Does your heart still hurt at the thought of having missed Edgar Wright's test footage for the theoretical Ant-Man movie? You're not alone. The good news, though, is that someone has found a LEGAL way for us all to see it.
San Diego Comic-Con is right around the corner, and we're finally starting to hear from the big entertainment giants about all the geeky goodies they've got in store. Today, Warner Bros. announced a packed schedule of TV events, including screenings of five new 2012-2013 genre pilots.
Despite a resume full of action films to her name, Brit actress Kate Bekinsale says she's still nervous, and not always graceful, playing kick-ass heroines like her breakthrough role as Selene in the Underworld films.
Comic-Con wouldn't be Comic-Con without an army of Princess Leias, so we know that there's tolerance for skin in San Diego. But apparently, there can be such a thing as too much skin ... at least according to Adrianne Curry, who says that her Aeon Flux costume was too hot for the room.
Do you love Doctor Who's companion Amy Pond? We hope you do, because in that case, we have some awesome news: Karen Gillan will be back for another round of wibbly wobbly timey wimey madness next season!
Looks like Bryan Singer's come up with a way to save us from having to update Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and all our other social media accounts every 30 seconds—why not just stay wired in to each other all the time? Which sounds like it could be a good idea ... until the teaser for H+ shows it might be a nightmare instead.
Doctor Who fans who were in attendance at the Comic-Con panel Sunday got a first exciting look at the trailer showing what's coming up for The Doctor (Matt Smith) and his TARDIS companions in the second half of season six. And we're now bringing it to you. Hitler and all.
We got to see Marvel's character posters for Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Hawkeye this weekend, followed by Nick Fury and Thor. But when will ALL the Avengers assemble?
Remember that Comic-Con protest called to let the suits at DC Comics know exactly what fans thought of their planned company-wide reboot? Well, this afternoon in San Diego, that protest took place. And the first (and for awhile only) protester was the Last Son of Krypton.
The Avengers puzzle is almost complete. Marvel previously released character posters for Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Iron Man and today a few more heroes joined the party. Say hello to Thor and the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.