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  1. The Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Is Here, Predictably Dirty/Insane

    Rosie Huntington-Whitely is squishing your head!

    The first trailer for the reboot of George Miller's 1979 Mad Max is here, and damn. Water wars, body horror, Theron's Furiosa riding through the night like a dirty desert queen...I don't know exactly what's going on, but it's captivating. Hopefully the actual film will live up to some of this footage, although Theron's shaved head has probably set an unfair precedent. Good luck topping that, Warner Bros.

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  2. Such Pretty: See The SDCC Marvel Cinematic Universe Panel & Signing

    But where was the Captain Marvel announcement though?

    Though Marvel didn't stream the MCU panel out of Hall H last night, our patience has been rewarded! Full video of the entire panel (to compliment AgentM's fantastic livetweets) is now online for us sad, non-SDCCers to enjoy. There is so much pretty and charming in this panel I don't even know where to begin.

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  3. Calling All N7s: New Details Revealed For The Next Mass Effect Game

    Hey, it's more than we got at E3!

    The details surrounding the next Mass Effect game are still very much a mystery, but Saturday's BioWare panel shed a bit more light on what's in store. We've known for a while that this game will be a departure from the existing trilogy, but as of yesterday, we have confirmation that at least one familiar feature from the first game will return. Drumroll, please.

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  4. Evangeline Lilly And Corey Stoll’s Ant-Man Roles Revealed

    A Van Dyne by any other name would smell as sweet.

    Marvel's presentation in Hall H yesterday finally revealed the roles that Corey Stoll and Tauriel Evangeline Lilly will play in Ant-Man--semi-spoilers to follow, naturally.

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  5. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 3

    Future tip: Be very polite to any and all Spider-Mans.

    We know that reading about goings-on at Comic-Con after the fact isn't as good as being there in person, but think of it this way: You're at home. You're in your pajamas. And there are no lines. Join us now as we catch up on some newsy morsels, including a new Outlander trailer, the logo for the Warcraft movie, and some tidbits about Agent Carter.

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  6. Witness The Grueling Process Of Picking A New Villain For Once Upon A Time [VIDEO]

    What ABOUT Frank Matterhorn?

    This video from yesterday's Once Upon A Time panel at SDCC takes us into the writers' room, in which we get a sobering (read as: hilarious) glimpse at just how hard it is to find a Disney villain the show hasn't used yet. To be honest, I haven't watched OUAT in a while, but I would absolutely pick it back up if the next season's Big Bad was the Patriarchy.

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  7. “I Want To Play a Centaur”: Brief Highlights From the Sleepy Hollow Panel at SDCC

    Hey, if the show can have time traveling headless apocalypse demons, why not?

    Yesterday the cast and crew of Sleepy Hollow briefly met up at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss, among other things, Ichabbie shippers and naked Benjamin Franklin. As usual, Orlando Jones steals the show with unicorns. Sparkly, sparkly unicorns.

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  8. Orlando Bloom Meets Stephen Amell In The Best Fanfic-Comes-To-Life Moment Ever

    With bonus Paul Blackthorne!

    If only they could have snuck Jennifer Lawrence and Jeremy Renner into the Warner Brothers Comic-Con panel, too. Then the prophecy would finally be realized.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: The Avengers Are Gathering At SDCC

    You thought I was going to say "assembling," didn't you?

    Bruce Banner himself posted this photo of himself and the Avengers: Age of Ultron cast gettin' it together at San Diego Comic-Con today. This looks like the best hang out. (via Instagram)

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  10. Dulcolax Drops an Ad With Poop People in Butt Jail

    It's good to see Gloppy is still getting work after the Candyland redesign.

    Laxative company Dulcolax has partnered with ad agency McCann Healthcare Worldwide and production company The Visionary Group to push this turd of an ad out into the world. It depicts humanoid poops trapped in a prison waiting, presumably, for Dulcolax to come break them out? It bet this really gets sales moving again.

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