Comic-Con 2008

Anakin and Ahsoka Defend Against Mediocrity in The Clone Wars

It’s tough to tell why there hasn’t been much buzz for the latest offering from Team Lucas. Whatever the case, that lack of excitement actually matches the tone of the film near-perfectly.

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After buying these…you are just one red beenie away from being that much closer to Bill Murray.

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During the press conference for Zack and Miri Make A Porno, a very enthusiastic cast made it clear that this is a film to run out and see on opening weekend.

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Dr. Rene Belloq Figure

While much of the FSR staff was in sunny San Diego for Comic-Con 2008, our own Jason Dorough was sitting at home salivating over the collectibles announcements. Here is what really caught his eye.

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While sitting in the press conference for Guy Ritchie’s hopefully triumphant return into manhood, RocknRolla, Gerard Butler was asked about his possible involvment in the sequel/prequel for 300.

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So Hugh Jackman gave the convention-goers at Comic-Con a big treat today. He came on stage unannounced, and showed some footage for X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

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Our very own Cole Abaius sits down with Stephenie Meyer, Catherine Hardwicke, Robert Pattinson from Twilight. No, he didn’t make a fool of himself. That bad.

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It looks like Thomas Jane, Ron Perlman, Devon Aoki and director Simon Hunter will be hosting a special “work in progress” cut of their newest film The Mutant Chronicles.

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I loved the X-Men animated series. I’m one of the names on the internet petition to bring that series to DVD. It looks like Marvel will be bringing us round two of The X-Men animated on the small screen.

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If we were looking at two events this summer to not miss, they would probably be the release of The Dark Knight and Comic-Con in San Diego. It appears that Zack Snyder has the same mindset while promoting Watchmen. Sweet.

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What most of us inside that beautiful comic universe forget is that there will also be a large number of fish hopping out of their water to cover the event for the rest of the normal world.

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