Patton Oswalt
The star of "I Love My Dad" and "The Sandman" talked to IndieWire about his relationship to movies, comics, and the changing state of comedy.
Gaiman and production designer Jon Gary Steele tell IndieWire about how the Netflix series used its comic origins as a guide but built its own world(s).
Rachel Dratch, Lil Rel Howry, and Amy Landecker also star in the 2022 SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner.
Creator Joel Hodgson and designer Gary Glover tell IndieWire about reinventing the show's iconic theme song and hallway sequences in "Flatimation."
James Morosini's "I Love My Dad" starring Patton Oswalt won the festival's top juried feature film award, with audience awards still on their way.
Allegedly based on the director's own life, James Morosini's cringe-worthy “I Love My Dad” is easy to enjoy but hard to stomach.
Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, and Richard E. Grant lend their voices to this ultra-violent tribute to rotoscoped classics like "Heavy Metal."
"Marvel's M.O.D.O.K.," with a voice cast lead by Patton Oswalt, is a bunch of nonsensical gags tied together.
Patton Oswalt will voice the titular character — the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing — on Hulu this spring.
Sudeikis and co-creator Bill Lawrence wanted to explore masculinity in counterpoint to former President Donald J. Trump.
Director Garbus and Oswalt — husband of the late Michelle McNamara, the author and amateur sleuth who devoted her life to finding the elusive serial rapist — expressed a desire to bring hope to the devastating material.
Oswalt plays a fictional version of himself in Michael Giacchino's first film behind the camera.
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