And other secrets of the recent San Diego Film Festival
Disney opens its secret vaults to share decades of prized art and assets on the new Disney Animated app for iPad
Guest blog: Wrangling sushi rolls with chopsticks and sipping on ginger-infused drinks, cast members old and new discussed the show's secrets -- and a few...
Guest blog: His web-only paranormal comedy about two childhood girlfriends who possess special powers debuts in the fall
Guest blog: Being at the world's largest gathering of costumed humanity can get the better of even the gentlest geek
Guest blog: Day of the Dead and Merida makeover missteps could have been avoided
Should teachers pick up the pieces and seize these inaccuracies as opportunities to discuss them in class and correct them?
Guest Blog: Attention to detail gives Disney's new Cars Land attraction the feel of a kitschy but cool road trip along Route 66 -- except...
Guest Blog: Kristen Stewart and her fellow "Twilight" series stars lit up Comic-Con, along with Stan Lee and "The Expendables" gang
Guest Blog: There's still time to bust into Comic-Con 2012, and some of the events are free
GUEST BLOG: The MPAA has rated "The Hunger Games" PG-13 and given "Bully" an R. Teens can watch fictional kids killing kids, but not real...
"If people want to stop watching the show because two guys kiss, well, I shrug my shoulders"
Vinny Guadagnino shows up for Professor Diane Vaughn’s class titled “Mistake, Misconduct, and Disaster” to discuss anti-bullying and the importance of being a polite citizen
The Modern Gypsies, the San Diego team who won it all in the first season of ABC's "Expedition Impossible," are living proof that reality TV...
The hot, blood-thirsty Colin Farrell in this updated version of the 1985 "Fright Night" film might well be the only reason to go see the...
The actor debuted twice in Hall H after film director Craig Gillespie prematurely announced him, but then directed him to return back stage -- Farrell...
Not just the convention center, but the entire city is preparing for the influx of fanboys and fangirls for this year's Comic-Con
“Judy Moody” is a children's movie, after all, so you definitely get your fair share of bathroom jokes and too much sugary foods
Forget the tabloid that originally published this story. Of greater concern is the fact that it was purportedly well-trained journalists who turned this into a...
What happened to questions necessitating historical reference, or eliciting deep self-analysis?
MTV, you've moved into a field that you have no business in: trying to educate this country's youth by what seems to be reverse psychology
I wish I could refrain from inking some of these names one more time, but I’ll do it as a final parting gesture
We wonder why America has the highest teen pregnancy rate and teen STD rate of all the developed nations
In which a 12-year-old filmmaker and her mother go on the ride of their lives
To promote an age-inconsistent look in a national men's publication whose readers have a natural tendency to ogle school-age girls is only condoning boorish behavior
This SoCal film fest had plenty of stars on screen, and some on the red carpet
Watching celebrity parents peddle their daughters in the name of fame and fortune is scary
Scenes and conversations from around San Diego Comic-Con
Motion-enabled seat offers realistic motion effects in sync with the movie
I was a little surprised the "Mean Girls" star got the amount of jail time she did, rather than the usual celebrity special treatment