Lionsgate premiered the new trailer at Comic-Con, and yes, shirtless Finnick is in it.
The show celebrated its 20th anniversary at Comic-Con, and based off of the fan reactions, we all want to believe in a reboot!
The party celebrated the August launch of CW Seed, the CW’s all-digital network. Did I mention there were cat masks?!
Finally, a major car company is taking the threat of zombie apocalypse seriously. Let’s get these bad boys on the assembly line ASAP, Hyundai.
These costumes took some serious work, and I am impressed!
Joss Whedon screened the entire first episode of the ABC series during the show’s Comic-Con panel. Obviously, SPOILERS ahead!
The creator and cast of Veronica Mars arrived at Comic-Con to tease the upcoming feature film, set to be released in early 2014.
Over a 100,000 superfans are in San Diego for Comic-Con this weekend, which begs the question: who is their king? We hit the ground searching, and got a wide range of answers.
“The message of the book is tolerance,” said producer Roberto Orci at Comic-Con. But he gave no answer on the size of Orson Scott Card’s role in the production.
Avengers assemble, Hunters hop in your Impalas, and Whovians grab your favorite companion, because it’s that time of the year! Time to sit and cry about the fact that you’re not at Comic-Con. Again.
Anyone can throw on a store-bought Batman costume and fly to San Diego. But what’s the fun in that? The world needs more Sharknado costumes, people.
There were some religious protests outside of Comic-Con today. Luckily, Hannibal came to the non-cannibal-rescue.
Can you guess who’s getting a new love interest?! The show’s creator gave me the scoop at Comic-Con 2013.
The night before the Con really gets crazy, was still pretty crazy. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… an awesome cosplay outfit.
Hey, can I borrow $500K? Pretty please!
Legendary Pictures has gone all out to promote their new film starring the 59-year-old giant fire-breathing lizard.
Like that moment right after you’ve picked up your badge, and the hellish line was totally worth it.
There is so much going on at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, but here are a few things that really should go down amid the 130,000-plus attendees. (A fan can dream.)
San Diego Comic Con starts this week, but not all of us can afford the tickets — so here are some other places to check off! For nerds it’s probably less of a bucket and more of a vintage lunchbox with matching thermos.
In a statement, Lionsgate trumpets its support of the LGBT community, and promises a “benefit premiere” for their feature film adaptation of Card’s bestselling sci-fi novel.
We gave them a cell phone, they took some selfies, glitter and blood was dumped upon those selfies. The cast was there to talk about Season Three, but Buzzfeed had other plans.
Glitter is making a comeback, you know. Ms. Curry hasn’t forgotten the lost art of angling the camera up and to the left.
And travels back in time with him to 2003. A simpler time, when MySpace ruled the social media landscape. Mr. Smith was at NYCC to talk about Comic Book Men on AMC.
Well this is nightmare fuel. Is Joker wearing Batman’s cowl or did he staple his skin to poor Bruce Wayne’s face? Questions you never thought you’d ponder.
Obviously, the Star Wars movies were very in 1980.
Let everyone’s favorite scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson school you on why it is.
Misogynists just can’t catch a break these days. During the Looper comic-con panel, Levitt accidentally complimented Blunt by insulting everyone else.
Deadpool dances with all your favorite characters at SDCC. Never change, Deadpool. Never change.
He was there to promote Iron Man 3. The man can entertain.
Knowing that he would be too busy to meet every one of his fans over the weekend, Fillion showed up with these.