It's Comic-Con week, which means that Hollywood is ready to unleash a slew of comicbook adaptation deals.
Television critics collectively freaked out two summers ago, when ABC held back an announcement the producers of "Lost" intended to unveil at Comic-Con.
When "Futurama" returns to TV next year, it might be without the show's original voice cast.
Anyone with a cursory knowledge of polling knows that researchers go to great lengths to produce statistically significant samples. By contrast, reading unscientific opt-in surveys -- say, the poll…
Comic-Con is starting to look a little more like TV-Con. Networks and studios plan to tubthump more shows than ever at the annual confab set for July 23-26 at the San Diego Convention Center.
G4 will broadcast a "Star Wars" panel at Comic-Con in July, marking the first televised panel in the San Diego fest's history.
Anime properties such as "Transformers," "Speed Racer" and "Avatar" (the latter announced for M. Night Shyamalan to direct) may make for obvious tentpole fodder now, but the medium took decades to…
Apparently fed up about spending his summer with men in tights and armor, New York Times film critic A.O. Scott peevishly weighed in against comicbook movies, expressing "a hunch, and perhaps a hope"…
For Hollywood, Comic-Con has become a hype factory for its TV shows and movies, giving marketing mavens a valuable platform to get the word out early about new projects.
Bryan Singer's Bad Hat Harry Prods. has teamed with Radical Pictures to develop a live-action feature from "Freedom Formula," a five-issue comicbook series created by Edmund Shern.
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