Robert Rodriguez has acquired fearture rights to sci-fi fantasy magazine Heavy Metal and plans to develop a large-scale media project and a new animated film.
Though Disney and Warner Bros. aren't doing major presentations and staples like "Twilight" are winding down with their final installments, Thursday's opening of Comic-Con saw the fanboy confab…
Fox used its Hall H presentation to promote "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," "In Time" and "Prometheus."
Mandalay Vision has picked up the film rights to Zenescope Entertainment's graphic novel "The Piper," and has tapped Adam Alleca ("Last House on the Left") to pen the script adaptation of the horror…
"Twilight" has always been about the big, long tease.
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.
Superman will be back on June 14, 2013 with Warner Bros. selecting that date for the opening of "Man of Steel" -- six months later than what had been tentatively planned.
Longtime Robert Rodriguez collaborator Carlos Gallardo and Kevin Eastman, co-creator of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," have paired up to exec produce "Zombie Apocalypse," from tyro scribe and helmer…
For Showtime's fourth visit to Comic-Con, it's no surprise the network is bringing back "Dexter," given its quirky genre conceit.
With most of the major superheroes spoken for, the latest round of deals for the film rights to comicbooks is signaling a new trend in adaptations being developed for the bigscreen.
After conquering the film, TV and novel world, writer/director/producer Guillermo del Toro is setting his sights on his childhood love: comic books.