Jamie Lee Curtis made her Comic-Con International debut, joining series co-creator Ryan Murphy and the casts of FX’s “American Horror Story” and Fox’s “Scream Queens.”
The stars and producers of “Supernatural” shared stories from Season 10 and speculated on future developments during their Sunday panel in Hall H.
During its Hall H presentation, Legendary Pictures spotlighted its Godzilla sequel, Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, Duncan Jones’ Warcraft and more.
The studio behind Coraline and ParaNorman brought The Boxtrolls to Comic-Con’s Hall H along with the directors and cast of the animated film.
Brian K. Vaughan and the cast and crew of Under the Dome screened an episode of the CBS sci-fi thriller at Comic-Con, and teased where the adaptation of the Stephen King novel may be heading.
The cast and new showrunner of Alphas offered fans at Comic-Con International a preview of what lies ahead in the second season of Syfy’s super-powered drama.
In one of the most anticipated panels of Comic-Con International, thousands of Firefly fans celebrated the 10th anniversary of the beloved television series with creator Joss Whedon and stars Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk and Sean Maher.
At Comic-Con International to tease her new CW thriller, Sarah Michelle Gellar moves beyond Buffy the Vampire Slayer and pulls double duty as identical twins in Ringer.