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James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, Bill Paxton and more gathered to reminisce and celebrate the legacy of their lasting sci-fi/horror classic.
The long-running CW series has cast the musician as Lucifer's new vessel -- but that was only one of the revelations from the Comic-Con panel.
Bryan Fuller was joined by William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Jeri Ryan and Scott Bakula for a discussion of the sci-fi franchise.
Executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and some of the stars of the HBO drama discussed the explosive Season 6, and the delay of Season 7.
Following the world premiere of the documentary “The Giant’s Dream," the filmmakers reminisced about the creation of the cult-favorite film.
Directors James Wan and David F. Sandberg pulled back the curtains on the upcoming horror films "The Conjuring 2" and "Lights Out."
The producers and stars of the ABC fairy-tale drama wouldn't offer details about the 100th episode, but did hint at a Prince Charming/King Arthur bromance.
Although Miss Piggy was a no-show, several other Muppets -- and their Muppeteers -- appeared at the D23 Expo to preview their upcoming ABC series.
Kevin Smith gave an update on his "True North" trilogy, revealed what it's like to give Johnny Depp a call and teased Ben Affleck in "MallBrats."
Director Michael Dougherty and stars Adam Scott and Toni Collette promise a return to character-driven horror films of the '80s with their upcoming holiday treat.
The actor-comedian made his Comic-Con International debut with a panel for the new FX comedy about a washed-up rocker given another shot at fame.
The network spotlighted "Extant," "Under the Dome," "Zoo," "Scorpion" and the new adaptation of "Limitless" during its SDCC marathon panel.
The stars and producers of Fox's "Minority Reporter" explain the evolution of the TV sequel to Steven Spielberg's 2002 sci-fi thriller.
Guillermo del Toro and the "Strain" cast and crew spoke at Comic-Con about deviating from the novels for the second season of the vampire drama.
Joined at Comic-Con International by the likes of Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tim Roth, Quentin Tarantino held court on Westerns, filmmaking and his future.
The annual "Women Who Kick Ass" panel featured appearances from the stars of "Game of Thrones," "Agent Carter," "Batman v Superman" and more.
Director Duncan Jones and the orcs and humans of "Warcraft" discussed Legendary's film adaptation of the massively popular video game in San Diego.
Laughs and scares fill Hall H's "Crimson Peak" panel with Guillermo del Toro, Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and more.
Stars Ian Ziering, Vivica A. Fox and Judah Friedlander and director Anthony C. Ferrante appeared at Comic-Con to discuss the sequel to Syfy's low-budget hit.
The filmmaker was joined by Matt Dillon, Carla Gugino, Melissa Leo, Tobey Jones and other cast members to discuss the upcoming Fox television thriller.