Parker Posey and Jamie Blackley have joined the cast of Woody Allen’s latest. The movie, currently shooting in Rhode Island, stars Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone.
Coming Soon have a nice write-up on the footage Disney screened from the upcoming “Big Hero 6” at Comic-Con.
A new behind-the-scenes video for “Pixels”, hosted by Peter Dinklage’s character, has been released.
Chris Nolan and Matthew McConaughey made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con today to unveil the new trailer for “Interstellar”.
20th Century Fox has released the first images from “Hitman : Agent 47”, which stars Rupert Friend in the title role.
Stan Lee has lost his voice, so he won’t be at Comic-Con this year.
Collider has an informative summation of the Comic-Con panel for “The Giver”.
MTV has renewed “Teen Wolf” for a 20-episode fifth season.
Uma Thurman has joined the cast of Bradley Cooper’s “Adam Jones” (formerly known as “Chef”).
Chris Evans is offering Comic-Con attendees the chance to catch his new film “Snowpiercer” in their hotel rooms.
July 24, 2014 (San Diego, CA) – RADiUS, in conjunction with Sonifi Solutions – the leading service in hospitality entertainment – are targeting the enormous fanbase of genre entertainment at Comic-Con with something a little more personal.
Across Sonifi’s entire San Diego footprint, Comic-Con hotel guests are turning on their televisions to be greeted by SNOWPIERCER star Chris Evans, welcoming them to the convention and offering them the chance to see the film in the comfort of their own room.
This direct-address call out marks the first time RADiUS or Sonifi have ever done a Comic-Con promotion of this kind.
The highly buzzed about, critically acclaimed SNOWPIERCER is currently in theaters, on demand and on iTunes.
Talk from the “24” Panel at Comic-Con is that a film based on the TV series could be still on the cards.
The trailer for “The Death of Superman Lives; What Happened?”, a documentary about the making of the ill-fated “Superman” movie that Tim Burton was helming, is online.
Don’t worry Andrew Garfield, “The Amazing Spider-Man 3” won’t be a complete do-over.
The Soska Sisters (“American Mary”) will direct “Painkiller Jane”, based on Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada’s comic.