"New Moon" brought new energy to San Diego Comic-Con in 2009, further broadening the appeal of the once-fanboy-centric showcase.
Panels include 'Tron,' 'Megamind,' 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,' 'The Green Lantern' and more.
Comic-Con is just around the corner, meaning Hollywood's glitterati will soon be schlepping down to San Diego to rub elbows (albeit from a safe distance) with 125,000 enthusiastic fans and rabid…
by Erin Maxwell "I went to Comic-Con and all I got were 28 t-shirts, 15 posters, 45 key rings and a large duffle bag with Michael Cera's face on it." — Anonymous geek Between the panels, the…
Stan Winston may no longer be creating creatures at his studio, but the late special effects vet's pet projects could live on through a new licensing deal with Shevick*Zupon Entertainment.
This week, nerds rule.
Outsiders arriving in Hollywood with deep pockets, a desire to make movies and a reliance on gut instinct often lose their shirts.
Pay television is increasingly discovering the value of visiting strange and exotic worlds. And no, that isn't a reference to Baltimore or New Orleans.
After turning to comicbooks as a source for tentpoles, "Wanted" producer Jason Netter is getting into the publishing biz, launching Kickstart Comics.
As thousands converge on Comic-Con July 22-25, there's a long gestating question that increasingly is in need of an answer in Hollywood: Just who owns the superheroes?