BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Thanks to the support of the fans here at the San Diego Convention Center, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become not only one of the most popular film franchises of all time, but also one of the most successful (already placing two films on the top five list of all-time box office earners worldwide).But that’s not the only reason people around here in Hall H are buzzing.
I woke up this morning with no idea of what Con was going to be, and now I have a better idea of what Con is going to be, but feel a little bad for being semi-attracted to an underage Pikachu (you'll see - why'd she have to make a cute face?)
That time of year has come once again. In a couple weeks nerds from around the globe will be descending upon the southern California for the annual San Diego Comic-Con. Just as they do every year, all of the major studios will be bringing their biggest upcoming titles to show off footage and get people excited for their future blockbusters. We’ve been hearing rumors for a while now about which movies will be making their way to the convention center and which movies won’t...
We went through the exhibition floor with a laser-like focus on all the movie and TV exclusives, which ranged from a replica of the new bike featured in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance to an exact replica of the mockingjay pin worn by Katniss in The Hunger Games
San Diego Comic Con's Saturday Schedule Delivers Immortals, Snow White And The Huntsman And Much More
For the past couple of days the schedule for San Diego Comic Con has been finding its way online. Wednesday through Friday already promises titles ranging from Fright Night to Twilight to Prometheus and now the Saturday schedule has been posted and features even more titles headed to the big event.
There's a ton going on all over the massive convention center, of course, but like a lot of people we're pretty focused on the doings in Hall H, which on Friday will kick off at 11 a.m. with a TBA presentation from Paramount about this December's The Adventures of TinTin
Talking alongside his wife and producer Deborah Snyder, Zack revealed maybe more than he was supposed to-- I don't know for sure, of course, since I haven't seen the movie
Hemsworth also described the feeling of being onstage just hours earlier when the full Avengers cast lined up for the first time, and answered a last-minute question about the appearance of the rainbow bridge
We'll be bringing you the full collection of interviews today, and first up are director Kenneth Branagh and producer (and Marvel chief) Kevin Feige, talking about the difference the budget makes for the director
Read below to learn how Universal took over the Con with an indie-rock hero, how Captain America and Cowboys & Aliens schooled The Green Lantern, and why The Avengers
He didn't exactly answer the Avengers question, dodging with an "I don't know if I'm allowed to tell you," but that might be plenty of confirmation in itself
I also hit the exhibition floor for the first time since Wednesday and snapped photos of some cool stuff we had missed-- action figures from Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, a giant Bumblebee and Voldemort
Amid the big Comic Con announcements and footage showed for Marvel's Captain America and Thor and DC's Green Lantern came a superhero a little odder, and maybe a lot more inventive, than the rest
Take a look below as we dissect Thor's possible new origin story, how the Captain America footage destroyed what the Green Lantern offered earlier in the day
Michael Parks isn't the most notable name in the world, but if you know the works of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino you know his face. One of the most distinct characters of their universe, he is