Clark Gregg explains how he dissembled the early rumors of Agent Coulson’s death in The Avengers, and talks about the darkness of Much Ado About Nothing.
Famed backup singer Darlene Love talks about her new documentary Twenty Feet from Stardom and why she only ever acted in the Lethal Weapon movies.
David Goyer explains his changes to Lois Lane, describes the Man of Steel version of Lex Luthor, and talks about plans for Y: The Last Man and The Flash.
CraveOnline talks with WWE Superstar Randy Orton about his leading role in 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded, and all the stunt fights and traveling trials therein.
Joss Whedon’s Shakespeare readings led to the creation of Illyria on “Angel,” says the star of Much Ado About Nothing.
The director of the acclaimed documentary 20 Feet from Stardom reveals where his subjects – some of the greatest backup singers in the world – are now.
The breakout star of the new comedy Much Ado About Nothing describes Joss Whedon’s famous Shakespeare parties, and picks the movie Whedon should star in.
Jay Baruchel explains why no one makes fun of his movies in This is the End, why he took the RoboCop remake gig, and why Dead Heat needs a remake.
The directors of the epic middle installment of V/H/S/2 explain how pulled off their biggest tricks, and what’s in store for The Raid 2.
The co-director of This is the End talks funny parts of the male anatomy and the one thing he’s never allowed to say about Emma Watson.
Producer Deborah Snyder describes the fight for Superman’s red shorts and where to find some unexpected Man of Steel easter eggs.
The oscar-winning screenwriter of Precious talks about his directorial debut, starring Saoirse Ronan and Alexis Bledel as young hitwomen.
Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Jason Eisener and Eduardo Sanchez explain their horror anthology’s title change and the genesis of their individual shorts.
Joel Edgerton recommends some great Australian movies and explains what’s really happened to the cast of Jane Got a Gun.
Jason Blum gives updates on Blumhouse’s upcoming slate, including The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Insidious Chapter 2 and the Paranormal Activity films.
Louis Leterrier explains why he waited to make Now You See Me, what really happened to Clash of the Titans and how The Transporter came out of the closet.
Giant robots vs. giant monsters – Beacham co-wrote the movie and wrote the comic prequel “Tales From Year Zero.”
Magic consultant David Kwong talks about the real illusions in Now You See Me, who came up with that piranha trick, and his secret project with J.J. Abrams.
The director of the new documentary about Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune, the never-produced adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel.
The “Scrubs” star describes how she tried to make comedy legend Jerry Lewis laugh on camera.