Go ninja! Go ninja! Go! Megan Fox and Will Arnett surprised San Diego Comic-Con International audiences last week with a panel for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” The producers Bradley Fuller and Andrew Form also joined on stage with the actors with TMNT creator Kevin Eastman. Show More Summary
Oh, SpongBob. What silly adventures can you go on now? How about coming to the real world? The talented voice actor Tom Kenny was on hand during the carpet at San Diego Comic-Con International last week to promote “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.” Kenny was very enthusiastic and had a playful conversation about SpongeBob and his adventures. Show More Summary
Wasteland Weekend is “The World’s Largest Post-Apocalyptic Festival”, and since the official debut in 2010 the event has grown from a few hundred attendees to an apocalyptic mob large enough to initiate their own revolution against civilized society. Show More Summary
Star Trek Prelude to Axanar, the 20 minute preview to the full fan film Star Trek Axanar, debuted on the big screen during a red carpet event last weekend during San Diego Comic-Con. Today, the short film is available for all to watch streaming online and serves as the Kickstarter video for the recently launched […]
Warner Bros. didn’t make any announcements at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con regarding future DC Comics films, so who knows
While at San Diego Comic-Con, 'Gotham' executive producer Danny Cannon confirmed that Mr. Freeze will appear on the show.
Isaac Hempstead-Wright made his San Diego Comic-Con debut in 2014 not for "Game of Thrones," but for his Focus Features new animated film "The Boxtrolls." In the adaptation of the Alan Snow novel "Here Be Monsters!," Hempstead-Wright...Show More Summary
I spent some time at the Stella Pop Up Experience in Petco Park at San Diego Comic-Con last week and boy are my arms tired! Wait...that's not right. More like, girls, am I excited!
That the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), which happened last weekened, has jumped the shark, gotten too big, sold out, lost its soul, has been bemoaned for many years now. The reasoning is very similar to complaints that surround another West Coast festival that I started going to the same year I started going to SDCC, 1995: Burning Man. Show More Summary
All is quiet on the "Walking Dead" companion series front, but that might not be the case for very long. Gale Ann Hurd tell Zap2it during a San Diego Comic-Con 2014 interview that Robert Kirkman, who penned the story, and "Sons of Anarchy"...Show More Summary
Sons of Anarchy appeared for the final time this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 to promote the seventh and final season of the series. Executive Producer Kurt Sutter sat down with reporters to discuss Jax's journey, upcoming guest stars, the show as a family drama, and more.
It’s San Diego Comic-Con hangover season and Jeremy and Jason are here to welcome you to the 3rd Annual Bastard-Con™ where we talk about all the big Comic-Con news that was(n’t)! Are you into King Kong vs. Godzilla vs. obscure French Sculptors, Mad Max vs. our once dim expectations and the curious relationship between Batman‘s […]
San Diego Comic-Con is the biggest convention for all things geek in the world. A ton of cosplay happens at this show -- even celebrities cosplay! Mostly to hide from the public though. But hey, here's a couple of montages with a good look at some of the better outfits people created and wore. Show More Summary
You’ve probably heard about the event when a small wish made by a five-year-old leukemia survivor blossomed into a social media feel-good event of the year. Panels in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con may have been packed with lines that...Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey and director Christopher Nolan not only reach for the stars, but they land there in the newest trailer for "Interstellar," which premiered at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. It's now been released online at the "Interstellar"...Show More Summary
When DC Collectibles Bombshell statues were revealed the very first thought I had was, "I can't wait to see cosplay of this." They've been popping up here and there but San Diego Comic-Con was the first time the entire group, ahem, assembled.
Perhaps the biggest celebrity making his first San Diego Comic-Con appearance this year was Daniel Radcliffe. Believe it or not, the former Harry Potter star had never come to San Diego with his mega-franchise, and truth be told, most of his other film projects just weren't SDCC material. Show More Summary
Quentin Tarantino announced at the San Diego Comic-Con last week that he was moving forward on The Hateful Eight, his eighth film, and now The Weinstein Company has released the first poster for the 2015 release.
Last week, Radius/TWC brought their adaptation of HORNS to San Diego Comic-Con for all the world to see. Directed by Alexandre Aja and starring Daniel Radcliffe, the film follows a disturbed young man who, after being falsely accused of killing his girlfriend, wakes up one morning to find he's sprouted horns from his head. Show More Summary
Adam Savage once again visited the San Diego Comic Con floor disguised in elaborate cosplay, this time in a homemade version of the spacesuit John Hurt wore in the original Alien film. To fully obscure his identity, the MythBuster had a facehugger alien attached to the outside of his helmet. That is the shizzle right […]