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Robert Kirkman's comic book-inspired series "Outcast" will have a presence at SDCC, including a panel with cast and creators in attendance.
Thanks to availability on platforms like Facebook, YouTube and HBO GO, "Outcast's" debut episode added millions of viewers to its total.
"The Walking Dead" co-creator's latest brainchild is designed to get under your skin, and Cinemax's
Star Patrick Fugit and director Adam Wingard discuss Cinemax's horror series, its creepy kid co-star and Robert Kirman's unique vision for the show.
Ennis discussed the impact of Marvel's popularity on the upcoming project, while Seth Rogen weighed in on the struggle to adapt the source material.
Using 3D audio, disturbing visuals and eye-tracking technology, this immersive experience simulates a demonic possession from "Outcast."
The new Storm actress says Halle Berry never got back to her with advice, Geoff Johns makes a splash on "Seth Meyers" and more.
Executive producer Robert Kirkman compares his two horror dramas and gives his new Cinemax show the scary superlative.
Two weeks before its television debut of the exorcism drama, Cinemax has begun streaming the pilot episode online.
With the Robert Kirkman-Paul Azaceta adaptation, Fox will be the first network in Europe and Africa to release a series on Facebook Live.
Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins reflect on "Wonder Woman"; Kevin Smith says he was dealt a "royal flush" on "Flash" and more.
In a new trailer for Cinemax's "Outcast," Kyle Barnes decides to stop running and take a stand against the darkness that's plagued him all his life.
Jai Courtney says the "Squad" reshoots are adding more action; Jaimie Alexander does not yet know if Sif will return and more.
After bringing "Preacher" to AMC, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Neal Moritz are developing "The Boys" at Cinemax.
Three "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" supporting players rumored to be revealed; Snyder describes a Clark Kent scene and more.
The 30-second promo for Cinemax's "Outcast" promises that inescapable evil is lurking just out of sight.
More of the "Vixen" animated series will arrive on the CW Seed; a "Captain Britain" show is rumored to be in the works and more.
Co-creator Robert Kirkman and EP Chris Black discuss the show's devilish inspirations and why there won't be any "Game of Thrones" comparisons.
Sebastian Stan digs through Winter Soldier's personal belongings; "Civil War" producer Nate Moore says crossovers are "possible."
Cinemax has set the summer premiere date for their Robert Kirkman comic book adaptation, "Outcast."
"Luke Cage" lead Mike Colter discusses his show's connection to "Jessica Jones"; Keiynan Lonsdale hopes to see Wally West suit up and more.
Captain America and Iron Man's forces leap into action in new art; Matt Murdock cozies up to Karen Page in official "DD" still and more.
Robert Kirkman discusses how adapting "Outcast" was different from "The Walking Dead," and opens up about the graphic nature of the exorcism-centric series.
"Banshee's" Ivana Milicevic and new addition Eliza Dushku discuss the rigorous physical demands of the Cinemax series and their characters' depth.
Carlos Valdes shares his feelings about Cisco's evolution; the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." super-team opens up its membership and more.
Creator Robert Kirkman, EP Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit discuss going beyond the comics and finding light in Kyle Barnes' darkness on Cinemax.
Cinemax has released a gruesome new clip from "Outcast," their adaptation of the Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta horror series.
The celebrated "werewolf noir" story by the author of "Game of Thrones" is in development as a TV series.
Patrick Fugit stars in the New York Comic Con trailer for "Outcast," based on the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta
Robert Kirkman, star Patrick Fugit, and more discuss their next horror television series ahead of its debut in 2016.
Alfre Woodard and Mahershala Ali appear in new photos from the Netflix series; "The Flash" gears up for season two with new photos and more.
The "Friday Night Lights" and "Hart of Dixie" alum will play Donnie Hamel in the adaptation of the Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta series.
The new photos feature series stars Patrick Fugit and Philip Glenister in quiet yet dramatic settings.
The series is adding alums from "The Office," "The Americans," "The Shield" and of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
The premium cable channel has released the first look at Robert Kirkman's television show about demonic possession.
The cast and crew of Cinemax's "Outcast," including Patrick Fugit and Wrenn Schmidt, sat down to discuss the show and offer a sneak peek.
Fox may want Bryan Singer to direct "FF2" and a FF/X-Men film; Chris Pine could be in "Green Lantern" or "Wonder Woman" and more.
Cinemax has released key art for the upcoming horror series, plus a photo variant of "Outcast" #1, featuring star Patrick Fugit.
Bryan Singer posted a peek inside "X-Men's" Cerebro set; "Guardians of the Galaxy's" James Gunn gives "Ant-Man" high praise and more.
Comic-Con International attendees will get a first look at Cinemax's adaptation of the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta.