Aquaman Comic-Con

As one of the superheroes in the upcoming assembly of Justice League, it’s no surprise that Warner Bros. Pictures wanted to tease a bit of Aquaman after his debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Former Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa has been slated to play the aquatic hero for awhile, and director James Wan has been attached for some time as well, and both were briefly on-hand to help tease the movie. Sadly, since the movie isn’t shooting yet, the best tease of Aquaman came from the Justice League sizzle reel. But James Wan did say something that made the Aquaman movie sound rather intriguing.

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When Warner Bros announced their Hall H line-up for San Diego Comic Con International 2016, Justice League was mysteriously absent. So its not shocking that Zack Snyder brought his still-in-production film to San Diego — its more like an expected surprise. They revealed a new piece of Justice League concept art, giving you a better look at the Aquaman and Flash costumes. We also got a sizzle reel, which you can watch below.
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Wonder Woman Trailer

During Warner Bros. Pictures big panel at Comic-Con 2016, they rolled out some major teases for the continued expansion of the DC Comics cinematic universe. After debuting in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we finally have Wonder Woman all on her own in the first ever solo big screen adventure for the iconic DC hero. The crowd went wild for Gal Gadot here in San Diego, and now you can get taste that sweet hype as well with the first Wonder Woman trailer after the jump. Read More »

Planet Hulk Movie

Every year at San Diego Comic Con International, Marvel reveals new props and costumes from upcoming films and tv shows at their booth not he show floor throughout the convention. On Saturday morning, Marvel revealed The Incredible Hulk gladiator armor from Thor: Ragnarok. Hit the jump to see a first look.

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blair witch review

This was the perfect way to introduce Blair Witch to the world. The series is rooted in clever marketing, as the original film was positioned as real found footage of real film students who disappeared. The sequel twisted the concept to focus on the Blair Witch hype more than the legend itself. Now they’ve made the third film, 16 years later, a true surprise. Lionsgate committed to early marketing of the film as The Woods so that the first audience to see it could learn it was actually Blair Witch. No one else will get quite that experience, as it would be impossible to keep the secret once it began screening, but this way all the fans could be in on the reveal, even if they only followed it online.  Read More »

Jock Star Wars

San Diego Comic Con International 2016 is in full swing, and Mondo is selling a bunch of crazy comic con exclusive prints and vinyls on the show floor. But just because you aren’t in attendance at the the convention doesn’t mean you have to miss out on some of the goodies. In fact, unlike most Mondo limited edition releases, you will be able to get your hands on these two awesome Star Wars prints. Hit the jump to check out Mike Mitchell‘s Rey and Jock‘s Into The Garbage Chute, Flyboy prints and find out how you can get them.

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Why Sansa Didn't Tell Jon (Game of Thrones)

Season 6’s “Battle of the Bastards” was unquestionably one of the most thrilling hours Game of Thrones has ever done, tense and tragic and action-packed, with a dramatic last-minute twist to boot. But it also opened up some questions that still have fans scratching their head — mainly, why Sansa opted to withhold a certain crucial bit of information from a trusted ally.

At the Game of Thrones Comic-Con panel today, actress Sophie Turner finally offered her take on Sansa’s actions — as well as some intriguing speculation about what’s next for the Starks. Major spoilers for the most recent season follow.  Read More »

fear the walking dead comic-con trailer

I haven’t been keeping up with AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead, but I will say this much about the new trailer that just premiered at Comic-Con 2016: it’s genuinely refreshing to see a zombie TV series that’s not set in the backwoods of Georgia. While its parent series has generally hung around a single region for seven seasons, the young spin-off has been steadily journeying down the west coast of the United States, spending a portion of the second season on a boat. When the show returns for the back half of its second season, the action will shift to Mexico as the main cast is scattered to the winds.

And you can get a look at what to expect by watching the trailer below.

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Brad Bird's video game rant

Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille) came to San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 for a preview of The Giant’s Dream: The Making Of The Iron Giant, which will be included on the upcoming Blu-ray release of the film this fall. The documentary by Anthony Giacchino is a beautiful and heartbreaking look at the Hollywood animation process, a must see. While the presentation wasn’t in one of Comic Con’s big halls, Bird joked that more people saw this documentary today at this Comic-Con screening than saw The Iron Giant on its original theatrical release.

After screening the documentary, Bird took questions from the audience. The most interesting answer came as someone asked Bird for some filmmaking advice and the Pixar filmmaker advised that aspiring filmmakers should be weary about not being influenced by the wrong aspects of video games. Hit the jump to read Brad Bird’s video game rant.

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