Hier die restlichen Bits vom letzten Tag der ComicCon mit ein paar News zu Sons of Anarchy, dem Twin-Peaksesquen Wayward Pines, einem Trailer zum Simpsons/Family Guy-Crossover, einem Trailer-Trailer zum Hobbit und jeder Menge Cosplay (Roger Rabbit! Ewok! Und die Tiny Guardians of the Galaxy haben den Group Cosplay-Contest gewonnen! Newt!)
Brian K. Vaughn And Fiona Staples Reveal What's Ahead For Saga: „The Comic-Con panel for Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples' comic Saga was every bit as charming as you'd expect. The pair talked about the next few issues of the comic, the importance of killing off characters, why Slave Girl is a critique of Slave Leia, and the one Saga moment Fiona Staples initially refused to draw. And why Brian K. Vaughn thinks that more fictional characters should die.“
Wayward Pines is based on the novel Pines by Blake Crouch and with its suspenseful premise one can understand why M. Night Shyamalan was tapped to direct. The show follows secret service agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) after he awakens from a car crash and finds himself in Wayward Pines, Idaho. Quickly thereafter we’re introduced to characters who meant to put Ethan at ease, while doing the complete opposite for both Ethan and the viewer. The nods to Twin Peaks are definitely there, especially with Nurse Pam (Melissa Leo) and her over eager niceness and Sheriff Pope (Terrence Howard) with his musings on rum raisin ice cream. They serve to keep Ethan from his task of searching for two federal agents who have gone missing. It only gets crazier when he finds agent Kate Hewson (Carla Cugino) only to not have her recognize him.
Sons Of Anarchy may be starting its final season this fall but tales about the world shown in the FX drama are not over. “We are having serious conversations about our prequel,” said SOA creator Kurt Sutter to loud applause today at Comic-Con. “My sense is right now that I don’t know if it will be a full-on series or a mini-series.” While this is far from the first time the showrunner has talked about going back to the show’s roots, it had special significance Sunday in the massive Hall H for what is expected to be SOA’s last of many SDCC appearances.
“There’ll be no spinoffs,” added Sutter. “I think spinoffs work well on procedural dramas, which this clearly is not.” The SOA story will also continue in Bratva, the show’s first novelization. The upcoming book, whose cover art Sutter showed the audience, picks up after Season 4.
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'Batkid Begins' follows the events leading up to the day Batkid saved San Francisco and what happens when an event goes unintentionally viral. The goal that day was to get a couple hundred people to show up to support Miles Scott and his wish to become Batkid, after battling leukemia for more than half his short life.
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