COMIC REEL: Cheadle Teases Things "Look Bad" For Rhodey In "Civil War"; Blanchett "Excited" About "Thor"
Don Cheadle and Sebastian Stan appear in calm "Captain America" stills; Cate Blanchett ready to "wear lycra" in "Ragnarok" and more.
Warner Bros. has released the entirety of the "Batman v Superman" soundtrack by Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL.
The drums of war between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel begin to beat.
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Chadwick Boseman talks about his Wakanda accent; Geoff Johns compares Patty Jenkins to "Superman" director Richard Donner and more.
Fans want Ryan Reynolds to host "Saturday Night Live" in character; a new part of "Batman V Superman's" score has been released and more.
"Man of Steel" composer Hans Zimmer returns to the DC Extended Universe accompanied by Junkie XL for a soundtrack coming in March.
Junkie XL, who will score the film with composer Hans Zimmer, Tweeted about his research for the upcoming project.
Sources claim that the new Spider-Man will not be white; Hans Zimmer discusses tackling Wonder Woman and Aquaman's themes and more.
The award-winning composer talks with SPINOFF about his successful collaborations with Christopher Nolan, and keying in on the human side of superheroes.
Promoting "Interstellar," Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer told SPINOFF that he's sharing duties on "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
"Vikings'" Katheryn Winnick praises her "Captain Marvel" supporters; Michael James Shaw debuts as "Hellblazer" character and more.
The Oscar-winning composer tells SPINOFF about the unconventional start to his latest collaboration with Christopher Nolan, and agonizing about his return to Gotham for Batman v Superman.
The Lone Ranger will now be composed by Hans Zimmer, as Jack White had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Zimmer has worked with director Gore Verbinski several times in the past.
While a children's hospital has cancelled an appearance by Batman over concerns of upsetting young patients, "Dark Knight Rises" composer Hans Zimmer donates proceeds from sales of one of his songs to the Aurora Victims Relief fund.