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9 Awesome Comic-Con Interviews

A collection of Matt Zaller's best interviews from Comic-Con 2011. Get the scoop from Jessica Biel, Emma Stone, Kate Beckinsale, Nicolas Cage, Rob Corddry, Paul Sheer, Nick Swardson, Alice Eve, Guy Pearce, Channing Tatum, Gina Carano, Paul Sheer, and "How to Host a Panel with Nar Williams."

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  • Powerful Women Rock the 'Stache

    Is a 'stache the best way to empower women? Matt Zaller gets Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale, and Emma Stone to test the theory out on the red carpet at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.

  • Herpes and Handstands with Alice Eve

    Alice Eve confronts Metacafe's Matt Zaller about herpes, makes him do handstands for her on the press line for The Raven at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.

  • Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

    Matt Zaller on the pressline at San Diego Comic-Con for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and we've only got two words for you: NIC. CAGE.

  • F%&K YOU! Matt Zaller & Nick Swardson

    Matt Zaller on the pressline for 30 Minutes or Less at San Diego Comic-Con and gets Nick Swardson to pale The Situation and now, Matt, in the abs department.

  • The Cast of 'Haywire'

    Matt Zaller on the pressline at San Diego Comic-Con for the Movie 'Haywire' with its stars Gina Carano and Channing Tatum

  • Guy Pearce Doesn't Know His Line

    This is the pressline for the new movie 'Drive'and Matt is going to give Guy Pearce a lesson about knowing your line.

  • Rob Coddry Thinks Matt Zaller is a Good Interviewer

    Matt Zaller and Rob Coddry - both wearing plaid, both funny dudes. And Rob likes the way Matt interviews, do we smell a bromance?

  • Partyin' with Paul Scheer

    Paul Scheer and Matt Zaller take care of this Oliva Munn problem...

  • How to Host a Web Video at Comic-Con

    With little crowd support, Nar Williams and Matt host a disastrous panel on how to host a web video at Comic-Con.