Circus freaks, zombies and vampires roamed the backlots of Universal Studios to ring in "Halloween Horror Nights," which kicked off Friday with the presentation of the Eyegore Awards.
HBO transformed the outside patio of the Pacific Design Center into an island-themed paradise of gold and pink, complete with fire pits, elevated oasis lounges and towering floral displays. But it…
Tucked away behind the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, a young man's corpse floats in a pool and the serving staff is splattered in blood. This would-be crime scene set the pace for Tuesday's "Dexter…
Comic-Con's party scene officially kicked off Thursday with the Hard Rock Hotel serving as the central hub.
Once again, television has held its own against the film world at Comic-Con. Given the 80-plus TV-related panels, it's safe to say that the smallscreen events outweighed feature film fare at this…
Stan Lee ushered in preview night at Comic-Con with an appearance at Activision's July 20 party, where the gamemaker helped show off "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" and "X-Men: Destiny" titles.
The man, the myth, the legend Bruce Campbell held court in Ballroom 20 both to promote the DVD release of "Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe" and to taunt Comic-Con attendees.
For Showtime's fourth visit to Comic-Con, it's no surprise the network is bringing back "Dexter," given its quirky genre conceit.
For celebrities descending on Comic-Con Intl. this week, San Diego's fan-filled convention center can seem a little daunting.
Films may have hogged the spotlight at Comic-Con Intl. over the years, but TV shows now far outnumber movies at the fanboy fest.
Up on the fourth floor of the Beverly Hilton, NBC Universal and Focus Features held their shindig.