Guest for the Comic-con panel have been announced, and you can get the breakdown at Target 419.
Starring Mark Valley, series debut January 17, 2010.
THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
Comic Book Movie is reporting that SDCC will also have a screening of the Neil Patrick Harris-fueled episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister" and a Q&A with actor Deidrich Bader, producers Sam Register and James Tucker, story editor Michael Jelenic and voice director Andrea Romano.
Next episode: "When OMAC Attacks," tonight.
Kryptonsite also has news about the San Diego panel focusing on that show.
Next episode: fall 2009.
To make it a coaxial quartet (all digital now), Herosite is reporting the season four debut date.
Next episode: September 21, 2009.
A report from Comics2Film claims that the anime/manga property has snagged award-winning novelist and UKÂ TV writer Tom Rob Smith to work on the screenplay.
No release date announced.
SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
Wardrobe and a grim glare, that's what you'll get in today's set photos.
Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010.
WATCHMEN: THE DIRECTOR'S CUT
There's a version of the movie you haven't seen, and it's gonna be shown at Comic-Con -- we got an email from The BluRay Blog noting the details.
Viewing date: July 25th, 2009.
G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt talked to NY Mag about suiting up as Cobra Commander. "My face is in it," Gordon-Levitt said. "There's this crazy kind of getup that I wear. It's got makeup and it's got all this other stuff, and it's a mask, basically. You can hardly tell it's me. And that, to me, is the best. That's why I love Daniel Day-Lewis or Gary Oldman. Actors like that, where they're so different as each character, the actor disappears. Doing 'G.I. Joe' made it real easy to disappear because of all the elaborate stuff on my face. And it demands a totally different kind of acting style. You sort of check your realism at the door."
Starring Dennis Quaid, release date: August 7, 2009.
TRANSFORMERS 2 BOX OFFICE UPDATE
According to Variety, at $60.6 million, the sequel is now the biggest Wednesday opening in history, and the second biggest opening day ever (with "The Dark Knight" leading there at $67.2 million). Then, just for fun, Variety believes that the film added another $27 million. Overseas, the sequel's total through Wednesday was a whopping $59 million from 11,500 locations in 58 territories Wednesday, putting the worldwide tally at $146.6 million. Will it beat the record-setting $203.8 million tally of "The Dark Knight?" We'll see.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION
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