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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.
Directors James Wan and David F. Sandberg pulled back the curtains on the upcoming horror films "The Conjuring 2" and "Lights Out."
"Lights Out," the latest thriller from New Line Cinema, will have you shopping for a night-light, judging from its first trailer.
Watch the new trailer for "The Conjuring 2," starring Vera Farmiga.
New Line's "Annabelle" sequel found its director in "Lights Out" helmer David Sandberg. Updated!
Ryan Condal talks with SPINOFF about pitting Dwayne Johnson against giant monsters, and the key to producing an entertaining video game adaptation.
The "Mad Max: Fury Road" star will bring Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's Vertigo series, "100 Bullets," to the big screen.
New Line Cinema will reboot the franchise with a new take on the Freddy Krueger legend, scrapping the critically panned 2010 film altogether.
With "Shaft" getting a comedy reboot and Batgirl rumored for "Batman v Superman," Joseph Illidge examines film adaptations and critical fan response.
Discover how an Internet parody of "Snakes on a Plane" led to alterations to the Samuel L. Jackson film.
The filmmaker is set to reunite with his "San Andreas" star for an adaptation of the 1980s arcade game.
COMIC REEL: Johns Teases "Flash" Season 2 Additions; "Daredevil's" Bernthal Continues Punisher Research
Grant Gustin and Geoff Johns discuss what's to come in "Flash's" sophomore season; Jon Bernthal picks up more Punisher comics and more.
Amid the news of "Sandman" moving to New Line Cinema comes word that director Guillermo del Toro is no longer attached to "Justice League Dark."
A new report reveals that films based on series in DC Comics' mature imprint will be handled by New Line.
The new trailer for "Batkid Begins" charts the story of Miles' Make-a-Wish Foundation dream to become Batman from its humble beginning to its massive close.
"True Detective's" Cary Fukunaga will direct New Line's two-movie adaptation of Stephen King's celebrated 1986 horror novel.
The Rock and Carlo Gugino brave a crumbling California to find their daughter in the first "San Andreas" TV spot.