Bruce Campbell has finally addressed the rumors that he would have played Mysterio had Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4 been made.
Bruce Campbell reveals why he won't star in comic book movies from the MCU or DCEU after his appearance in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy.
Break out you boomsticks and refuel your chainsaws to celebrate the recently announced third season of Starz's groovy horror comedy.
Everyone's favorite chainsaw-handed deadite slayer says he's game to continue sawing his way through demons for another three seasons.
The fallen Deadite and billowing American flag make this the perfect fit for Halloween and Election Season alike
If you thought your dad was tough, wait until you see what it's like for Bruce Campbell's Ash having "The Six Million Dollar Man" as a father.
Starz has unleashed a very, very bloody teaser for the upcoming second season of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead."
In these two videos, Bruce Campbell contends to win an Emmy for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.
"Ash vs. Evil Dead" kicked off a killer first season last fall, and Starz is gearing up for season two in this new photo.
If Ash Williams were transported to the world of "The Walking Dead," there apparently wouldn't be much left for Rick Grimes to do.
Terry Wolfinger, the artist behind the "Game of Thrones"-"Evil Dead" mashup cover for "Famous Monsters" tells CBR where he got the groovy idea.
Ash Williams has a plan to get back the Necronomicon in the promo spot for this week's episode of Starz's "Ash vs. Evil Dead."
"American Horror Story'" veteran Jill Marie Jones discusses chasing down Ash, kicking Deadite ass and her lifelong horror fandom.
"Chuck" and "Reaper" veteran Craig DiGregorio explains to SPINOFF how the series will maintain the tone of the cult films while introducing new elements.
"Evil Dead" newcomers Dana DeLorenzo and Ray Santiago discuss working on Starz's splatstick comedy-horror franchise on TV, what their new characters bring to the mix and all that blood.
"Ash vs. Evil Dead" stars Bruce Campbell & Jill Marie Jones discuss pushing the horror envelope on Starz and why "Evil Dead" was never supposed to be a franchise.
Three days before its Halloween premiere, Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell's "Ash vs. Evil Dead" has been given a second-season order by Starz.
"Ash vs Evil Dead" star Bruce Campbell reminisces over the time he spent working with "Macho Man" Randy Savage on the first "Spider-Man" film.
The action star discusses his return to an iconic character, the creative reunion with Lucy Lawless and Sam Raimi, and (not) being recognized.