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Chicago – The Wizard World Chicago Comic Con was another huge success this past summer, gathering together comic and pop culture fans. One of the highlights of the event was the reunion of Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman) from the 1960s Batman TV show.
West and Ward did a special Q&A with attendees in a huge ball room (highlights below) and Julie Newmar sat down with HollywoodChicago.com for an in-depth interview of her long career. All sat for photographs with Joe Arce.
Adam West and Burt Ward will always be the legendary crime fighting duo, Batman and Robin. The original run of the ABC-tv series was from 1966-68, beginning with the unique two episode a week run. Batmania exploded in the U.S. during the time, reviving the Dark Knight for future incarnations. Ward is currently retired from acting, »
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Sometimes you get a chance to simply sit down and talk with an actor; no timetable, no handler, and every question is fair game. Darren Shahlavi was kind enough to sit down with me for that style of interview, and over the course of our 20 minute conversation we covered a huge number of topics. Shahlavi has started to hone his craft and play increasingly larger roles in films and TV, and his hard work is starting to really show. Shahlavi stars in Ip Man 2 (read my review here) as the main bad guy, Twister, who is a Western boxer visiting Hong Kong. After screening the film just moments before, I was able to interview him and you can see the results after the jump.
Darren and I covered a lot of ground, but among the topics were his fighting background, how he got his first big break and then landed »
- Bill Graham
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