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5 Comic-Con Panels You Don’t Know About, But Might Want to Attend
5 Comic-Con Panels You Don’t Know About, But Might Want to Attend
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Wednesday sees the start of Comic-Con International -- however, if you're reading this, chances are you already know that. In fact, chances are you're going, in which case you've probably already planned out which panels to attend. Behind all the big-name appearances and panels promoting the latest movies, TV shows and transmedia properties, however, there are some other panels you might've missed.
Comic-Con Stays In San Diego
Comic-Con Stays In San Diego
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After months and months of speculation that Comic-Con International might move away from its southern California location due to an increased demand surpassing the San Diego Convention Center's attendance limit, the folks behind CCI have confirmed that the show will stay put for the foreseeable future.
CCI: The <i>Fringe</i> Panel
CCI: The Fringe Panel
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Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble and the rest of the Fringe cast engaged their fans with a special panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, discussing the upcoming third season's twists and turns.
CCI: <i>The Vampire Diaries</i> Panel
CCI: The Vampire Diaries Panel
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With the second chapter of "The Vampire Diaries" set for this fall, the cast and producers tease the new season, the introduction of werewolves and the long-awaited return of Katherine.
CCI: <i>Psych</i> Panel
CCI: Psych Panel
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The cast and creators of USA Network's "Psych" treated a crowd at Comic-Con International to song, dance, previews, bloopers and a glimpse behind the scenes of the hit police procedural/comedy. Oh, and also the story behind the hidden pineapple in each episode.
CCI: Radical Axis Studios Panel
CCI: Radical Axis Studios Panel
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At Comic-Con International, the animators and artists behind such cult-hit series as "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" and "Squidbillies" talked about the 10th anniversary of Radical Axis Studios, looked back at their body of work, and offered a peek at what lies ahead.
CCI: <i>The Event</i> Screening And Q&A
CCI: The Event Screening And Q&A
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At Comic-Con International, NBC debuted the pilot of its upcoming conspiracy thriller "The Event" for attendees, followed by a very brief question-and-answer session with the cast and producers. The series, which stars Blair Underwood, Jason Ritter, Sara Roemer, Laura Innes and Željko Ivanek, debuts on Sept. 20.
CCI: <i>The Expendables</i> Panel
CCI: The Expendables Panel
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Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Steve Austin, Randy Couture and Terry Crews appeared at Comic-Con International to promote "The Expendables," the highly anticipated ensemble action film about a group of mercenaries sent to South America to overthrow a cold-blooded dictator -- only to discover the situation isn't quite as it appears.
CCI: <i>Salt</i> Panel
CCI: Salt Panel
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Angelina Jolie, Liev Schreiber and others appeared at Comic-Con International to talk about "Salt," performing stunts, and how the spy thriller differs from Jolie's other action movies.
CCI: <i>Burn Notice</i> Panel
CCI: Burn Notice Panel
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At Comic-Con International, Burn Notice star Bruce Campbell, creator Matt Nix and other members of the cast and crew talks about USA's hit spy series and announced plans for a prequel movie focusing on Campbell's Sam Axe character.
CCI: <i>Battle: Los Angeles</i> Panel
CCI: Battle: Los Angeles Panel
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At Comic-Con International, Sony Pictures unveiled a sneak peek at “Battle: Los Angeles," its March 2011 alien-invasion drama that pits Marines -- Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez, among them -- against an otherworldly menace in a first-person shooter scenario. "It’s like 'Black Hawk Down' with aliens," the director says.
CCI: <i>Chuck</i> Vs. Comic-Con
CCI: Chuck Vs. Comic-Con
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The creators and stars of "Chuck" spoke with reporters at Comic-Con International about the arrival of Baby Awesome, Buy More as subsidiary of the CIA, and the identity of Chuck's mother.
CCI: <i>Spartacus: Blood And Sand</i> Panel
CCI: Spartacus: Blood And Sand Panel
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At Comic-Con International, creator Steven S. DeKnight and the cast of Spartacus: Blood and Sand discussed season two, the upcoming prequel Gods of the Arena, and star Andy Whitfield's victory in his battle with cancer.
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