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  • A talk with Evangeline Lilly, the most competent character in 'Ant-Man'

    A talk with Evangeline Lilly, the most competent character in 'Ant-Man'

    Although audiences are probably meant to root for Scott Lang in "Ant-Man," it's hard to not want Hank Pym to just give his Ant-Man suit to the character who most deserves to wear it -- his daughter Hope Van Dyne.

  • Exclusive premiere of "From Dusk Till Dawn" Season 2 posters

    Exclusive premiere of "From Dusk Till Dawn" Season 2 posters

    Inspired by the cult classic vampire flick from 1996 starring Quentin Tarantino and George Clooney, "From Dusk Till Dawn" the TV series continues the story of the bank-robbing Gecko brothers and their encounters with a pack of vampires south of the border. We've got the first look from the new...

  • Why that new 'Ant-Man' hero may not be dead after all

    Why that new 'Ant-Man' hero may not be dead after all

    Though "Ant-Man’s" primary purpose may be to introduce audiences to the titular shrinking superhero via a redemption story wrapped in a heist movie, Scott Lang and Hank Pym are not the only Marvel heroes introduced in the film. Another massive comic book character was introduced, and her arrival...

  • 'Xena: Warrior Princess' could return to TV as NBC series

    'Xena: Warrior Princess' could return to TV as NBC series

    "Xena: Warrior Princess" is trying to fight its way back to television, led by executive producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi, who helped shape the original show.

  • Sid and Marty Krofft are back with 'Mutt & Stuff': 'We go with our heart'

    Sid and Marty Krofft are back with 'Mutt & Stuff': 'We go with our heart'

    Sid and Marty Krofft have been to more Comic-Cons than they can count, starting at some of those first early meetings in San Diego, always with the hope that they could connect their brand of entertainment with like-minded people.

  • Jaimie Alexander on being naked, tattooed and alone in Times Square for 'Blindspot'

    Jaimie Alexander on being naked, tattooed and alone in Times Square for 'Blindspot'

    Thor's best warrior, Jaimie Alexander, has a new project that involved being stuffed naked in a bag and discovered mind-wiped in Times Square. We chatted with Alexander about her new main gig uncovering the past in "Blindspot," and also got a few details on Lady Sif's new streetwear look in "Agents...

  • Even before 'Ant-Man,' Hollywood has loved to shrink its stars

    Even before 'Ant-Man,' Hollywood has loved to shrink its stars

    In the new Marvel superhero fantasy "Ant-Man," Paul Rudd plays a man who shrinks to insect size and battles evildoers with the help of his ant army.

  • Comic-Con 2015: L.A. Times photo booth, Polaroid style

    Comic-Con 2015: L.A. Times photo booth, Polaroid style

    In homage to San Diego Comic-Con, The Times' Hero Complex set up a studio inside the convention for stars to have their photos taken, including with a Polaroid Land Camera from the late '60s. Eschewing a flash and using only San Diego sunlight to illuminate each subject, here's a collection of...

  • Happy birthday to Disneyland, and to Tomorrowland's forgotten pig

    Happy birthday to Disneyland, and to Tomorrowland's forgotten pig

    Today, Disneyland's Tomorrowland is populated with characters from "Star Wars," "Toy Story" and, increasingly, figures from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But long before there were meet-and-greet sessions with the likes of Captain America or Thor, Tomorrowland was home to a different sort of critter.

  • Neill Blomkamp's 'Alien' concept art confirms the return of this classic 'Aliens' character

    Neill Blomkamp's 'Alien' concept art confirms the return of this classic 'Aliens' character

    In January, "Chappie" and "District 9" director Neill Blomkamp unvieled a host of secret "Alien"- inspired concept art he was puttering around with. No surprise here, the Internet went completely mental over these designs of Sigourney Weaver back in the Xenomorph saddle again. Shortly after, the...

  • 'Orphan Black' cast on Tatiana's new clone Krystal and Felix's undercover operation

    'Orphan Black' cast on Tatiana's new clone Krystal and Felix's undercover operation

    Earlier today the Internet's thirst for mainstream "Orphan Black" notoriety was finally quenched when lead actress Tatiana Maslany was nominated for an Emmy. And at San Diego Comic-Con we sat down with the stellar cast of "Orphan Black," Dylan Bruce, Kristian Bruun, Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle...

  • First look at X-Men's new giant blue villain, Apocalypse

    First look at X-Men's new giant blue villain, Apocalypse

    Entertainment Weekly just unleashed the first official look at "X-Men: Apocalypse's" new big bad, Apocalypse. For a thousand-year-old blue mutant, that's probably the least ridiculous version we're going to get. But he still looks truly outrageous.  Oscar Isaac, who plays him, said at the Fox panel...

  • Kennedy Center to honor George Lucas, others

    Kennedy Center to honor George Lucas, others

    Strong with the Force, the Kennedy Center is. George Lucas, the "Star Wars" filmmaker, has been named one of six honorees for the annual Kennedy Center Honors, which will be presented in a ceremony Dec. 6 in Washington, D.C., organizers announced Wednesday.

  • Idris Elba joins the 'Star Trek Beyond' cast, break dances on the Enterprise bridge

    Idris Elba joins the 'Star Trek Beyond' cast, break dances on the Enterprise bridge

    The cast of "Star Trek Beyond" gathered on the bridge of the Enterprise for a video to promote their new charity venture, confirming rumors that Idris Elba has joined the cast of Justin Lin's upcoming film. 

  • Jesse Eisenberg compares Comic-Con experience to 'some kind of genocide'

    Jesse Eisenberg compares Comic-Con experience to 'some kind of genocide'

    Though Jesse Eisenberg was promoting his movie "The End of the Tour," he may have let some of his character from "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," villain Lex Luthor, slip out when he compared the advancing crowd at Comic-Con to "genocide."

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