Patton Oswalt goes deep into the mind of Heath Ledger's Joker, coming away with the perfect origin story for the villain.
Patton Oswalt has come aboard to play the new Evil Henchman, TV's Son of TV's Frank, in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 TV reboot.
Patton Oswalt lays out his ideas to expand Unbreakable into a trilogy, and M. Night Shyamalan himself responds.
Plus, we have new photos featuring Patton Oswalt as Eric Koenig in Providence, airing Tuesday, April 15th at 8 PM ET on ABC.
Walter's Wink has malfunctioned, what type of hero does it take to save a broken eHarmony account? Find out, in theaters this Christmas.
Arrested Development star Ian Roberts has also joined the cast of Robbie Pickering's monster mashup, in theaters October 25th, 2014.
The comedic actor kills off Chewbacca in this completely improvised 8-minute scene for a Star Wars filibuster during a Pawnee City Council meeting.
Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville star in this raunchy comedy about a Scoutmaster who loses sight of his apathetic troop, in cinemas this November.
Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville play two competitive brothers who lose sight of a scout troop in this upcoming comedy.
The actor will portray an affable eHarmony consultant who helps Ben Stiller's title character search for romance online.
The Simpsons won Best Animated TV Production at the awards ceremony, which was hosted by Patton Oswalt.
Patton Oswalt and Kristen Schaal star in Adult Swim's first live-action mini-series this November.
The duo will play battling brothers who reunite for a camping trip in Todd Rohal's latest directorial effort.
Adam Brody, T.J. Miller, Rob Corddry and Rob Huebel join this drama about a relationship that builds as the world is ending.
The comedian will play a sculptor named Ozzie P. Boone in Stephen Sommers' drama about a young man who can communicate with the dead.
Patrick Wilson is also in talks for a role in this Jason Reitman comedy about a ghostwriter who returns to her hometown.
The third film in this hilarious trilogy began filming today with Patton Oswalt and John Cho.
It seems the actor might not star in the NBC pilot after all.
The actor will star alongside Matthew Broderick and Kristen Johnston.