Forget Friday the 13th a minute. The New Kids is a high-water mark of producer Sean S. Cunningham's career thats needs more recognition than it gets.
James Spader takes us through the process of working in a motion capture suit in the first of three new Blu-ray previews for Avengers 2.
Director Joss Whedon reveals how James Spader was essentially blind in his motion capture suit as Ultron in Marvel's Avengers 2.
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.
James Spader shares the humorous aspects of his villain in Avengers: Age of Ultron, adding that he's more than a little crazy.
The studio head teases the performance while discussing the character roster change in this upcoming sequel.
The actor will bring a complete performance to the title role. Plus, Natalie Portman reveals she hasn't been asked to appear in this sequel.
The actor reveals that he had several head and body scans taken over the weekend for this villainous character.
The director teases that this villain is going to break our beloved superheroes into pieces, and that Spader was the only man for the job.
The pair first starred together in this 1985 cult masterpiece, which finds a cleverly placed bit of graffiti prophesizing their reunion in 2015.
Joss Whedon finally picks his villain for the highly-anticipated sequel that bring's Marvel's Phase Two to a close on May 1st, 2015.
James Spader is also on hand to discuss Steven Spielberg's thrilling biopic, in select theaters Friday, November 9th.
David Strathairn is also featured in these scenes from director Steven Spielberg's Presidential biopic, opening in limited release today.
The actor who guest starred on the Season 7 finale will start out as the Dunder Mifflin regional manager before quickly rising through the ranks of the company.
The actor is in talks to portray the CEO of Dunder Mifflin, replacing Kathy Bates' character next season.
Hal Holbrook, James Spader, John Hawkes, Tim Blake Nelson, Bruce McGill and Joseph Cross are also in talks to join this biopic on the 16th American President.
The actors will be among the growing list of candidates to replace Steve Carell's Michael Scott at Dunder Mifflin next fall.