SAN DIEGO — Disney XD is bringing back Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man for another season.
The animated series, which follows the adventures of Spider-Man and four other teen heroes who join S.H.I.E.L.D.'s training program to become ultimate superheroes, has been renewed for a third season, it was announced Saturday by David Levine, vp and general manager Disney XD Worldwide and Jeph Loeb, executive vp and head of Marvel Television at Comic-Con.
Naveen Andrews, best known for playing Sayid for six seasons on the ABC drama, has joined the cast of the Once Upon a Time offshoot, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, it was announced Saturday morning during its Comic-Con panel.
The 500-seat Room 7AB was the place to be Friday night at Comic-Con as fans flocked to see BBC America's breakout hit Orphan Black.
While some fans waited for more than three hours to get into the ballroom, others camped out early through the day's other sessions in the room, and as the clock struck 7 p.m., the chants for "Orphan Black! Orphan Black!" rang through the stuffy room.
In case you didn't know it, the people, they love Joss Whedon.
But what was surprising was the realization that Clark Gregg has become a Nerd World rock star. When moderator (and chief of Marvel Television/SHIELD executive producer) Jeph Loeb introduced Gregg and the actor walked out on the Ballroom 20 stage, 4,000 people roared their approval, chanting "Coulson!" at the top of their collective lungs.
Paging Donnie Wahlberg! Your number one fan is spreading the New Kids on the Block gospel at Comic Con.
When SDCC newbie Megan Boone, star of the hotly anticipated new NBC series The Blacklist, stopped by THR’s video lounge with her co-star Diego Klattenhoff, the visit quickly evolved into a blush-inducing stroll down memory lane.
SAN DIEGO -- Game of Thrones returned to Comic-Con's Hall H on Friday afternoon, trotting out series co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, author George R. R. Martin and seven members of the sprawling cast.
Scott M. Gimple made his Comic-Con debut as The Walking Dead's newest showrunner on Friday to a packed Hall H, offering the first footage of season four, a premiere date and his vision for the series.
"Things are going to be way crazier; it's an escalation," comics creator Robert Kirkman said of what to expect in the fourth season, which will premiere Sunday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m., followed by the season premiere of The Talking Dead. The second half of the season will return in February.
It's official: Cobie Smulders is joining ABC's Joss Whedon superhero drama series Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.
The Hollywood Reporterhas learned that the How I Met Your Mother star has worked out a deal with producer ABC Studios and Marvel Television to reprise her role as Agent Maria Hill from Whedon's The Avengers film.
After pulling the rug out from under fans in the series' eighth-season finale, Bones will not keep its central duo's engagement canceled for long. Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) will tie the knot in the next year.
"We're not toying with you," creator and executive producer Hart Hanson told fans gathered in Ballroom 20 at Comic-Con. "They will get married this season."