More and more, it's looking like Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is shaping up to the surprise hit of the summer. The more of this movie we see, the more we're strangely intrigued. Which is why we're excited to show you the brand new exclusive clip that MTV was able to get their hands on.
Images from Marvel Comics' cinematic adaptation of Stan Lee's Thor are on display at Comic-Con and the Main Hall at Odin's palace is already garnering rave reviews.
Comic-Con is in full swing down in San Diego, which means that creators of the most highly-anticipated adaptation movies are releasing exciting new content. Two of the more exciting reveals have been images from the upcoming Thor and Captain America movies. Hit the jump to take a peek.
The Comic-Con excitement continues with a new trailer for Buried. In the film, a civilian contractor in Iraq (Ryan Reynolds) wakes up and finds himself buried alive in the desert. He slowly begins to piece together the details about the terrifying ordeal he's going through and how he got there in the first place. Take a look after the jump.
It was only a matter of time until a zombie flick scored a true A-lister, and now it's finally happened as Brad Pitt has inked his name on the line to star in World War Z. Hit the jump to get the details.
Everyone knows that the panels at Comic-Con are the biggest draw of the show. Getting to meet the actors, directors, and producers in an intimate setting is something movie fans only get to do once per year. This year, Disney really pulled out all the stops for its TRON Legacy panel, doing something that has never been done in the history...
Comic-Con 2010 is fast approaching and the funny guys from the Screen Team Show have created a hilarious and sexy Comic-Con-inspired parody of Katy Perry’s "California Gurls." Fanboys, geeks, nerds, and dorks, it's time to unite and get your cosplay on!
Hall H is packed to capacity as everyone crams into this gigantic room in anticipation of one of the biggest panels of this year's Comic-Con: the Iron Man 2 panel. The host from Access Hollywood gets booed down by the audience, but he deflects the huge hatred cast upon him by bringing out one of the producers of the film...And then Jon Favreau...
The director Ruben Fleischer, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and the awesome Woody Harrelson take the stage for the Zombieland after we get to see a brand new, never-before-seen trailer for the movie. The trailer's pretty great, too, so here's hoping it hits the web soon.
Mike Judge takes the stage to cheers and applause, and is then followed by Jason Bateman. The Extract panel is under way. Bateman says, "Hiiiiiii!" in his best effete voice. Mila Kunis, no stranger by now to Comic-Con, also takes the stage...and she's looking pretty good.