The "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" director will produce a film based on Greg Grunberg and Lucas Turnbloom's graphic novel "Dream Jumper."
The show, tentatively titled "Geeking Out," will cover "pop culture through a fanboy lens," and premiere this summer at SDCC.
"Heroes Reborn" is back, with all its flaws and virtues intact. Best of all, it's got Micah, Parkman, and lots and lots of Katana Girl.
Longtime friend Greg Grunberg reveals the director's reaction to reading the script for Rian Johnson's 2017 sequel.
"Heroes Reborn" heads into winter break with a solid episode that draws separate storylines together.
Is "June 13th - Part Two" perfect? Not by a long shot. Are there giant logical flaws? Well, yeah -- it is "Heroes," after all. Is it the best episode of the season so far? Absolutely.
Masi Oka, Greg Grunberg, Cristine Rose and Noah Gray-Cabey discuss reprising their roles in NBC's 13-episode "Heroes Reborn."
An enthusiastic Greg Grunberg talks with SPINOFF about returning to the world of "Heroes," working with best friend J.J. Abrams on "The Force Awakens," and his upcoming graphic novel.
"Heroes" actor Greg Grunberg will collaborate with "Imagine This" cartoonist Lucas Turnbloom on the children's graphic novel "Dream Jumper," to be published by Scholastic in June 2016.
The longtime friend and collaborator of J.J. Abrams says he will indeed appear in the upcoming Star Wars film.
Co-producer Jim Martin talks with Spinoff Online about the planned television revival of The Saint, starring Adam Rayner, Eliza Dushku and Greg Grunberg, teasing, "It's not a reboot and it's not a remake."