20th Century Fox kept most mum on its Hall H panel, releasing virtually no information about the event in Comic-Con's most cavernous setting. In the absence of facts, rumors evolve.
The wildest of these rumors turned out to be just that, but the studio did deliver the massive cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past, bridging the gap between two franchise continuities, whipping fans into a fervor, and showing off first look footage at what appears to be the ultimate X-Men movie.
In the final moments of the new theatrical trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, we see Jennifer Lawrence once again staring death in the face as Katniss Everdeen.
It's a familiar moment, one that echoes the first glimpse of the arena in The Hunger Games. Yet it feels different: the stakes are higher.
For Panem, the status quo is history.
A huge haul of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire character posters show that the hottest fashion among Hunger Games winners is undoubtedly the wetsuit.
Lionsgate is using a new image as fertilizer so that this Saturday's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire panel at San Diego Comic-Com will grow a mighty crop of fans whose excitement for the sequel knows no bounds.
At this point, you probably assumed that you knew who is going to be in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but it looks like one member of the sprawling, multi-generational X-cast has been kept secret up until now.
A new image provides photographic proof that Lucas Till is indeed reprising his X-Men: First Class role as Alex Summers, also known as Havok.
The second installment in The Hunger Games series is just under five months away from hitting theaters, but casting on the third and fourth entries is already underway.
Having assembled quite a cast for this November's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, director Francis Lawrence is trying to keep the streak alive. He's reportedly looking at the great Julianne Moore to play President Alma Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Parts 1 and 2.
Summer is the perfect time for the Saturn Awards.
During the winter's awards season, genre fare tends to get shafted in favor of stuffier fare in which superheroes don't save New York from aliens. But during the summer, The Avengers can not only be the second-biggest movie of all time (not adjusted for inflation), it can also be the big winner at the 39th Annual Saturn Awards.
If you have a disturbingly specific fetish for blue-skinned people on the streets of Montreal, then the latest batch of unofficial images from X-Men: Days of Future Past will scratch your itch like nothing else.
Much of the attention paid to X-Men: Days of Future Past has focused on the return of franchise long timers like Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, and Halle Berry.
The latest behind the scenes images from the film, however, remind us that this movie is definitely a sequel to X-Men: First Class.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is going to involve mutants from two timelines getting into action-packed adventures. Which X-villain could possibly go up against two generations of X-Men?
The identity of the bad guy has been kept quiet, but if Bryan Singer's latest tweet isn't a bit of misdirection, it all but confirms as a sturdy rumor as to just who Peter Dinklage is playing in next summer's sequel.