Nerd alert: In July, crazy fanboys in "Star Wars" costumes will run across the Golden Gate Bridge holding lightsabers and wearing crazy grins across their faces.
Chris Hardwick wasn't getting the kind of work he wanted in 2010, so he made a bold gamble: Rather than desperately seek out audiences, he'd let them come to him.
Legendary Entertainment has purchased Nerdist Industries.
Nerdist Industries and Fangoria magazine have paired to produce "Blood and Guts," a Web series hosted by Anthrax founder Scott Ian that will stream on Nerdist's YouTube channel.
YouTube programming czar Robert Kyncl aims to succeed by avoiding some of the pitfalls where competitors from Netflix to Yahoo may be headed.
Comic-Con's party scene officially kicked off Thursday with the Hard Rock Hotel serving as the central hub.
There's no prom at Comic-Con, but if there was, Chris Hardwick could be crowned king.
There's hardly a nerd Gareb Shamus doesn't like.
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