Several Comic-Con panels have made their way to the web - thanks to .. technology.
Bruce Dern, Kurt Russell, Amber Tamblyn, Michael Madsen, James Remar, Walton Goggins, Zoe Bell, and Samuel L. Jackson starring
Also, for those of you that watch “Bob’s Burgers” – Bob makes an appearance too!
Tom Hardy stars in the remake of the franchise with George Miller directing.
"If you're asking if I would consider being in the EXPENDABLES franchise - then the answer is yes"
Featuring the voices of Benedict Cumberbatch and John Malkovich
A 3D epic adventure of world-colliding conflict based upon Blizzard Entertainment’s globally-renowned universe
Michael Mann's new cyber-thriller, opening January 16, 2015
“Robert and I are already talking about Sin City 3. so you’d better show up or they won't pay for it"
James Gunn and Chris Pratt make the announcement via video from London
King Kong Lives, thanks to the new union between Legendary and Universal
Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy, Nicholas Hoult and Hugh Keays-Byrne get their own posters!
It doesn't look good for at least one of the Avengers...
Gareth Edwards goes the "Batman v Superman" route with the sequel
Batman meets Superman in a quick, cool teaser!
News straight from Marvel's Hall H presentation in San Diego
Hamill also talking about "the gift" and the "beard" he has for "Star Wars Episode VII"
Pegg may be reuniting with his "Star Trek" director JJ Abrams for "Episode VII"
"There certainly have been conversations" about bringing the '90s hit back to TV screens
The next film in the series - from author James Dashner - is "The Scorch Trials"
Will be sampled on TV and online August 2 before it's official broadcast bow on August 9
Talk from the panel and a roundtable interview for the Marvel series
Fresh from Comic-Con, the trailer for "Horns" starring Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella, James Remar, Joe Anderson, and Kelli Garner.
Nothing unlively about the new trailer AMC released for it's flagship series "The Walking Dead".
Lucy Lawless, Nick Blood and Reed Diamond will join the cast along with Patton Oswalt, who guest-starred in season one
“Arrow” will air on the CW on Wednesdays with younger sibling “The Flash” airing on Tuesdays.
Jonathan Pryce and Keisha Castle-Hughes among the actors joining season 5
Bruce Campbell will be involved in the TV series
Based on the book by Andrew Smith, and being adapted by ''Beautiful Girls'' scribe Scott Rosenberg
Script changes and scheduling conflicts to blame for the loss