Looper exclusively spoke to Jensen Ackles during the "Winchesters" New York Comic Con press line. Ackles discussed the catharsis of rejoining this world after the ending of "Supernatural," admitted that he'll never say goodbye to Dean Winchester, and detailed the production advice Jared Padalecki gave him. Ackles also teased some tentative plans to direct "The Winchesters" at some point.
Looper was invited to a presser for "The Winchesters," where we asked Dean Winchester actor Jensen Ackles the marks he most wanted to hit and avoid when it came to executive producing "The Winchesters."
Looper was invited to a presser for "The Winchesters," where we asked the Ackles what it was like working together in a production capacity rather than the acting projects they've shared in the past.
During an exclusive interview with Looper, Gordon-Levitt dished on the prophecy angle in "Wolfboy and the Everything Factory" in relation to stories like "Harry Potter" and "The Lord of the Rings." He also revealed what role Zooey Deschanel should play in the kids' series and how he shares it with his kids. Gordon-Levitt even discussed his "gentleman's agreement" with Rian Johnson, what it was like working with Mindy Kaling on "The Mindy Project," and how director Robert Zemeckis helped him find his Jiminy Cricket voice.
During an exclusive interview for the DVD and Blu-ray release of "Mayor of Kingstown," Wiest revealed what it was like working with Jeremy Renner and carrying out that iconic Hollywood slap between Miriam and Renner's character, Mike. She also discussed her character's prison volunteer work and what we could be doing better in our own prison systems. Wiest then went down memory lane to chat about projects like "Edward Scissorhands," "Footloose," and "The Lost Boys" — including casts, creatives, and the impact they've had on pop culture.
During an exclusive interview with The List, McNamara dished on the feminist take of "Walker Independence," working with Katie Findlay, the importance of depicting female friendship on-screen, and which real-life and fictional trailblazing women helped her nail down the role of Abby.
The List was invited to a "Vampire Academy" New York Comic Com roundtable where we asked Plec about Sydney's role in the show, why the showrunners went for such an adult rating, and how the feral appearance of the strigoi might affect a future "Blood Promise" plotline between Rose and Dimitri.
The List was invited to a New York Comic Con roundtable where Plec teased the possibility of "Vampire Academy" spinoff material and how many seasons she'd like to see the show score. Additionally, The List asked her how she would like to handle a fan-favorite character, how much of the series we'll see in Season 1, and we even discovered why she's never watched the 2014 movie.
The List was invited to a roundtable interview with Julie Plec at New York Comic Con, where we asked if everyone's favorite "Bloodlines" alchemist will show up in the first season. We also inquired how much of the first book and its sequels we can expect to play out this season and whether or not Plec is open to getting some "Vampire Diaries" alums on the show.
Wright spoke to The List in an exclusive interview where she discussed the importance of telling the Gibbons twins' story, why mental health is so essential to depict onscreen, and how much research went into the project. She also reminisced about working with Chadwick Boseman, the impact he's had on her life, and how the cast of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is keeping his memory alive.