We've been hearing casting rumors for a while now (particularly where Prince Oberyn's daughters the "Sand Snakes" were concerned) but now at the SDCC Game Of Thrones panel, several new cast members were officially revealed. Were any of the rumors right?
The Game Of Thrones panel just kicked of at San Diego Comic Con, and before the stars of the HBO series took to the stage, this season 4 blooper reel screened. It's a bit short, but well worth a watch -- especially for Tyrion and Jamie's dance at the end..
Another new character this time. The latest Sin City: A Dame To kill For poster released by Robert Rodriguez features Martha Marcy May Marlene actress Julia Garner as "bad luck charm" Marcie. Check it out after the jump..
Though nothing is set in stone, writer Neil Druckmann and producer Sam Raimi have confirmed during a surprise Comic-Con panel that Williams (Arya in Game Of Thrones) is the girl they want to play the female lead role of Ellie in their movie adaptation of the Naughty Dog video game.
The pilot for the CW's upcoming The Flash tv series will debut this weekend at Comic Con, and in anticipation of that we have this pretty cool new promo. See a speed cop get slightly more than he bargains for when the fastest man alive (Grant Gustin) drops by..
We had Robert Rodriguez himself in black 'n white earlier, and now the director has shared a character poster for deadly little Miho, who will be played in the Sin City sequel by the gorgeous Jamie Chung. Check it out..
In this promo for Fox's upcoming Batman prequel series, the Gotham Chronicle urges the city's inhabitants to turn to the newspaper for the justice the police force are incapable of doling out. Take a look after the jump.
He's not actually in the movie (as far as we know) but when you're the director you can do these things! Rodriguez certainly looks like he belongs with the moody, black and white denizens of Basin City in this character poster. Check it out after the jump.
In this latest tv ad for Jonathan Liebesman's TMNT reboot, Mikey and Raph jump onto the giant, cardboard breasts of an underwear model on a billboard..and then giggle about it. No producer influence there at all then. Take a look, it's actually amusing enough..
In a SDCC interview with Screenrant, director Jonathan Liebesman and producer Brad Fuller namedrop some fan-favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters that they wish they could have utilized for this film, and would very much like to for the next..
In a video interview with BBC, the man who'll reprise the iconic role of Luke Skywalker in J.J. Abrams' currently shooting Star Wars: Episode VII chats about returning to the galaxy far far away.
IGN have just debuted the first one-sheet for the upcoming live-action remake of Yasuomi Umetsu's controversial 1998 Japanese anime, Kite, which stars Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisley. Check it out after the jump.
The embargo has lifted (in the UK anyway) on reviews for Marvel's upcoming space adventure, Guardians of The Galaxy. We have some quotes from the first write-ups to appear online for you to take a look at. General consensus? It's pretty damn great..
In the upcoming special Comic-Con issue of Entertainment Weekly there's some new stills from Peter Jackson's final Hobbit flick. See Thranduil (Lee Pace), Bard "the Bowman" (Luke Evans), and Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) after the jump.
No, there is no Fifty Shades Of Grey comic book (at least that we know of), but since this trailer is going to be bombarding the internet today we figured we'd give you guys a chance to watch it here. It's actually safe for work..for some reason.
"What was that thing we used to say when we were kids?...Cowabunga!" If you're not sick of the awesome foursome yet, you can take a look at two more tv ads for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot after the jump.
It's been confirmed that J.J. Abrams will be bringing his Star Wars cast and crew to the Emerald Isle to shoot scenes at "Skellig Michael", off the coast of County Kerry. More past the jump..
Next up from SDDCC we have an officially released pic from the Legendary Pictures booth: A first glimpse of the title logo for Duncan Jones' upcoming video game adaptation, Warcraft. There's also a pic of some weaponry from the movie. Check it out after the jump.
Director Robert Rodriguez has just Tweeted out this SDCC Exclusive poster for his Sin City sequel, giving us another look at Dennis Haysbert (replacing the late Michael Clarke Duncan) as the "lethal bodyguard", Manute.
Lionsgate has just released a pretty cool looking poster for the third Hunger Games flick. It doesn't feature Katniss or any of the other main characters (they'll save all of that for Comic-Com), but a Panem Peacekeeper. Take a look after the jump.
As SDCC approaches, THR has put together a special geek-tacular issue featuring current fan-favorite stars Zoe Saldana (GOTG), Nathan Fillion (Serenity), Grace Park and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica posing as some very familiar faces.
"The Defining Chapter". Warner Bros. has released the very first awesome one-sheet for the final installment in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy, and it features Bard (Luke Evans) taking a stand against the might of Smaug "the Magnificent".
There's nothing concrete on this yet (though we might get something official at SDCC) but the rumor mill has pointed us to lovely former Lost actress Tania Raymonde, and newcomer Nell Tiger Free for a couple of major roles in the fifth season of HBO's fantasy drama series.
Along with our new Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman), SFX's five special covers feature the rest of his not quite so human looking companions, Strax, Jenny and Madame Vastra. Check them out after the jump.
Although Hulk won't be getting relaunched with a new issue #1 along with the likes of Thor and Iron Man, Bruce Banner is in for some very big changes when Marvel's "Avengers NOW!" initiative kicks in. We also have some new female Thor and Superior Iron Man artwork.