Comic-Con 2014: Complete Sunday Panel Schedule

Comic-Con 2014 Complete Sunday Panel Schedule

All good things must come to an end. Comic-Con 2014 is looking to be another exciting year of panels as Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are filled to the brim with franchises fans are just dying to get a sneak peak at. Sunday’s line up is a little quieter, but still full of fun panels such as Sons of Anarchy, The Strain, Supernatural, The Following, Nerdist, and more. Check out the full schedule after the break. Continue reading


Comic-Con 2014: Complete Saturday Panel Schedule

Comic-Con 2014 Complete Saturday Panel Schedule

If Thursday and Friday did not satisfy your craving of big names coming to SDCC, Saturday will certainly wet your whistle. Comic-Con 2014 has released its Saturday panel schedule, which includes The Hobbit, Mad Max, Gotham, Sailor Moon, Sin City, Marvel Studios, True Blood, Once Upon a Time, and the cosplay Masquerade. Check out the full schedule of panels after the break. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2014: Complete Friday Panel Schedule

Comic-Con 2014 Complete Friday Panel Schedule

And you thought Comic-Con 2014 was heating up with Community, Paramount Pictures, and Sony Pictures on Thursday? Friday’s schedule of panels for SDCC come in hot and heavy with the likes of Game of Thrones, The Legend of Korra, The Walking Dead, Kevin Smith, Bones, Agents of SHIELD, Arrow, and much much more! Check out the full line-up after the break. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2014: Complete Thursday Panel Schedule

Comic-Con 2014 Complete Thursday Panel Schedule

Not only has Comic-Con International released the schedule for Preview Night, but they have also unveiled the full panel schedule for Thursday, July 24; the official first day of San Diego Comic-Con. Everything kicks off with 24 in Ballroom 20 and DreamWorks Animation christens Hall H with their presentation of upcoming animated feature. Other big panels for the day includes The Giver, Paramount Pictures‘ presentation, Community, and much more! Check out the full schedule after the break. Continue reading

Celebrities Attending Dallas Comic Con Includes Nathan Fillion and the Firefly Cast, the Star Trek: TNG Cast, Stan Lee, and More

Nathan Fillion and Firefly Cast Along with Star Trek TNG Cast to Attend Dallas Comic Con 2014

It’s getting to be that time of year again when geeks and nerds start hunting down the perfect article of clothing, put last minute touches on props before convention season begins. Acquired by Fan Expo and taking place in an all new venue, the Dallas Comic Con is four times larger than previous years. Already, the celebrity guest list is incredibly impressive with almost the entire cast of Firefly/Serenity, Star Trek: The Next Generation cast members, and of course the amazing Stan Lee. You’ll find the list of celebrities expected to appear after the jump. Continue reading

10 Best Dressed of the 86th Annual Academy Awards

10 Best Dressed of the 86th Annual Academy Awards

Last night’s 86th Annual Academy Awards, held inside the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, brought together the biggest names in cinema for the glitziest night of the year. While the excitement inside was placed on who would win Ocsar gold, all eyes were focused on the stars dressed to the nines on the red carpet prior to the big show. We saw many trends and beautiful ensembles this year, but there were a few that truly stood out. After the jump, check out the 10 Best Dressed Men and Women of the Oscars last night. Continue reading

RIP Harold Ramis (1944-2014); Writer of Animal House, Director of Groundhog Day, and Actor in Ghostbusters

RIP Harold Ramis (1944-2014)

Today we lose a comedy legend, Harold Ramis, who passed away this morning at the age of 69 due to a rare autoimmune disease. Many may familiarize Harold Ramis as Egon Spengler from 1984’s Ghostbusters, but he was also a husband, father, and mentor. Ramis’ work can also be recognized behind the camera as a writer and director for films such as Analyze This, Groundhog Day, Meatballs, Caddyshack, Stripes, National Lampoon’s Vacation and Animal House. He was an incredible filmmaker with a keen eye for comedy who got his start as a Second City performer; his work will live through the ages. Continue reading

BREAKING: Philip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead in Apartment (1967–2014) [UPDATED]

Philip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead in Apartment

News broke today that Academy Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, age 46, was found dead earlier this morning in his West Village apartment of Manhattan. The New York City police department are still determining the cause of death in conjunction with the medical examiner. Nothing has been confirmed, but a report from the New York Post has thrown drugs into the mix and are claiming he was discovered with a hypodermic needle in his arm. That’s a pretty large claim, but we will update you as the story progresses. Continue reading

RIP Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012)

Michael Clarke Duncan Dead at 54

It is many a tragedy to hear of any one at a young age like Michael Clarke Duncan to pass away at 54, but although his passing is terribly depressing, we must remember him for all of the incredible work he has done. Most notably known for his works in The Green Mile and Armageddon, Michael Clarke Duncan was that lovable, hulking black man that captivated audiences through his immensely strong on-screen presence (there is no other actor who could replace him). Today we lost a great, kind-hearted actor who will forever be missed. He had endless potential and a great range of work that will carry on forever. More on the story after the break. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2012: Sunday Schedule

Comic-Con 2012 Sunday Schedule

And on the last day, Stan Lee said, “Let thy rest.” After three full days of rubbing elbows with sweaty Hobbits, listening to unproportioned Batman’s growl, and seeing more slave Leia’s than Jabba’s sail barge, Sunday during Comic-Con is a day of re-cooperation.  There aren’t any really big names appearing on Sunday other than BBC’s Doctor Who, FX’s Sons of Anarchy, and an overview of the 15-year history of Harry Potter. But if you’re interested in going, we’ve got the schedule for Sunday here.  Continue reading