A growing clutch of press folk gathered outside the press room behind Ballroom 20 at the appointed time, and waited, with various degrees of impatience, to enter the Stargate Press Conference. A combination of the two Stargate casts – Chris Judge, Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Gary Jones, Jewel Staite and David Hewlett – and the producers – Robert Cooper, Joe Mallozi and Martin Wood – lined up along the Comic Con backdrop and answered questions ranging from the future of Atlantis to shooting in the Arctic to the perils of replacing popular characters and homesickness for Firefly.Read More
Tag: SDCC 2007
Comic-Con was just crazy. Here is a montage of what the California Browncoat booth looked like during Comic-Con.Read More
During Comic-Con, I’d heard a buzz about this new show called Chuck. Something about the government’s classified files being downloaded into the brain of some guy, appropriately named Chuck. I was actually excited to see the pilot, because Adam Baldwin (one of the stars of my favorite show, Firefly) had a big role in the series, so at the time I couldn’t give a good gorram how good or bad it was…Jayne was going to be in it. 😉Read More
Pathology is a new thriller created by the brains behind Crank (Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor) starring Heroes’ Milo Ventimiglia, alongside The L Word’s Lauren Lee Smith, The Last Kiss’ Michael Weston, and Empire Records’ Johnny Whitworth, all directed by Marc Schölermann that will open nationwide November 30th. They were out in force at Comic-Con and we scored some exclusive interviews with them to tell us all about the film.Read More
IDW’s Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall, was in charge of the presentation of all the new stuff IDW has coming out in the upcoming months, giving special emphasis to Angel: After the Fall, the upcoming Season 6 written by Brian Lynch under supervision of the man himself, Joss Whedon. Chris showed a slide of the last scene of Angel S5, with Angel, Gunn, Spike and Illyria in the alley, in the pouring rain, about to face off with the forces of Wolfram & Heart, The slide gave way to massive applause, which caused him to quip, “So, I see some of you remember Angel after all”, to general laughter. He then showed a slide for the cover of the first book:
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