Schaal tells us about her big role in the upcoming Toy Story Christmas special.
Goosebumps director Rob Letterman shares some insight on his experience making the film and his time spent with R.L. Stine, famed author of the books.
The very first live update from the Comic-Con show floor recaps all the biggest news from day one.
The Oscar-nominated director explains the props on display at Comic-Con 2014.
Paramount announced an 11pm screening of the Michael Bay-produced Project Almanac. We have the info. Otherwise, watch the trailer and catch it in 2015.
Warner Brothers shows you the stubble beneath the mask that is Ben Affleck as Batman.
Rob Reiner’s new film is a harmless — but boring — reconstruction of As Good As It Gets from the co-writer of As Good As It Gets.
Marvel’s chosen Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Black Widow and Captain America for their first promo posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Beyoncé teased it on Tuesday, now the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer is on full display. Does the BDSM phenomenon appear to be serious or high camp?
Philip Seymour Hoffman gives one of his last – and best – performances in a superior, intelligent spy story.
Marvel Studios adds yet another movie to its Phase Three line-up. But is it getting to be a little too much?
George Miller’s fourth Mad Max movie still has a cynical sense of humor.
Finally: a superhero movie with a female lead, from female directors.
See Ant-Man’s 2015 update in an eye-popping new poster!
Are you sure this isn’t a StarCraft film?
Teasers. Teasers Everywhere.
While the next installment of The Hunger Games won’t be in Hall H, they will be revealing the new trailer at Comic-Con. We’ve got the details.
Sony moved the release date of the third Spider-Man installment into 2018 and shift their attention to the Spidey-villain universe.
Super 7 mastermind Brian Flynn weighs in on Super 7 collectibles and how taking a page from pop culture icons inspired their new ReAction Figure toys.
Denzel Washington, Al Pacino, and Reese Witherspoon are all headed to TO.