viewers can expect from the rest of the first season of FX's hit Cold War drama.
Paul Reubens, better known as Pee-wee Herman, has joined ABC's planned Once Upon a Time spinoff Once: Wonderland as the voice of he White Rabbit.
Speaking with Spinoff Online at WonderCon, director Fede Alvarez teased, "This is an Evil Dead movie, and every Evil Dead movie is all about being outrageous and out of control and crazy." The film opens today.
Melissa McBride didn't need to be included in this week's announcement of new series regulars for The Walking Dead's fourth season because, as the actress explains, she already is one.
Ryan Gosling teams up with director Nicholas Winding Refn for the first time since Drive in Only God Forgives. The first trailer for the movie has finally arrived online.
Bruce Campbell teased Army of Darkness 2 to Spinoff Online at WonderCon Anaheim, and responded to Evil Dead director Fede Alvarez's dream of the two films' storylines converging.
Actors Chad L. Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green and Emily Kinney have all been upgraded to series regulars for the fourth season of The Walking Dead, while Melissa Ponzio has joined in a recurring role.
The Grown Ups gang is back in the new trailer for Grown Ups 2, which is due in theaters on July 12.
Tim Burton will direct Big Eyes, about painter Margaret Keane, rather than just produce it, with Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz singed on to star.
Although Nathan Fillion wasn't able to appear at WonderCon as originally planned, the Much Ado About Nothing panel was a crowd-pleaser with fan-favorites Joss Whedon, Clark Gregg and Sean Maher in attendance.
Actor Clark Gregg said that although Agent Coulson was seemingly killed in The Avengers, ABC's planned S.H.I.E.L.D. series will provide viewers with "some clue as to why I'm still there, still breathing."
As Cassandra Clare told CBR of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, “There’s a lot of people’s heads getting chopped off, there’s a lot of monsters. It is really gritty and dark." The same can be said for the new trailer.
Creator Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy discuss bringing horror to network television with Hannibal, the new NBC thriller based in part on Thomas Harris' novel Red Dragon, which introduced the world to Dr. Lecter.
In a six-minute snippet from a Q&A session, director Peter Jackson previews footage from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, offering slimpses of Orlando Bloom, Luke Evans and Evangeline Lilly on set.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg talked with Spinoff Online at WonderCon about their directorial debut This Is The End and their upcoming feature The Interview.
Actor David Morrissey, who as The Governor menaced Rick and the other survivors at the Prison throughout Season 3 of The Walking Dead, will return to the AMC drama in the fall as a series regular.
Under the Dome writer Brian K. Vaughan, producers Neal Baer and Jack Bender and stars Dean Norris and Rachelle Lefevre spoke to a WonderCon crowd about bringing Stephen King's sci-fi thriller to television.