One of the first “mega” entertainment panels to release during the flagship Comic-Con@Home weekend was the Star Trek Universe panel on Thursday, July 23rd.
Ahead of their season two premiere this fall, Executive Producer Eric Kripke and the cast of the Amazon Prime Video series The Boys met online with moderator, Aisha Tyler, to talk about what is in store for our Vought Superhero team of “The Seven” and our ragtag, not-so-super hero team of “The Boys.”
Moderator Scott Mantz talks with executive producers Mark A. Altman, Thomas Vitale, and Steve Kriozere along with series stars Priscilla Quintana, Ben Radcliffe and Oliver Dench about what lies ahead for our intrepid trio in the upcoming sophomore season of Pandora.
Comic-Con At Home featured a panel from Stumptown including star Cobie Smulders. They talked about the first season, and speculated on what’s next.
One of the most popular panels in Comic-Con@Home, Nathan Fillion talks about his career, and has some special guests.
Although Agents of SHIELD has its final panel on the show last year, two agents returned to talk about how real-life science has a role in the show.
Alan Tudyk was one of the featured guests at Reno Pop Culture Con earlier this month. He talked about his career, what’s coming soon, and some advice he got from Mike Nichols
The Firefly gang is close as ever, more than 15 years after the show left the air. Summer Glau and Jewel Staite appeared at the Reno Pop Culture Con, talking about that show and their careers.
Firefly fans from around the country gathered in Las Vegas for the annual Browncoat Ball, and we have a video
What is your “elevator pitch” for Daybreak? “Ferris Bueller on bath salts.” “My So-Called Apocalypse.” “It’s Mad Max meets Zombieland meets Ferris Bueller.”