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Continuing our coverage of the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con comes the programming for Thursday. For the full run down, go to the con’s website. Thursday is the first full day of the Comic-Con and is filled with awesome panels about zombies, monsters, The Walking Dead, Dexter, The Hobbit and others. Including our very own panel at 7:30 Pm in 24Abc in Hall H. We hope to see you there.
For the events that cater more to the sensibilities of FM, check the highlights below:
10:00-11:00 The Witty Women of Steampunk— The Victorian era was one marked by constraints on behavior, morals and bosoms. When you add a bit of sci-fi to the mix, however, those corset laces begin to loosen. The steampunk genre has allowed a new wave of female creators and personalities to explore how liberating, sexy, and adventurous the age of steam can be. Robin Blackburn »
- Andy Greene
Director demonstrates loose lips on the Geektime show.
The Death Wish remake has been assembled on the downlow to this point, with director Joe Carnahan letting out just a few key details here and there to keep the project in the periphery of fans. He has mentioned that the original novel will serve as the key source material for the new film, while also saying that this new version will be moved out west to Los Angeles. Specifically, what he refers to as the “hidden Los Angeles” of films like Collateral, Drive, and Heat.
Today on Sirius Xm’s Geektime show, hosted by Ralph Cirella on Howard 101, Carnahan issued an All The President’s Men-style confirmation as to who would play the lead role of Paul Kersey. Carnahan told the Geektime crew he couldn’t say who the star would be, but did say if the crew guessed correctly, he »
- Josh Converse
2 items from 2012
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