At today's 'Breaking Bad' panel at Comic-Con 2013, showrunner Vince Gilligan and the cast debuted some footage from the upcoming final season premiere, and while we don't have that to show you, we do have another video they showed at the panel -- a new trailer that takes you through the previous seasons with some of the most memorable moments, all leading up to the season 5 premiere on August 11.
Matt Smith may leave ‘Doctor Who’ behind by the end of the year, but judging by the mammoth excitement from the panel at Comic-Con 2013, the future of the series remains well intact. Steven Moffat brought along Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Marcus Wilson, Mark Gatiss and David Bradley to preview the major ‘Doctor Who’ milestones of the coming year, so what did we learn amid all the excitement from fans in attendance?
If you weren't able to attend Comic-Con 2013 this weekend (or if you were there and didn't make it to Hall H on Saturday), you can now view the entire Marvel panel online and catch everything you missed, including 'Thor: The Dark World,' 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' and the announcement of 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron.'
Though ‘Breaking Bad’ hasn’t always traditionally been the type of show to feature at Comic-Con 2013, this year the AMC took over Hall H on Sunday to preview the final run of episodes that kicks off August 11. The cast and crew were on hand to speak about their characters’ journeys over the last few years, and tease the explosive finale to come, so what did we learn from ‘Breaking Bad’ at Comic-Con 2013?
‘Supernatural’ season 8 literally went down in flames with this past season finale “Sacrifice,” but you’d never know it from the raucous Hall H panel from Comic-Con 2013! Fan favorites Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Mark Sheppard, Misha Collins, executive producers Robert Singer and Jeremy Carver, and a special guest packed the halls to preview the new season and answer questions of the road ahead, so what new ‘Supernatural’ shenanigans can we expect from season 9?
Picture this scene: Playboy and Universal Pictures host a wild party outside at Comic-Con the other night. There are stuntmen on ziplines, Playboy bunnies, lots and lots and lots of alcohol. Now imagine showing up to that party the very next morning at 9am. There are no stuntmen or models and the only alcohol left are the many random bottles still strewn around. This is when and where I meet 'Kick-Ass 2' director Jeff Wadlow.
We both look and feel a little...worse for wear. A member of the cleaning crew is nice enough to cover over with some Windex and clean off a small area for us to sit. I feel hungover. I feel like I'm back in college. It all feels very...'Kick-Ass.'
And with that, we're off and talking Comic-Con, the challenges of making a sequel and casting Jim Carrey.
Hot on the heels of ‘Arrow’’s first CW season, and a number of recent announcements, the majority of the DC comics TV series cast and executive producers dropped by Comic-Con 2013’s Ballroom 20 to not only preview ‘Arrow’ season 2 with fresh footage, but also announce new villains and guest stars! So, what was the big ‘Arrow’ season 2 scoop from Comic-Con 2013?
Good news, everyone! ‘Futurama’ held its last, and potentially best panel at Comic-Con 2013, and we were on hand to get all the details. Series creator Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, and the entire cast (including Comic-Con first-timer Tress McNeille) were on hand to preview the final episodes, and say goodbye to the series, so what did we learn from the last ‘Futurama’ panel ever?
Almost immediately following the ‘Family Guy’ panel from Comic-Con 2013 today came the ‘American Dad’ panel, though series creator Seth MacFarlane wasn’t in attendance given his work on ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West.’ Cast and crew were on hand to preview season 10, before the series moves to TBS in 2014, so what did we learn from the latest ‘American Dad’ footage at Comic-Con 2013?
‘Family Guy’ fans were recently shocked to learn that the Seth MacFarlane-created series would cross over with its natural rival ‘The Simpsons,’ but what did we learn from the most recent panel at Comic-Con 2013? Seth MacFarlane himself was too busy with ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ to appear, but the cast and producers had plenty of upcoming tidbits and clips to show from the new season debuting this fall!