David F. Sandberg discusses transforming his acclaimed short film into a feature length horror movie with the help of horror icon James Wan.
The team behind the animated adaptation discuss staying true to the hit video game series, right down to the voice actors.
The "Furious 7" director discusses why his "The Conjuring" return was no cake walk and what about "Lights Out" made him see its feature potential.
The creators and cast of the new CW miniseries discuss adapting a Belgian drama for U.S. television, and the all-too-real fears at its core.
The head writer and cast members talk with SPINOFF about reviving of the classic British sci-fi series for audiences both old and new.
Co-executive producer Raven Metzner and stars Zach Appelman, Lyndie Greenwood, Nikki Reed and Jessica Camacho reflect on Season 3.
Following the world premiere of the documentary “The Giant’s Dream," the filmmakers reminisced about the creation of the cult-favorite film.
The showrunners of the two CBS dramas tease what to expect from the final episodes of the season, and where the stories may go from there.
A bounty hunter Belle tracks down her Wookiee Beast in this inspired Disney/"Star Wars" mashup cosplay from WonderCon.
Directors James Wan and David F. Sandberg pulled back the curtains on the upcoming horror films "The Conjuring 2" and "Lights Out."
A new teaser for Netflix's "Voltron: Legendary Defender" series, coming this June, shows the fabled robotic lions assemble.
Watch new footage from the "Ratchet & Clank" movie adaptation due out later this month from Gramercy Pictures.
Ahead of the WonderCon presentation, Netflix and DreamWorks have debuted a new poster for their reboot of the classic animated series.
Attendees who visit Walmart's WonderCon webpage while at the convention will be able to preorder toys from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows."
Executive Producers Art Brown and Doug Sloan discuss what lies ahead for Hiccup, Toothless and the franchise as the animated series moves to a new home for its third season.
Appearing at WonderCon, co-creator Graeme Manson teased what to expect from the return of BBC America's acclaimed sci-fi thriller.
Appearing at WonderCon, executive producers Trey Callaway and Eoghan O'Donnell discussed pitting five angels against the impending apocalypse.