Quentin Tarantino's a talkative guy.
Over the weekend, he brought his unique gift of gab to San Diego, promoting his upcoming Django Unchained-Zorro crossover comic.
The filmmaker finally confirmed that he's making The Hateful Eight next and also offered an update on when we mighty actually see the Kill Bill mega-movie he's been talking about for the last decade.
Couldn't make it to San Diego for Comic-Con?
Made it to the Con but couldn't/wouldn't wait in the Hall H line on Saturday?
Either way, Marvel Studios has you covered, offering up video excerpts from the Ant-Man and Avengers: Age of Ultron panels during Marvel's crazily-anticipated Hall H panel.
After debuting during the Hall H panel this weekend, an extended red band trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has brought Frank Miller's most Millerian daydreams online.
The first proper teaser trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is all about symbols.
There's the Mockinjay symbol of the title, a graphical representation of the discontent that's tearing through Panem, driving the dystopian society ever closer to all-out uprising.
And then there's Katniss Everdeen herself, the indomitable Tribute from District 12 whose compassion and stubbornness kicked off all the unrest in the first place.
Marvel is so good at Comic-Con that its not just hyping huge comic book movies arriving next summer through 2019, it's also creating a wave of hype that can only benefit Guardians of the Galaxy when it opens nationwide next week.
While goosing expectations for Saturday's Hall H panel with Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man concept art, Marvel Studios has also dropped two superb clips from Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as a featurette focused on the most dangerous women in the universe.
Oh, and there's even a glimpse at the back of Thanos's throne!
Greasing the way for Radcliffe's first-ever time onstage in Hall H, we've got two stylish posters for Horns, a unique thriller based on the crackling bestseller by Joe Hill.
If you had your fingers crossed that this Friday's Fox presentation in Hall H would include a big reveal for next summer's Fantastic Four reboot, you can uncross them now.
Simon Kinberg, the co-writer and producer, has made it emphatically clear that The Fantastic Four is sitting out Comic-Con.
A banner hanging at the San Diego Convention Center for Comic-Con reveals our first official look at Rupert Friend in the Hitman reboot.
Conveniently, the banner also drops a new title, calling the movie Hitman: Agent 47.
Marvel Studios has created a perfect storm of anticipation for its Comic-Con presentation.
Just today, the reigning champ of crossover comic book franchises rolled out posterized concept art for Ant-Man and announced a May 3, 2018 release date for a mystery movie that's probably Avengers 3.
Now, in an unprecedented bit of hype happenstance (hypenstance™), Robert Downey Jr. is discussing the possibility of Iron Man 4 and Iron Man's kicking ass alongside Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) in two bits of concept art from Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Pop quiz, hotshot: How do you know Comic-Con is about to kick off?
Answer, smartass: Everybody opens the poster floodgates, unleashing a torrent of one-sheets for every would-be blockbuster this side of 2016.
Marvel Studios plays the Con like a finely tuned fiddle every year, so of course its first big reveal of Comic-Con 2014 is a humdinger of an Ant-Man poster that ought to take attention away from the Mad Max: Fury Road and The Hobbit Desolation of Smaug posters that also debuted today.