With tickets and hotel rooms sold out for San Diego Comic-Con this summer, a closer alternative -- produced by the same organizers of SDCC -- is taking place in Anaheim today through Sunday.
San Diego has secured Comic-Con through 2016.
Over the past six years, New York Comic Con has operated in the shadows of San Diego's own fanfest given its smaller attendance figures and the relatively lower profile of the properties showcased at…
For the first time in recent memory, a straight-up horror film -- Warner Bros. and New Line's "The Conjuring" -- will bow during the heart of summer, a result of scary-good test screening results.
"The Twilight Saga" producers Mark Morgan and Imprint Entertainment-chief Michael Becker have joined the Vladar Co. to produce the film adaptation of Arcana Comics' upcoming graphic novel "Head…
Winning the prize for the most exposure at Comic-Con this year was the cast of MTV's "Teen Wolf," with the thesps making the rounds of the confab's party circuit all week in San Diego when they…
The nerds may come to Comic-Con for the comicbooks, collectibles and chance to meet the creators of their favorite properties, but much of Hollywood also has the parties to hit up in San Diego.
Does Comic-Con really matter anymore? That was the question around Hollywood in the weeks leading up to the nerd prom after Paramount, Fox and Universal all dropped out.
There's no confining TV at Comic-Con now.
Marvel has titled two of their upcoming sequels: ''Captain America: The Winter Soldier'' and ''Thor: The Dark World.''
Warner Bros. literally needed to add more screens to Hall H, inside the San Diego Convention Center, to present its slate of tentpoles at Comic-Con, that included ''Man of Steel,'' ''Godzilla,''…
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