A Daytime Emmy nomination, Season 1 on DVD and Season 2 in the works and performing in front of 10,000 Belgians: Aside from the occasional encounter with an archenemy, it’s pretty awesome to be an Aquabat.
Following their Hall H presentation at Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey discussed the film’s new cinema tech and what it might do to the kids’ heads.
MAD producer Mark Marek and writer Marly Halpern-Graser spoke at Comic-Con International about how they keep the parodies fresh for Cartoon Network’s animated sketch-comedy series.
Stars Elijah Wood and Jason Gann joined an audience at Comic-Con International for a screening of the season finale of FX’s quirky comedy Wilfred
After almost two decades of touring as a band, the alternative rock superheroes, led by MC Bat Commander, take over the small screen with The Aquabats! Super Show!
Conan the Barbarian stars Jason Momoa, Stephen Lang and Rachel Nichols discuss the blood, sweat and bruises that went into making the Marcus Nispel-directed film, which opens today.
The director came to Comic-Con International with plenty of news in tow, including updates on sequels to Sin City and Machete, and announcement of a Heavy Metal and the creation of a Frank Frazetta art gallery in Texas.
Angelina Jolie, Liev Schreiber and others appeared at Comic-Con International to talk about “Salt,” performing stunts, and how the spy thriller differs from Jolie’s other action movies.
At Comic-Con International, Sony Pictures unveiled a sneak peek at “Battle: Los Angeles,” its March 2011 alien-invasion drama that pits Marines — Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez, among them — against an otherworldly menace in a first-person shooter scenario. “It’s like ‘Black Hawk Down’ with aliens,” the director says.
Guillermo del Toro and Troy Nixey gave the audience at Comic-Con International plenty of reasons to keep the lights on with the presentation for their remake of “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.”
The director and cast of “Let Me In” previewed their vampire movie at Comic-Con International, and offered a defense for making an Americanized version of Swedish horror masterpiece “Let the Right One In.”
Stars Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes and director Adam McKay kept the Hall H audience laughing Friday during The Other Guys presentation at Comic-Con International.