Now that Marvel has announced that Edward Norton, who played Dr. Bruce Banner in The Incredible Hulk (2008), will NOT be returning to play the role one more time in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, some fans are outraged and many are speculating on exactly who might take over the role. Remember, Norton himself had replaced […] (continued)
FRIDAY, JULY 23
11:30-1:00 Comics Arts Conference Session #6: Digital Comics— Nick Langley (Rocket Llama) gives a brief history of webcomics and evaluates online economic experiments from subscriptions to micropayments – with Brock Heasley (Super Fogeys, Zuda Comics’ Monsterplex).
2:00-3:30 Comics Arts Conference Session #8: Where Are the Action Chicks?— Katrina Hill (ActionFlickChick.com), Jill Pantozzi (MTV Splash […] (continued)
This year, geek girls are conquering San Diego Comic-Con International. Look at all the awesome things we’re up to.
THURSDAY, JULY 22
5:30-6:30 Geek Girls Exist— Really? Kristin Rielly (Geek Girls Network) leads a discussion about growing up geek, turning passions into careers, and who shot first. Representing the many awesome aspects of the geek culture, panelists […] (continued)
I’m getting ready to do a panel at Comic-Con later this month to discuss Batman’s crimefighting partnerships. Last year Dr. Robin Rosenberg and I got to discuss the psychopathy of the Joker with creator Jerry Robinson, “The Laughing Fish” author Steve Englehart, The Dark Knight executive producer Michael Uslan, and TV’s original Batman himself, Adam […] (continued)
The demons are back and this time scarier than ever! Even though the end of Paranormal Activity stated that the main character Micah’s body was found and Katie’s whereabouts are unknown, it looks like one or both of them will be back to bring you more scares in the sequel Paranormal Activity 2! It’s planned […] (continued)
Zuda Comics, DC Comics’ webcomic line built on the last couple of years’ worth of monthly competitions in which hopeful creators fought it out to see who’d win the vote and get contracts to produce another year’s worht of comics, is gone. Zip! It was there and then it was not. No fanfare, no forewarning, the website […] (continued)
At last! Comic-Con is posting their schedule later than ever this year, although no later than they’d said they would. We finally get to post the complete information about our “Where Are the Action Chicks?” panel. Bringing together a number of online friends and several others I look forward to meeting, I’ll lead a discussion on […] (continued)
“You look surprised to see me. If you’d been paying attention you might still be alive.”
The Rogue is a striker in the truest sense of the word. The Rogue, or Thief as they were known in 2nd and 1st edition, is a class that’s built around acting with skill and subterfuge, and the 4th […] (continued)
During my top secret trip to L.A. for G4TV’s Next Woman of the Web photo shoot, producers Joke and Biagio of Vh-1’s Scream Queens 2 reality competition invited me onto their set.
Actress Jaime King, acting coach John Homa, and film director Tim Sullivan put 10 actresses through the wringer to see which one has the […] (continued)
Hell yeah! I am super happy that I went to see The Last Airbender because I got to see a life size, pop up poster ad for The Expendables! There were at least 7 of those beautiful, ass-kicking men there right in front of me to ogle. I even reached up and hugged Stallone. I […] (continued)
A lot of people have been tweeting that today is the date Doc Brown traveled to at the end of Back to the Future. Wrong-o. Before the Libyans attacked at the mall, he’d originally intended to travel 25 years ahead of 1985 to visit 2010, but at the end of the movie, he picked 30 years […] (continued)
Christopher Nolan directs the sci-fi thriller Inception starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. This film looks like it might actually be worth seeing it in an IMAX theater because it looks disorienting and amazing.The film’s story centers around technology that has the capability to place one person in another person’s mind through dreams. […] (continued)
After seeing Predators listed among the movies I’m eager to see in July, someone on twitter commented, “I don’t think predators will be any good. It is just full of violence,” which is absolutely fine as a basis for their own expectations but a little amusing for me because that’s not exactly a turn-off to […] (continued)
Some of those cast in the documentary Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope were notified yesterday, but casting is still in progress. Apparently the casting folks are still looking for specific types of people, including male cosplayers.
For other video auditions for the documentary by Morgan Spurlock, Joss Whedon, and Stan Lee, see previous posts:
* Comic-Con Episode […] (continued)