Game of Thrones season 6 blooper reel

As we’ve already reported, winter is coming a bit late next year. The season change on Game of Thrones means production had to be delayed, which means season 7 can’t start airing until summer (instead of spring as usual). But showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff and many of their cast members still managed to make it to Hall H for their annual Comic-Con panel, and they brought a couple of treats with them.

We’ve already covered what we learned from the panel, including how history inspired “Battle of the Bastards” and why Sansa Stark withheld certain crucial information from a certain ally. Now we’re happy to share with you some of what we saw, namely a Game of Thrones season 6 blooper reel and a Game of Thrones season 7 tease. Watch them below.  Read More »

.

Please Recommend /Film on Facebook

Powerless 1

NBC screened their midseason DC Comics comedy Powerless at Comic-Con. The workplace comedy is set in an insurance company that handles claims for superhero-related destruction. In a roundtable at Comic-Con, series creator Ben Queen told /Film that this was not inspired by the backlash against Man of Steel’s collateral damage.

“No, but I will say superhero movies and TV shows now are so serious, and that’s a good thing,” Queen said. “The idea of what it would be like to live in that world and be a normal person without powers. Frankly, how you get to work in the morning when you’re dealing with super-related craziness like a tidal wave from Aquaman, just the aggravation of that seemed like a funny thing to explore.”  Read More »

Con Man

The layers of meta are thick with Con ManAlan Tudyk created and stars in the series about an actor famous for starring in a brilliant-but-cancelled sci-fi classic, with Nathan Fillion playing his good friend and former co-star. The show follows said actor as he tours geeky conventions — you know, not unlike the one Tudyk and Fillion stopped by this year to tease season 2 of Con Man.

It should come as no surprise that former Firefly stars Tudyk and Fillion got the warmest of receptions in Hall H at this year’s Comic-Con, where they offered audiences a glimpse of not just Con Man season 2 but Con Man: The Game and the Spectrum comic book series (inspired by the show-within-a-show that Fillion and Tudyk’s characters used to star in). Below, read our Con Man Comic-Con panel recap.  Read More »

guardians of the galaxy vol. 2 concept art

At the tail end of a massively busy, massively exciting day in Hall H, Marvel Studios unleashed a ton of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 footage on an adoring crowd. One was a lengthy clip featuring Yondu (Michael Rooker) and Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) escaping the Ravagers with help from Baby Groot, and the other was the first Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 trailer.

Read our Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 footage recap below.

Read More »

Guardians of the Galaxy logo

We’re almost a year away from the next installment in the Guardians of the Galaxy series, but the build up for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 began today in San Diego. Filmmaker James Gunn appeared at the infamous Marvel Studios presentation on Saturday afternoon in Comic Con’s Hall H to preview his next movie.

Among other things, we got confirmation once and for all that Kurt Russell is playing Ego — who’s Star-Lord’s father! — that Sylvester Stallone is indeed in the film, and that Chris Sullivan is playing Taserface in the movie.

Read More »

Thor Ragnarok Comic-Con Footage

Marvel Studios closed out the Comic-Con shenanigans of Hall H with a bang as they always do. One of the many Marvel movies that were teased during the panel was Thor: Ragnarok, which is currently in production in Australia.

The film has only been shooting for a few weeks, but more often than not, Marvel likes to schedule their shoots so they’ll have footage prepared to unveil for the Comic-Con audiences. It happened with Captain America: The First Avenger, Guardians of the Galaxy and now Thor: Ragnarok. We already got a tease of Hulk’s gladiator armor that the big guy will wear in the movie, but what else was revealed here in San Diego?

Check out our recap of the Thor Ragnarok Comic-Con panel after the jump. Read More »

Cool Posts From Around the Web:

Spider-Man: Homecoming Comic Con

One of the biggest surprises to come out of Marvel Studios’ Hall H presentation at San Diego Comic Con International 2016 was an appearance from Sony’s Spider-Man. Produced by Marvel, Spider-Man: Homecoming is currently in production but director Jon Watts and crew showed up in San Diego to give fans a special treat.

Read More »

Black Panther

Captain America: Civil War was all about the showdown between two of Marvel Studios’ flagship heroes, Captain America and Iron Man. But a newcomer very nearly stole the show from right under them. Chadwick Boseman made a huge splash in his first appearance as T’Challa a.k.a. Black Panther, proving himself to be a very charismatic, very smart, and very different kind of Marvel superhero.

He’s got his own solo movie launching in 2018, and at Comic-Con today Marvel took a few minutes to confirm the incredible cast of the film. In addition to Boseman, Black Panther will star Danai Gurira (The Walking Dead) as Okoye, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, and Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger.

Read More »

The Lego Batman Movie trailer

For this year’s Hall H panel, Warner Bros. brought along not one but two Batmen. There was Ben Affleck for the Justice League presentation, of course — and then there was Will Arnett for The Lego Batman Movie. Arnett and director Chris McKay brought some new The Lego Batman Movie footage and took a few minutes to answer some questions about the movie.

Read More »