Audiences at San Diego Comic-Con are always the lucky recipients of something special. In the case of Hall H it's usually a first look at a highly-anticipated trailer or some other footage. Sometimes studios release it online afterward and sometimes not, and in the case of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, some fans at home were upset to learn they wouldn't see the SDCC footage. Director James Gunn explains why.
The Warner Bros. movie universe has just cast Kiersey Clemons as Iris West for The Flash starring Ezra Miller. The film is set to be directed by Rick Famuyiwa who also directed the actor in his critically acclaimed Dope.
Marvel made a big show of their upcoming movies at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend releasing new footage and introducing new actors to the MCU. But the director of one of its most controversial films to date, Doctor Strange, probably had the most important comment of the convention.
Every year cosplayers descend on the San Diego convention center like colorful locusts. From franchises we’ve all heard of to obscure costumes recognized by only a handful of diehard fans, no piece of pop culture is too big or too small to inspire an outfit. But why should cosplayers be forced to represent only ONE of their favorite things?
After the jump, check out a dozen folks HitFix Harpy ran into at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 who refused to be boxed in by convention. Crossover cosplay can be impressive, silly, or just plain confusing (I should never be attracted to a Predator, should I?)
When Harrison Ford broke his leg on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2014, it could have been worse. A lot worse.
Joss Whedon was at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend and spoke about the idea of making a Black Widow solo film with Scarlett Johansson. As a fun bonus, a Marvel panel revealed a never-before-seen MCU screentest he directed.
If you’ve been around here for a while, you know I’m a big fan of DC Comics’ Poison Ivy. So when I got to announce Ivy’s miniseries earlier this year, I was so excited to see Dr. Pamela Isley stand in the spotlight.
There is a select but growing group of actors who have been in projects from both of the major comic book companies, Marvel and DC.