Not only is he one of the awesome minds behind Robot Chicken (and also occasionally the galaxy's snarkiest pilot), but it turns out Seth Green is also pretty good at making custom action figures, looking at this set of toys based on the Ravagers he gave James Gunn for Christmas.
Remember Seth Green's animated Star Wars series Detours? Seth Green does. He gave an update on the show during his Reddit AMA yesterday, where he announced that 39 full episodes of the show are completely finished, along with many more scripts too — but they're all on hold.
In Shawn Piller and Scott Lew's dark comedy thriller Sexy Evil Genius, Katee Sackhoff plays Nikki Franklyn, the eponymous comely genius of dubious morality. And the former Battlestar Galactica star is joined in this oddball, straight-to-DVD flick by an incredible who's-who of geek pop culture.
Last week the Star Wars Detours trailer premiered to outcries of delight and horror. Personally, we still stand by the fact that this is a children's program backed by the folks at Robot Chicken — a show that tends to respect the Star Wars world — so we remain hopefully optimistic.
We've been waiting forever for the first hint as to what the minds behind Robot Chicken had been cooking for their secret new Star Wars-centric Cartoon Network show. But now Seth Green and Matthew Senreich have released a trailer for the new series, officially titled Star Wars: Detours, and it's pretty darn cute.
The secret Hollywood geek brain trust has produced an interesting new TV idea — and it sounds like a mashup of The X-Files with The West Wing. Jon Favreau, Roberto Orci, Seth Green and Michael Dougherty have penned a pilot, that could be the greatest thing ever created, or The Event season two.
There's nothing like a good theme song to give a memorable moment some emotional oomph. It's only fitting that tomorrows Space Shuttle launch has its own composition created by Bear McCreary, the man behind the Battlestar Galactica theme.
Mars Needs Moms is a decent movie. Maybe even a pretty good movie. But nobody seems excited about it, and that's probably because it was made using Robert Zemeckis' motion-capture process, as used in Polar Express and Christmas Carol.
Disney may have burned out our earlobes with the horrific Mars Needs Moms rap, but this behind the scenes Mo-Cap adventure between Seth Green and Dan Fogler is gosh-darn adorable, and pretty impressive. Watch.
The first three trailers for Robot Chicken Star Wars III are out, and it turns out that Boba Fett is a lot more flirty than we ever knew. Plus Sarlacc sleaziness, Slave-Leia hijinks and Gary, the wild and crazy stormtrooper.
The first image we saw from Disney's animated Mars Needs Mom feature was a bit terrifying. But today's trailer is all heart, except for the part where aliens sedate and kidnap a small boy's mom. Watch it now!
Don't take your mother for granted, or aliens will come down from Mars, kidnap her, and horribly scar you for life. That's the message of Robert Zemeckis' final Disney production, Mars Needs Moms. Here's your first look.
Robot Chicken's Seth Green and Matt Senreich have been tight-lipped about their new Star Wars series, but over the weekend they finally opened up and shared some details. Are you ready for Jon Stewart crossed with Spongebob Squarepants?
Seth Green and Matthew Senreich are hard at work on the third Robot Chicken Star Wars special, plus a whole new Star Wars series! They told us what to expect, including a joke that overlaps with Family Guy's third special.
We were already excited for Seth Green's animated Star Wars comedy. But now that we're hearing Green might be continuing the saga after Return of The Jedi, we're not sure whether to be even more thrilled or nervous.
There have been lots of funny moments in the Star Wars Universe — though many probably weren't on purpose — but now George Lucas is drafting the Robot Chicken team to make an out-and-out comedy TV series.
Seth Green is currently guest starring on Heroes, but in this clip from tomorrow night’s Robot Chicken season premiere, Tim Kring wasn’t the first science fiction television producer he approached for work. Green and his Robot Chicken co-creator Matthew Senreich find themselves unemployed and ask Joss Whedon and …
There is seriously nothing better than a Robot Chicken Star Wars joke. Seriously where else can you see the Emperor make Darth Vader cry like a little baby for teasing him that he killed his wife Panda Bear or whatever? It's the creme de la creme of Star Wars spoofery. Sunday's premiere of Robot Chicken's Star Wars…
It's taken them three seasons, but Heroes is finally embracing its heritage with the announcement that Seth Green and Breckin Meyer are to join the cast of NBC's superhuman drama, playing two massive comic book nerds. Does this mean that we're going to see more of 9th Wonders, the show's deus ex comic book plot…