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FanFest.com Talks to Cast and Creators of ‘A Monster Calls’; Liam Neeson Likens Director to Spielberg

Once upon a time, the cast and creators of the upcoming fantasy/drama A Monster Calls visited the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City to talk about their film with a number of media outlets. In attendance were the film's stars Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson, and Lewis MacDougall; author and screenwriter Patrick Ness; and acclaimed director J.A. Bayona. Weaver left early on in the day before FanFest.com was able to get an interview. A Monster Calls tells the heartbreaking tale of a young boy named Colin (MacDougall) living with his terminally...
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FAN FEST EXCLUSIVE: ‘Gotham’ Cast Talks Characters, Presidential Election, and What They Fan Over

Holy red carpet, Batman! The cast of Gotham stopped by the Paley Center for Media in New York City on Wednesday for the last day of PaleyFest NY. We met them on the red carpet and asked them about their Gotham City personas, the current presidential election, and - since we are For Fans, By Fans - what they themselves are fans of at the moment! Among those in attendance from the cast were Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin), Ben McKenzie (James Gordon), Donal Logue (Harvey Bullock), Erin Richards (Barbara Gordon),...
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PaleyFest NY: Aaron Paul and the Cast of ‘The Path’ Hit the Red Carpet

Fan Fest News stopped by the Paley Center for Media in New York City on Sunday night to catch stars of the Hulu series, The Path, walking the red carpet for this year's PaleyFest. Aaron Paul joined his fellow The Path cast members, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy, along with series creator Jessica Goldberg. After the cast walked the carpet, they joined fans inside the theater for a special screening of an upcoming episode, followed by a panel and Q&A. TVLine.com's Michael Ausiello moderated. Check out our coverage in photos below!...
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Comedy Central Hit ‘Drunk History’ Announces 5th Season at PaleyLive, Talks Season 4

History may not be everyone's cup of tea, but add a few shots of whiskey and things may start getting a bit more interesting. At least that's what Drunk History's co-creator Derek Waters hopes his Comedy Central show accomplishes - as he announces at PaleyLive that the series will indeed have a fifth season! Their fourth season just premiered last week on Sept. 27. Waters spoke to us on Tuesday night, both on the red carpet and in front of a panel audience at The Paley Center for Media in...