What You Need To Know About Day 1 Of Comic-Con 2013
Trending stories on 'Teen Wolf,' 'Dexter' and 'Ender's Game' from San Diego Comic-Con.
The MTV show is coming back sooner than you think. The cast -- Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin and Crystal Reed -- dropped the big news at their panel Thursday night. Find out when the premiere is airing (and get a sneak peek at the upcoming episodes) on Deadline.
Following the footsteps of The Hunger Games, the filming for young adult books series finished just two days ago and the cast unveiled a preview clip at the opening day of San Diego Comic-Con. Get the inside information about the series on Empire.
The Showtime series is heading into its final season and the network is send it off with bang. The cast of Dexter -- including previously killed characters -- reunited at its panel for one final goodbye. Peep the reunion snapshot below.
The X-Files stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson came together once again to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the FOX sci-fi show. The onscreen duo dished about potentially starring in another movie (Fight the Future, part 2?!) while also opened up about their character's undeniable chemistry (spoiler alert: sex ensues). Catch what went down during the panel at TVLine.
The film adaptation for the 1985 sci-fi novel has its first clip starring Harrison Ford. Watch the short teaser on Entertainment Weekly.
Ghost Ghirls, which will premiere all 12 episodes AT ONCE this fall on Yahoo! Comedy is executive produced by Jack Black and features co-creators/lead actresses, Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci. The two are pitched as Lucille Ball and her BFF Ethel but taking on ghosts and had the audience laughing out loud numerous times during the screening/panel. The episodes will also feature a number of guest stars including Dave Grohl, Jake Johnson, and Val Kilmer as well as Black and his Tenacious D counterpart, Kyle Gass.
For The Sidekick, Benedict brought together Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr, Jason Ritter, Jordan Peele, Josh Meyers and Richard Speight, Jr. The short film focuses on the best part of a superhero duo -- the sidekick, of course. All the stars do their best to make you laugh in spandex costumes while Caplan's character gets involved with career sidekick, Max McCabe (Benedict). They shot the film in 5 days and Benedict is hoping if he plays his cards right, that it could spin into a series. Check out thesidekickproject.com for more info.