Don’t fight over seats, people.
The Destiny’s journey continues on Tuesday nights.
Familiar faces returning, too.
Solo captured at last …
Avengers, assemble! (more)
The end is nigh for the boy wizard …
In brightest day, in blackest night …
6,000 fans get a 3-D partial preview.
Helen Mirren with automatic weapons? I’m so there!
These are not your father’s programs.
The erstwhile “Hobbit” helmer “not returning Eddie Murphy’s calls,” promises true fright delight.
Robert Rodriguez loves Comic-Con, but the San Diego Convention Center is just too limiting. So the filmmaker decided to unveil his new movie, “Machete,” at a street-corner party instead.
It started with chants of “Rocky, Rocky,” and ended with Sylvester Stallone accepting accolades Thursday from the Guinness Book of World Records for creating the most successful sports franchise in film history: “Rocky.”
J.J. Abrams, Whedon talk pop culture at Comic-Con
Before Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams got too deep into a discussion about pop culture, Whedon confirmed some major Marvel news: He’s directing “The Avengers.”
The “Megamind” star kicked things off in costume.
The follow-up film to 1982’s “Tron” wowed the high-tech crowd at Comic-Con.
She wasn’t in 3-D. She wasn’t computer generated. She wasn’t even wearing a costume.
The frenetic flick based on the comic series of the same name screened for lucky fans.
Arizona’s own convention guru Lee Whiteside on what to expect.
Gentlemen, set your phasers to “shut up.”
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