Who Won Comic-Con on IMDb?

by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 7 months ago

IMDb unveiled its Top 10 Now app at Comic-Con, which showed how stars, TV shows, and movies were trending based on real-time IMDb traffic. Check out who made it all the way to the top during the 5-day event. The following is ranked in order of duration in the No. 1 spot.

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J.J. Abrams, John Cho, Justin Lin, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Sofia Boutella, and Chris Pine at an event for Star Trek: Beyond (2016)

Star Trek Beyond

Comic-Con played host to the world premiere of Star Trek Beyond on the eve of its U.S. theatrical release. The premiere sent the movie soaring to the top of IMDb Top 10 Now for three days and 11 hours. The movie's debut coincided with the 50th anniversary of the franchise, which was celebrated during a panel event that brought out luminaries like William Shatner. Check out IMDb's exclusive video with Shatner, where he talks about his friendship with Leonard Nimoy.

Margot Robbie at an event for Suicide Squad (2016)

Margot Robbie

The "It Girl" of the summer, Robbie ruled Comic-Con, holding the top spot of trending stars for two hours and 22 minutes, far longer than her about-to-be-released movie, Suicide Squad. Of course, it helped that she's also starring in The Legend of Tarzan. Check out our photo gallery of Margot.

Sofia Boutella at an event for Star Trek: Beyond (2016)

Sofia Boutella

Star Trek Beyond not only dominated Comic-Con, but it also catapulted breakout star Boutella to the top of IMDb's trending charts. See where else you've seen her in our Focus on Sofia Boutella photo gallery.

Brie Larson

Brie Larson

When Marvel's Kevin Feige announced he was gathering his stars for a family photo, he paused to introduce his latest addition: Oscar-winner Brie Larson, who will be playing the title role in Captain Marvel. She went right to the front of the line of IMDb's Top 10 at Comic-Con, staying there for nearly 16 hours. Check out photos of Brie Larson through the years.

Will Smith, Jared Leto, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, David Ayer, Adam Beach, Viola Davis, Jay Hernandez, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne, and Karen Fukuhara at an event for Suicide Squad (2016)

Suicide Squad

With so many heavy-hitters in one movie and a long-awaited premiere in two weeks, Suicide Squad trended before, during, and after Comic-Con. It held the No. 1 spot for titles only for 13 hours, however, taking a back seat to the Trekkies. Check out what was revealed at the Suicide Squad panel.

Gal Gadot at an event for Wonder Woman (2017)

Gal Godot

Wonder Woman herself brought her special powers to Saturday's Warner Bros. panel and made her debut in a trailer drop, which took her straight to the top of trending people. Check out what she revealed at the panel.

Liam Cunningham, Conleth Hill, Nathalie Emmanuel, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Iwan Rheon, Faye Marsay, Sophie Turner, Kristian Nairn, and John Bradley at an event for Game of Thrones (2011)

"Game of Thrones"

With a small kingdom of actors arriving for the panel and a showdown between Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and her ex Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon), "Thrones" generated a lot of buzz and eyeballs. IMDb Yacht host Kevin Smith scored an exclusive interview with John Bradley and learned a thing or two about killing White Walkers.

Shailene Woodley at an event for IMDb at San Diego Comic-Con (2016)

Shailene Woodley

The Snowden star also chatted with Kevin Smith, along with co-stars Zachary Quinto and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Her STARmeter spiked when the Snowden trailer dropped. Watch what Shailene had to say about Snowden.

Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner

She spoke the truth about her "Game of Thrones" character's true feelings about her brother, fan favorite Jon Snow. Her response helped Sophie Turner percolate to the top. See what Sansa Stark had to say at the "GoT" panel.

Ben Affleck

Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice

Even though the movie had already been released, both Batman and Superman made splashy appearances at Comic-Con during the Warner Bros. Justice League panel, during which they also dropped a trailer of the movie. Discover how it all unfolded during the Warner Bros. panel reveals.

Alicia Vikander at an event for Jason Bourne (2016)

Alicia Vikander

The Jason Bourne star leapt to the top, thanks to a Bourne trailer that dropped in the middle of IMDb's Live Show on Saturday. News also broke that Vikander will star in the next Tomb Raider movie, which will be based on an origin story from the 2013 game reboot.

Kevin Smith, Gustaf Skarsgård, Katheryn Winnick, Travis Fimmel, and Alexander Ludwig at an event for IMDb at San Diego Comic-Con (2016)

Katheryn Winnick

The "Vikings" star came on the IMDboat with her co-stars to talk to Kevin Smith about the epic fight scenes in the show and to take a closed-eye "Beard Challenge," where she identifed each co-star's furry face.

Emilia Clarke at an event for Game of Thrones (2011)

Emilia Clarke

The "Game of Thrones" favorite never even made it to Comic-Con but still managed to trend to No. 1, thanks to the popularity of the series. She did, however, get a special IMDb Trading Card, alongside other superheroes. See all of our Comic-Con Trading Cards.

Christian Slater and Rami Malek at an event for Mr. Robot (2015)

"Mr. Robot"

In addition to having the coolest fan experience at the Con (see our highlights round-up), "Mr. Robot" dropped a new episode on TV Wednesday night, which helped Elliott hack IMDb's Top 10 for a New York minute. Find out what Rami Malek and Christian Slater had to say about their series in our "Mr. Robot" panel reveals roundup.