Deadline.com just learned that Summit Pictures will be bringing two movies to the con this year. Read on for details on those two and a very exciting confirmation.
Though Showtime will only have two panels at SDCC, both sound like big hits for the TV crowd. The Dexter panel was very well received last year and fans are sure to be ecstatic with the appearance of Michael C. Hall. Meanwhile, their other panel, entitled The Anti-Heroes of Showtime, is a complete surprise but should be like a lot of fun. Hall, David … Read More
The Ausiello Files over at EW.com just posted all the details on the Smallville panel at this year’s con. Here’s a breakdown of the announcements:
Here are three awesome stories for this Wednesday the 7th. Just click on each descriptions to open it in a new page:
This LA Times article on a rumored SDCC panel confirms that the Thursday schedule will be going live sometime tomorrow. Also, this means that Comic-Con will be putting up the schedule day by day for the remainder of the week (as they did last year). I’ll keep the site updated with more details as they are released.
Anyone still looking for Comic-Con passes should read on for two different ways to win!
Fox Home Entertainment just unveiled the DVD and Blu-Ray sets for Dollhouse Season Two on their Twitter page. Though it suffered horrible ratings and a recent cancellation, Dollhouse has kept a dedicated fan base who have been eagerly anticipating this set.
Briefly: Toy company Bif Bang Pow! just posted the details on their con exclusives. All of these exclusives have been revealed before and can be found on the Official Exclusives Page, but it does include an interesting note about a Venture Brothers signing. The show’s creators/writers/directors Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer will be at the Bif Bang Pow booth (#2343) … Read More
I doubt that many fans of professional wrestling are also Comic-Con attendees, but for the small portion that are I thought I would pass along this press release. It talks about the SDCC exclusive WWE comic and the Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler signing. Enjoy:
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