Interviews

Storks voice actor Stephen Kramer Glickman on the film and being a nerd

Warner Brothers Animation, which has brought you animated films like The Lego Movie, has a new film called Storks coming out September 23rd, and it is creating quite the buzz. With stars

Jeremy Irons on playing a mathematician in The Man Who Knew Infinity

Jeremy Irons plays G. H. Hardy in The Man Who Knew Infinity, a biographical film based on the book by Robert Kanigel. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, the film

Floyd Norman: An Animated Life filmmakers discuss a Disney animation legend

Disney fans should definitely check out Floyd Norman: An Animated Life, which hit theaters this weekend. The documentary follows the life of the Disney animation legend, Floyd Norman, who’s known

Fight of the Living Dead cast on zombies, pranks, and paranoia

“Fight of the Living Dead” has premiered on YouTube Red this week, and you can now watch the first and second episode on the BlackBoxTV channel. (The first episode is free

Jack Huston talks fulfilling Charlton Heston’s big sandals on ‘Ben-Hur’

Charlton Heston will always be remembered for three roles: Moses, George Taylor from Planet of the Apes, and Judah Ben-Hur. The actor won an Oscar as Judah Ben-Hur in the 1959

Morgan Freeman talks reteaming with ‘Wanted’ director Timur Bekmambetov on ‘Ben-Hur’

Morgan Freeman and his iconic voice have been around for years now. His prolific career has seen him become God, a hitman, and the president, just to name a few.

Toby Kebbell and Pilou Asbæk talk Game of Thrones and training for ‘Ben-Hur’

When it comes to Ben-Hur, there are no bigger sandals to file than Judah Ben-Hur and Messala Severus. Charlton Heston and Stephen Boyd won Oscars for their roles in Ben-Hur and are

Rodrigo Santoro and Nazanin Boniadi talk the trials and fears of taking on ‘Ben-Hur’

In the ’59 version of Ben-Hur, the Jesus Christ and Esther characters were not a huge part of the film. Jesus Christ was a faceless character in the Heston film,

Producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey address remaking ‘Ben-Hur’ for modern times

It’s just human nature to feel a sense of dread and skepticism when a beloved classic is about to be “remade for modern times.” It’s even more blasphemous when Hollywood

Sausage Party directors Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon on Sausage Party, Irish accents, and frisky hotdogs

Animated films have always been a special niche in cinema. Throughout history, cartoons have been the one medium that most people have associated with children’s films, as it seems to

SDCC 2016: Hasbro’s John Warden talks Transformers toy line

“Transformers! Robots in disguise!” Not many people can hear such an epochal catchphrase and not connect it to the incredible franchise that came from it! No, I’m not talking about the

Interview with the villain of Suicide Squad (spoilers)

WARNING: This interview reveals another villain in Suicide Squad. If you haven’t seen the movie, chances are you don’t know who that is. You have been warned. Some of us were surprised

Talking Robot Chicken with executive producers Eric Towner and John Harvatine IV

It has to be a challenge to keep a show fresh and entertaining after eight seasons, but Robot Chicken has been able to do that thanks to the great stop-motion animation

Lego Dimensions Year 2: New story, level and packs

Lego Dimensions Year 2 will be out in September with a new story, level, and fun packs with many different series including The A-Team, Adventure Time, Beetlejuice, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Fantastic Beasts and Where to

SDCC 2016: Talking ‘Lights Out’ with producer Lawrence Grey

Over the weekend, Lights Out was released in theaters and became a surprise horror hit with audiences. The film follows Rebecca (Teresa Palmer), her little brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman), and their

SDCC 2016: Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles returns to New York

Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will return in August with the second half of season 4. Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, April and Casey have spent a good amount of time in

SDCC 2016: The Last Ship interview with Adam Baldwin, Sasha Cooper, and Steven Kane

TNT’s The Last Ship went full steam ahead at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with one of the best panels. It included stars Eric Dane (Cap. Tom Chandler), Bridget Regan (Sasha

SDCC 2016: Teen Wolf VR Experience

Amidst the crowds and the chaos, fans of the long-running MTV teen horror show, Teen Wolf, had the exclusive pleasure to have a VR experience inspired directly from the show!

SDCC 2016: Talking Kaladesh and MTG movies with Mark Rosewater

  Magic: the Gathering is one of table tops longest running and successful trading card games of all time, being first published in 1993. Mark Rosewater (More lovingly referred to

SDCC: Legends of Chamberlain Heights on Comedy Central

Comedy Central’s newest animated series, Legends of Chamberlain Heights, is a series in the style of Simpsons and South Park that aims to be more relatable to today’s average high