Each year San Diego's Comic-Con, which wrapped Sunday, rolls out an array of top genre stars and helmers, and each year there are unexpected moments for both presenters and auds.
John Davis and the founders of Lola Visual Effects are financing, developing and producing a live-action feature based on Scott Westerfeld's 2005 futuristic novel "Uglies."
Francis Ford Coppola hasn't been to Comic-Con to promote one of his projects since "Bram Stoker's Dracula," in 1992.
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.
Framelight Prods. and producer Howard Rosenman ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") are developing "Sword of Wood" -- a tale of vampires during the Crusades -- from comic book scribe Chuck Dixon.
Andrew Garfield really, really loves Spider-Man, and he doesn't care who knows it.
For a company whose "Pacific Rim," "The Seventh Son," "Paradise Lost" and Mass Effect," have yet to start shooting, Legendary Pictures packed the stage of its first Comic-Con presentation with enough…
DreamWorks brought "Fright Night" to Comic-Con, which opens Aug. 19.
Benderspink and Stephen L'Hereux are going to "Langley High," optioning the upcoming self published comic from creators Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman.
Sony Screen Gems showed off "Underworld: Awakening" and "Attack the Block" during its Hall H panel.
"Jurassic Park 4" is under way with a story in place and should hit theaters in the next 2-3 years, Steven Spielberg told the Hall H crowd at Comic-Con on Friday.