Wondercon was a whirlwind of surprises — from new Green Lantern footage to Doctor Who revelations, and beyond. Here are the coolest, craziest and most memorable things we saw last weekend.
At Wondercon, we had glimmers of hope for the Green Lantern movie — but there was another green superhero being unveiled. We were lucky enough to spend some time chatting with Ziggy Marley about his new superhero, Marijuanaman.
New horror comedy Dylan Dog follows a supernatural peacekeeper (Brandon Routh) who mediates between the zombies, vampires and werewolves of our world. This first clip lays down the guidelines for zombies, and we managed to ask Routh himself to elaborate.
After years of warfare between humans and vampires, who thought a ceasefire was a good idea? That was our biggest question after watching footage from Priest. Instead of finishing off the vampires, the humans have put the vamps into reservations.
In person, Saoirse Ronan is slight and delicate-looking, even more than on screen. When we interviewed her about her new film, Hanna (opening tomorrow), we were wondering how she becomes one of the world's deadliest superhumans.
Immortals director Tarsem Singh tells us how he's making a "Caravaggio meets Fight Club" movie. Plus we asked Henry Cavill and the film's other stars about their heroic flaws — plus we had to ask Cavill about Superman.
Earlier this week we saw the aliens from Cowboys & Aliens first hand at WonderCon. The one thing that stuck out wasn't the spoilery alien reveal, but the religious banter between the cowboys. How much of Jon Favreau's film is going to challenge people's faith?
Doctor Who comes back on Easter, and the opening two-parter sounds like one of the most ambitious things the show's ever done — including the first ever proper filming in the United States.
Season three of V is by no means a sure thing: The producers and cast told Wondercon they remain hopeful, but there's no news yet. But one thing is sure: if V comes back, it'll be a totally different show.
On Friday, we were lucky enough to sit with the ring-slinging superhero himself, Ryan Reynolds, and talk about Green Lantern with a group of other reporters. And he explained how Hal Jordan sees Mark Strong's Sinestro as a father figure.
Now that Chewbacca has put in an appearance in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which much-loved character from the original trilogy will be the next to show up?
Watch the same footage of the rebooted ThunderCats series that was screened at WonderCon today. Cartoon Network has certainly given these space kitties a brand new set of claws. Let's all say it together: Thunder, Thunder, Thunder, Thundercats Ho!
One of the most beloved 1980s cartoons is returning to television this year — but will the Cartoon Network's Thundercats reboot satisfy the rabid fans of the original? We watched a trailer and heard from the creators.
We saw awesome new footage and a behind-the-scenes featurette of the new Doctor Who season — and you can too! Plus writer Neil Gaiman, actor Mark Sheppard and director Toby Haynes told us what to expect. Minor spoilers ahead!
Want to see Mickey Rourke slit someone's throat while wearing a metal bunny helmet? Director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) showed some stunning, crazy, violence-packed footage from his Greek god melodrama The Immortals at WonderCon.
Jon Favreau and Roberto Orci were on hand to debut about nine minutes of brand new Cowboys and Aliens footage, including the big alien money shot. So what did they look like, read our description now!
Lily Collins is stepping into two huge roles. It was just announced that she's playing Snow White in the untitled film where Julia Roberts plays the Evil Queen. And she's also starring in the movie of Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments.
Green Lantern won over a skeptical crowd with hot new footage of superhero space opera action last night. And now you can see for yourself!
Sit on the Iron Throne of Westeros, view a new collection of alien creatures from Green Lantern (including Galius Zed!) and see the new cosplay that's all the rage. Here's the best of what's on the floor at WonderCon.
We all remember the utterly horrific and unbearable angels-with-guns flick Legion. So naturally we were skeptical about another supernatural thriller starring Paul Bettany. But thank goodness, the footage we watched last night from Priest was surprisingly fun.