Interviews

SDCC: Hasbro’s John Warden excited for future of Transformers

I think it’s safe to say that one of the toylines from our childhood is not going anywhere! And no, I’m not talking about My Little Pony. I’m talking about

Kevin Conroy shares fave episodes from Batman: The Animated Series

Batman: The Animated Series is coming to Blu-ray this October 16th, and it will contain lots of featurettes and a new full-length documentary with the cast and crew. There’s even

Behind the Music: An Interview with SuperMansion Composer Kurt Oldman

The stop-motion animated series SuperMansion first premiered in 2013 as a quarter-hour pilot for Adult Swim, under the original name Übermansion. It then had a name change and moved to

Robin voice actor doesn’t approve of ‘F*** Batman’ line in DC’s Titans trailer

DC’s Titans is an upcoming live-action series featuring young DC characters like Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy and Raven. A trailer premiered during San Diego Comic-Con 2018, and it was met

Creator Jon Braver on Delusion: The Blue Blade and Lies Within VR

Delusion is having a big year with two big projects coming out soon. Fans have been waiting for the next interactive theatre experience from the team, and The Blue Blade

Interview: Composer Jared Faber discusses scoring Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Last September when Warner Bros. Animation announced it was making a Teen Titans Go! feature film, fans immediately began to count down when they would see the beloved Robin, Starfire,

Interview with Unfriended: Dark Web cast

The new Blumhouse horror film Unfriended: Dark Web is in theaters this weekend. The film stars Colin Woodell, Stephanie Nogueras, Rebecca Rittenhouse and Betty Gabriel. Woodell plays Matias, and he

Interview with Unfriended: Dark Web director Stephen Susco

This Friday July 20th, Unfriended: Dark Web will hit theaters nationwide. It is a suspenseful tale of six friends discovering a laptop with dark secrets, plunging them into one of

Luke Cage’s Gabrielle Dennis on her secret role and what she hopes to see next season

*Please note this article contains ALL the spoilers for the second season of Netflix’s Luke Cage.  Trigger warning: article describes the sexual assault of a character. Please read with caution.*

Costume Designer Giovanni Lipari discusses his original designs for AMC’s Into the Badlands

AMC’s post-apocalyptic drama Into the Badlands is known for many things, one of them being the show’s colorful and evocative costumes. Between the Widow’s ever-changing weekly wardrobe that fans have

Kathryn Beaumont on flying for Peter Pan’s live-action reference as Wendy

This year marks the 65th anniversary for Peter Pan, and it’s getting the Walt Disney Signature Collection treatment complete with new and classic bonus features. Fans old and new can get the movie

Behind the music of Hey Arnold! with Composer Jim Lang, plus unheard tracks from Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie

Hey Arnold! continues to entertain both kids and adults with a whole new generation now discovering the show with the recent release of full-length feature Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie.

Deadpool 2’s Karan Soni was ‘in awe of Josh Brolin the whole time’

Deadpool 2 is coming to theaters this weekend, and it has been getting a lot of praise from critics. (You can even read our positive review of the film here!)

Hearthstone: The Witchwood – Interview with Dan Emmons

This past week I got to sit down and talk with Dan Emmons from the Hearthstone Developer’s Team. With the release of the recent Witchwood update, Dan took some time

Bad Samaritan’s Dean Devlin on valets, Robert Sheehan’s accent, and horror films

Dean Devlin has a history of working on Hollywood’s biggest science fiction films – Independence Day, Godzilla, Stargate, Eight-Legged Freaks, and many other popular films, but this weekend he will

Composer Jim Dooley on creating the original score for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (interview)

Having previously worked with director/producer Barry Sonnenfeld on ABC’s forensic fairytale Pushing Daisies, it only made sense when Sonnenfeld asked composer Jim Dooley to score the second season of Netflix’s

Interview: Composer Geoff Zanelli discusses Squadron 42 and Traffik scores

Fifteen years ago composers were compartmentalized into video game composers, film composers, television composers and commercial composers, but in recent years those labels have gone out the door. One reason

FoxNext VR Studio’s Brendan Handler talks Crisis on the Planet of the Apes

Crisis on the Planet of the Apes is the first VR game from 20th Century Fox’s new FoxNext VR Studio. With the game releasing earlier this week, we got a

AMC’s ‘Into the Badlands’ promises more action and expansion of the Badlands

AMC’s hit martial arts drama Into the Badlands returns for its third season next month. The network finally released the anticipated trailer for Into the Badlands at this year’s WonderCon and

How Nerdist’s Alicia Lutes is reclaiming ‘Fangirling’

In a geeky world, which was once dominated by fanboys arguing about which Star Wars movie was the best and the worst, fangirls weren’t all that welcome. They were even