The Hobbit journeys to Comic-Con



The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits theaters on December 14, 2012 - but not before a reported three-hour stopover at Comic-Con 2012 in San Diego this July.



Report: SG-1 may return through the stargate (Chappa'ai)

News out of the Vancouver Stargate Convention is that Stargate SG-1, the television property which was the core of the popular franchise for ten years, will be back in ‘a new format.’

A very different take on Comic-Con

I enjoy stories written by people who are at first unfamiliar with the territory, but then immerse themselves, learn the terrain, and provide a unique perspective on any given subject.



Can geeks get lucky at shows like Comic-Con?

Er, no, we don't mean finding a first generation copy of the Star Wars Holiday Special. 

What we mean is, can nerds/geeks get lucky and hook up with a booth babe or a hot chick at Comic-Con?



How Star Wars opened up the geek world

It's always exciting when a movie seemingly comes out of nowhere and becomes a phenomenon, which is pretty much what happened with Star Wars.

Pellegrino and Welliver reunite for one last Lost scene

The creators of Lost recently screened a humorous "deleted" scene from season one of the popular show.

Cowboys and Aliens is apparently a winner

Leading up to its release this Friday, there's been some antsy speculation about Cowboys and Aliens. What exactly is it?

On Comic-Con and geek conventions

Although some of the geekiness can be a little too much to bear at these things, I absolutely love conventions like Comic-Con. 



Spielberg and Jackson wow Comic-Con

Steven Spielberg made his Comic-Con debut today when he arrived at the uber-geek fest in San Diego to promote his upcoming animated Tintin film and accept the coveted Inkpot Award.

A word about that Princess Leia bikini costume...

In recent years, nothing has said geek louder and clearer than the Princess Leia slave girl bikini outfit. 


Francis Ford Coppola revisits horror roots with Twixt

Looking back at cinema history, you'll realize many great directors started out making horror films. 

Why?

Noomi Rapace talks Prometheus at Comic-Con

Noomi Rapace and Ridley Scott may be in a remote part of Iceland shooting Prometheus, but that didn't stop either of them from addressing thousands of eager fans at Comic-Con via a satellite linkup.

Do women prefer gaming to sex?

A recent survey commissioned by Doritos claims women who play online games prefer their electronic liaisons to taking a bath, shopping, working out and yes, having sex.

District 9 assault rifle spotted in the wild

A District 9 assault rifle has been spotted in the wilds of Comic-Con. The $500 replica - manufactured by Weta - features battle worn scratches and green alien gunk oozing from its enigmatic couplings.