Star Patrick Fugit and director Adam Wingard discuss Cinemax's horror series, its creepy kid co-star and Robert Kirman's unique vision for the show.
Co-creator Robert Kirkman and EP Chris Black discuss the show's devilish inspirations and why there won't be any "Game of Thrones" comparisons.
Robert Kirkman discusses how adapting "Outcast" was different from "The Walking Dead," and opens up about the graphic nature of the exorcism-centric series.
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Carlos Valdes shares his feelings about Cisco's evolution; the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." super-team opens up its membership and more.
Creator Robert Kirkman, EP Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit discuss going beyond the comics and finding light in Kyle Barnes' darkness on Cinemax.
Patrick Fugit stars in the New York Comic Con trailer for "Outcast," based on the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta
The "Mad Men" veteran heads down a dark path in the psychological thriller from Alex Ross Perry.
The cast and crew of Cinemax's "Outcast," including Patrick Fugit and Wrenn Schmidt, sat down to discuss the show and offer a sneak peek.
Patrick Fugit's Kyle Barnes takes center stage in the first official photos from the set of Cinemax's upcoming "Outcast" television adaption.
Cinemax has released key art for the upcoming horror series, plus a photo variant of "Outcast" #1, featuring star Patrick Fugit.
Comic-Con International attendees will get a first look at Cinemax's adaptation of the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta.
Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the hit series "The Walking Dead," will pen the pilot script and executive produce.
Get your first look At Nicholas D'Agosto as the ADA; Dwayne Johnson reveals what sets "Shazam" apart from DC's slate and more.
"Gone Girl" actor Patrick Fugit has been cast as the lead in Cinemax's television adaptation of Robert Kirkman's "Outcast" comic.
Fox has released the first trailer for director Cameron Crowe's comedy drama about a single father who moves with his two children to a dilapidated zoo.
The Wire and Treme star Wendell Pierce confirms via Twitter that he will star as the legendary bluesman B.B. King in the upcoming biopic B.B. King and I.