ZOMBIE TIDAL WAVE: Panel set at San Diego Comic-Con with producer/star Ian Ziering and the director of SHARKNADO

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There may not be a new SHARKNADO this year, but producer/star Ian Ziering has teamed up with his frequent SHARKNADO collaborator Anthony C. Ferrante (who directed all of the films in that franchise) for this summer’s ZOMBIE TIDAL WAVE airing August 17 at 9:00pm EST/PT on Syfy. And now the duo, along with ZTW producer Darby Parker and co-stars Shelton Jolivette, Angie Teodora Dick, Tatum Chiniquy, and Lincoln Bevers will be previewing the new film at this year’s SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON with an exclusive teaser trailer and clips from the film which pays homage to zombie classics of the ’80s with […]Read On »

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Breaking News: THE AMAZING SPIDER MAN 2 director talks the sequel at Comic-Con 2013

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At the press event for THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2 during San Diego Comic-Con 2013, director Marc Webb says that future movies will feature some of the nuggets and subplots that are shown in this sequel. “The universe that we conceived of began before we even started shooting the first movie. So there are plans and seeds that have developed all around us. There is a hugeness of scale to this movie and the ensemble is pretty extraordinary but it is cohesive,” Webb says. There is a simple unifying theme that is at the movie that is very impactful. It’s fun […]Read On »

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Breaking News: DIVERGENT director Neil Burger talks his new film – Comic Con 2013

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Director of the soon-to-be blockbuster, DIVERGENT, Neil Burger loved the material that he was dealing with going into production on this film. At the San Diego Comic-Con 2013, Burger credits the source material as the initial inspiration and how it appeals to not just youths but everyone. “What I liked about it was Veronica’s [Roth] book and it was wonderful to create a new world and really what I liked was a young woman’s journey,” Burger says. “What I liked was the human element. This young woman’s journey, yes it is based on a youth novel, but it is a […]Read On »

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Breaking News: DIVERGENT star Shailene Woodley Talks her new Film – Comic Con 2013

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During the recent San Diego Comic-Con 2013, Shailene Woodley, star of the upcoming film DIVERGENT, talked about how becoming a huge star and dealing with the new-found fame as well as getting help from HUNGER GAMES star Jennifer Lawrence. “I did an audition for HUNGER GAMES back in the day and Jennifer Lawrence actually helped me with DIVERGENT and asked her about the experience of HUNGER GAMES and how her life has changed from going from small movies to a huge movie like HUNGER GAMES,” Woodley says. “She gave me really be beautiful advice about how it changed her life […]Read On »

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Breaking News: HANNIBAL on track with the films/books – Comic-Con 2013

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At San Diego Comic-Con 2013, HANNIBAL creator Bryan Fuller talked about how the show continues to be on track to match what has already happened on the big screen as well as in the books. “Yes, we are right on track for the initial plan. The first three seasons we would say are lost literature from Thomas Harris. It is very important to honor what Thomas Harris has written,” Fuller says. “When I was a kid I saw MANHUNTER and I went out and bought the book and discovered there’s a whole world here that I didn’t see in the […]Read On »

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Breaking News: HANNIBAL Creator Bryan Fuller Discusses Season 2 – Comic-Con 2013

Mads Mikkelson and Hugh Dancy in HANNIBAL - Season 1 - "Savoureaux" | ©2013 NBC/Brooke Palmer

At San Diego Comic-Con 2013, Bryan Fuller sat down to discuss the second season of his NBC show HANNIBAL. While he didn’t want to give that much away for fans (and they have yet to begin shooting the second season), he did leave some lasting impressions as to what will be in store for Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) as well as some of the other, uh, interesting aspects. First, expect to see human sushi in the first episode. Yes, human sushi. Also Season 2 will feature a new aspect to the character of Graham as […]Read On »

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Comic-Con 2013 Preview: Three I, FRANKENSTEIN Character Posters Revealed – SDCC

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Want to see what Lionsgate has planned for San Diego Comic Con this year? Check out three new character posters for the movie, I FRANKENSTEIN. The movie is set in a world where angelic gargoyles and satanic demons are in an all-out war for power. Of course, there are also Frankensteins and immortality and all sorts of other fun stuff. The film stars Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Miranda Otto, Jai Courtney, and Yvonne Strahovski and is produced from the dudes that did UNDERWORLD. Click on the images to see the full sizes. Follow us on Twitter at ASSIGNMENT X Fan us […]Read On »

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Comic-Con 2013 Preview: PREDATOR Limited Edition Blu-ray with Predator Head – SDCC

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Apparently Fox will be offering a limited edition PREDATOR Blu-ray at San Diego Comic-Con that “officially” begins this Thursday but the floor opens Wednesday night for those people that want to scoop up some cool swag or comics before the panels and absolute madness begins. So Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is creating a booth dedicated specifically to the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic. At booth #3528 you can get your photo taken with a 3-D camera and then be transformed into a customized figurine that features the Predator holding a fan’s severed head. Naturally, this is going to be a huge hit. […]Read On »

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Breaking News: FRINGE Season 5 finale will have closure says executive producer – TCA 2012

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Two weeks ago, the FRINGE actors and executive producer J.H. Wyman descended upon Comic-Con to give the scoop on FRINGE Season 5. While they were tight-lipped about giving away any major spoilers, today at the Fox Summer TCA Press Tour, executive producer spoke about how he wanted to end FRINGE Season 5 – and it won’t be open-ended. “I’m not interested in anything open ended,” Wyman admits. “It would cause me frustration. I wouldn’t be satisfied. Here’s what’s really cool about FRINGE, and one of the things we did do right — the way we chose to tell the story, […]Read On »

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TCA 2012: Fox talks about the decision to renew FRINGE for a final season

Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv and John Noble in FRINGE - Season 4 | ©2011 Fox/Andrew Matusik

While Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly admits that the network has history of cancelling low-rated genre shows despite huge fan bases, he admitted today at the Fox Summer TCA Press Tour that he was pleased he was able to give FRINGE a final 13-episode Season 5 send-off. “I don’t like to pull the plug on any show, and many of our failed shows have millions of fans,” says Reilly. “We have a checkered history with genre at best, because we’re one of the only networks who have consistently tried genre. FRINGE has a particular fan base and the FRINGE producers […]Read On »

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