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Hosted by Executive Producers, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, the "Lost" panel at CCI answered questions, asked new questions, featured surprise guests and more.
Who's that alien ladies' man? You'll know will learn more, while a yo-yo wielding youth dazzles, Edgar Wright promises to play nice, plus "Red Sonja," "The Spirit" and more to close out the week.
CBR News checks in with Rose McGowan and Robert Rodriguez to talk about all things Red Sonja, along with updates on the status of McGowan's "Barbarella" and Rodriguez's "Shorts."
At last month’s CCI, CBR News spoke with director Frank Miller, producer Deborah Del Prete and star Samuel L. Jackson about “The Spirit,” the upcoming film based on the comics by Will Eisner.
Marvel banks on more, Dollar Bill speaks his mind, the minds behind the barbarian babe chat it up plus "Green Hornet," "Hulk Versus" and a little film about Bruce Wayne rakes in the dough.
Screenwriter David N. White and director Douglas Aarniokoski talk to CBR News about the upcoming Red Sonja feature film produced by Robert Rodriguez and starring Rose McGowan.
Heating up the bullpen in Metropolis, getting athletic with Seth Rogen and seeing that Steve Rogers knows how to mix it up, plus "Justice League," "The Brave and The Bold" and more.
"The Dark Knight" deflected competition from the crusty "The Mummy" franchise and has now passed the $400 million mark in the US in just 18 days, breaking another record and putting it that much closer to sinking "Titanic."
Don't call it a comeback when a big bad makes his return, Mark Crilley cashes the check, ghosts of comics past are resurrected, plus more from Comic-Con and news on Morgan Freeman.
Seth MacFarlane and the casts and crews of "Family Guy" and "American Dad" met with fans at Comic-Con International to give an inside look into the production of both shows, tease new episodes and talk Star Wars.
Lucasfilm’s Steve Sansweet talked to fans at Comic-Con about the new video game, “The Force Unleashed,” and brought the creative team behind “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” film and TV show to discuss the new projects.
Judd Apatow, James Franco, Kevin Grevioux, Rhona Mitra, Seth Rogen and the casts and crews of Sony’s “Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans” and “Pineapple Express” met with fans at Comic-Con International, and CBR was there.
After 14 months, "24" is coming back with a vengeance, and so is Tony Almeida (again)! Stars Kiefer Sutherland and Carlos Bernard joined the show's writers and producers to meet with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Diana's hitting the web, Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman are cashing the check, David Goyer's talking mutants, plus "Conan," "Gatchaman," "Watchmen," "Iron Man 2" and more.
The "Spaced" panel was full of stories and news on the popular UK comedy, including word on exclusive US commentary tracks, why "Spaced" resonates well with fans and speculation about the future of TV work, Doctor Who and Ant Man.
Cast members John Barrowman, Gareth David-Lloyd and Naoko Mori joined executive producer Julie Gardner at the “Torchwood” panel at Comic-Con to talk about the upcoming third season of BBC’s most popular series ever.
Dark Castle's Joel Silver, Guy Ritchie, Gerard Butler, Jeremy Piven, Idris Elba and other actors and filmmakers met with fans at Comic-Con to discuss the films "Whiteout," "Ninja Assassin," "RockNRolla" and more.
The casts and crews of Universal’s upcoming films “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor,” “Death Race,” “Drag Me To Hell” and “Land Of The Lost” appeared at Comic-Con to show clips and talk about their new movies.
Director McG and the cast of "Terminator: Salvation" gave fans at Comic-Con International a taste of a bleak future with an exhaustive Q&A and presentation of new footage from the Christian Bale-starring film.
The cast and crew of the CW's hit "Smallville" talk to fans at Comic-Con about the upcoming eighth-season, the possibility of Clark finally learning to fly, and the introduction of the Legion Of Super-Heroes by guest writer Geoff Johns.
The filmmakers and stars of "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay" met with their loyal fans at Comic-Con International to discuss the film's innovative DVD features, Neil Patrick Harris and other stoner-related topics.
Cast and crew of the popular CW series "Supernatural" were on hand at Comic- Con International to talk about season four, Dean going to Hell and back, and to show the first five minutes of the new season.
New Watchmen posters, Chronopath versus speedster in a photo standoff, rumors of trouble for Marvel's bullet-ridden requel and one of our own cashes in, plus "Dark Knight" sequel rumors.
Directors Kevin Smith, Judd Apatow, Zach Snyder and Frank Miller met with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss movies, comic books, making movies out of comic books, and all things pop-culture.
As shared at HBO's "True Blood" panel at Comic-Con, vampires are coming out of the closet now that they have the Tru Blood synthetic blood drink, described by producer Alan Ball as like a combo of V8, Valium, Vicodin, and Viagra.
Kevin Smith and the cast and crew of Sci Fi's “Battlestar Galactica” entertained fans at Comic-Con International with recollections and insights into previous seasons and a tease of the final episodes of the popular cable series.
Legendary make-up artist Rick Baker was joined on stage by surprise guests Benicio del Toro and Emily Blunt to speak with Comic-Con attendees about the highly anticipated remake of the classic monster film, "The Wolf Man."
Don't call it a comeback after playing Mr. Spock, while Eddie Brock might suit up, Sam Raimi gets a new gig plus Zack Snyder and Superman, "Whiteout," "Watchmen" and so much more.
From the temperature at which ice water starts to warm, to Pluto's status as a planet, robotic rules and the to the Doppler effect, this panel lived up to it's name with science and pop culture references galore.
John Connor gets angry, Sarah gets down with an Agent, and someone is going to die this season on "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," as Executive Producer Josh Friedman told the crowd at Comic-Con 2008.
The cast and crew of Kids' WB!'s "The Spectacular Spider-Man" met with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss the show's popular first season, tease developments for next year, and talk DVD releases.
Wes Craven's first script in 14 years, inspirational earthquakes, man-eating bugs, haunted sets, and David Goyer's approval of the punking of Gary Oldman were the topics of Rogue Pictures' presentation at Comic-Con International.
One feline female claims Angelina Jolie wants next, it's time to rumble with Frank Castle, IDW spills the beans, plus "Hulk vs. Thor," "Brave and the Bold," and even some "Dr. Horrible" and more.
"The Office" panel at CCI revealed the show's scripting and improvisation process, hints at the upcoming season, and answers the burning question: How Would Dwight react to a robot invasion?
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, cast and crew from the upcoming NBC drama “Kings” talked about the modern-day reinterpretation of “David and Goliath,” and treated fans to the first 20 minutes of the series premiere.
CBR News was on hand last Saturday for Marvel Studios' screening of two episodes from the forthcoming Nicktoons animated series, "Iron Man: Armored Adventures," featuring a teenage Tony Stark.
Joss Whedon was joined by the cast and crew of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" at this year's Comic-Con International to talk about the making of the web musical and what the future holds for the titular singing supervillian.
Could Panthro be a Baby Boy? We wonder while sneaking out some Hugh Jackman footage, taking a look at Themiscira, plus "The Dollhouse," "X-Men: First Class," "Supermax" and so much more.
The cast and crew of NBC's new “Knight Rider” series gathered at Comic-Con International in San Diego to about the new series and give the public their first look at “Attack Mode” K.I.T.T. and talked David Hasselhoff.
CBR News dominates the weekend's cycle by catching the future happening now, the stars of the NBC series in San Diego, the work of John Romita, Jr. come to life, plus so very much more.