Here's the second part of our recap of the best live interviews from the live coverage from San Diego Comic-Con, featuring news on the upcoming movies Thor, Sucker Punch, Resident Evil: Afterlife, and more. [Part one.]

First of all, speaking of movies, what the heck is Kenneth Branagh doing directing a Comic Book Movie? Watch the venerable Shakespearean auteur explain the transition, detail his fondness for Marvel's Thor, and hit on Olivia Munn like only a British Gent can.

Game Trailers - E3 2011 - Comic-Con '10 Live

You might know Zack Snyder as the director of 300 and Watchmen, but his next film sounds like it might leave both of those in the dust. In this clip, Snyder deconstructs the role of women in action movies as his forthcoming Sucker Punch is described as "Alice in Wonderland with Machine Guns."

Game Reviews - E3 2011 - Comic-Con '10 Live

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost from Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz have been hard at work on their new, super-secret movie Paul in the American Southwest. As their own website asks, "What is Paul?"

Game Reviews - E3 2011 - Comic-Con '10 Live

Model-turned-action-hero Milla Jovovich turned at heads at Comic-Con Saturday, looking somewhat like an early-Hollywood bombshell. In this clip, she and pregnant co-star Ali Larter discuss their upcoming ass-kickery in Resident Evil: Afterlife.

Game Reviews - E3 2011 - Comic-Con '10 Live

And finally, with all of the costumed nerdlings and overwhelmed celebrities running around, it's amazing that the most awkward moment of this event came from the hosts themselves. At the very end of the broadcast, Olivia discussed the rumors regarding her future with the network, and she and Kevin Pereira shared some uncomfortable tenderness.

Even more videos from G4TV's weekend coverage of SDCC can be found on the channel's website,