Veronica Mars @ Comic-Con: Movie Sneak Peek Reveals Punchy V and Hot, Wet Logan, Piz & Dick
As hardcore fans know, the plot of the upcoming Veronica Mars film finds Veronica “getting pulled back into this life that she thought she had left behind,” series creator and movie mastermind Rob Thomas told fans during Friday’s Comic-Con panel, which also featured a sneak peek at the flick. READ MORE
Exclusive First Look: Watch Nikita's Nostalgia-Filled Comic-Con Sizzle Reel Now!
Ready to say goodbye to Nikita?
The cast and showrunner of The CW’s spy saga took the stage for the last time at Comic-Con this Thursday morning (in a panel moderated by yours truly), and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the movie-grade sizzle reel that kicked things off. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Intelligence's Josh Holloway, Marg Helgenberger on the Script That Lured Them Back to Television
Josh Holloway grew up with three brothers acting out James Bond and Mission Impossible fantasies, so it’s not a big surprise that he chose CBS’ Intelligence — in which he plays an agent enhanced with a microchip that allows him to access the entire electromagnetic spectrum — as his first major TV role after six seasons on Lost. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO Q&A
Zachary Levi Details the Plan for a Chuck Movie, Previews His Role in 'Arthouse' Thor Sequel
If entertainment “mogul” Zachary Levi has anything to say about it, Chuck absolutely will hit the big screen — but by specific fundraising means, at a certain time and in a way that benefits the NBC spy comedy’s longtime fans best. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO Q&A
Hannibal Season 2: Bryan Fuller, Hugh Dancy Tease a 'Scrappy,' 'More Calculating' Will Graham
Will Graham is mad as hell, and he’s not going to take it anymore.
That was the general gist from Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy, as they spoke with Michael Ausiello about Season 2 of the dark, dark NBC drama, at TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO Q&A
Star-Crossed Stars Talk Civil-Rights Issues, Crazy Fashion and Three-Way (!) 'Shipper Names
The CW‘s midseason drama Star-Crossed is one part District 9 and one part Romeo and Juliet — with perhaps a dash of Project Runway thrown in for good measure. At least that was the take-home message when series stars Aimee Teegarden, Matt Lanter and Grey Damon sat down with Meg Masters in TVLine’s Con-Con interview suite. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO Q&A
The X-Files @ Comic-Con: Anderson/Duchovny Revisit TV Romance, Share Interest in New Movie
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny made their Comic-Con Ballroom 20 entrance on Thursday among darkness, with flashlights in hand, to celebrate The X-Files‘ 20th anniversary and survey the show’s future. (Yes, we said future.) READ MORE
Sherlock @ Comic-Con: Will Season 3 End With Another Brutal Cliffhanger?
Sherlock producers Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue hit Comic-Con on Thursday to dish their titular character’s great (literal) fall at the end of Season 2, dissect the bromance between Sherlock and John and drop clues about what’s coming in Season 3. Read on to find out what they had to say: READ MORE
Comic-Con First Look: Under the Dome's Stark and Moo-ving Key Art!
Holy cow! CBS has unveiled the key art it’ll be using at San Diego Comic-Con for its summer smash Under the Dome, and it’s inspired by the most indelible (and crazy-gory) image from the show’s premiere. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO
Exclusive First Look: The Following Scares Up 'Super' Cool Comic-Con Bags - Take a Peek!
Warner Bros. once again has the official Comic-Con bag market cornered — and we have your exclusive first look at the carryall featuring the fine (all mashed together) faces of The Following. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS