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Marvel serves star-studded surprises at Comic-Con for new film slate

SAN DIEGO, Calif. Amid fog and lasers on Saturday, Marvel gave frenzied fans at Comic-Con their first look at a new Black Panther movie cast, the mysterious Doctor Strange, a Spider-Man teen movie and an Oscar-winning actress as the new Captain Marvel. | Video

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Dying on stage: comedian Marx has come closer than most

GREENWICH, EnglandLike most stand-up comedians, Carey Marx has stories about "dying on stage", but in his case they are almost literally true.

People Jul 22 2016

'Game of Thrones' cast tight-lipped at Comic-Con; Hodor steals spotlight

SAN DIEGO, Calif. There is no shortage of gruesome, tragic deaths in HBO's hit medieval fantasy series "Game of Thrones," but the demise of the show's friendly giant Hodor last season still affected the crowd at a Comic-Con panel on Friday, as they loudly cheered his name.

Television Jul 22 2016

Dave Franco and Emma Roberts sign autographs as they promote 'Nerve' at Comic Con

San Diego’s annual Comic-Con pop culture event is host to hundreds of influencer panels, fan activities and cosplay, but there’s no draw quite like celebrities who want to meet their fans. | Video

Jul 22 2016

'Trolls' invade Comic-Con

Justin Timberlake has long been a heartthrob, from his boy band days in N’Sync to branching out as a solo artist with songs like “Sexyback” and playing rom-com leads, but the singer-actor relished playing a little grey troll in upcoming Dreamworks musical animation “Trolls.” | Video

Jul 22 2016

Director Besson debuts first look at expansive, ambitious 'Valerian'

SAN DIEGO, Calif. French director Luc Besson lifted the lid on his sci-fi space epic "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" at Comic-Con, showing fans the first footage from the ambitious project following two space travelers in the 28th century. | Video

Jul 22 2016
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British author Rowling says Trump has a right to be bigoted

NEW YORK Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling labeled U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump bigoted after receiving the PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award in New York. | Video