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The 404 wraps up their first time at San Diego Comic-Con, where they battled zombies, interview David Hasselhoff, and spoke with dozens of costumed attendees.
Brian Cooley and Tom Merritt are joined by David Sifry, from Offbeat Guides, to discuss customized travel tips, and Bonnie Cha gets a bit too attached to the Mio Knight Rider GPS.
Michael Newman (Adam Sandler) is a family man whose busy career as an architect does not leave much time for his wife Donna (Kate Beckinsale) and his two kids. Unable one day to determine which of his many remotes turns on the television, he decides he needs a universal remote that does it all. On his search for the perfect device, he meets Morty (Christopher Walken) who gives him a one-of-a-kind remote that has magical powers. With each click, Michael can control his career and personal life. But complications arise when the remote starts to overrule his choices. The film also stars David Hasselhoff as his boss, Henry Winkler and Julie Kavner as Michael's parents. Sean Astin, Rachel Dratch, and Jennifer Coolidge also co-star.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu sing a rousing rendition of the theme song to Family Matters, reminisce about ABC's TGIF programming lineup, and celebrate this year's ComicCon by boycotting Rainn Wilson as the Riddler in the next Batman movie.
More than 125,000 people are expected at this year's Comic-Con, the pop culture expo that's been held in San Diego for the last four decades. And as CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us, a large chunk of them turn out in their superhero finery.
The CTIA sues San Francisco over a cell phone radiation ordinance, more details emerge on Panasonic's 3D camera, and the ultimate fighting game mash-ups are announced at Comic-Con.
The great debate of Comic-Con 2011 is did DC Comics screw up by putting pants on Wonder Woman?
David Berlind, a MashupCamp organizer and ZDNet editor, shows us the ins and outs of mashups from the floor of this year's "unconference for the uncomputer." Check out a couple of demos and hear what inspired the meeting's unique format.\r\n
Joss Whedon IS Comic-Con. We talk one-on-one with the director of "The Avengers" about the movie, the new direction for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and how music can help you find a happy place.