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'Breaking Bad' cast reunites at Comic-Con and teases future 'Better Call Saul' appearances

The cast and creators of AMC's "Better Call Saul" made their Comic-Con debut alongside the reunited cast of "Breaking Bad."

'Breaking Bad' cast reunites at Comic-Con and teases future 'Better Call Saul' appearances

The cast and creators of AMC's "Better Call Saul" made their Comic-Con debut alongside the reunited cast of "Breaking Bad."

A look into the Los Angeles Times' Comic-Con photo studio

A look into the Los Angeles Times' Comic-Con photo studio

Comic-Con 2018: 'Charmed' reboot tackles representation, President Trump

"Charmed" reboot starring Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery and Madeleine Mantock debuts at Comic-Con.

Comic-Con 2018: New 'Predator' film has a surprising link to the original

Comic-Con's Hall H opened with a sneak peek at the upcoming film "The Predator."

Jodie Whittaker meets the Comic-Con masses as 'Doctor Who' enters a new era

The scene at Comic-Con as fans meet Jodie Whittaker, the first female lead of "Doctor Who" in the show's 55-year history.

Comic-Con 2018: Activations and experiences happening outside the convention center

A handy list of the best film and TV-related activations and experiences happening outside of the San Diego Convention Center during Comic-Con 2018.

New ‘Annabelle’ movie announced at Comic-Con’s ScareDiego after ‘Curse of La Llorona’ steals the show

At their San Diego Comic-Con ScareDiego event, New Line Cinema announced a new "Annabelle" movie after debuting new footage from "The Nun," "The Curse of La Llorona" and "It: Chapter Two."

Comic-Con 2018: The best booths from the exhibition hall floor

A list of the must-see booths from the exhibition floor of San Diego Comic-Con International 2018.

Comic-Con 2018: The ultimate visitor's guide to downtown San Diego

As Hollywood gets ready to migrate south for the annual convention, the locals from the San Diego Union-Tribune give an insider's perspective on how to get around and where to eat and drink in the Gaslamp.

Comic-Con 2018: The must-see film, TV and comic book panels

A rundown of all the panels and presentations attendees of this year's San Diego Comic-Con will not want to miss.

With no 'Game of Thrones' or 'Avengers,' Comic-Con rolls on as studios race to fill the gap

With HBO, Marvel and Star Wars sitting this Comic-Con out, there's room at the top for less familiar faces to make a big impression on a gathering that's as much about the experience as its headlining appearances.

A year-round Comic-Con? Get an early look at the San Diego museum currently in the works

Get a first look at the upcoming museum and event space ahead of the museum's booth and panel at 2018 Comic-Con International.

Comic-Con Confidential: How to throw a $16 million pop culture blowout

Comic-Con is the Rubik’s Cube of conventions. By Wednesday evening, Preview Night, every piece of this pop culture puzzle will have been snapped into place.

Superheroes are thriving in movies and on TV — but comic books lag behind

The sky's the limit for superheroes in Hollywood these days — the four top-grossing 2018 films to date each feature costumed crusaders — but in the publishing world they face a historic challenge: Can they keep the American comic book from going into the ground?

'Ant-Man and the Wasp' piques your interest long after the credits roll

In grand MCU fashion, "Ant-Man and the Wasp" includes mid- and post-credits scenes to help connect the movie to the events in other Marvel films. But the scenes leave even more questions unanswered.

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'Summer Camp Island' creator Julia Pott on the show's magical, collaborative journey

"Summer Camp Island" mastermind Julia Pott talks to The Times about the new show's developmental journey, the magic of collaboration and some helpful advice she received from "Adventure Time" showrunners.

No Marvel or HBO? No big deal, San Diego Comic-Con observers say

San Diego's biggest yearly event is missing some big names like Game of Thrones, leading some to wonder, is it still a must-attend for studios.

Evangeline Lilly explains why 'Ant-Man and the Wasp's' Hope wasn’t a part of ‘Civil War’

At the "Ant-Man and the Wasp" press conference, actress Evangeline Lilly shares why Hope van Dyne (the Wasp) did not join Scott Lang a.k.a. Ant-Man in "Captain America: Civil War."

How Disney's Paradise Pier, the 'antithesis' of Walt, became California Adventure's Pixar Pier

Pixar Pier is the second attempt to re-imagine Paradise Pier. It boasts a revamped roller coaster and cutesy food spots, plus the adult-oriented Lamplight Lounge and plenty of places to play.

Surviving as a single-player in video game's multiplayer world

How a kiss seen in "The Last of Us 2" at last week's E3 makes the argument that good ol’ fashioned storytelling still tops slick gameplay mechanics and larger-than-life digital effects. How single-player games might survive in a multiplayer world.

How 'Bao' director Domee Shi stayed true to her 'weird' idea and created a specifically Asian story

"Bao" (the animated short that plays before "Incredibles 2") director Domee Shi discusses being faithful to Chinese culture and how she almost didn't include the shocking ending.

Insomniac Games celebrates the underdog with optimism, from ‘Ratchet and Clank’ to ‘Spider-Man’

Insomniac Games' "Spider-Man" is one of the stars of this year's E3 show, which concluded Thursday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. A look inside the Burbank company, which is the rare independent studio making big-budget games.

First look at Allison Janney’s ‘DuckTales’ debut as Goldie O’Gilt

Watch Allison Janney's Goldie O'Gilt reunite with Uncle Scrooge in this first-look clip from an upcoming "DuckTales" episode.

'Jurassic World' and the entertainment industry's insistence that science will run amok

"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" is the latest film in the franchise where humans believe their mastery of science is enough to control dinosaurs. Here's a list of other movies and television shows where humanity's overconfidence in their scientific prowess backfires.

In a divisive political climate, E3 shows that maybe video games had it right all along

Death, destruction, mayhem and promises of “badass demons” — the video game marketing extravaganza that is the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) struck some familiar chords as events got underway this past weekend. But even this escapist-celebrating medium can't escape the realities of 2018.

DC's Vertigo to relaunch with new name, logo and seven comic-book series

DC Entertainment is celebrating Vertigo’s 25th anniversary with a line-wide relaunch that includes seven new books, a new logo and a new name: DC Vertigo.

Why only one of the ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ writers was excited to tackle the Kessel Run

"Solo: A Star Wars Story" writers Lawrence and Jonathan Kasdan explain their decision to include the infamous Kessel Run in their Han Solo origin story.

The 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' writers explain that surprise appearance

Explaining why that surprise character turns up in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and how the movie ties in elements from the animated "Star Wars" shows.

Rebecca Sugar’s commitment to LGBTQ visibility continues to drive 'Steven Universe'

Now in its fifth season, Cartoon Network's “Steven Universe” continues to break ground with its LGBTQ representation in a children's cartoon. Series creator Rebecca Sugar reflects on how the show has been a pioneering force.

How Paul Bettany sent a text message and became 'Solo: A Star Wars Story's' new villain

Paul Bettany discusses how he joined the "Solo: A Star Wars Story" cast to play Dryden Vos, the mysterious villain, after Ron Howard took over directing the movie.

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