Interviews

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

Composer Akira Yamaoka on Let It Die and Hideo Kojima being his senpai

Let It Die is an upcoming free-to-play hack and slash action game from developer Grasshopper Manufacture and publisher GungHo Online Entertainment. Since the game is produced by Suda51, players can expect over-the-top

Everybody Wants Some!!: Tyler Hoechlin on Superman role in CW’s Supergirl and Juston Street on his role

The year is 1980, we’re in Texas, and a young doe-eyed freshman named Jake is moving into a college baseball house, joining his teammates on a wild romp through the first

Everybody Wants Some!!: Glen Powell on J. Quinton Johnson’s obsession with ‘Hamilton’

The year is 1980, we’re in Texas, and a young doe-eyed freshman named Jake is moving into a college baseball house, joining his teammates on a wild romp through the first

Everybody Wants Some!!: The cast goes head-to-head in movie quote trivia

The year is 1980, we’re in Texas, and a young doe-eyed freshman named Jake is moving into a college baseball house, joining his teammates on a wild romp through the first

Anime Expo 2016: Interview with singer LIA

Anime opening and ending music often become a major selling point to an anime’s popularity. These anisons (short for anime songs) have been a staple since the beginning of the

Exclusive: Interview with the creators of Blackout, the horror experience

The most extreme immersive horror experience in America is called Blackout. Not for the faint of heart, it is a terrifying, psycho-sexual thrill-ride designed to play on our deepest psychological fears. Rich

British duo Jack and Dean premiere ‘Jack & Dean of All Trades’ on Fullscreen

Jack & Dean of All Trades finally premieres this week on new streaming service Fullscreen. The British comedy duo, Jack and Dean (Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs), who first appeared

John Gallagher Jr. on Emmett’s role in ’10 Cloverfield Lane’

10 Cloverfield Lane was one of the surprise films of the year. Not only was it announced 4 months before release, but the film was incredibly good as well. The

Patrick Osborne on ‘Pearl’ VR-animated short and life after Disney

“Pearl” is the latest animated short from animator and director Patrick Osborne (Disney’s “Feast”). It follows the relationship of a father and his daughter throughout the years as they pursue their

Directors Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly on creating Angry Birds for the big screen

Rovio’s Angry Birds has seen it all. It started as a simple mobile game where you shoot birds out of a slingshot in order to save their eggs from the

Interview with Zoolander 2’s Kyle Mooney

The Internet was caught off guard last year when the first teaser trailer dropped announcing that after well over a decade, Zoolander was finally getting a sequel. As time went

Insomniac Games’ Brian Allgeier on their VR game, Edge of Nowhere

With Insomniac Games making the announcement that it would be developing three different titles for the Oculus this year, we sat down with Insomniac Games’ creative director Brian Allgeier, who is currently

Interview: Insomniac Games’ Ted Price on Oculus and Song of the Deep

2016 is definitely a big year for Insomniac Games with the release of five games including the Ratchet and Clank reboot, Song of the Deep, and three Oculus VR-exclusive titles.

Legends of Gaming Season 2 is on its way

Legends of Gaming is a fantastic show on YouTube that takes a bunch of gamers, puts them on teams, and makes them compete. It’s fun, entertaining, and so much more!