The first photos from the Green Lantern movie were released this week (see them here) and man am I dissapointed. The costumes, choice of actors, special effects, and makeup all look absolutely awful. I intend to stand in line for the WB movie panel all the same. But why?
Now that the entire schedule is out, most of the Offsite Events have been posted, and many off the celebrity appearances have been revealed, I thought I would take a post to get your opinions on everything.
I’m still too busy to grade the panels but the Saturday Schedule is live and awesome. If you haven’t seen it, Click Here. Unlike Friday, Saturday earns its status as the biggest day of the con. Whether you’re going to Hall H, Ballroom 20, The Indigo Ballroom, or a smaller room, there are some great panels. My big warning is … Read More
I’m on the road today so there won’t be any long posts or news updates. The Friday Schedule is out and overall… I’m a little bit sad. As an attendee who enjoys TV, movies, and games, the interesting panels seem sporadic and often in different rooms at the same time. I know both the Sony and Big Bang Theory panels … Read More
The Thursday schedule is jam packed with awesome panels but the question becomes which are must see and what can you skip. In this post I’ll break down the major Thursday panels in both Film and TV. After a brief rundown of what is expected I’ll give it a grade between A+ (Must See) and F (Avoid). Read on to … Read More
Yes, Hall H is a magical place. It’s where the biggest movies at Comic-Con go to premiere footage and bring out the star power. It is also packed, sweaty, hard to get into, and huge enough that most people won’t even be able so see the talent on stage. Many attendees (including me) have gotten used to this and spend much of … Read More
Though many attendees might think that movies can just roll in to Comic-Con and have a panel, it’s actually a ton of work for the studios. They have to organize their talent, prepare footage, book hotel rooms, fly out everyone involved, and probably set up a booth in the exhibit hall. This becomes an issue when a studio’s funds and management are weak; and this … Read More
Just as Edgar Wright is bringing Scott Pilgrim to the con, his frequent collaborators Simon Pegg and Nick Frost may bring their upcoming sci-fi comedy Paul to SDCC as well. Paul is a film that many, including me, have mostly forgotten about as it was filmed around the same time as Pilgrim but has since been stuck in Post-Production without … Read More
Here are the rest of the shows that have already schedules appearances at SDCC:
Just as new shows like to generate early buzz at the con, returning shows are known to please their fans with stars and footage from their upcoming seasons. In this post I took a look at what shows will be making a return appearance at this year’s con. This is not the full list of who will be attending, just … Read More