A peek inside EW, at the appropriately named "Float."
Kelly Ripa is married to Mark Consuelos, while Marisol Nichols (right) just plays his wife on TV. "Riverdale," that is. Ripa and Nichols anointed themselves as his "WAGs" (wife and girlfriend) on social media.
Sundance in January and Comic-Con in July: Pros like Rachel Bloom lean in to one of the most fashionably casual industry weekends of the year.
Nicole Kidman is a rarity in San Diego. Here, she gathered with her "Aquaman" castmates at Rotten Tomatoes' activation.
RZA, the creative "chef" driving the Wu-Tang Clan, was on scene promoting "Cut Throat City," the heist film he directed set in post-Katrina New Orleans. Here at the WIRED cafe, he slap-boxed with Shameik Moore, as Kat Graham looked on. Is this how they got pumped up for their main stage presentation in Hall H?
Joe Manganiello (here with Omar Miller at WIRED) was in town promoting his new "Dungeons and Dragons"-themed clothing line. Free advice: dress the "Stranger Things" kids for the Emmys.
Chris Hardwick's wife Lydia Hearst did not shy away from the SDCC spotlight, hitting multiple events over the weekend. Here, she poses with Anastasia Baranova at a Pizza Hut branded photo studio. The pizza chain popped around town and fed fans waiting in lines with on-the-spot free grub.
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Over at Craft & Commerce, FX welcomed creatives and executives from their range of prestige programming. Here, "Legion" costars Navid Negahban, Amber Midthunder and Bill Irwin escape from the crowds.
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Karen and Col Needham (IMDb's founder and CEO) were joined by film critic Leonard Maltin at IMDb's Boat Party on Friday night.