Rob Frappier is a Chicago-based writer and marketing professional. He has been writing for Screen Rant since the summer of 2009. When he's not scrounging for back issues of 'Legends of the Dark Knight' or re-watching Die Hard for the 7,128th time, he loves spending time with his wife, Nicole, his daughter, Zoe, and their loyal dog, Astro.
Articles by Rob Frappier
Screen Rant interviews Executive Producer Derek Haas to talk about 'Chicago Fire,' a new firefighting drama on NBC.
Check out the first trailer for 'Revolution,' a new sci-fi drama about a world without technology, from the minds of J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau.
A lifelong Batman fan offers 5 reasons why he's more excited for 'The Avengers' than 'The Dark Knight Rises.'
'Walking Dead' stars Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie) talk about the finale of season 2, what's in store for season 3, the show vs. the comics and finding love in the zompocalypse.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito, and (get this) Eddie Murphy are attached to a sequel to the 1988 film 'Twins' called 'Triplets.' The new movie would feature Murphy as a long-lost third brother.
Screen Rant interviews Gabe Torres, the director of the new Stephen Dorff film 'Brake,' which follows a Secret Service agent's fight for survival while trapped in the trunk of a car.
'50-50' director Jonathan Levine may direct the McG-produced spy thriller 'Dead Spy Running.'
Screen Rant talks to David Hughes, the author of 'Tales from Development Hell,' about his fascinating book and the many absurd trials and tribulations that filmmakers face in getting their movies made.
Screen Rant interviews screenwriter John Swetnam to learn more about the found footage genre and why it is so popular in Hollywood right now.
Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor will play a couple who face a terrible haunting in 'Saw' director James Wan's new horror film, 'The Conjuring.'
Universal is reportedly considering ways to move forward on a 'Bridesmaids' sequel without star and co-writer Kristen Wiig. Is this a smart move for the studio?
New Line has reached an agreement with the writers of 'Horrible Bosses' to pen a sequel to the film and is also looking to bring back the original cast and director.
The all-star team of Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson give a nearly 30-minute interview on the making of their new motion-capture film, 'The Adventures of TinTin.'