More than ever, the 2007 edition of Comic-Con has become a must-attend event for most major nets and TV studios.
Starting July 26, the entertainment universe won't revolve around Hollywood. It's moving to San Diego. That's because, more than ever, studios will be rushing to Comic-Con with previews of upcoming…
Comic-Con is a must for stars and studios pushing product to genre-conscious auds, but not every convention can boast attendance equal to the population of a small city.
Hollywood's gearing up to make its annual trek down to San Diego's Comic-Con to court the geeks with its wares-- but count Fox out.
Hollywood brought fewer tentpoles to the floor of Comic-Con, but the fanboy nation and a battalion of stormtroopers packed the exhibition floor and crowded sessions for "Snakes on a Plane,"…
Pow! Comicbook heroes aren't just minting green for Hollywood.
Do the geeks still matter? Even as Comic-Con attendance soars past 100,000 and Hollywood spends more time and energy courting and coddling geekdom, it's a fair question.
"Iron Man" will come to the small screen before it hits the megaplex. Marvel is developing an "Iron Man" cartoon skein for next fall, months before the Jon Favreau-helmed "Iron Man" is scheduled to…
Oscar-nominated scribe Daniel Clowes is adapting his Eisner-winning story "Death Ray" for Jack Black's Black and White shingle. Black will produce and take a small role. Black will produce and take a…
Thesp Doug Jones found a bright way to address Internet rumors that's he starring in Fox's "Fantastic Four" sequel.
Warner Bros. Pictures is giving new life to DC Comics cult favorite "Doom Patrol," about a band of superheroes with freakish powers, with Akiva Goldsman producing the bigscreen adaptation through his…