Kit Harington isn't one to back down from a challenge, whether it's freezing his beard off filming "Game of Thrones" in Iceland or staring the gruesome monsters of "Silent Hill: Revelation 3D" right in the face. It's difficult to discuss his character Vince in the latter without giving too much away, but suffice to say he's a mysterious and cute new guy at school who takes an interest in "Silent Hill" heroine Heather (Adelaide Clemens).
The young Brit made a pit stop in New York City to promote his first feature film at New York Comic-Con in all its 3-D gory glory and was happy to talk about his favorite horror movies, why he's not a tweeter and much more.
Winter is coming to "Games of Thrones," but Kit Harington's career is looking sunny. Get More »
Without a doubt, the most hotly anticipated movie presentation of New York Comic-Con was Sony's remake of "Evil Dead," which caused a geekquake of the highest magnitude. Helping to shift those tectonic plates under the Javits Center was none other than Bruce Campbell, the man, the legend who made horror movie history with buddy Sam Raimi 30-years ago. Get More »
Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis may be preparing to unveil their "Lincoln," but the alt-universe version of our 16th President is also still out there, keeping our country safe from the creatures of the night.
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" will be sworn in at this year's New York Comic Con, which begins today and runs through Sunday, Oct. 14 at the Javits Center. This new poster for the film will be unveiled at NYCC, but you can see it first exclusively in digital form right here, featuring artwork by Nimit Malavia, a freelance illustrator whose clients include Marvel Comics, 20th Century Fox, The National Post and more. Get More »
If there was one victor among the movies paneling at San Diego Comic-Con this year, it'd have to be … Marvel. Or was it "Man of Steel"? Or maybe "The Hobbit"?
Another Con's in the can, and we've emerged with new intel on a handful of high-profile mega-movies. There weren't necessarily any groundbreaking casting announcements this year, but first footage from movies like the new Superman flick, "Oz: The Great and Powerful," "Pacific Rim" and "Elysium" had fans and bloggers buzzing big time.
Check out the biggest movie scoops below. What we should add, #16: Getting in line at 7 a.m. does not guarantee you entry into the con's marquee venue (Hall H). Not even for a 6 p.m. panel. And yep, we learned that the hard way. – By Bryan Enk and Kevin Polowy
Not everyone can pull of a skimpy catsuit — this gallery isn't that. This one, however, is of people who could totally pull it off but didn't, at least while they were at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con.
Instead, you'll see Kristen Stewart dressing to match the Comic-Con logo, a breathtaking Michelle Williams, little Mackenzie Foy signing her first autographs and Stan Lee looking like the superhero deity that he is.
It may not be a comic book, but you're still gonna want to flip away through this special Hot People Looking Hot gallery.
Unless you haven't been on the Internet at all, you know this week has been all about San Diego Comic-Con 2012. At the largest comic book convention in the world, you know there's plenty of fans getting their cosplay on in their favorite comic book/fantasy/sci-fi/superhero outfits.
But it's not just guys in homemade capes and tights showing off their fanboy stuff anymore. From smoldering superheroes to villainous vixens to a supermodel superfan, Comic-Con attendees are showing that they can be downright sexy.
We've gathered some hot-hot superfan photos in this gallery. It's sure to have you geeking out.
When we first met them five years ago, they were anonymous teenagers; today, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are among some of the most recognizable faces in movies. Stewart even made reference to their coming-of-age together, saying to Lautner, "The first time I met you, you were a kid. After 'New Moon,' you weren't a kid anymore." Get More »
Comic-Con President John Rogers kicked things off by expressing his condolences to the family of Gisela G., the fan who was killed earlier this week when she was struck by a car while waiting in line to get into the "Twilight" panel.
Eric Moro of Wikia, who served as the panel's moderator, then introduced Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Stephenie Meyer and little Mackenzie Foy to the stage. Director Bill Condon wasn't able to attend due to being in London for scoring sessions on the film, but he had a pre-recorded greeting that included the announcement that they were about to see the first seven minutes of "Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Get More »
With Comic-Con in full swing, expect to be carried away like Noah's ark by the flood of superhero movie news, the tip of the iceberg being 20th Century Fox's triple announcement: two good, one bad.
According to Deadline, Fox has finally confirmed "Chronicle" director Josh Trank to reboot "Fantastic Four," while one of the studio's other big Marvel properties, "Daredevil," is now flying blind without attached director David Slade ("The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"). On the plus side, they've nabbed fan fav Joe Cornish of "Attack the Block" to direct "Rust," an adaptation of Royden Lepp's sepia-toned graphic novel which the studio purchased a year ago. Get More »
Stephenie Meyer has something up her sleeve.
The bestselling author of the "Twilight" series isn't giving away any details but she apparently has something special in store for the attendees of this year's San Diego Comic-Con, according to Deadline. Get More »