Outlander has arrived at Comic-Con! The Starz series was showcased rather prominently on the show floor, and as you can see in the photos, it's a castle! The excellent display caught our attention and we stopped by to grab some photos.
Lionsgate carved out a little corner of the Convention Center floor for a sizeable Hunger Games exhibit, handing out posters to excited fans and allowing crowd members to post with Peacekeepers. Traitors!
In just a little over a week, Marvel Studios will be taking movie-goers on an adventure though the cosmos. James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy is set to rocket into theaters next weekend, and while the film won't be featured as part of this year's Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-Con, that doesn't mean that it doesn't have some presence at the annual geek-a-thon.
When it comes to show floor displays at San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead can usually be relied on to provide a pretty fantastic zombie-filled display and this year is no exception. We passed by the booth during Preview night and grabbed some photos of the set-up. As you can see in the image above, the train-track tunnel featured in the fourth season of The Walking Dead was part of the set-up for the walk through and photo opportunity for fans of the AMC drama.
The show floor of San Diego Comic-Con is always packed with all kinds of cool stuff. Various dealers and booths have all kinds of cool comics, toys and gadgets for fans to buy, and big companies and studios pack their booths with special display cases and presentations. There's always something to see, and this year one of those things was the brand new Batman costume that will be worn by Ben Affleck in the upcoming blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Comic-Con is the most over-the-top, uncontrollable fan event of the year. Itís an absolute positive zoo filled with huge celebrities, screaming fans and obnoxious lines. Seriously. Youíve definitely heard about the Comic-Con lines before, but if youíve never been there, thereís no way for you to know how truly insane they are in the flesh. So, let me do my best to illustrate whatís already happening.
Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron is coming to San Diego Comic-Con in a big way this week. As we learned back in Junet, the blockbuster's entire cast will be present in Hall H during the big Marvel Studios panel on Saturday, and it's highly likely that they will be showing off some footage from the film as well. But that's not all, as the studio has just released two brand new pieces of concept art to coincide with the geektacular event.
Max (Tom Hardy) isnít even on a road in the image, parking Maxís beast of an automobile on the outskirts of a desert wasteland as he overlooks his next, seemingly physical challenges.
This winter will see the final installment of The Hobbit film series released in theaters with The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies. But with Comic-Con hitting this week, Peter Jackson is eager to start sharing some images from the highly-anticipated completion to his latest trilogy.
This year's San Diego Comic-Con is going to be jam-packed with all kinds of huge comic book movie news. While nothing has been officially confirmed, fans around the world are expecting to hear big announcements from both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros./DC Comics, whom we expect to confirm new projects and perhaps even reveal a few new casting choices. Unfortunately, there is at least one 2015 superhero flick that we won't be seeing anything from at this year's big expo: Josh Trank's The Fantastic Four.
Because Universal Pictures doesn't have a presentation scheduled at Hall H this year, it's very unlikely that we will be getting the chance to see footage from Jurassic World this week - but that doesn't mean that the gigantic geek fest won't have any dinosaur presence.
The Walking Dead Season 5 has a new banner, and just in time for Comic-Con. The latest artwork for the AMC zombie drama depicts some of the main characters in handcuffs inside the train car. And unsurprisingly, their eyes are on the exit.
How did a basement event with 300 people sprawl to a sold out spectacular that dominates pop culture conversation across television and the internet for a solid week each summer? That's precisely the question the video above answers while giving us a look back at the history and earliest days of San Diego Comic-Con.
I went ahead and recorded a Monday Movie Memo mapping out when the biggest panels are expected to run at San Diego Comic-Con, so that you know when Ė in general Ė to expect major news stories to break on our site. There are a handful of panels that are canít-miss events.
Mass Effect fans will get more details on the series' fourth chapter this week. BioWare is holding a panel discussion this week about Mass Effect 4's development.