When we got our first look at Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice last summer at San Diego Comic-Con, the costume appeared to be largely shades of just one color: bronze. Well, now new evidence has popped...Show More Summary
It's not much -- certainly not as much as the audience at San Diego Comic-Con saw in July -- but it's something.
After five years of very little information since it was first announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2010, there is new life for Guillermo del Toro’s reboot of Disney’s Haunted Mansion. It’s not just a little info, either, as there are apparently talks with Ryan Gosling for him to star in the lead role. Show More Summary
In what The Hollywood Reporter consistently and frustratingly refers to as a "service aimed at fanboys" (okay), SDCC and Liongate are partnering up to deliver all fans a new vide0-on-demand service online.
San Diego Comic-Con is one of the biggest pop culture events of the year, but it's only a few crazy days long. That might be changing thanks to a new partnership between Comic-Con and Lionsgate, which wants to build a video-based subscription service to turn the event into a "year-wide celebration." Read more...
Right now, two separate high-profile Indiegogo campaigns are raising millions for shows based around the fan culture found at conventions. Beyond those projects, though, there will soon be plenty more online media aimed at self-proclaimed...Show More Summary
Even if you didn’t sit through the hell that is purchasing a San Diego Comic-Con badge this year, you’ll still be able to get a taste of the event from the comfort—and sweet, sweet solitude—of your couch. In fact, pretty soon, people...Show More Summary
Do you love fashion? Are you also a huge nerd? You might want to try your sewing hand at Her Universe's Fashion Show 2015!
WonderCon, the smaller-but-no-less-fervent version of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, announced Monday that it will move closer to the Hollywood spotlight, […]
It's inspired cosplayers and artists alike, and hangs in pride of place on many comic fans' walls, yet Adam Hughes' Real Power of the DC Universe poster was originally just a giveaway at San Diego Comic-Con back in 2008. Recreating a...Show More Summary
Ever since the first “Batman V Superman” footage sent fans into a frenzy at San Diego Comic-Con last summer, people have been wondering when Warner Bros. will reveal the first trailer for the film to the public. We’ve heard rumors...Show More Summary
Last summer, a few thousand people saw a Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser trailer at San Diego Comic-Con. Since then, few bootlegs aside, those are the only people who’ve seen footage from the highly anticipated 2016 release. Show More Summary
HELLO, my dear Aunt and Uncle:Hey, hola, and greetings to my favorite San Diego residents! It’s your long-lost nephew Michael…no, the one on the East Coast…yeah, Washington…yeah, I can’t believe Congress or the White House, either.Read full article >>
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting’s character on the The Big Bang Theory, Penny, recently got engaged to long-time love Leonard, played by Johnny Galecki. Last July, producers revealed at San Diego Comic-Con that Leonard and Penny were to have a long engagement. Show More Summary
Ever since San Diego Comic-Con 2013, when David S. Goyer hinted at a confrontation between Batman and Superman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Man of Steel follow-up, fans have been wondering one simple thing: what could lead the two great...Show More Summary
The hubs and I saw the Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con for the movie Knights of Badassdom years ago now. Basically, it’s supposed to be Galaxy Quest for the Live Action Role Play set. We literally could not wait to see this movie. Show More Summary
The deaf driver who hit and seriously injured a 64-year-old woman during Comic-Con in San Diego last July pled not guilty this week to one count of reckless driving with injury and one count of personal infliction of great bodily injury. Show More Summary
The famous author made the announcement in a blog post. News by Raine Winters Image via MoviePilot In a blog post on Monday, George R.R. Martin announced that he intends to skip the San Diego Comic-Con and use the time to work on Winds...Show More Summary
George R.R. Martin has good news and bad news for "Game of Thrones" fans who hoped to catch a glimpse of the author at San Diego Comic-Con International this year. The bad news: He probably won't be there. The good news: He's skipping this year's event to focus on writing "The Winds of Winter,"...
Why yes, I did meet A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin at San Diego Comic-Con dressed as Daenerys. Why do you ask?