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Orphan Black News!
We know courtesy of the
Orphan Black panel that season two of the show will air in Spring 2014, probably April, and it will introduce new clones.
Tatiana Maslany also had something interesting to say on when she knew her show was really taking off: "There’s feminist writers writing about the themes of the show … exploring the individuality of these women and all that kind of stuff, which speaks really to my heart and was really exciting for me.”
Hugh Jackman Tweeted, Cosplayed as Wolverine
Hugh Jackman tweeted the above pic. He approves of Comic-Con, and we approve of him. He also said at the Days of Future Past panel—where pretty much the whole cast showed up, much to the surprise of the fans in Hall H—that he walked around the con in full Wolverine regalia, and "Not one person stopped me. Not one. One guy goes, 'Eh, not bad." And another one said, 'Way too tall, baby.""
Karen Gillan Shaved Her Head to Play
Guardians of the Galaxy's Space Pirate
Days of Future Past cast wasn't the only one to make a surprise appearance. The Guardians of the Galaxy crew—now tens days into filming—showed up as well. Oh, and partway through the panel Karen Gillan removed a wig and revealed she's shaved her head to play space pirate Nebula.
(pics from Walt Disney's Studio Publicity, by by Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage)
Peter Dinklage's Character in
Days of Future Past Confirmed
Speaking of the
Days of Future Past panel: The rumor that Peter Dinklage's character in the movie is Sentinel creator Bolivar Trask has been confirmed.
Ariel to Be Part of
Once Upon a Time's World
Once Upon a Time panel gave us the heads-up on two new characters who will appear in the show's third season: the Little Mermaid will be in Storybrooke, and Tinkerbell will be, of course, in Neverland. Showrunner Adam Horowitz teased that Tink has a "surprising connection" to one of the characters whose actor was at the panel (that would be Emma, Snow, Charming, Hook, Regina, Gold, and Neal).
The Hollywood Reporter)
Once Upon a Time In Wonderland Casts Naveen Andrews
Meanwhile, at the panel for
Once spinoff Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Lost's Naveen Andrews has joined the cast as Jafar. The actor said Wonderland's version will be "radically different" from the animated movie version, which it would have to be, because why the heck would Jafar have anything to do with Wonderland?
The Hollywood Reporter)
There's Going To Be a
Phineas and Ferb/ Star Wars Crossover
Geekosystem reports that we're getting a Phineas and Ferb/ Star Wars crossover featuring "Phineas and Ferb on the planet Tatooine where they unwittingly become possessors of the plans to blow up the Death Star."
The LEGO Movie Gets Some Superheroes
Cobie Smulders is playing Wonder Woman!… in The LEGO Movie. It was also announced at the Warner Bros./Legendary panel that Channing Tatum is voice of Superman and Jonah Hill is the voice of Green Lantern.
World of Warcraft Gets a Trailer
At that same panel, Legendary revealed the trailer for director
Duncan Joness ( Moon) World of Warcraft movie. /Film has a description.
...and Nerdist Gets a Meta Nerd Movie
Nerdist is set to release RPG comedy
Zero Charisma ( trailer here).
Have Some New
Hero Complex has new pics and info on Sandman: Overture, Neil Gaiman's first new Sandman story in ten years. At his panel, Gaiman called the upcoming six-part story a "very, very strange book."
Locke and Key Illustrator Announces New Book
Locke and Key's Gabriel Rodriguez and writer Eric Shanower ( Age of Bronze) will unite for Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland, described as a "spiritual sequel to the works of Winsor McKay."
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Yesterday was Saturday, and you know what that means: A lot of major stuff went down at San Diego Comic-Con. In all likelihood you were not there. I know I wasn’t. But let’s power through our bitterness and take a look at what we missed. Need to catch up? Here are While You Were Sleeping ’13 parts
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