Scarlett Johansson's brains beat Dwayne Johnson's brawn in a head-to-head showdown between star-driven summer action films. The sci-fi thriller Lucy attracted a larger crowd and captured the number one spot while the epic adventure Hercules enjoyed a fine debut in the runner-up spot connecting with its own fan base. Overall ticket sales were about even with last week, but fell below last year's levels for the seventh consecutive weekend.
It's our final podcast from San Diego Comic-Con. On the third day of the convention, Team Tomato shares interviews with Wil Wheaton, Boxtrolls stars Elle Fanning and Isaac Hempstead-Wright, V/O actress Tara Strong, Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller, Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael, and Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein.
We're gonna be honest with you: We're not even sure what happened in this interview. But it would appear that when you get Rob Riggle, Keegan-Michael Key, and Damon Wayans Jr. together, you get a lot of sexy talk about guns and cars, a lot of screaming, and a lot of extreme close-ups.
Comic-Con unleashed yet another exciting TV trailer, this time for The History Channel's gritty action/drama Vikings. Watch the trailer below, then prepare for the third season, which will premiere in 2015.
The new season of DC's CW hit is set to premiere on October 8 at 8 p.m., and the first trailer for it was just released at Comic-Con. Check it out below for tons of adrenaline-packed action, but beware if you'd rather not have anything spoiled!
It's another special podcast from San Diego Comic-Con. On the second day of the convention, Team Tomato shares interviews with Aisha Tyler, Boom! Studios founder Ross Richie, Nerdist Associate Editor Dan Casey, Let's Be Cops' star Nina Dobrev, and Horns star Daniel Radcliffe.
The Walking Dead continues its proud tradition of premiering its upcoming season's first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con. Season five picks up right where the last one left off, with Rick reuniting with almost everyone in his group, thanks to Gareth's malevolent efforts, unbeknownst to him.
Every July, the worlds of movies, TV, games, and yes, comic books, collide for four days in San Diego, giving us dozens of announcements, which is far more than we can fit into just one Weekly Ketchup. So, we're splitting the week up, starting with this Weekly Ketchup devoted to everything that is not one of the big three S's of San Diego Comic-Con: Superheroes, Science Fiction, and Sequels (mostly). There will be another Weekly Ketchup in a few days, after SDCC, to cover all of the biggest announcements and revelations.