Andrew Garfield may be almost 30 years old, and he may be British, and he may not have been the random famous name we were eyeing when it came time to cast a new actor to play Spider-Man. But damned if he's not taking the character and running with it, not only turning in a performance in The Amazing Spider-Man...
The 20th Century Fox panel is a bit of a mystery at the moment. We know we'll see The Wolverine and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. But will Fox surprise us with X-Men and Fantastic Four news?
We’re still not entirely sure who’ll be on the Hunger Games panel, with the studio only teasing “talent” from the movie. You’d have to guess Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth will be in attendance, along with director Francis Lawrence.
The film in which Batman and Superman will finally meet, which Zack Snyder confirmed today at Comic-Con, is technically a sequel to Man of Steel, and that means there will be a lot of familiar faces returning who don't wear a black cowl. In a press release today Warner Bros. confirmed not only that Batman will appear in the film
We're just hours away from the start of the Warner Bros. Comic-Con panel, but it's never too late for a crazy rumor about what's in store! The LA Times has it from "two sources with knowledge of the movie" that Warner Bros. will be announcing a Superman and Batman team-up film, with plans for release in 2015
Gutierrez says the film will begin prepping in October, and they hope for a production start in the early months of 2014. I’m more excited about it now than I’ve ever been, but I still have my reservations.
Cobie Smulders is already Agent Maria Hill in the Marvel universe, and now she gets to be Wonder Woman! OK, technically she's only Wonder Woman in Lego form, as she's been added to the upcoming The Lego Movie, which broke the news during their Comic-Con panel today. She's not alone, either-- Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are on board as well, with Tatum voicing Superman (of course) and Hill jumping in as the Green Lantern. Again, entirely in Lego form
Just as we did on Day 1 and Day 2, we've walked the floor to find the best costumes, props and other cool stuff brought by fans. Check out the gallery below and let us know your favorites! Keep coming back for much more Comic-Con coverage where that came from.
San Diego Comic-Con’s entire programming schedule is filled with great stuff from the film world – tons of which we’ve been seeing all this week – but there’s no question that Saturday is cinema’s biggest day with the throngs of geeks in Hall H. Just about every panel that comes through the convention center’s biggest space today will deliver sneak peeks at some of the biggest blockbusters coming up this year. And the party all starts with Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures showing what they got. God
Because X-Force is one of those Marvel teams that existed in several different versions, with characters such as Wolverine, Storm and Cyclops dropping in an out as they interacted with lesser-known characters such as Sunspot and Warpath, I wanted to know what version of the team Wadlow wanted to pursue. Specifically, I asked him about the importance of team leader Cable to his draft.
The World of Warcraft movie, which was unofficially announced back in January and caused at least a few gamers some big concern, has now totally, officially been confirmed
Given that a lot of us helped pay for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, it only makes sense that we get a look at what's in store even while the movie is shooting. And while the attendees at the movie's Comic-Con panel yesterday actually got face time with the cast, the five-minute preview for the film that showed in Hall H is now available for the rest of us to see above.
What follows is a spirited, in-depth conversation about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and the world that Webb is trying to build on screen. I held very little back in terms of specifics, and Webb was as gracious and open as he could be … while still trying to protect the integrity of his sequel.
If day one of Comic-Con is a bit awkward as the newbies are being initiated into the fold and the veterans are preparing to nosedive back into the pool of chaotic nerdiness, day two is full on Comic-Con, any last stragglers be damned. There’s more people in costume. There’s more high profile panels, and there’s more unabashed geekiness everywhere.
The footage, to coin a phrase, was amazing. The panel was light and unstructured, but the footage reel sizzled (pun probably intended). Electro is going to be a formidable villain, very cinematic and bursting with energy. Spidey’s sarcastic humor is front and center, and the seeds for a larger story are being laid.