The veteran actor joined author Lois Lowry and young stars Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush for a special preview of the film that took him two decades to bring to the screen.
Entertainment Weekly’s “Women Who Kick Ass” presentation assembled actresses Katey Sagal, Sarah Paulson, Tatiana Maslany, Nicole Beharie, Maisie Williams and Natalie Dorme.
Making their Comic-Con debuts, Benedict Cumberbatch and John Malkovich discussed The Penguins of Madagascar, while Jim Parsons teased his role in 2015’s Home.
The Evil Dead filmmaker joined the Last of Us creator to discuss the big-screen adaptation, with eye on the game’s “human relationships,” and a possible role for Maisie Williams.
During a free-spirited fan Q&A at Comic-Con International, the stars and producers of the hit HBO drama fielded questions about death, the novels and George R. R. Martin’s reputation as a character-killer.
Once Upon a Time co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis discuss the third season, the two-hour finale and characters that have yet to appear on the fairy-tale drama.
At WonderCon Anaheim, showrunner Rockne S. O’Bannon and actors Elizabeth Mitchell and Stephen Collins previewed this season’s final four episodes.
Appearing at WonderCon Anaheim, executive producer Brannon Braga and star Shane West discussed the new WGN America drama, which puts a new twist on the historical witch trials.
American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy kicked off the closing night of PaleyFest by announcing that Michael Chiklis will join the fourth season of the hit FX anthology series.
The crew of the upcoming Disney animated feature Frozen offered fans a tantalizing sneak peak at the film as the directors and select members of the animation staff revealed never before seen footage, early animation tests and design illustrations.
Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis entertained rabid fans of ABC’s Once Upon a Time at the D23 Expo with a discussion on the series’ trip to Neverland and a sneak peak at Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.
Writers of the hit CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a peek into their process and a few hints about Season 7, and field a question from a mysterious audience member.