Yo, Todd McFarlane? Here's proof that you don't have to deviate from the Lego template in any way to induce nightmares. I don't even need to hear James Spader's voice emanating from it to creep...
It’s just a short six months until Avengers: Age Of Ultron hits the big screen. It’s been a long time coming for fans: four films and three years in the making. The initial trailer for the flick did a lot to stir up anticipation, and...Show More Summary
Created to highlight the screenplays being ignored by studios preoccupied with break dancing robots, The Black List has become just another way for producers to chum the industry waters while congratulating themselves on how innovative and forward-thinking they are. Show More Summary
Ron Perlman is bringing anarchy to NBC's The Blacklist. The actor has signed on to play the drama's next mega criminal when it returns on Feb. 1 behind the Super Bowl. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com James Spader Mary-Louise Parker Paul Reubens Peter Fonda Ron Perlman Krysten Ritter The Blacklist
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” gave us its first trailer just a couple of weeks ago, and people are already foaming at the mouth for May to arrive. Still, Marvel didn’t think that was nearly enough for fans and they wanted to deliver a bit more for everyone, and even more James Spader as Ultron. Show More Summary
The extended version of the first trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron follows the same structure as the original version, but there's even more footage for us to pick apart, including more of James Spader monologuing as the terrifying Ultron. Read more...
After killing off the deadwood and overhauling most characters, especially Keen and her wig, ‘The Blacklist’ forgot its raison d'être: James Spader’s wonderful Red.
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In the previous episode of the hit crime drama series 'The Blacklist' Season 2, fans saw James Spader's Red Reddington going after his number 22 target – the Scimitar.
If hearing a robot James Spader menacingly recite lines from Pinocchio upset you in a visceral way, then take heart: you're not alone. It messed the Avengers up real bad, too. Like, real bad.
"There are no strings on me." That's all it took for James Spader's portrayal of Ultron in the upcoming film The Avengers: Age Of Ultron to become automatically internet famous. Be it his villainous tone, his intimidating visage, or the right Disney line at the right time; whatever factor you attribute it to, it did the trick. Show More Summary
I’ve never watched The Blacklist, the NBC procedural in which James Spader plays a master criminal who helps catch other master criminals, but apparently I’m missing some inspired lunacy. Case in point: Last night’s episode featured a brief but loud guest appearance from black metal experimenters Liturgy. And instead of Greg Fox on drums, the [...]
Judging from James Spader’s unnerving rendition of Pinocchio’s “I’ve Got No Strings” in the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, Joss Whedon seems to have something disturbing planned for the much-awaited superhero sequel. Who better toShow More Summary
A sense of freedom was felt on set as James Spader suited up for his performance in 'Avengers 2', which included all the other actors being present. [...]
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After last night’s leak, and eventual official release by Disney of Joss Whedon‘s Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer that was supposed to be aired for the first time next Tuesday during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Avengers fans have a lot of new Avengery things to discuss. Just getting a good look at the big screen version […]
In case you hadn't noticed, there's a lot of hullabaloo on the interwebs right now regarding a certain Mr. Ultron, the "misanthropic" baddie seen threatening to murder all of humanity while imitating James Spader during the trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Show More Summary
As you may have learned yesterday in the awesome teaser trailer (and our 75 screengrabs) for Avengers: Age of Ulton, the title villain has no strings to hold him down, and like Pinocchio, his voice actor James Spader cannot lie about just how nutty the character is in an interview with Total Film.
James Spader explains why Ultron's humor is what attracted him to the part. Ridley Scott's The Martian is attracting the best cast we've seen in a while. Adam McKay's itching to return to the Marvel universe. Check out a FitzSimmons-heavy Agents of SHIELD clip. Plus possible details about Universal's new Mummy film. Spoilers now! Read more...