At Comic-Con, CBS gave us a look at concept art, costumes, and more from the “Star Trek” prequel series that’ll debut this fall.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige showed concept art for the title character and dropped some hints about the 2019 release.
'Wonder Woman' is getting a sequel; while no details were announced, Warner Bros. confirmed to rapturous applause at Comic-Con new film's in the pipeline
"The 'Silicon Valley' guys were really inappropriate" during recording, Munn explained to Yahoo Movies.
Michael Rooker tells Yahoo Movies how far he, 'Guardians' director James Gunn went to guard 'Vol. 2' secrets, including planting fake clues in social media
Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, American spy team known as Stateman (Jeff Bridges, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal) talk to Yahoo Movies at Comic-Con
With Wonder Woman continuing her assault on the box-office record books, it’s no surprise that the film’s brain trust is already cranking away on a sequel. Although no details have been announced yet — we expect some news at Saturday’s Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con — director Patty Jenkins and DC’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns are teaming up for the Amazon princess’ second solo outing. “I’m working right now on the Wonder Woman 2 script,” Johns told Yahoo Movies.
'We haven't announced any casting yet,' Johns says. 'But Dwayne isn't going to be in this movie. He's still doing Black Adam, but he won't be in Shazam!'
But despite success of Fox's envelope-pushing films, Tatum isn't ready to commit to making Gambit an R-rated film: "We're not quite going there, because I enjoyed Gambit as a kid so I don't want to rule out PG-13."
Catwoman and Wonder Woman might be on opposing sides in DC's comic books, but off screen it's a pure love fest.
The team is the centerpiece of DC's booth, prominently located in the main thoroughfare of the San Diego Convention Center. Yahoo Movies got up close with the heroes; click through for our snaps from the show floor.
Say hello to Poe Dameron's new wingman: C'ai Threnalli, the latest character revealed from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. C'ai was introduced to this galaxy Wednesday at the San Diego Comic-Con preview night, where he was stationed inside the Star Wars booth alongside some of the other ace pilots of the Resistance.
As you may recall, Bruce Wayne's last Batmobile from Batman v Superman wasn't quite Kryptonian proof. That means that the upcoming Justice League movie will feature a new and improved model, and Yahoo Movies has your first look.
Yahoo Movies has a sneak peek at limited-edition collectibles that will only be available to attendees of Comic-Con.
With San Diego Comic-Con just two months away, Yahoo TV has your first look at one of the top toy exclusives that will be offered: Daredevil.
Part Matrix with a little Harry Potter sprinkled on top, Doctor Strange promises to look and feel unlike any other Marvel movie. “In amongst that, there’s a very serious message, which is the idea of selflessness, the idea of how you go on a journey of self-discovery to realize you know nothing and that’s the beginning of knowledge,” Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game, Star Trek Into Darkness) told us at Comic-Con (watch above) shortly after Marvel’s splashy panel. Cumberbatch stars as Dr. Stephen Strange, an egocentric neurosurgeon who, following a devastating accident, is recruited by The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) to master the mystic arts and hop dimensions while, of course, also saving the universe.
To be clear, Mads Mikkelsen’s crack-eyed Kaecilius in Marvel’s upcoming mythical actioner Doctor Strange is not a good guy. A disciple of the Baron Mordo (played in the film by Chiwetel Ejiofor), Kaecilius wasn’t all that well developed in the comics, but we do know he did his evil master’s bidding, and will be making life extra tough for Benedict Cumberbatch’s titular superhero. Mikkelsen says his inspiration for the part, however, is one of cinema’s most revered good guys of all time: late martial arts icon and movie star Bruce Lee.
Not overly enthusiastic about your ballot options in this year’s upcoming presidential election? While it will inevitably be Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump who takes the Oval Office after November’s vote, we couldn’t help but fantasize about an alternate timeline where some universally beloved figure could unite a divided nation, someone like… a Marvel superhero.
The cultural significance of playing the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first black lead superhero is not lost on Chadwick Boseman. All four came out on stage in San Diego, where they also announced The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira had been added to the cast.
Unlike the eight Harry Potter movies, there is no preexisting novel that introduces the new wizards and No-Majs (that’s Muggles to Potterheads) who inhabit Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Set in 1920s New York, the movie will focus on Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), a wizard who accidentally sets the title beasts loose and wreaks havoc in the magical world of the United States.
Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and actors Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, Jason Mitchell, and Corey Hawkins are stomping on hallowed ground with next year’s big-screen adventure, Kong: Skull Island. The movie is an origin story for King Kong, the iconic, oversized ape who first climbed into pop-culture conscience in 1933.