The panel for Jonah Hex let out a short while ago, and while there wasn't a lot of new info revealed, we did see some new footage that was cut together just for the San Diego Comic-Con and learned from director Jimmy Hayward that shooting of Megan Fox's scenes wrapped just 48 hours ago.
You just never know who you're gonna run into here at the SDCC. In this case ... we ran into a small time director whom you may have heard of, Peter Jackson, and he blessed us with some insight into the genre that we all love!
Although Richard Kelly was greeted by legions of Donnie Darko fans, the main thing he was here to do at the SDCC was to showcase his new project The Box starring Cameron Diaz, Frank Langela, and James Marsden.
Just got out of the A Nightmare on Elm Street panel which featured Brad Fuller, Andrew Form, director Samuel Bayer and Freddy Krueger himself, Jackie Earle Haley. We got our first look at the new Freddy at the show via a clip but before we get to that let's talk about what was shown.
Here we are live once again at the SDCC with some quick news for you guys! First up three clips have been shown for Where the Wild Things Are.
Lionsgate had lots of Saw themed surprises in store for fans at this years SDCC -- including the official green-light being given for the seventh sequel in the franchise, along with the name of the director to undertake these gamey goings-on!!
And a late night slice of goodness rolled into our inbox tonight showcasing not one but three teaser posters for Joss Whedon's latest project ... The Cabin in the Woods.
Spending time out on the back patio at San Diego Comic-Con is surreal as Tim Burton and Sigourney Weaver walk casually by and Robert Pattinson bums a cigarette, but when you get to talk to a small group of beautiful women about horror, the day is perfect.
After a Disney feel-good movie and (if we are lucky), before the final, FINAL Final Destination, Craig Perry hopes we can all return to MOTEL HELL!!
Saw VI brings us back to Jigsaw land ... along with whom ever isn't dead yet and those unlucky enough to fall into the newest, insidious traps. Do we take off right from where the last film lets off? My Jedi mind powers fail me as Betsy Russell and Costas Mandylor were tight lipped.
When director Chris Weitz was first approached to direct New Moon, the second installment of the Twilight saga, he wasn't initially sure he was up for the job.
Warner Bros. chose to unveil the Jonah Hex one sheet at this year's Comic Con. We've got it. You know you want to see it.
While talking New Moon at this year's Comic-Con, Taylor Lautner (also known as "Team Jacob" to the entire female population) spoke a bit about working with director David Slade on the third Twilight film, Eclipse. "David was great when we first met," said Lautner. "He was telling all these ridiculous jokes and I am really looking forward to working with him on the film."
Okay, I have to apologize for all of my lame ass puns infecting the Jennifer's Body story titles. It's just so damn easy. Anyway, the Megan Fox horror flick is all over the place at Comic-Con so it's not at all unexpected to turn up another still from the flick as well as a little dialogue from one of the film's co-stars, Kyle Gallner.
While at Comic-Con, actress Kristen Stewart spoke about the transformation that her character Bella goes through in the second installment of the Twilight saga, New Moon.