THR chats with Chris Evans’ of Captain America: The First Avenger. And while these days the star of the film has fully embraced his superhero persona, Evans admitted to TheHollywood Reporter that as a child, his games of make-believe were a little less…manly.
Stan Lee: Stripperella
Stripperella creator Stan Lee announces future plans for the comic including a live action film and a vegas show.
Michael C. Hall: 'Dexter'
Michael C. Hall of Dexter stopped by the THR lounge at Comic-Con and talked about how he found out about his Emmy nomination.
Nathan Fillion: Castle
Nathan Fillion of Castle talks about the success of the hit ABC show and his relationship with comic books.
Mark Hamil: Sushi Girl
Mark Hamill stops by the THR Comic-Con lounge to talk about his new film Sushi Girl and Star Wars possibly returning to the theater in 3D.
Val Kilmer: Twixt
From Comic-Con Val Kilmer tells us about being part of Francis Ford Coppola'snew film Twixt. And the mystery behind Jim Carrey's riddler costume from Batman Forever. He also tells us about doing the voice over for the video game "Spider-Man: Edge of Time."
Penn and Teller: 'Secrets of the Universe'
From Comic-Con Penn and Teller tell us about their new show on the Discovery Channel. They also discussed their favorite superheroes.
Dwight Howard: Kick Buttowski
Dwight Howard lets us know how he got involved in Disney XD'sKick Buttowskiand what he thinks of all of the costumes at Comic-Con.
Alexa Vega: 'Spy Kids'
Spy Kids star Alexa Vega dishes on her new comic for kickstart comics ... and which movie director encouraged her to make it.
Dwayne Johnson, Matthew McConaughey, Julie Plec, Megan Fox, Chloe Grace Moretz, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez were among those attending the events in the first few days at San Diego Comic-Con. View gallery
DC Comics and VICE teamed up to give 20 acclaimed artists a white latex reproduction of Batman's famous cowl and cape and asked them to design what they envisioned the Caped Crusader wearing — this is what they came up with. View gallery
Zoe Saldana transforms into Ellen Ripley from "Aliens" while Nathan Fillion taps into his inner Captain Kirk and Chris Hardwick goes "Back to the Future" as Marty McFly in THR's tribute to graphic novels, with the help of illustrator and artist Reid Kikuo Johnson. View gallery