Footage was screened earlier today from the first nine episodes of this CW Network series, airing Wednesday nights at 8 PM ET.
A recruiting poster asks for volunteers to join against city destroying giant monsters in this sci-fi thriller from Guillermo Del Toro.B. Alan Orange
Alexandra Daddario stars as a young woman who inherits the house where the original Leatherface murders took place.
One talented artist who saw the footage in San Diego gives us a unique glimpse at Edgar Wright's upcoming Marvel adventure.
Sony Pictures will present the first footage for both these horror remakes Saturday, October 13 at the Javits Center in New York City.
The stars from 666 Park Avenue, Arrow, The Following, and Person of Interest will hit the Con starting Saturday, October 13th.
Director Peter Jackson offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at his experience in San Diego this year.
Take a look at scenes shown to fans in San Diego from the upcoming season, debuting this fall on Cartoon Network.
You'll be left brainless and gruesome if you pay a visit to this deadly town, as seen in the latest 1-sheet for Michael J. Bassett's sequel.
The original creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles calls this one of the best films yet, comparing it to The Raid: Redemption.
Ed Stoppard, Leelee Sobieski, and Jeffrey Tambor star in this thriller about one man determined to take down a dystopian society.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone made their first trip to Comic-Con for the Hall H panel to discuss Simon West's action sequel.
Take a look at early designs for some of the creatures featured in this DreamWorks Animation adventure, set in the Stone Ages.
Michael Pena tries to hook up Jake Gyllenhaal with a Mexican woman in this scene from director David Ayer's L.A. cop drama.
The actor reprises his role from the 2004 reboot alongside Ron Perlman in this 10-minute short that debuted at Comic-Con Saturday night.
The show's legions of fans were treated to this video earlier today, in the San Diego Comic-Con Hall H panel.
Take a look at the explosive first look at what fans in Hall H were shown during the FX Network show's Comic-Con panel on Sunday.