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Scheduling conflicts have lead Michael Keaton and J.K. Simmons to exit Legendary’s King Kong origin film. Star Tom Hiddleston remains.
Amid the avalanche of variant covers, action figures and statuettes, the true must-have exclusive may be KFC’s "The Colonel’s Adventure Comics."
Director Robert Zemeckis vows that he and co-writer Bob Gale will never allow a remake of the beloved sci-fi comedy.
Jack Coleman is back as Noah Bennet, joined in the new images by Danika Yarosh, Ryan Guzman and Francesca Eastwood.
Armor and costume fabricator Prince Armory has revealed a beautiful one-of-a-kind Asgardian Iron Man suit, made from leather and brass hardware.
Comic covers ranging from "Detective Comics" #27 to "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" #85 to "Wolverine" #1 receive the LEGO treatment from one enterprising fan.
Jason Clarke takes center stage as resistance leader John Connor in the latest clip from the "Terminator" franchise reboot.
Some San Diego hoteliers are reportedly unwilling to sign off on a deal to maintain the same number of hotel rooms at the same discounted rate through 2018.
The 306-piece LEGO DC Super Heroes New Batmobile will be on display next week at Comic-Con International, but you'll have to wait until Jan. 1 to buy it.
Disney is combining its video game and toy divisions, reflecting the increasing overlap between the two.
Lee was reportedly rushed to the hospital Sunday, but that didn’t stop the 92-year-old from appearing last night at the Hollywood premiere of "Ant-Man."
The director has released the first photo from the set of the Paramount Pictures sequel, which he confirmed is titled "Star Trek Beyond."
A two-and-a-half-minute clip from the English-language dub reveals Frieza assuming his final form to battle Goku.
Funko's final Comic-Con International exclusives are also the first toys tied to next year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Funimation will distribute the two-movie adaptation throughout the Americas and co-host the world premiere July 14 in Los Angeles.
The long-rumored television series, which would tie in to the film franchise, is still in the works.
The next time Bruce Wayne is hurled into the far-flung past, he may want to invest in one of these: a medieval-style Batman cowl, ideal for the battlefield.
"Be Cool Scooby-Doo!" and "Wabbit -- A Looney Tunes Production" will premiere this fall as part of a relaunch of the cable channel, long devoted to reruns.
Author Neil Gaiman, whose first contribution to "Doctor Who" won a Hugo Award, will write episodes of the Starz fantasy, "down the line."
After countless defeats at the hands of his arch-nemesis over the past 75 years, has The Joker finally discovered the secret to defeating Batman?