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From "Sin City" to the Minutemen, plus Pepper Potts speaks and a "Hero" wants to be Robin, plus "Wonder Woman," "Incredible Hulk" and more.
Boasting an all-star cast and enough special effects to wave a magic wand at, "Stardust" has something for everyone, is extremely entertaining, and true to its graphic novel roots.
CBR News continues our coverage of the "Iron Man" movie, this time with Kevin Feige, Marvel Studio's President Of Production, who also updates us on Edgar Wirght's "Ant-Man" project.
Harvey Dent 2.0? Favreau speaks? News from the autobahn? Today's look at links legends and lies is on line.
From hugs to shoddy personal hygiene, the laughs came fast and furious at the "Who Wants to Be a Superhero?" panel with Executive Producer Stan Lee and the cast.
CBR News continues its talks with the stars of "Iron Man," this time with Gwenyth Paltrow, who's added some spice to the superhero film with her role as Victoria "Pepper" Potts.
A bad man is coming, vampire zombies haunt the military and Neil Gaiman tells all, plus "Hulk" and "Watchmen" data.
Director Jon Favreau sat down with CBR News to discuss out how this "Made" man came to work on "Iron Man." Plus, find out who Favreau sees as the one true Nick Fury.
Sue Storm and Neil Gaiman speak while another Kryptonian appears, plus "Simplicty," "Iron Man" and much more.
CBR News sat down with author Neil Gaiman to discuss the Friday debut of "Stardust" and what medium he'd like to tackle next.
Frank Miller nabs his man, another hunter joins the cast, Stark speaks and so does Alfred and more.
SciFi presented its newest original series, "Flash Gordon," last week at Comic-Con, and CBR News was there to hear from the producers and stars.
"Simplicity," the new documentary about a legend in the field of comics and animation, Alex Toth, was previewed at CCI last week and CBR was there.
A capacity crowd gathered at the start of Saturday's events at CCI in San Diego to meet with the cast and producers of the new "Bionic Woman" TV series and be the first to see the pilot.
At CCI in San Diego, writer/director Tim Sullivan moderated a panel about his horror franchise "2001 Maniacs," with co-writer Chris Kobin and stars Robert Englund and Amy Baniecki.
CCI attendees got a peak at "Wonderfalls" and "Dead Like Me" creator Bryan Fuller's new show, "Pushing Daisies," and spoke with the writer about resurrection, painful relationships, and touching dead people.
"Jericho" fans at Comic-Con were awarded a huge thank you for the "nutty" internet movement that rescued the show from cancellation, and were given a peak at the new season.
What direction will DC's pantheon get? We wonder while pumping iron with Will Smith and struggling to adapt with Neil Gaiman, plus "Smallville" scoops and more.
Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse met with thousands of fans at Comic-Con to discuss the new season of the hit show and reintroduce a long lost cast member.
During CCI, CBR News sat down with "Battlestar Galactica" Co-Executive Producer Mark Verheiden to discuss the show, its future and his other projects like the "Teen Titans" movie.
In the heart of Comic-Con International, CBR discussed all things "Iron Man" with the billionaire industrial playboy himself, Robert Downey, Jr.
Disney previewed at Comic-Con the films "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" and "National Treasure: Book of Secrets," while Pixar talked about their new film, "WALL*E."
Tony Stark brings the pain, Bruce Wayne may be humming a new tune, Joel Silver likes it fast and Mignola makes it visual, plus "Smallville," "Punisher 2" and more.
At Comic-Con International, fans were delighted to speak to series writers about past adventures and find out what's in store for season 7 of the hit action drama "24."
Producer Joel Silver and the cast of CBS' new show "Moonlight" previewed the new vampire drama for the Comic-Con International audience, and CBR News was there.
The cast and crew of "Stargate: SG1" took the stage at Comic-Con International to discuss with fans the first film based on the hit sci-fi television series, "Stargate: The Arc of Truth."
Director Michael Davis and actor Clive Owen premiered "Shoot 'Em Up" at Comic-Con International, while the New Line panel discussed "The Golden Compass" and Jack Black's "Be Kind, Rewind."
The cast speaks their piece, Devil's Due wants to come to your living room, Supergirl and Lois Lane chime in, the Comedian takes a fall and much more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Zombie film hero George A. Romero took the stage with zombie author Max Brooks and writer J, Michael Straczynski for a discussion of "Diary of the Dead" and "World War Z."
Producer Joel Silver introduced interactive Navigational Cinema technology in "Return to House on Haunted Hill" at Comic-Con last weekend, and CBR News was there.
Neil Gaiman, Liv Tyler, Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant were just some guests in a Rogue Pictures panel about kiddy horror, adult horror, and balls…lots of balls.
"Resident Evil: Extinction," "30 Days of Night," "Superbad," and some roaring laughter filled San Diego last weekend, when Judd Apatow, Mila Jovovich, Sam Raimi and more previewed their new films.
A ginormous weekend full of news from San Diego and beyond, with exclusive fun with the Joker, exploding trucks, shiny armor, vampires, snow, interviews, videos, photos and so much more.
Bruce Wayne on "Smallville?" "Never," said the producers and the cast, including the new Supergirl, who came to San Diego Comic Con to talk about the new season of the CW show.
Best. Panel. Ever.
Who better to make movies of Iron Man and Hulk than the company that created them?
The "Heroes" cast and crew held a panel discussion about the show's second season, thanked fans who supported the show and announced a team-up with a fan favorite.
If you like DVDs and have extra time on your hands, these two releases will keep you busy!
A thousand years from now, another reboot shakes up the Legion. Find out what developments the future holds for teenaged Clark Kent and his super friends.
Gotham City is getting awfully crowded, and a team of Warner Animation experts tell us a lot about how the masks and capes crowd's fitting in.