Finally Black Panther and Captain Marvel are arriving in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — as well as Inhumans and Avengers: Infinity War. But Hulk and Black Widow are apparently not getting their own stand-alone movies any time soon.
Shailene Woodley tells BuzzFeed she insisted her character be wig-free in the second film of the Divergent trilogy. And Theo James calls the movie “so much bigger.”
Turns out its new director, Peyton Reed, is a bona fide geek — he’s been coming to Comic-Con since 1994.
Plus: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets a release date.
Oscar nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes joins the HBO fantasy drama, along with Jonathan Price, Alexander Siddig, and six others. Season 5 just got a lot more real.
HAHAHA I’M NOT AT COMIC CON AND IT’S FINE IT’S TOTALLY FINE. I’M FINE.
Get a sneak peek at The CW’s upcoming superhero series The Flash — only on BuzzFeed.
UPDATED: Now with the new trailer! Nolan and star Matthew McConaughey made their first ever appearances at San Diego Comic-Con to support their sci-fi film. It was such a big deal, it overshadowed The Rock.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
Our time has come friends.
Charisma Carpenter wins Throwback Thursday with a photo of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast at their first San Diego Comic-Con appearance.
Despite its death knell January release date. After all, who doesn’t love Julianne Moore as an shape-shifting witch dragon?
For those of you who haven’t been following along all weekend.
These tiny little superheroes and villains will melt your heart.
Also: Guardians of the Galaxy looks funny! And Captain America: The Winter Soldier looks good!
Lionsgate premiered the new trailer at Comic-Con, and yes, shirtless Finnick is in it.
For the Horde! There’s only one way Legendary Pictures can successfully blend cartoon fantasy and realistic battles.
Warner Bros. just made DC Comics best bromance official at Comic-Con.
Brace yourselves, marshmallows. Looks like all that hard-earned Kickstarter money is going to good use.
Jason Momoa stormed the stage, kissed Emilia Clarke and declared that he wasn’t dead, surprising the Game of Thrones cast and thousands of ecstatic fans.
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.
Joss Whedon screened the entire first episode of the ABC series during the show’s Comic-Con panel. Obviously, SPOILERS ahead!
For the first time a season — or book — will not be named for an element. While the first season focused on the technological advancement, the second appears to take a turn for the mystical.
Just another day, killing zombies and dealing with duplicitous backstabbing fellow survivors. You know — same old, same old.
Riddick Smiddick. This is the news everyone will be talking about.