On Saturday’s “Iron Man” event, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige announced that Marvel’s upcoming films include “Thor: The Dark World,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and the anticipated “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Ant-Man.”
There are lots of people dressed like Superman at Comic-Con, but the real guy – or at least the actor playing him in the latest Superman film – made a surprise appearance at the fan festival.
“Man of Steel” director Zack Snyder presented new footage from the film on Saturday and introduced star Henry Cavill.
Snyder also hinted – but coyly refused to confirm – that General Zod might be the villain in the film, due in theaters next summer.
The trailer for “Man of Steel” is set to play ahead of “The Dark Knight Rises,” which opens this week, Snyder said.
Guillermo Del Toro is going really big with his next film.
The creator of “Pan’s Labyrinth” and the “Hellboy” movies came to Comic-Con on Saturday to offer fans a taste of his sci-fi showdown “Pacific Rim.”
Due in theaters July 12, 2013, “Pacific Rim” is a clash of the titans as humans pilot colossal robots to battle gargantuan sea monsters.
Diana Rigg was crowned a queen at Comic-Con – and she wasn’t even there.
The 73-year-old actress and several others were revealed Friday as joining the cast of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” for the fantasy series’ upcoming third season. The former star of “The Avengers” will play Olenna Tyrell, also known as the Queen of Thorns.
Other additions include Mackenzie Crook as wildling raider Orell, Clive Russell as Bryndon “Blackfish” Tully, Nathalie Emannuel as slave translator Missandei, Paul Kaye as Thoros of Myr, Kerry Ingram as Shireen Baratheon and Tara Fitzgerald as her mother, Selyse.
Captain Hook will make a splash on “Once Upon a Time.”
The revelation that Peter Pan’s adversary is sailing to Storybrooke was teased in a video at the conclusion of the ABC fairytale drama’s Saturday Comic-Con presentation. The footage featured a character breaking into Mr. Gold’s pawnshop, strutting past a tall ship model, smashing a display case and affixing a hook to his hand.
“I never could have conceived of the brilliance that is the first couple of scripts,” said Ginnifer Goodwin, who plays Snow White, of the second season. “But I can say that as an audience member, it’s exactly what I would want to see.”