Articles by Rob Frappier
Screen Rant interviews Casper Kelly, the creator of Adult Swim’s bizarre viral video sensation ‘Too Many Cooks’.
Screen Rant interviews Luis and Enol Junquera, the animators behind producer Adi Shankar’s new Dredd webseries ‘Judge Dredd: Superfiend.’
Screen Rant interviews ‘Dracula Untold’ director David Shore about Universal’s shared monster movie universe and the characters he’d like to see.
‘Dracula Untold’ director Gary Shore gives us his ideas for where possible sequels could take the world famous vampire.
We talk with producer Adi Shankar about his panel at New York Comic Con and providing fans with a sneak peek of his upcoming ‘Dark Judges’ miniseries.
Sylvester Stallone wants Sigourney Weaver to be in ‘The ExpendaBelles,’ which begins production next year.
Machinima launches ‘Chop Shop,’ a six-episode web series about a gang of car thieves. Find out more and watch the premiere here!
George Nolfi (The Adjustment Bureau) will direct the unconventional Bruce Lee biopic ‘Birth of the Dragon.’ Is Nolfi the right man for the job?
Though ‘conversations’ are happening, producer Adi Shankar explains why ‘Dredd 2′ isn’t likely to be made anytime soon.
Warner Bros. has officially confirmed that ‘Justice League’ will follow ‘Batman vs. Superman’ and that Zack Snyder will direct.
Screen Rant interviews Eliza Dushku about Kevin Tancharoen’s new web series ‘The Gable 5′ and playing iconic comic book roles.
Joshua Caldwell’s engaging short film ‘Resignation’ asks the question: ‘What happens when a hero hangs up his cape?’
Sienna Miller (Layer Cake) is in talks to join the cast of Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’ opposite Bradley Cooper.
We interview Mark Long about ‘Rubicon: The Beginning,’ a new web series that acts as a prequel to the 2012 graphic novel ‘Rubicon.’ Watch the pilot here!
Zack Snyder says the ‘Man of Steel’ sequel will ‘explode’ the Batman and Superman universes. Is that a good thing?
John Wesley Shipp – who played Barry Allen in the ’90s ‘The Flash’ – is set to join the cast of CW’s updated ‘Flash’ series in a mystery role.
Scarlett Joahnsson praised Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ script, calling it ‘dark’ and ‘cerebral.’