Comic-con 2014

Director and writer Guillermo del Toro (Pacific Rim, Hellboy) appeared in Hall H at Comic-Con International 2014 in San Diego on Saturday to discuss his new film Crimson Peak, which stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, and Charlie Hunnam.    

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick had the pleasure of speaking exclusively with Guillermo del Toro about Crimson Peak and a few of his other upcoming projects. The fan favorite director discussed Crimson Peak, the story, his cast of actors, recently announcing Pacific Rim 2, when he'll start production, developing Justice League Dark, what characters will be on the team, and what it will take for him to make Hellboy 3.

Marvel Studios, the reigning king of Comic-Con hype, once again emerged with the most talked-about presentation in San Diego this weekend.

The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is so bright Hulk might as well have been wearing shades tonight as Ant-Man and Avengers: Age of Ultron took over Hall H with star-studded panels and outstanding footage.

That's not all, either.  While no star or release date for Doctor Strange was revealed, Marvel did formally announce Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

Warner Bros. made sure everybody was paying attention by revealing Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Then the studio kept its Comic-Con game tight with a jam-packed panel for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

Legendary Entertainment ruled Hall H with the busiest presentation of Comic-Con so far.

The exceedingly genre-friendly Legendary brought a veritable three-ring circus to San Diego, announcing the monsters Gojira will face in Godzilla 2 and beyond, as well as the development of Skull Island, a King Kong prequel. 

Then there were also illuminating panels for Warcraft, Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak, and blackhat, a cyber-crime thriller from Michael Mann.

Just because The Fantastic Four skipped Comic-Con doesn't mean that the reboot can't accidentally get in on the first look image action.

A picture from the Baton Rouge set may have leaked, giving our first sense of how The Thing will look in this new take on Marvel's First Family.

Officially, Warner Bros. didn't include Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on its roster of panels at Comic-Con today.

Still, fans knew that the studio wouldn't miss the chance to rustle up hype for the lynchpin of DC's cinematic future.  They weren't disappointed, as Hall H was treated to first look footage of Bats and Supes preparing to throw down.

Much more importantly, Warners revealed the first look at Gal Gadot in costume as Wonder Woman, sharing the image online almost immediately after its debut in San Diego.

The wait for Marvel's Hall H panel is almost over.

To make the final hours of speculation feel even longer, Marvel Studios has unveiled the final pieces of the mega-poster that's been slowly coming together, finishing it off with two snappy Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art posters featuring Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) combating Ultron drones.

Former Heavy Weight Champion "Iron" Mike Tyson (The Hangover) appeared at Comic-Con International 2014 in San Diego on Friday to discuss his new Adult Swim series Mike Tyson Mysteries.   

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick had the rare pleasure to speak exclusively with Mike Tyson about Mike Tyson Mysteries. The Champ discussed his new series, why he decided to do it, being a comedy figure, transforming his career, and his three cartoon sidekicks - the Ghost of the Marquess of Queensbury, Mike’s adopted Korean daughter, and a pigeon who was once a man.

Daniel Radcliffe made his Comic-Con debut today, bringing the wicked little horror tale Horns to Hall H.

In Horns, the British star goes where he's never gone before onscreen: America.  That means sporting an accent, one that sounds almost unrecognizable in the full theatrical trailer that premiered in San Diego and is now available online for your viewing pleasure.

Zack Snyder is set to direct Justice League back-to-back with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

So a screenplay for DC's all-star ensemble is going to have to be ready to go lickety split.  But who will write Justice League?

If the studio has its druthers, then it'll be the guy who wrote Batman v Superman.

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