During an exclusive interview with Looper, Garfin talked about what it's like playing Tyler Hoechlin's TV son, why Hoechlin is the perfect Superman, and what kind of shenanigans Bitsie Tulloch gets up to onset. He also revealed what it's been like diving into his powers and teased where the season is headed next after the show's upcoming break.
During an exclusive interview with Looper, Ian Bohen discussed Anderson's villainous role and possible redemption, what it was like reuniting with Hoechlin, and what it was like having Elizabeth Henstridge direct episode 2.07 of "Superman & Lois." Bohen also revealed which "Teen Wolf" actors he wants to see on "Superman & Lois," and the actor teased his hopes for a Peter and Derek reunion in the "Teen Wolf" movie.
Looper spoke with Shawn Levy during an exclusive interview where the director dished on what it's like working with Ryan Reynolds, how the actor came to play Adam, how Reynolds and Ruffalo fostered that delightfully awkward father-son vibe, and what prompts the director to take on a project.
During an exclusive interview with Looper for his new film "The Last Bus," Peter Pettigrew actor Timothy Spall gave his thoughts about Peter's movie ending and the nuances between both the book and film versions.
During an exclusive interview with Looper, Inde Navarrette discussed working with the "Superman & Lois" cast, being a fan of Tyler Hoechlin, and what the cast gets up to behind the scenes. She also got candid about the importance of honoring your name and her character's mental health arc.
"Supernatural" broke genre records for the longest-running TV series of its kind, but it certainly wasn't the first series of its ilk, and it won't be the last. The show's 15-season long ride in the Impala may be over, but between other paranormal series, brother-led dramas, and a slew of series featuring the cast, there are plenty of shows to binge that are sure to have fans feeling nostalgic over their time with Sam and Dean Winchester — and a certain angel riding shotgun during their deadly adventures.
The year 2016 took too away too many legends including Rickman, Carrie Fisher, Gene Wilder, and Debbie Reynolds, and showbiz just hasn't been the same. While we miss seeing these icons grace our screens, what they brought to the world around them was far more valuable. And though they're not here with us anymore, their families and cast mates are here to carry on their legacy and share stories to the delight of many fans. That includes actor Timothy Spall who sat down with Looper for an exclusive interview, where he shared a heartwarming tribute to his "Harry Potter" and "Sweeney Todd" co-star.
The "Roadfood" host spoke to Looper's sister site, Mashed, for an exclusive interview where Collins dished on his infamous burger scenes and revealed how Jensen Ackles roasted him while filming the episode.
Timothy Spall spoke to Looper in an exclusive interview where he talked about the nuances of life and death in his new film "The Last Bus," the movie's scenic filming locations, and doing what's right even when it's difficult. He also reminisced about working with the late great Alan Rickman, discussed Peter Pettigrew's "Harry Potter" ending, and working with Kristen Stewart on "Spencer."
During an exclusive interview with Mary Holland for "The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window," she dished on what it was like playing Kristen Bell's bestie, the fate of her character, and the series' explosive finale. She also revealed how she feels about the ending of "Happiest Season" and teased her new film "Senior Year" with Rebel Wilson.