With both Warner Bros. and Marvel Studios slated for panel time in the San Diego Convention Center Saturday for this year’s Comic-Con, sparks were sure to fly as the two superhero heavies revealed looks at the next phases in their quests to conquer the pop culture world. But who left the biggest mark on the geek masses?
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After “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” put the launch of the DC/Warner Bros. universe on shaky ground, the studio came back swinging at Comic-Con Saturday armed with movie stars, brand new footage and a sense of humor.
The hordes of zombies, legions of Stormtroopers, leagues of superheroes and crews of Starfleet officers are crawling, marching, flying and beaming around San Diego for that other big convention this week: Comic-Con International.
With the threequel “Star Trek Beyond” opening Friday, here’s a look at some truly rancid threequels that really were the worst in their respective franchises.
Legendary Entertainment has won the rights to a Pokemon movie and is partnering with the Pokemon Company to launch the first live-action Pokemon film franchise with a “Detective Pikachu” movie.
Garry Marshall may be best known for gifting the world great comedies, from “Happy Days” to “Pretty Woman,” but he also had a lesser-known talent: launching the careers of famous actors. Since Marshall’s death at 81 on Tuesday, Hollywood stars have been flocking to social media to thank the director for giving them a chance. Here’s a look at 10 people who could thank him for their careers.
Milo Yiannopoulos, a conservative writer who once crashed a White House press briefing, was permanently suspended from Twitter on Tuesday night.
Writer-director Garry Marshall, whose hits include “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “Pretty Woman” and “Runaway Bride” has died at 81.
Red carpets, like the one that took place at Caesars Palace on Monday for the U.S. premiere of “Jason Bourne,” may look glamorous. They are not. They’re the worst.
“The Secret Life of Pets,” an animated feature from Comcast Corp.’s Universal Pictures, topped the box office for a second weekend in a row, beating Sony Corp.’s female-led remake of “Ghostbusters.”
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos got to live out every Trekkie’s fantasy by playing an alien in the new “Star Trek” movie.
It seems like the “Force Awakens” hangover has barely worn off, yet it’s already time to start the marketing blitz for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”
Relax. The much-maligned new version of “Ghostbusters” isn’t going to ruin your childhood. But it may put a damper on your night out.
Warren Beatty’s long-gestating Howard Hughes movie finally has a trailer.
The Las Vegas native, best known until recently as one of the twisted minds behind the Freakling Bros. Haunted Houses, opens his first feature film, “Outlaws and Angels,” Friday at AMC Town Square and on video on demand.
Ever wonder what your pets do while you’re at work all day? Me neither. But that’s the premise of the thoroughly entertaining “The Secret Life of Pets,” which offers nearly as much for grown-ups as it does kids.
It may be the biggest hullabaloo involving a rose since JoJo kept inexplicably giving them to Chad this season on the “Bachelorette.”
It’s Dory’s ocean. The rest of the movies are just swimming in it. The Pixar sequel “Finding Dory” led the box office for the third straight weekend.
Matthew McConaughey is heading back to school this fall to teach a course on filmmaking at the University of Texas at Austin.
It isn’t quite the bungle in the jungle the trailers make it out to be, but “The Legend of Tarzan” still has to be considered a swing and amiss.
A 21-year-old man has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after he was stabbed inside a Santa Rosa movie theater.
This weekend is shaping up to be a gas at local movie theaters.
Matt Damon spent six weeks tearing up the Strip earlier this year while filming “Jason Bourne,” so it’s only fitting that he’s returning to the scene of his on-screen crimes for the movie’s premiere.
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