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Check out the amazing costumes worn by fans at the annual San Diego Comic-Con, held on Thursday, July 12 through Sunday, July 15, 2012.
The costumes pay homage to some fan favorites like Batman, 'Star Wars' and Spiderman.
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Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley of The CW's "The Vampire Diaries" caught up with OnTheRedCarpet.com at San Diego Comic-Con and offered some insight into what fans can expect in the show's upcoming fourth season.
At the end of season 3, Nina Dobrev's character Elena Gilbert, who has been trapped in a love triangle with vampire brothers Stefan (Wesley) and Damon Salvatore (Somerhalder), finally became a part of the supernatural side after suffering injuries in a car crash.
Mark Hamill says Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is "not actually human" and that people who don't vote to re-elect Barack Obama in the upcoming November election are "insane."
The 60-year-old actor, best known for playing Luke Skywalker in the original "Star Wars" films, made his remarks to OnTheRedCarpet.com at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend while reminiscing about a show he used to watch as a kid - the Disney-produced 1950s series "Zorro."
It's official! Joss Whedon will return to "The Avengers" franchise to write and direct the sequel.
"Joss Whedon has signed an exclusive deal with Marvel Studios for film and television through the end of June 2015," Marvel Studios announced on Tuesday, August 7, in a statement. "As part of that deal, Whedon will write and direct Marvel's 'The Avengers 2' as well as help develop a new live action series for Marvel Television at ABC. He will also contribute creatively to the next phase of Marvel's cinematic universe."
Robert Pattinson attended San Diego Comic-Con to promote the final installment of the "Twilight" films and talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about where he sees himself one year from now.
"I've kind of signed up to a bunch of different things," Pattinson told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "I mean, I don't know, I sort of fell into this - I've sort of fallen into everything ... I'm going to spend my whole life falling into stuff."
Joss Whedon, director of superhero film "The Avengers" and creator of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" is now fighting the baddies himself.
The 48-year-old stars as a monster-fighting hero in "Scary Smash," the first installment of a new YouTube series called "Written by A Kid," which was inspired by the ideas of 5-year-old Brett Baligad. Watch Whedon's appearance in "Scary Smash" below.