Legendary Pictures’ The Great Wall will be heading to New York Comic Con in October with a panel featuring Zhang Yimou and Matt Damon.
Funko has unveiled their lineup of exclusive collectible figures for New York Comic-Con 2016, including a grenade damaged Joker.
Lionsgate offers a first look at the Zords from Saban’s 2017 Power Rangers movie with new posters for each individual Ranger.
The first poster for John Wick: Chapter Two has been unveiled, showing Keanu Reeves’ lethal action hero getting suited up.
Marvel maps out their NYCC panel lineup, with planned footage from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Iron Fist, Ultimate Spider-Man and more.
New York Comic-Con attendees can get a sneak peek at FX and Marvel TV’s new series Legion, a spinoff of the X-Men universe starring Dan Stevens.
The 1960s Batman animated movie, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, will hold its world premiere at New York Comic-Con.
DC co-publisher Jim Lee took advantage of his latest meeting with Mark Hamill, showing off the custom voicemail message from the Joker himself.
A developers of the upcoming interactive Twilight Zone experience explains his approach to the CBS’s new groundbreaking project.
Tessa Thompson shows off Valkyrie’s sword on the Thor: Ragnarok set and director Taika Waititi posts a screenshot from the Comic-Con teaser.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season 4 will bring Ghost Rider into the fold, here’s how the producers and actors think he’ll work.
Grant Gustin, star of The Flash, says that he would like to see an episode of the show directed by Joss Whedon (The Avengers).
Square Enix debuts new prototype Play Arts Kai designs for Batman, Deadpool and Wolverine action figures at SDCC.
Tom Holland revealed new information about Peter Parker and the Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming while at Comic-Con.
During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman reveals that he’s changed his planned ending for the series.
The CW’s Flash may head to Flashpoint in Season 3, but fans are already being warned to expect differences from the comic story.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige knows what movies are coming in 2019-2021 and always plans the Marvel Cinematic Universe five years out.
SDCC has never given us so much in the way of superhero TV announcements.
Director Ryan Coogler explains how his movie, Black Panther, will differ from the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.