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It’s the final day of Comic Con 2022, and while there aren’t usually too many BIG panels set for the last day in San Diego, there were still a couple notable panels to talk about. And check out just some of the cosplayers on display this year:

Mayans M.C.

The show has been renewed for a 5th season by FX.

And here is a video interview from the folks at Entertainment Weekly with a few of the cast members:

What We Do in the Shadows

You can watch this video interview with some of the cast of and creatives behind What We Do in the SHadows courtesy of the folks at IGN.

Here are more Comic Con Portraits from the folks at TV Insider.

And, thanks to the folks over at Syfy, Gizmodo and Yahoo, the following are pictures of just some of the cosplayers at this year’s fete:

Day One Cosplayers

Day One Cosplayers

Day Two Cosplayers

Day Two Cosplayers

Day Three Cosplayers

Until next year!!

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It’s Day Three of San Diego Comic Con, and that means the big guns are pulled out (metaphorically speaking) with movie trailers, big name stars and tons of reveals made all throughout the convention center and the surrounding area.

The first big trailer to be shown was for the upcoming sequel movie Shazam: Fury of the Gods and it does NOT disappoint. You can see the trailer below:

DC Universe

Here is the Comic Con Sneak Peek at Dwayne Johnson in Black Adam:

Here is an article from the folks at Variety about what else the DC Universe did (and didn’t) share in Hall H today.

Apple TV+

The third and final season of the Jason Momoa series See will premiere on the streaming service on August 26, and here is the trailer for that final chapter:


Check out this video interview, featuring some of the cast of the Paramount+ (formerly CBS) thriller series Evil courtesy of the folks at Entertainment Weekly.

House of the Dragon

Here is an article from the folks at Variety about the much-anticipated Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon.

You can also see the official trailer for the new series below:

Star Trek Universe

Here is a teaser trailer for season 3 of Star Trek: Picard:

Here is an article from the folks at TV Line about Star Trek: Strange New World.

Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire

Again, thanks to the folks at Variety, here is an article [which includes a trailer) about the much-anticipated small screen series adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire.

The Sandman

From the visionary author Neil Gaiman, Netflix will debut the highly anticipated small screen adaptation of The Sandman with an impressive ensemble cast. You can see the trailer below:

The Orville

Check out this video interview with much of the cast of The Orville courtesy of the folks at Entertainment Weekly.

Resident Alien

Here is a video interview with the hysterical cast of Syf’s Resident Alien via the folks at Entertainment Weely.

Marvel Studios

And, of course, the folks at Marvel Studios had a TON of movies and projects to provide details about.

Here is an article from TV Line about plans for Phase 5 of the MC Universe

In line with that article, it’s official that Daredevil will back this time on Disney+. Check out this article from TV Line for more details about that.

Here is an article from Variety about the next movie in the Ant-Man franchise.

Here is an article from Variety about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Here is an article, also from Variety, about the MCU’s latest reboot of the Fantastic Four set for November 2024.

Here is an article from Variety about two new Avengers movies to end the MCU Phase 6 in 2025.

And, here is the visually stunning trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever:

Kevin Smith

Check out this article about the Comic Con “God” Kevin Smith and what’s on tap from him thanks to the folks at MSN.

Make sure to check out the Comic Con Portraits done by the folks at TV Insider.

Make sure to come back tomorrow for the final report on Day 4 of Comic Con as this year’s fete comes to an end.

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It’s Day Two of San Diego Comic Con, and while there were endless panels and events all over the place around and inside the convention center, the following were some of the bigger shows and/or movies that were highlighted throughout the day today:

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

You can check out this article from the folks at TV Line.

And, here is a direct link to the full trailer for the much anticipated small screen adaptation of the legendary movies based on the even more legendary story by J.R.R. Tolkien:

Paper Girls

The brand new Amazon Prime retro series is based on the comic book of the same and set in the early hours after Halloween in 1988, centered around four paper girls who are out on their delivery route where they get caught in the crossfire between warring time-travelers.

You can read this article about the show’s panel courtesy of Yahoo News; and watch the Entertainment Weekly interview with the cast and creatives too.

Here is a trailer for the new drama:

The Walking Dead Franchise

Here is the trailer for the latest installation of The Walking Dead Universe: Tales of the Walking Dead:

As well as an article from the folks at Variety about the new show.

And here is an article, also from Variety, about the final episodes of the flagship series – The Walking Dead.

Then there is the news that the Rick Grimes movies are being scrapped for a limited series that will star Andrew Lincoln and Danai Guirira. You can read more about it here courtesy of the folks at TV Line.

For All Mankind

Not only has the show been given a season four renewal (YES!!), but they made an appearance at Comic Con. You can read an article from Deadline here, and they included a couple pictures of the cast and creatives who were on hand to talk all things alternate space drama.

Green Lantern: Beware My Power

The animated movie, starring Aldis Hodge as the voice of John Stewart, was one of the big, end of the day panels to take the stage. Read this exclusive article from the folks at ComicBookMovies.com

You can also check out this cool cavalcade of photos, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, showing just some of the celebs and creatives who were on hand at Comic Con yesterday.

Again, this was just a small sample of the panels and events that took place at San Diego Comic Con 2022 today.

Make sure to come back tomorrow for even more, as Saturday is always the BIG day at the annual fete.

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This year’s annual fete actually took place in person in San Deigo, starting off with a big panel in Hall H for the upcoming box office movie Dungeons & Dragons that will star Chris Pine (Star Trek reboot franchise), Rege Jean-Page (from Bridgerton), Justice Smith (from the Jurassic World movies), Michelle Rodriguez (from the Fast & Furious franchise) and the one and only Hugh Grant.

Here is a trailer for Dungeons & Dragons:

Nathan Fillion and Niecy Nash for The Rookie and The Rookie: Feds

Check out this article from the folks at TV Insider about their panel.

The Rookie and The Rookie: Feds Virtual Panel [Photo Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images]


You can read this article about the panel courtesy of MSN.

Ghosts Panel [Photo Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images]

Teen Wolf: The Reunion Movie

Check out this article from the folks at TV Line about the reunion movie.

Here is a trailer for the much-anticipated movie reunion of the long-running hit thriller series:

National Treasure: Edge of History

Here is an article about the new series from the folks at Variety.

Check out this teaser for the new small screen adaptation series of the popular movie franchise:

Vampire Academy

Check out this article from MSN about the new showl

Here is a trailer for the new small screen adaptation series of the popular book franchise:

This is just a small sample of the panels and events that took place at San Diego Comic Con 2022 today.

Come back tomorrow for more!

REVISED: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy, the Vampire Slayer herself) will star and executive produce the Paramount+ original series Wolf Pack, the sequel of sorts to Teen Wolf. The story behind the new thriller series is based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, followiong a teenage boy and girl whose lives are forever changed when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature. Gellar will star as arson investigator Kristin Ramsey, a highly regarded expert in her field and no stranger to personal loss, brought in by authorities to catch the teenage arsonist who started a massive wildfire which may have also led to the reawakening of a supernatural predator terrorizing Los Angeles.

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Today was the day for fans of the DC Universe whether it’s their love of comics, animation, box office films, video games, fan art, collectibles or TV shows. Today’s virtual event included tons of talent from all of these avenues of the entertainment industry within the DC world as well as sneak peeks, behind the scenes looks, teasers, trailers and announcements galore.

The cavalcade of DC properties that were discussed included:

The box office films Black Adam, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, The Suicide Squad, The Flash, Blue Bettle, Batgirl, Shazam! Gods of Fury and The Batman;

The current TV shows The Flash, Superman & Lois, Stargirl, Supergirl, Doom Patrol, Batwoman, Legends of Tomorrow, Titans, Sweet Tooth and Pennyworth; as well as the upcoming new shows Peacemaker, DMZ, Naomi and The Sandman;

Animated projects (film or in print) such as Aquaman: King of Atlantis, Milestone Media’s Next Generation DC, My Adventures with Superman, League of Super Pets, Injustice, Catwoman: Hunted, Batman: Unburied, Harley Quinn, Young Justice: Phantoms, Batman: Wayne Family Adventures and Batman: Caped Crusader;

Video games such as Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, Gotham Knights and DC’s Heroes and Villains;

The 20th Anniversary of the TV series Smallville and the 80th Anniversary of Wonder Woman were spotlighted: and

Other properties like the upcoming John Ridley book “The Other History of the DC Universe,” “Monkey Prince” comics, Hot Wheels “Batwheels,” new collectibles from McFarlane Toys, the first digital title “Robins” and the “Trial of the Amazons” comics.

Here are some of the big moments from today’s virtual event:

Black Adam sneak peek:

The movie will be in theatres on July 29, 2022.

The Flash introduction of the legendary gold boots.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom behind the scenes:

The movie will be in theatres on December 16, 2022.

Milestone Media Next Generation DC Announcement. This is a new venture created to develop the next generation of comic book artists, writers, colorists, editors and more.

Jim Lee, the renowned comic book artist, writer, editor and publisher, announced that Superman has a new motto: “Truth, justice and a better tomorrow.”

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart will team up, once again, this time providing their voices to the animated movie DC’s League of Super Pets, voicing Krypto and Ace respectively.

The Flash (the box office movie) sneak peek:

The movie is in production now with no official release date set just yet.

DC was in the mood for renewals with Doom Patrol and Titans both announcing each would be back for a 4th season on HBO Max; Sweet Tooth will be back with season two on Netflix and Pennyworth will be back for a 3rd season with all 3 seasons airing on HBO Max.

Here is your first look at Gwendoline Christie (from Game of Thrones and the Star Wars franchise) as Lucifer Morningstar in the upcoming live adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will celebrate 100 episodes and here is a tribute to the show’s “100 episodes in 100 seconds”:

Patty Jenkins and the one and only Lynda Carter shared a conversation about Wonder Woman’s 80th Anniversary, shared that Wonder Woman 3 will happen, and it was also shared that a year-long celebration of everyday women is ongoing via Real Women.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods behind the scenes look:

The movie will be in theatres in 2023.

The Batman Full Trailer:

The movie will be in theatres on March 4, 2022.

You can learn a lot more about DC Fandome here.

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New York Comic Con 2021 was held this weekend with both in-person and virtual panels. TV was represented by many different shows, ranging from superheroes to sci-fi to fantasy to thriller to time travel to apocalyptic to comedy.

The following is only a sampling of the panels that took place over the last few days.


Melissa Benoist participated in a virtual panel for Supergirl and she shared the following:

“I don’t think I truly realized what I was signing up for, so my expectations…my mind was blown right from the start. It was one of the hardest, most challenging experiences of my life, and I think it will remain that for the rest of my life. I hope that (Supergirl) always and forever…shows fans and young women in particular how to be true to yourself and not be afraid to speak up and to empower the people you love around you and really embrace community.”

With the show now wrapped, the two-hour series finale of Supergirl will air on The CW on November 9, Benoist is busy with her 1-year-old child and a new project through her Three Things production banner based on the young adult novel series ‘Haven’s Secret.’



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“So say we all!”

Edward James Olmost and Mary McDonnell appeared in person for this retrospective on the reboot of the 1970’s series that debuted as a mini-series back in 2003.

Both actors were “a bit dubious about the reboot (at first), but after reading the script, (they) both were sold.” They both remembered the dearly departed Richard Hatch, who starred in the original series and came back to play Tom Zarek in the reboot. They shared that Hatch was dubious as well, but became a huge defender of it once it began.

Among the other things they shared during their time on stage was:

* Series creator Ronald D. Moore told McDonnell her character, Laura Roslin, would live to see Earth at the end (of the show) and then die soon after;
* They didn’t know who the famous “final five” Cylons were until they got the scripts for those episodes, and they shared that even some of the actors who ended up playing those Cylons didn’t know;
* McDonnell shared that her most emblematic comment as Roslin was in season 4 when Adama was being threatened. She uttered the line, “I’m coming for all of you” over the comms, and that made McDonnell realize that Roslin was a powerhouse of rage and loss; and,
* Olmos shared that the most difficult scene for him was when Adama put the ring on Roslin’s finger after her death. “It was the last thing we shot together, and it ended up becoming the truth of what life is, the cycle.” And, he shared that he “was very fortunate to part” of the show.

You can rewatch Battlestar Galactica on Peacock, and a revival of the show is in the works for Peacock as well.



The sixth and final season of the sci-fi drama that went from Syfy to Amazon Prime Video was at the con virtually with most of the cast and the producers in attendance. There will be plenty of pedal-to-the-metal excitement, as each episode will roll out “old-school style” – one episode per week.

There will be plenty of tension, guilt and worry on the Rocif with the “not-so-welcome” Clarissa (aka Peaches) in Alex’s (who died last season) stead; tension between Naomi and Amos; Holden still has the weight of the universe on his shoulders; and Avasarala is back heading the UN, trying to save the universe.

The Expanse is back one last time on December 10 on Amazon.



The cast and creator were there virtually to talk about the debut of the fantasy series. Creator Rafe Judkins shared that this show “will be different from other fantasy TV series out there. It’s the book’s connection to Eastern religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism philosophy that makes (it) stand out. It’s not really about defeating evil, it’s about restoring balance to the world. And at a time like this in the world, he feels finding balance is super relevant right now.”

For lead star Rosamund Pike, she shared that “she is a big reader of fantasy, and was intrigued that the central character who gets to change these people’s lives is a woman.

The sets and costumes were described by some of the cast members as “grand scale,” and there was even some speculation on season two before the show even debuts.



[CREDIT: New York Comic Con-Reed Pop]

Cast members Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Chase Crawford and Karen Fukuhara took to the stage in New York to talk about the first two seasons of the superhero series, as they didn’t share much about the upcoming third season.

As you can imagine, the conversation included talk about their super suits, with Antony sharing that Homelander’s getup is among one of the most intense ensembles, stating, “My suit’s a nightmare.” And, Erin teased that Nathan Mitchell (who plays Black Noir) fell asleep in his suit, which covers him head-to-toe, he was “fully 100% asleep, caught on camera.” Jack and Karen shared that while they don’t have super suits, they’re “always covered in blood.”

Some other behind the scenes items were:
* Helen Mirren almost provided the voice over for The Deep’s gills (but that eventually went to Patton Oswalt);
* “We are children on set,” the cast admitted; and,
* Chase joked the Fresca obsession is “still a secret…we don’t know.”

The third season of The Boys will air on Amazon Prime Video, but an official date has yet to be set.



It was another virtual panel for the CBS thriller series that has since moved over to Paramount+. While the season two finale aired on Sunday night, fans can be happy to know that the show will be back for a third season.

The main cast and executive producers were on tap for the panel with co-creator Robert King sharing that the discussions throughout the series between Kristen and David are the “heartbeat” of the series.

Each cast member shared something:
* Katja Herbers shared she enjoyed Kristen unraveling in season two; she’s “always really happy” when a new script comes in;
* Mike Colter shared that he’s “drawn to his character because he’s very far from (who he is) himself, especially when it comes to religion; and,
* Michael Emerson shared that Leland “relishes his work, and he likes the expressions on people’s faces when his sickness goes down; I’m not working so hard at comedy, but I’m grateful it’s there.”



The time travel drama was on the stage with Sam Heughan, author Diana Gabaldon and EP Maril Davis appearing in person while cast members Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton, Lauren Lyle, Cesar Domboy and John Bell were there virtually.

Season 6 will focus on Claire and her beloved Jamie’s attempts to settle in peace and thrive in colonial America – not an easy task, on highlands or in North Carolina. You can see the teaser trailer in the link below:

‘Outlander’ Reveals Season 6 Teaser Trailer Ahead Of 2022 Debut – New York Comic Con

The upcoming season will feature a 90-minute premiere episode and overall consists of 8 episodes. Production on Season 7 will start soon, consisting of 16 episodes.

Outlander will be back with season 6 in early 2022.


Check out the trailer for the latest movie:

Psych 3: This Is Gust will debut on Peacock on November 18.


Season 3 of Hanna will consist of 6 episodes and will premiere on Amazon Prime on November 24.

Here is a trailer:

THE CW’S 4400

Based on the USA Network series The 4400, this reboot still has many elements of the original’s premise, but taken from the perspective of the predominantly black cast. Thousands of people who were abducted from across different points throughout the 21st century are suddenly returned together in the present day with no memory of where they were taken or who took them. What the 4400 do know, however, is that some of them develop different superhuman abilities that drastically change their lives even more.

4400 will debut on The CW on October 25.



The panel featured a conversation with showrunner/writer/executive producer Eliza Clark and several members of the principal cast, including Ben Schnetzer who plays Yorick Brown, the titular last man on Earth after all other humans with a Y chromosome start dropping dead. Even Brian K. Vaughan (co-creator of the comic upon which the series is based) took to the stage in a surprise appearance.

The show went through a lot to get to the small screen: they lost a pair of showrunners, they lost their leading man and then the COVID pandemic hit. They were two weeks from kicking off when the world suddenly went into lockdown.

Clark did share that, “We wanted to photograph people differently, and particularly women, than they have been photographed [before]. Ultimately, what we decided (was) the female gaze was, subjectivity, point-of-view, and detail. You see the roots of hair, you’re seeing skin, sweat, dirt under fingernails. Each scene is shot from somebody’s point-of-view, so that you feel like you’re inside of it.”

You can currently watch Y: The Last Man on FX on Hulu.



The anthology series will be set in the days after the September 11 terrorist attacks when letters led to five deaths and caused panic across the United States.

The cast this time will consist of Daniel Dae Kim [in his first lead role] as FBI Special Agent Matthew Ryker, a character created for the series, and Tony Goldwyn as Dr. Bruce Ivins. Ryker was a microbiologist before he became an FBI agent; Ivins was the lead anthrax researcher for the government.

The Hot Zone: Anthrax will premiere on National Geographic on November 28.


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Hey Outlander fans!

It looks like the show will be heading to New York Comic Con in October.

The show’s Twitter page made the announcement:

“You heard it here first: #Outlander is headed to @NY_Comic_Con! Tickets go on sale July 11. Visit New York Comic Con for more information.”

This announcement comes shortly after Starz revealed that Outlander will be back for Season 6 (hopefully) in early 2022, and marks the third time the series has made an appearance at the (normally) annual event. There has been no word on which cast members will be attending, but in the past series leads Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan have participated along with co-stars Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin.

New York Comic Con will take place from October 7 through October 10 with Outlander scheduled for Saturday, October 9. Most events are typically held at the Javits Center, but check the convention’s website to confirm.

Tickets will go on sale on Sunday, July 11.

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The 8-hour global event of DC Fandome took place today (with encore presentations going through tomorrow) as well as even more “stuff” to be presented on September 12. You can get all the details here.

But some of the big highlights from the fan experience included the brand new trailer for Wonder Woman 1984, a behind-the-scenes look at The Suicide Squad, a teaser for Zack Snyder’s Director’s Cut of Justice League, the introduction of Black Adam (which inducts Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson into the DC Universe) and the first trailer for The Batman.

Check out the details below:

Wonder Woman 1984:

The Suicide Squad [which features familiar faces, reprising their roles from the 2016 movie as well as new faces like Idris Elba, Michael Rooker, John Cena, Peter Capaldi and Nathan Fillion (just to name a few):

Snyder’s Cut:

Black Adam Teaser Trailer:

Black Adam Concept Trailer:

The Batman:

If you want to get in on the encore presentations at DC Fandome, you can head over here to check it out!


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Today is the final day of panels for Comic Con @Home, which will include panels for the Freeform fantasy series Motherland: Fort Salem, the upcoming FOX drama nExt and the final season of The CW’s post-apocalyptic series The 100 as well as a panels focusing on Who’s the Best Doctor Who, the Psychology of Pop Culture and Christmas and A Conversation with (the one and only) Nathan Fillion [among many other panels].

You can see the full, daily schedule below:

Sunday, July 26 Comic Con @Home

The first panels start at 10 AM and the final panels start at 4 PM.

For many years now, Supernatural has been a part of the Sunday line-up in Hall H, and it only feels right to include pictures – taken by our own Dominick Dusseault – from last year, which was the show’s final appearance at Comic Con since it is coming to an end after 15 seasons on The CW.


It also seemed like the right time to include pictures – also from Dominick Dusseault – from last year’s panels for The Witcher and Game of Thrones:

The Witcher:

Game of Thrones:

Here’s to next year’s event (that will hopefully be held in person).

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Today is the third full day of panels for Comic Con @Home, which will feature panels for TV shows For All Mankind, the new Peacock series Brave New World, Netflix’s The Order, the new HBO thriller Lovecraft Country, ABC’s Stumptown, the fan favorite Wynonna Earp, the AMC thriller NOS4A2 and a salute to the popular sci-fi series Farscape as well as a reunion/salute to the original box office movie Constantine – that is expected to include Keanu Reeves, who is also expected to show up for the panel focusing on the new Bill & Ted movie and An Evening with Kevin Smith [among many other panels].

You can see the full, daily schedule below:

Saturday, July 25 Comic Con @Home

The first panels start at 10 AM and the final panels start at 6 PM.

Since there are a few panels dedicated to the world of Marvel – included a scientific salute to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – it felt only right to take a look back, courtesy of photos taken by our very own Dominick Dusseault, – to the plethora of Marvel cast members who appeared at a huge Marvel event last year:

Black Widow:


Mahershala Ali

Doctor Strange:

Benedict Cumberbatch

The Eternals:

Falcon and Winter Soldier:


Jeremy Renner


Tom Hiddleston

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings:

Simu Liu

Thor: Love and Thunder:


What If:

Jeffrey Wright

And, since this year’s event features a panel dedicated to Kevin Smith, it only seemed fitting to include pictures – courtesy of Dominick Dusseault – from last year’s panel that featured Kevin along with a few of his co-stars from the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot movie:

More coming soon…

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