Comic-Con is a TV fan’s wet dream, packed with panels, press lines, signings and lots of adorable fan interactions in between. Since fandoms always enjoy obsessing over their favorite fictional relationships (aka “shipping”), we asked the stars of Veronica Mars, Orphan Black and Arrow what it’s like to be on the receiving side of that adoration. And, ya know, if they have any ships of their own. (They do!) Even better – Tatiana Maslany reveals what Orphan Black ship creeps her out the most in the clip above.
Sadly, Comic-Con is over but these super sexy costumes will be forever remembered. As for the creepy ones… forgetting those may take a while. Check out all of the craziness that went down at Comic-Con 2014 in San Diego.
If you were not at Comic-Con this weekend then you truly missed out. To ease your FOMO, we have pint-sized versions of every single character you wished you could have seen.
It felt funny just typing that headline. Though my love for the pint-size P.I. from Neptune High is great, it’s hard to picture her as the warm and cuddly new mom Kristen Bell has become. It’s actually going to be quite interesting to see Bell — who’s been winning our new mama hearts by tweeting pics of her breast pump and declaring she likes her extra baby weight just fine — step back into her character’s rather prickly skin in the 2014 Veronica Mars movie. That’s why we asked VM mastermind Rob Thomas how he thought she’d do as a mother.
By Lauren Elizabeth Thompson
Some of the most dedicated fans at Comic Con waited overnight simply to catch a glimpse of their favorite Supernatural cast members at their Sunday panel in Hall H. While fans geeked out over hints about the show’s upcoming 9th season, we asked the Winchester boys themselves, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, what they had been nerding out over lately.
Agent Coulson supposedly died in The Avengers, so then why is Clark Gregg playing him on the new spin-off television series, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? “I think I’m alive because [the fans] wanted it!” Gregg told us at Comic-Con last week.
Yes…but how is Agent Coulson still alive? More importantly, what happened to Agent Coulson’s beloved Captain America trading cards? Gregg had some enticing answers…
By Lauren Thompson
Doctor Who’s titular Doctor and fan favorite Matt Smith took San Diego Comic Con by storm this past weekend to celebrate the 50th Anniversary Special of the show. The exciting 3D special will be Matt’s penultimate episode before he departs the series and is replaced by a new actor. After four years playing the time traveling alien, Matt has decided it’s time to move on from the show. We spoke with Matt about his future in television and if he would ever consider taking on another long running series as a regular.
There were no longer any Twi-hards in the lines at Comic-Con this year, but vampires were still all over the place. I was thrilled to chat with the cast of Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals, Joseph Morgan (Klaus), Phoebe Tonkin (Hayley), Claire Holt (Rebekah), Daniel Gillies (Elijah), newcomer Charles Michael Davis (Marcel) and creator Julie Plec, whose dynamic was so sweet, I’m going to have a hard time buying their animosity again on the show. Here are 5 other reasons I can’t wait for the show’s October premiere.
Why are Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm joining forces again? Does Sir Ian McKellan fancy the younger version of Magneto, Michael Fassbender? Why is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy so delightfully weird and crazy for a superhero film?
All weekend, we’ve been seeing some of the most beautiful stars of the big and small screens walk among the little people at the San Diego Convention Center. But now it’s time to take our Comic-Con coverage back to its roots: the fans. Let’s be serious: the attendees at this convention come in all shapes and sizes — that’s what makes it wonderful. But here we’re just gonna give a little nod to the ones that bared their chests and midriffs in the icily air-conditioned halls for the greater good.