Ben 10: Race Against Time (2007 TV Movie)
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The original Ben 10 series ran from December 2005 to April 2008 and spawned three additional animated series (Ben 10 Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Ben 10: Omniverse), one animated TV-movie (Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix), and two live-action TV-movies (Ben 10: Race Against Time, Ben 10: Alien Swarm).
Cartoon Network’s fresh take on Ben 10 will again follow 10-year-old Ben Tennyson as he,
His roots with the genre are deep. Ouweleen was one of a small team that helped to launch the company’s iconoclastic Adult Swim block of programming. He also co-created, co-executive produced and co-wrote one of the first Adult Swim original series, “Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.” In 2003, he oversaw the creation of such animated hits as “Ben 10,” “Chowder” and “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack,” as well as the network’s first live-action adaptation of a network property, “Ben 10: Race Against Time.”
Ouweleen was most recently senior vice president and executive creative director for Cartoon Network’s creative group, and has
"We’ve met with Silver a couple of times but it’s very early in the development stages to really discuss it any further than that. Other than we are also equally as excited by the prospects," said Rouleau, while his colleague Seagle provided a little more insight: "It’s a live action film as far as we know... They’ve commissioned a script, which is exciting and we had a lot of cool conversations
Once the official schedules are posted these “TV and Movie Panels and Screenings Updates” will be scaled back to just the date, time, title, and location, since the rest of the information and So Much More (including comics panels, autograph signings, etc.) will be available on the Comic-Con schedule link we’ll provide. Consider this, then, the last of the extremely long posts, and hopefully we’ll be getting that official schedule soon.
Hmm, here’s an interesting matchup: Glee will be in Hall H on Sunday at 10:00; Supernatural will be
As you may know, they resold the returned 4-day passes on Friday, and those sold out within a couple of hours. It likely only took that long because only a certain number of people could be purchasing at one time. Returned one day tickets will go on sale shortly; if you’re interested in attempting to be amongst the lucky few who will achieve tickets, you must be following Comic-Con on Twitter for the latest updates
Information added to this update includes Locke & Key, Dexter, Shameless, Homeland, Archer, Wilfred, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Sons of Anarchy, Shark Night 3D, Haywire, The Raven, Immortals, Thanks to THR
July 20th – Wednesday (Preview Night)
6-9 pm – Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings – Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue its annual preview night tradition, with exclusive world premiere screenings of the pilot episodes of three of the most highly anticipated TV series pilots of the 2011–12 television season — Alcatraz, Person of Interest and The Secret Circle — as well as Supernatural: The Anime Series,
The story is about a teen named Ellis (Phillips) who moves to the East Coast to attend a prep school where his father (Burrell) had great success. Farmiga plays Ellis' mother, Arnett her boyfriend and Driver her friend. Russell will play his new stepmother. Duchovny will play a father figure to Ellis who goes by "Goat Man."
Goats is based on Mark Jude Poirer's novel of the same title; the author will adapt the screenplay.
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10:00-11:00 Smallville Screening and Q&A— Comic-Con favorite Smallville returns for its last visit to Comic-Con in advance of the show's 10th and final season, as showrunners Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson join star/executive producer Tom Welling and series stars Erica Durance, Cassidy Freeman, and Justin Hartley to talk about the year ahead, answer fan questions, and give an exclusive sneak peek at clips from the final season. From Tollin/Robbins Productions, Millar/Gough Ink in association with Warner Bros. Television, Smallville airs Fridays at 8pm Et/Pt on The CW. Ballroom 20
Sunday – July 25
10:00-11:00 Emily The Strange — Get your last day of Comic-Con off to a strange start with Dark Horse's Emily the Strange panel! Meet Emily's creator Rob Reger and Dark Horse editor Shawna Gore, and come prepared to quench your curiosity about all things Emily. Exciting announcements, wacky wordplay, and tasty news bits are all on the menu for this early bird panel! Room 3
10:00-11:00 Spotlight on Rick Riordan — Comic-Con special guest Rick Riordan discusses his blockbuster book series Percy Jackson & the Olympians as well as his recently released The Kane Chronicles series and the upcoming all-new The Heroes of Olympus series.
Confirmed Comic-con 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
6:00–9:00 p.m. Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings – Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television are proud to continue the tradition of presenting exclusive screenings of some of the most buzzed-about new television series of the upcoming season. For Comic-Con 2010, Wbtv will offer multiple screenings of the premiere episode of the highly anticipated action hour Nikita, along with additional special video presentations. Ballroom 20
In the sexy and suspenseful series starring international action star Maggie Q (Mission: Impossible III) in the title role, Nikita has gone rogue. Division is an ultra-secret government agency whose operatives are recruited young people with severed ties to family, friends and society and who are trained to be invisible assassins. No one ever leaves Division – except the charming and deadly Nikita, who has managed to escape, making it her mission to undermine the now-corrupt organization.
Meanwhile, we have details about the Fringe, Supernatural, Chuck and Smallville panels below, to name but a few.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
6:00–9:00 p.m. Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings – Comic-Con and
Winter will be working from a script penned by himself and Kerric Macdonald. Charlotte Huggins (Journey to the Center of the Earth) and Andras Hamori are producing. The legendary H.R. Giger will be designing the creatures
When best friends Miles and Terry discover a mysterious crystalline rock in Miles's back yard, they quickly dig up the lawn in search of more. Instead, they unearth the Gate—the opening to an underground chamber containing terrifying evil.
The teenagers soon realize the horror they have unleashed, as one dire event follows another. With supernatural fiends invading suburbia,
The movie follows November's live-action movie "Ben 10: Race Against Time," which Winter also directed. That telefilm was based on the original "Ben 10" series, in which 10-year-old Ben Tennyson found a watchlike device that allowed him to transform into different alien life forms, each with its own unique powers.
"Alien Force" will be based on the network's second animated "Ben 10" series, where Ben is now a teenager and has discovered the ability to transform into a new set of aliens. The show debuted in April as the network's most-watched original series premiere among kids 6-11.
Winter also will executive produce "Alien Force," which Cartoon chief content officer Rob Sorcher said will be a "visually brilliant film." The movie is in preproduction, with casting under way at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank.
Winter is repped by Apa and Evolution. Turman is with Apa and Circle of Confusion.
The 90-minute Ben 10 movie, which aired at 8 p.m. Wednesday, averaged nearly 4 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. That makes Ben 10 the most-watched telecast in network history, surpassing a 2002 telecast of Dragon Ball Z.
It also was Cartoon's most-watched telecast in more than five years among kids 6-11 (1.5 million) and kids 2-11 (2.1 million) and ranked as the No. 1 telecast for the day among both demos in all of television -- broadcast and cable.
Ben 10 also set records as Cartoon's most-watched telecast ever among boys 2-11 (1.6 million) and tied the record as most-watched telecast among boys 6-11 (1.2 million), on par with a 2001 telecast of Dragon Ball Z.
The movie was based on Cartoon's animated action-adventure series Ben 10 about a young boy who, with the flick of a powerful alien wristwatch, can turn into 10 different aliens with amazing superpowers.
Rounding out the ensemble cast of the single-camera comedy are Rebecca McFarland, Alessandra Toressani and Ryan Malgarini.
Campers, from Carter Covington (ABC Family's Greek), chronicles the experiences of a family on a cross-country road trip that includes teenager Dylan (Panabaker), her father (Stewart), his new wife (McFarland) and her kids (Toressani, Malgarini). Littleford plays Dylan's mother.
The pilot starts shooting Monday in Los Angeles.
Stewart, known for his role as Harry on NBC's 3rd Rock From the Sun, recently had roles on TNT's The Closer and ABC's Cavemen. He is repped by APA and JC Robbins Management.
Panabaker, who co-starred on WB Network's Summerland, recently appeared in the film Nancy Drew. She is repped by Meredith Fine and Dana Edrick at Coast to Coast Talent.
Littleford was a correspondent on Comedy Central's The Daily Show With Jon Stewart for four years and next appears in the Cartoon Network movie Ben 10: Race Against Time. She is repped by APA and manager Danielle Allman-Del.