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.
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.
Outsiders arriving in Hollywood with deep pockets, a desire to make movies and a reliance on gut instinct often lose their shirts.
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?
The interests of Hollywood and the journalists who cover the town seldom converge, but the two have much in common regarding their unease toward zealots like the most ardent "Twilight" fans: Studios…
Captain America may have found its General Chester Phillips, this according to AintItCool News. In a recent LeicesterSquareTV interview (below), actress Hayley Atwell says that she's looking forward…
San Diego is sweetening its bid to keep Comic-Con, offering organizers $500,000 in hotel tax revenue to keep the huge pop culture event in the city.
Comic-Con is one step closer to staying in San Diego.