When Wired decided to go to Comic-Con six years ago, the magazine came up with an interesting way to be part of the annual fanfest without having to actually join the masses that pack the San Diego…
In the days before "Elysium" opened last week, a handful of right-wing news outlets attacked the film for being "sci-fi socialism."
With interest in Comic-Con growing each year, consumer brands have literally paired up with Hollywood to court the same audience making the trip to San Diego each year. Best Buy and Qualcomm will…
Revivals succeed when classics are given a contemporary spin that appeals to today's audiences. Hotelier and developer Avi Brosh (Palihouse and Palihotel) boasts a history of breathing new life into…
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.
While Hollywood doesn't want what happens at Comic-Con to stay in San Diego, given the amount of money it's spending to promote projects, the barrage of marketing messages during packed panel…
With Comic-Con having outgrown its convention center home in San Diego, Hollywood is taking more of its presentations outdoors this year.
For celebrities descending on Comic-Con Intl. this week, San Diego's fan-filled convention center can seem a little daunting.
Imagine a premiere on any given night in Hollywood. Then multiply that by at least five.
Two decades after the birth of a free-spirited, pyrotechnic festival on a beach in San Francisco, the "burners" are still coming back to burn the man.
Twentieth Century Fox has attached Luc Besson ("The Fifth Element") to produce the big-budget "WW3.com" and is in negotiations with Jon Bokenkamp ("Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows") to rewrite the…