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Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: mdla on March 11, 2013, 12:51:56 PM
Hey all this list is just complete speculation and by no means thorough, but I think at least some of these movies have a good shot at having panels at the Con:

The Wolverine
Red 2
300 Part 2
Elysium
Kick Ass 2
Riddick
Machete 2 (less likely)
Sin City 2
Clerks 3
Thor 2
Hunger Games: Catching Fire (though I know Jennifer Lawrence isn't a big fan of comic-con panels)
Hobbit part II
Anchorman 2 (Ferrell being there last year+ the first being about San Diego have this as my dark horse pick)
Muppets 2 (BIG Stretch with D23 on its heels)
X Men: First Class 2

That's all I could think of in terms of movies that fit the comic-con profile that have yet to be confirmed.  Any other movies you all are hoping for?
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on March 11, 2013, 12:52:58 PM
I expect a big Marvel MCU panel in general with news about CA: Winter Soldier and the other movies they have lined up.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Transmute Jun on March 11, 2013, 12:55:31 PM
Okay, so it's a smaller name film (independent) but I think Gamers 3/Zombie Orpheus will have a panel at SDCC. 
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Devorah on March 11, 2013, 01:16:45 PM
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Hunger Games: Catching Fire (though I know Jennifer Lawrence isn't a big fan of comic-con panels)

This would be awesome.  I thing JLaw and her own personal brand of verbal diarrhrea would be quite entertaining in a panel :)
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 11, 2013, 01:19:45 PM
Well with the announcement of no more Clone Wars and Star Wars Detours. being out on hold, I'm sure they will have something for Episode VII.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Transmute Jun on March 11, 2013, 01:21:19 PM
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This would be awesome.  I thing JLaw and her own personal brand of verbal diarrhrea would be quite entertaining in a panel :)

I think so too! But I'm a little afraid it would be first thing on Thursday and the TwiHards will shift over to camping out overnight (or days in advance) for this and it might be tough to get into.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: mdla on March 11, 2013, 02:28:42 PM
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I think so too! But I'm a little afraid it would be first thing on Thursday and the TwiHards will shift over to camping out overnight (or days in advance) for this and it might be tough to get into.

I'd almost rather have that happen then have it be late Saturday, where it makes it that much harder to get into a Hobbit part 2, or something similar.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: oneroomdisco on March 11, 2013, 02:49:36 PM
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I'd almost rather have that happen then have it be late Saturday, where it makes it that much harder to get into a Hobbit part 2, or something similar.
I'm pretty much in the same boat.  THG is not my thing and the fandom is crazy, so I kind of really want it to be first thing on Thursday  >:D.

I'm going to be trying to get as close as humanely possible for the Marvel panel, so I'm a fan of anything that decreases the number of big fandoms I will be doing battle with.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on March 11, 2013, 02:53:01 PM
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I expect a big Marvel MCU panel in general with news about CA: Winter Soldier and the other movies they have lined up.

That'd be nice; with Disney's D23 Expo just a few weeks after Comic-Con, though, I wouldn't be surprised if there is no Marvel Movie panel.  :(
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on March 11, 2013, 03:59:39 PM
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That'd be nice; with Disney's D23 Expo just a few weeks after Comic-Con, though, I wouldn't be surprised if there is no Marvel Movie panel.  :(


Personally if I ran Marvel, I'd do both. Maybe something different at each one but the crowds of SDCC and D23 are different. You shouldn't ignore one fanbase for another.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: oneroomdisco on March 11, 2013, 04:03:47 PM
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Personally if I ran Marvel, I'd do both. Maybe something different at each one but the crowds of SDCC and D23 are different. You shouldn't ignore one fanbase for another.

I really hope they do both.  After last years Hall H love note, I feel like there's a good chance that they will, but still, my stress levels would be vastly improved if D23 didn't exist.  I live close enough that I could go if I had to, but given the prices + the fact that I would only be going for Marvel, I wouldn't want to go more than one day and I don't know if that would actually let me get in line early enough to make it inside the arena  :-\.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: wikkibird on March 12, 2013, 07:15:45 AM
A big part of my reason why I want to go this year is the awesome Marvel panel they will (hopefully) have.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Kevin Rutan on March 12, 2013, 07:46:40 AM
It doesn't make a lot of sense financially for Disney to pull out from SDCC in favor of D23. Companies put up booths ad have panels at these conventions to generate fan buzz and get media coverage. SDCC is far more widely covered by print and television media than D23, so passing over SDCC for D23 really make no sense and Disney rarely makes poor marketing decisions.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 12, 2013, 07:51:34 AM
I really, really, really want to catch the Hobbit 2 panel.

Also, do you think Tron 3 might have something going? I head the script was greenlit awhile back. I would spend the entire con over there if there was!
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Kevin Rutan on March 12, 2013, 07:58:06 AM
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I really, really, really want to catch the Hobbit 2 panel.

Also, do you think Tron 3 might have something going? I head the script was greenlit awhile back. I would spend the entire con over there if there was!
If they do have a Disney panel and they have anything at all done on the third Tron movie they would probably show it at SDCC. They were showing test footage and having events at SDCC for years before Tron Legacy came out. Disney knows how rabid the Tron following at SDCC is.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 12, 2013, 08:08:35 AM
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If they do have a Disney panel and they have anything at all done on the third Tron movie they would probably show it at SDCC. They were showing test footage and having events at SDCC for years before Tron Legacy came out. Disney knows how rabid the Tron following at SDCC is.

I'm just pretty ecstatic to hear there is a Tron following at SDCC!!
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: ukdeejay on March 12, 2013, 08:12:46 AM
I'd be down with a Tron sequel panel, very much so - I just don't see it happening...


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Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on March 12, 2013, 08:18:07 AM
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It doesn't make a lot of sense financially for Disney to pull out from SDCC in favor of D23. Companies put up booths ad have panels at these conventions to generate fan buzz and get media coverage. SDCC is far more widely covered by print and television media than D23, so passing over SDCC for D23 really make no sense and Disney rarely makes poor marketing decisions.

Well, Disney did that in 2011 (No Disney film panels, no Marvel film panels) and AVENGERS became the third highest grossing film of all-time.  The whole point of Disney not having the high profile panels at Comic-Con and instead holding out and having them at D23 is to get more press.
It's funny, because leading up to Comic-Con 2011 when the rumors in June were that Disney would hold out, I was making the same arguments many around here were (especially because at that time AVENGERS was sort of a big risk: that seems funny now in hindsight, but going in Comic-Con 2011 CAPTAIN AMERICA wasn't released yet, THOR was doing OK but not great, and AVENGERS success could've been a flip of the coin), and I was SHOCKED that there was not a Marvel movie panel at Comic-Con in 2011. 

Disney holding out on Comic-Con and instead having high profile movie panels at their own D23 seemed to work out pretty well for them, as the attendance was up significantly, they got WAY more press coverage with RDJ in attendance and of course AVENGERS made truck-loads of cash.  Why would Disney change strategy this year?

**note**
I REALLY hope I'm wrong, but history + corporate logic doesn't seem to point in that direction...  :(
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on March 12, 2013, 08:21:33 AM
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I'd be down with a Tron sequel panel, very much so - I just don't see it happening...

Yeah, the guy who shepherd that film into production was fired from Disney not long after JOHN CARTER from Mars tanked at the box office.  Disney might try to force the issue, but the whole reason the corporation pushed a Tron sequel (and the John Carter film, for that matter) was because they were trying to produce live-action movies that would attract a key demo of teenage/young-adult males.  Now that Disney owns Marvel and Star Wars, there's no need to sink resources in a twice-proven non-hit franchise like Tron.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 12, 2013, 08:40:31 AM
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Yeah, the guy who shepherd that film into production was fired from Disney not long after JOHN CARTER from Mars tanked at the box office.  Disney might try to force the issue, but the whole reason the corporation pushed a Tron sequel (and the John Carter film, for that matter) was because they were trying to produce live-action movies that would attract a key demo of teenage/young-adult males.  Now that Disney owns Marvel and Star Wars, there's no need to sink resources in a twice-proven non-hit franchise like Tron.

I need to go find my happy place now.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: bettiebloodshed on March 12, 2013, 10:04:22 AM
As of October, there was still hope for Tron 3--and that was after the John Carter fiasco. The Tron: Uprising panel had mentioned it, and after the panel, some of us talked about the possibility. I'm not counting it out yet. Sadly there won't be a Tron: U panel, since it didn't get picked up for a second season--that panel last year was a blast.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on March 12, 2013, 04:41:26 PM
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As of October, there was still hope for Tron 3--and that was after the John Carter fiasco. The Tron: Uprising panel had mentioned it, and after the panel, some of us talked about the possibility. I'm not counting it out yet. Sadly there won't be a Tron: U panel, since it didn't get picked up for a second season--that panel last year was a blast.

Yeah, you never know.  The TRON LEGACY panel was also a blast: they recorded Hall H yelling different phrases, and used it in the early Arena scene (when Sam fights Rizzler).  My son, who was eight at the time, LOVED it!  Also, for two years Disney brought Flynn's Arcade to the Gaslamp, which was an incredible experience.
I'm all for another Tron movie.  The sequel wasn't a masterpiece, but it was fun enough for me and my son (and my wife, for that matter).
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Jim Watari on March 12, 2013, 04:53:55 PM
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I'm just pretty ecstatic to hear there is a Tron following at SDCC!!

I was at the panel in Hall H, when they did some sound recordings of the fans yelling out the character names for the movie. I never really checked to see if those recordings were used or not
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Kevin Rutan on March 12, 2013, 05:06:25 PM
I was in hall H for that panel to, it was great.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Car_Low on March 12, 2013, 05:24:00 PM
I don't think clerks 3 will be there considering Kevin Smith literally just started writing the script 4 days ago. I would suspect it would be at least 2 years for it to see light maybe longer as evidenced by how long he took to try to get Hit Somebody off the ground and Red State to be released.

He'll probably talk about it on saturday when he does his Q&A session in Hall H though.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: FBS on March 13, 2013, 01:25:41 AM
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Hey all this list is just complete speculation and by no means thorough, but I think at least some of these movies have a good shot at having panels at the Con:

The Wolverine
Red 2
300 Part 2
Elysium
Kick Ass 2
Riddick
Machete 2 (less likely)
Sin City 2
Clerks 3
Thor 2
Hunger Games: Catching Fire (though I know Jennifer Lawrence isn't a big fan of comic-con panels)
Hobbit part II
Anchorman 2 (Ferrell being there last year+ the first being about San Diego have this as my dark horse pick)
Muppets 2 (BIG Stretch with D23 on its heels)
X Men: First Class 2

That's all I could think of in terms of movies that fit the comic-con profile that have yet to be confirmed.  Any other movies you all are hoping for?

Not many sequels on that list  ;)

Any of those would be rather good for me as I'm over more for the film stuff than anything else.
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: ukdeejay on March 13, 2013, 03:54:52 AM
Still hoping beyond hope for some Tron stuff - and really hoping that James Gunn pulls his finger out and brings some Guardians stuff with hike, too!


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"I can't lie to you about your chances, but... you have my sympathies."
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 13, 2013, 07:09:24 AM
Do you think Michael Bay's bastardized TMNT will make an appearance somewhere?
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on March 13, 2013, 07:15:36 AM
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Do you think Michael Bay's bastardized TMNT will make an appearance somewhere?

If it does, they should hand out tomatos to the audience.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: taigirl87 on March 13, 2013, 10:09:59 AM
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If it does, they should hand out tomatos to the audience.

;D YES!!!! or we could bring out own... *whistles*
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: mdla on March 13, 2013, 10:16:04 AM
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If it does, they should hand out tomatos to the audience.

It would be only the second panel ever that I would actually be upset at.  The first was when Roland Emmrich was on a panel for 2012, and after subjecting the audience to horrible CGI told a child (that I'm sure wanted to figure out if he was going to live in a post-apocalyptic landscape)  "he wasn't sure" whether the Mayan Doomsday Prophecies would turn out to be true.
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 13, 2013, 10:21:14 AM
I hope not. Seriously Megan Fox as April O'neil.  She has already made her mark in a movie franchise. It's kind of like having the guy who made the new Star Trek movies make Episode VII or watching Thor in the new Red Dawn.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: wikkibird on March 13, 2013, 10:50:10 AM
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I hope not. Seriously Megan Fox as April O'neil.  She has already made her mark in a movie franchise. It's kind of like having the guy who made the new Star Trek movies make Episode VII or watching Thor in the new Red Dawn.

Yea, having J.J. Abrams just makes me shake my head and wonder...why? Was there no one else who wanted to do it? Seriously? And yea, lol, watching Cabin in the Woods was more like "Oh, look, it's Thor..." /typecast
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 13, 2013, 11:12:50 AM
We already had out childhood ruined thanks to The Chrystal Skull. Don't want the same to happen to Episode VII or TMNT.
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 13, 2013, 11:15:32 AM
I kept asking myself why doesn't he call Mjolnir to save the day.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on March 13, 2013, 11:51:16 AM
Cabin In The Woods was actually filmed way before Thor but wasn't released until later.

/Random
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Car_Low on March 13, 2013, 12:20:48 PM
Both Red Dawn and Cabin in the Woods were filmed before Thor and were held off until after Thor was released to bank on the popularity of Chris Hemsworth.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 13, 2013, 02:21:31 PM
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We already had out childhood ruined thanks to The Chrystal Skull. Don't want the same to happen to Episode VII or TMNT.

Don't forget Transformers.
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 13, 2013, 03:52:21 PM
True. I enjoyed the first one, but the others not so much. I wonder if they make a 4th movie if the autobots will do the Harlem Shake.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on March 13, 2013, 05:24:33 PM
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True. I enjoyed the first one, but the others not so much. I wonder if they make a 4th movie if the autobots will do the Harlem Shake.

Bawahahahah
Title: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Yzrfan on March 13, 2013, 06:50:49 PM
It would be funny to see. Sad but funny
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: FBS on March 15, 2013, 04:13:55 AM
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Both Red Dawn and Cabin in the Woods were filmed before Thor and were held off until after Thor was released to bank on the popularity of Chris Hemsworth.

Cabin In The Woods was held from release because the studio was going bankrupt, so it couldn't get a release. The studio was MGM and they had CITW sat waiting for release, but they were more worried about the Bond franchise.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Miss Kitty on May 29, 2013, 01:47:52 PM
I bet The Worlds End with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will have something at the con. I'm surprised that Seth Rogan and his nerd herd are releasing This is the End before the con. I would think they would want the extra push from the hype.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on May 29, 2013, 04:34:59 PM
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I bet The Worlds End with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost will have something at the con.

Me too.  Edgar Wright has had a panel for all of his other films, with Nick Frost at both of the Blood & Ice Cream panels, Simon Pegg at one (Pegg was filming M:I 3 at the time of HOT FUZZ panel).  Wright & Frost kicked off the HOT FUZZ panel (which IIRC was on a Sunday) with a video welcome from Simon Pegg, and then hyping up a ton of footage they had brought from HOT FUZZ.  The footage was ALL B-roll footage (think shots of a traffic light changing, geese crossing the street, etc) that was so goofy I was in tears laughing.  Wright is a presence at SD CCI, and he knows how to please his crowd, and he's often with his lads Frost & Pegg.
I guess technically Nick Frost & Simon Pegg walked on to the SCOTT PILGRIM panel just because it was an Edgar Wright Comic-Con panel.  I would be more surprised if WORLD'S END did NOT have a panel than if it did.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: perc2100 on May 29, 2013, 04:46:48 PM
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Do you think Michael Bay's bastardized TMNT will make an appearance somewhere?

I'd say there's a decent possibility.  Last year they were hyping TMNT quite a bit, giving out free hats and other stuff: the new cartoon I think, but they still had a sizable presence.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on June 10, 2013, 09:08:18 AM
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I'd say there's a decent possibility.  Last year they were hyping TMNT quite a bit, giving out free hats and other stuff: the new cartoon I think, but they still had a sizable presence.

Sounds like we can expect them then. :-/
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: lborgia88 on June 11, 2013, 01:26:17 PM
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I really, really, really want to catch the Hobbit 2 panel.

I'm with you there -I've been obsessed with all things Tolkien for a very long time.  In my early teens especially, oh, did I just want to be able to leave this world and go be an elf in Middle Earth.

Last year, I agonized over trying for Hall H for the Hobbit panel, but it was scheduled so late in the day and what preceded it was of far less interest to me.  I couldn't justify getting up that early and giving up so much of the day to sitting in Hall H to see it.  I'm hoping this year will be different...
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Kevin Rutan on June 11, 2013, 01:45:34 PM
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I'm with you there -I've been obsessed with all things Tolkien for a very long time.  In my early teens especially, oh, did I just want to be able to leave this world and go be an elf in Middle Earth.

Last year, I agonized over trying for Hall H for the Hobbit panel, but it was scheduled so late in the day and what preceded it was of far less interest to me.  I couldn't justify getting up that early and giving up so much of the day to sitting in Hall H to see it.  I'm hoping this year will be different...
I wouldn't count on it being all that different, if anything the lineups might be less interesting as the Saturday lineup for Hall H was pretty great in most peoples estimation. Action, sci-fi, animation and comic book movies are pretty standard on the  Hall H lineup and the line starts forming very early.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Transmute Jun on June 11, 2013, 01:59:32 PM
LB, I think it's more than likely that Warner Brothers will have its late-afternoon spot again (as they have during previous years) so it would be another all-day time investment to see stuff from Hobbit 2. Of course, depending on what else is going on that day, you might find it worthwhile.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Angel A. on June 12, 2013, 08:46:09 PM
Does anybody else think they might actually have a screening of Pegg/Wright/Frost's "The World's End"? It'll already be out  in UK cinemas, and Wright's had full on screenings of Scott Pilgrim and Attack the Block in years past...
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: SiddFinch on June 12, 2013, 10:16:30 PM
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Does anybody else think they might actually have a screening of Pegg/Wright/Frost's "The World's End"? It'll already be out  in UK cinemas, and Wright's had full on screenings of Scott Pilgrim and Attack the Block in years past...

I am betting (and hoping!) they'll screen it. Those guys are all about fan service :D
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: lawboysam on June 13, 2013, 05:43:57 AM
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I am betting (and hoping!) they'll screen it. Those guys are all about fan service :D

Edgar Wright tweeted this morning that they'll be there:
https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/345120467109167104 (https://twitter.com/edgarwright/status/345120467109167104)
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: BadWolf on June 13, 2013, 10:12:19 AM
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I am betting (and hoping!) they'll screen it. Those guys are all about fan service :D

If I got to meet Simon Pegg, all would be right in the world.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: lborgia88 on June 13, 2013, 03:02:18 PM
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LB, I think it's more than likely that Warner Brothers will have its late-afternoon spot again (as they have during previous years) so it would be another all-day time investment to see stuff from Hobbit 2. Of course, depending on what else is going on that day, you might find it worthwhile.

Yes, what precedes it would be a major factor -last year, if I recall, it was mostly TV shows I'd never seen.  Not that it isn't fun to be exposed to new things but... Sigh, the eternal Con dilemma: so much to do -happening simultaneously- and hard choices to make (one of them being to "Do I want to be awake and sitting on the ground at 4 am?")
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Kevin Rutan on June 13, 2013, 03:19:12 PM
Nobody wants to be sitting on the ground at 4 am, that's why portable fold out stools are your friend.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: lawboysam on June 13, 2013, 03:27:57 PM
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Nobody wants to be sitting on the ground at 4 am, that's why portable fold out stools are your friend.

The cool kids just lay on the grass and pass out.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Transmute Jun on June 13, 2013, 04:00:01 PM
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(one of them being to "Do I want to be awake and sitting on the ground at 4 am?")

Hey, I brought a tarp last year!
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: lborgia88 on June 13, 2013, 06:48:18 PM
My dream movie panel would be one for Nikkatsu's live-action "Gatchaman" movie that's hitting theaters this August -but in Japanese and only in Japan, so I think it's very, very unlikely to happen.

http://www.gatchaman-movie.jp/


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That's why portable fold out stools are your friend.

I'm honestly not sure if I there would be enough room to spare in my luggage -every year, it's so close (space and weight).

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Hey, I brought a tarp last year!

So you did -and it made the ground clean and dry.   :D

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The cool kids just lay on the grass and pass out.

Heh, I did sort of do that (I was kind of asleep)...  as this pic from TJ's camera demonstrates.

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Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: Transmute Jun on June 13, 2013, 07:25:57 PM
I still don't know how you can sleep like that....
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: SiddFinch on July 06, 2013, 11:34:11 AM
Forgive my ignorance, but would the upcoming DC universe film plans be rolled into the WB/Legendary panel? If so, seems like it'll be pretty jam-packed!
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on July 06, 2013, 11:41:23 AM
It would be but there's nothing listed for being DC.
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: SiddFinch on July 06, 2013, 12:04:31 PM
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It would be but there's nothing listed for being DC.

Ok, yeah. I found that odd cuz I'd been hearing they'd be there in a BIG way...
Title: Re: Movie Speculation Thread
Post by: YouThinkMeMad on July 06, 2013, 12:11:11 PM
They have a large time slot, maybe it'll be something at the very end.