Day 4 of the San Diego Comic-Con typically focuses on more family-friendly fare, but this year they’ve mixed things up a bit with horror-themed panels like “The Vampire Diaries,” “Supernatural,” “The Strain,” and an “American Horror Story/Scream Queens” pairing – all in Hall H. The day will also see a few cool comic writer/artist spotlights, Diamond Select’s collectibles round-up, and some steampunk presentations plus the announcement of the winners of the 2015 Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival.
We have those highlights below plus a few other goodies for those of you who are still planning to take the kids down to the Convention Center with you to wrap things up on July 12th.
10:00am – The Vampire Diaries: Special Video Presentation and Q&A
The cast and creative team behind The Vampire Diaries return to San Diego, for the first time in Hall H, for a sizzling seventh appearance at Comic-Con. Series stars will join executive producers on stage for a video screening and Q&A session. From Bonanza Productions Inc., Outerbanks Entertainment, and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, The Vampire Diaries airs Thursdays at 8/7c on The CW, and The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Sixth Season will be released on Blu-ray combo pack, DVD, and Digital HD on September 1.
Sunday July 12, 2015 10:00am – 11:00am – Hall H
10:00am – Emily the Strange Panel Experience
Join Emily the Strange creator Rob Reger and illustrator Buzz Parker and special guest Strangers for their annual Emily the Strange Panel Experience to get the insider scoop on the final chapter of the all-ages Dark Horse comic book series Emily and the Strangers. The panel includes sneak peeks of new artwork and storylines from upcoming issues. Rob and Buzz will unveil brand new Emily the Strange works of art and discuss their creative process of collaborating together for over 13 years. As always, audience participation will be encouraged, and perhaps enforced, with plenty of rewards for being strange. Oh yeah, and some Q&A with updates on the feature film and TV development. Be there or get lost!
Sunday July 12, 2015 10:00am – 11:00am – Room 32AB
11:00am – Middle Grade Spectacular
Mysteries, magic, missions! Monsters, myths, Minecraft! It’s time for some middle grade merriment! Authors Melissa de la Cruz (The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel), D. J. MacHale (Voyagers: Project Alpha), Jonathan Maberry (Orphan Army), Sherri Smith (The Toymaker’s Apprentice), Judd Winick (Hilo Book 1: The Boy Who Crashed to Earth), and Sean Fay Wolfe (The Elementia Chronicles #1: Quest for Justice) explore the boundless world of middle grade fiction. Ages 8 and up.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:00am – 12:00pm – Room 25ABC
11:00am – Oni Press: Monster Art Battle
The classic Oni Press Monster Panel is back! Three artists go head to head on the drawing boards for the glory of the “Oni Press Prize Cup” moderated by Robin Herrera (Oni Press editor). Artists include Corin Howell (Bat-Mite, Transformers: Windblade) Gabo (The Life After), and a surprise mystery guest. Kids of all ages are welcome, and every attendee receives free comics.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:00am – 12:00pm – Room 32AB
11:00am – Spotlight on Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith discusses all things Bone, his Eisner Award-winning science fiction thriller RASL, the new series TUKI Save the Humans. Also, learn about a new citywide cartoon festival he is helping to build in Columbus, Ohio known as CXC.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:00am – 12:00pm – Room 4
11:00am – Spotlight on Lev Grossman
Get up close and personal with the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Magicians trilogy, which is currently being filmed as a TV series by Syfy. Lev Grossman will read, talk, and answer questions about any and all aspects of his work, no holds barred.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:00am – 12:00pm – Room 7AB
11:05am – Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival Awards
The films have been shown, now it’s time to award the recipients of the 2015 Comic-Con Independent Film Festival with their trophies and recognition! Comic-Con’s Adam Neese talks to this year’s trio of judges, director Dan Sachar (director of last year’s CCI:IFF Judges’ Choice award for Last of You), director/writer/actor Letia Clouston (In the Dark, AB Negative), and actor/writer/producer Orlando Jones (Sleepy Hollow, Bedazzled, MADtv) about the films and presents prizes and trophies to the winners.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:05am – 11:55am – Grand Ballroom D, Manchester Grand Hyatt
11:15am – Supernatural Special Video Presentation and Q&A
Series stars Jared Padalecki (Friday the 13th ), Jensen Ackles (My Bloody Valentine 3D), Misha Collins (Ringer), and Mark A. Sheppard (Battlestar Galactica), along with executive producer Jeremy Carver (U.S. version of Being Human) answer questions from the audience about what’s in store for the eleventh season of this exciting series. Fans will also be treated to an exclusive video presentation featuring series highlights, as well as a portion of the special features from the upcoming Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season DVD and Blu-ray release on September 8. The eleventh season of Supernatural will premiere this fall in its Wednesday time period at 9/8c on The CW. The series is produced by Kripke Enterprises Inc., in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Sunday July 12, 2015 11:15am – 12:15pm – Hall H
12:00pm – 2015: Greatest Geek Year Ever?
Could 2015 be the greatest geek year ever? This panel of geeksperts salivate with excitement and have their midichlorian count awakened with Star Wars: Episode 7, get back into Bondage for Spectre, unearth Jurassic World, and will be back for Terminator: Genisys. These special executives for coolness, titillation, retorts, and excitement join forces to ponder whether 2015 will be a new benchmark for sci-fi, fantasy, comic books, and horror, or a bust. Moderator savvy Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood) is joined by erudite Edward Gross (The 50 Year Mission), rocking Robert Meyer Burnett (Free Enterprise, The Hills Run Red), scintillating Steve Melching (Star Wars Rebels), ass-kicking Ashley E. Miller (Thor, X: Men: First Class, Power Rangers), charming Charles de Lauzirkia (Crave, Alien Anthology), mighty Marc Bernardin (Playboy) and marvelous Mark A. Altman (Free Enterprise, Agent X).
Sunday July 12, 2015 12:00pm – 1:00pm – Room 25ABC
12:00pm – An Exclusive Sneak Peek Panel for The Enchiridion and Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook Featuring The Lord of Evil and Marceline the Vampire Queen
A conversation with Martin Olson (voice actor, The Lord of Evil), Olivia Olson (voice actor, Marceline The Vampire Queen), Celeste Moreno (illustrator), Aisleen Romano (illustrator), and Eric Klopfer (senior editor, Abrams Books), about the highly anticipated book Adventure Time: The Enchiridion and Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook!!!, out this fall from Abrams Books. Attendees will have a chance to see exclusive art from the book and be among the first to witness the premiere of the terrifying book trailer. Surprises may include musical numbers and surprise guests. Audience participation is encouraged.
Sunday July 12, 2015 12:00pm – 1:00pm – Room 7AB
12:00pm – CCI-IFF Award Recipient Film Screenings
All the winning films screened at one time in one place … don’t miss the best of the 2015 CCI-IFF!
Sunday July 12, 2015 12:00pm – 3:30pm – Grand Ballroom D, Manchester Grand Hyatt
12:30pm – American Horror Story and Scream Queens
Get ready to scream! It’s a Comic-Con horror fest when members of the all-star cast of Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan’s Scream Queens (Jamie Lee Curtis, the original scream queen, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Skyler Samuels, and Keke Palmer) come face to face with the stars of Murphy and Falchuk’s American Horror Story: Freak Show and upcoming American Horror Story: Hotel (Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Matt Bomer). Moderated by Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly, this lively gathering of headliners promises laughs, scares and secrets from the sets.
Sunday July 12, 2015 12:30pm – 1:30pm – Hall H
12:30pm – Illustrators: The Hidden Gems of Film and Television
Art Directors Guild illustrators are the hidden gems of the film and television world. Their sketches, paintings, and storyboards form the foundation for all that you see on screens big and small. Whether they are alien planets or the dark alleys of Gotham, learn about the magic behind those incredible moving images. Panelists include Ed Natividad (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Transformers: Age of Extinction), Amy Lynn Umezu (Kong: Skull Island, Jurassic World), Patrick Rodriguez (The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2), and Jeffrey Errico (Terminator Genisys, NWA Straight Outta Compton). Moderated by Tim Burgard (Fantastic Four, Jurassic World).
Sunday July 12, 2015 12:30pm – 1:30pm – Room 23ABC
1:00pm – Children’s Hospital Special Video Presentation and Q&A
Adult Swim’s two-time Emmy-winning live-action comedy returns to Comic-Con for a sixth year. Creator and star Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) will be joined onstage by select cast for a lively and medically accurate Q&A. From Abominable Pictures, The Corddry Company, and Warner Bros. Television Group’s Studio 2.0.
Sunday July 12, 2015 1:00pm – 2:00pm – Room 25ABC
1:00pm – Kids Crafts: Introduction to Steampunk
Starr Wilde (owner Steampunk Fortress and artist) introduces the origins of Steampunk genre and the variety of ways that Steampunk can be expressed through art. Tim Reveles (creator of Phalanx Sanctus Creations comics and art) will show his Steampunk helmet. Ofelia de Romanus (Steampunk artist/blogger) will introduce the bracelet project. Attendees will be given a bracelet/keychain and assemble the bracelet, with the assistance from the panelists if needed.
Sunday July 12, 2015 1:00pm – 2:00pm – Room 30CDE
1:45pm – Heroes Reborn: Exclusive Extended Trailer and Q&A with Tim Kring and Cast
From Tim Kring, who imagined NBC’s original critically acclaimed Heroes series, comes Heroes Reborn, an epic 13-episode event series that chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. Watch an exclusive extended trailer. Moderated by returning cast member Greg Grunberg, participate in a Q&A session with Tim Kring and the cast, includingJack Coleman, Zachary Levi, Robbie Kay, Kiki Sukezane, Ryan Guzman, Gatlin Green, Henry Zebrowski, Judith Shekoni, Danika Yarosh, and Rya Kihlstedt. Also learn about the digital prequel series and the video and mobile games.
Sunday July 12, 2015 1:45pm – 2:45pm – Hall H
2:00pm – Raising Future Fans: Geeky Parents and Children Speak Out
If you love anime, cosplay/costuming, gaming, and mega-media geeky franchises like Disney/Harry Potter/MCU/Star Wars, then come learn about how parents have found creative ways to integrate their favorite fandoms into child-friendly fun for the whole family. Hear directly from parents and children about ways you can merge a variety of child-friendly fandoms into your household on a daily basis. Enjoy a thoughtful discussion, including Q&A time, on ways to lessen dependency on electronic devices with activities to inspire the next generation in the greater fandom community. Panelists include Tom Ammonn (anime/gaming fan and parent), David Biffith Jr. (Star Wars fan and parent/grandparent), Karen Jallion (artist and mother), Sandra Durbin (parent, costumer, sci-fi movie and book fan), and moderator Anastasia Hunter (all-around fan girl and aunt of three younglings).
Sunday July 12, 2015 2:00pm – 3:00pm – Room 14A
2:00pm – Spotlight on William Stout: From Antarctica to Zombies
Artist/writer William Stout reviews an adventure-filled life. From scaling Mount Kilimanjaro to scuba diving under the ice in Antarctica, from making movies like Conan the Barbarian, Return of the Living Dead, Masters of the Universe, and Pan’s Labyrinth to drawing “overground” comics as diverse as Tarzan of the Apes, Alien Worlds, and Little Annie Fanny and underground comix like Slow Death and Mickey at 60, come meet the only Comic-Con special guest (except for maybe Sergio Aragonés) to have journeyed to all seven continents, with a richly illustrated talk that will leave you both entertained and amazed. And yes, there will be dinosaurs.
Sunday July 12, 2015 2:00pm – 3:00pm – Room 32AB
2:45pm – Buffy Musical: Once More With Feeling & Juliet Landay Q&A
Let’s end this show with a bang! For the first time since 2008, Juliet Landau (Buffy/Angel) is attending Comic-Con just to join the fans for a quick rollicking Q&A and special announcements about her latest project, “A Place Among The Undead” with a special Comic-Con exclusive sneak peek, as well as special announcements about our own upcoming event, Whedonopolis 2016. Then Juliet will help us kick off the closing event with a bang: The powers that be behind Whendonopolis.com, FandomCharities.org and Whedonopolis 2016 present an interactive screening of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode “Once More With Feeling,” as Comic-Con’s big closing event! Many say that this is the finest, funniest, most ingenious episode ever to come out of the Buffyverse. But remember, the best part of the show is up to you! This episode was made for talkin’, back that is, and singing, shouting and dancing in the aisles, with or without your dry cleaning! Audience participation: it isn’t just for flashmobs and hipsters anymore.
Sunday July 12, 2015 2:45pm – 4:15pm – Room 6BCF
3:00pm – Diamond Select Toys Round-up
Chuck Terceira (president, Diamond Select Toys) and Jason Wires (prototype painter) discuss DST’s diverse product lines, from 7-inch Select action figures to electronic vehicles to role-play items to vinyl banks. Topics include Marvel Comics, The Walking Dead, PVZ, Jay and Silent Bob, Muppets, Ghostbusters, Gotham, DC Animated, and more. Zach Oat (marketing supervisor, DST) will moderate a Q&A, reveal new products, and award prizes.
Sunday July 12, 2015 3:00pm – 4:00pm – Room 24ABC
3:00pm – FX TV Block Featuring Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, The Strain, and a Sneak Peek of The Bastard Executioner
Kick out the jams with Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, premiering on FX on July 16 at 10 pm ET/PT. Denis Leary stars as the lead singer of a legendary ’90s band called The Heathens, who were on the brink of stardom when they broke up and now, years later, are looking to recapture some of the old glory. Creator/executive producer writer/director Denis Leary will be joined on stage by actors Elizabeth Gillies, Elaine Hendrix, Robert Kelly, and John Ales to discuss the new series and present an exclusive sneak peek of the show. Then catch The Strain, a thriller based on the best-selling vampire novel trilogy of the same title that will debut its second season on July 12 at 10 pm ET/PT. Fans will get an exclusive screening of all-new material, including two original pieces created specifically for SDCC and an insightful discussion with showrunner/executive producer Carlton Cuse, co-creator/executive producer/writer Guillermo del Toro, co-creator/executive producer/writerChuck Hogan, and actors Corey Stoll, David Bradley,Mia Maestro, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Richard Sammel, and Natalie Brown. And for an epic finale, get an exclusive world premiere first-look at Sons of Anarchy, creator Kurt Sutter’s highly anticipated new series The Bastard Executioner.
Sunday July 12, 2015 3:00pm – 4:30pm – Hall H
4:00pm – Steampunk as a Global Phenomenon
Dr. Katherine L. Morse (Dr. Sparky McTrowell), David L. Drake (Chief Inspector Erasmus Drake), and Justin Andrew Hoke (Dreadfully Punk) will take the audience on a world tour of Steampunk theme-parks, conventions, trends, regional customs, and major projects focusing outside the U.S.
Sunday July 12, 2015 4:00pm – 5:00pm – Room 29AB
James Cameron’s Terminator Reboot/Sequel Hires Screenwriter
The last word we brought you guys on producer James Cameron and Deadpool-director Tim Miller’s new Terminator film was when we let you know that Paramount had set the film’s release date for July 26, 2019.
Today we have news via The Wrap that the studio is bringing in screenwriter Billy Ray (Captain Phillips) to pen the movie’s script based on a story crafted by Cameron.
You may remember that Cameron and Miller created a writers room a while back to plan out an all-new trilogy of films, but while that writer’s room included David Goyer, Charles Eglee, and Josh Friedman, it seems like Ray will be the first film’s sole writer. For now.
Story details are, of course, being kept under wraps, but Cameron and Miller are treating the new movie as a direct sequel to Cameron’s T2: Judgment Day.
“This is a continuation of the story from ‘Terminator 1’ and ‘Terminator 2.’ And we’re pretending the other films were a bad dream,” Cameron told THR. “Or an alternate timeline, which is permissible in our multi-verse.”
We also know that Cameron plans to center the new film/trilogy around a new group of younger characters, who will eventually carry on the baton as it were.
“A lot of this is handing off the baton to a new generation of characters,” Cameron said. “We’re starting a search for an 18-something young woman to essentially be the new centerpiece of these stories. And then a number of other characters around her and characters from the future. We still fold time in the story in intriguing ways. But we have Arnold’s character and Linda’s character to anchor it.”
How excited are you for James Cameron’s new Terminator flick? Make sure to hit us up and let us know in the comments below or on social mdeia!
The new Terminator film is produced by James Cameron and will be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool). The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton.
Terminator 2.5 is expected to hit July 26, 2019.
The Strangers: Prey at Night Official Site is Live and Waiting
It was just last week that we shared the all-new trailer and poster for the upcoming sequel to writer-director Bryan Bertino’s home-invasion thriller The Strangers.
If that trailer for The Strangers: Prey at Night wasn’t interactive enough for you then you’re in luck – the film’s official site has just gone live.
The site starts off playing the film’s trailer but you can click that shite off asap and get to the other goodies.
From there the site tells you that “They’re only Strangers until you tell them your name” and then asks you for your name, your email address, and your phone number.
That’s how they get you.
Truthfully, I’m not brave enough to put my info on the site. Not that I’m scared of, you know, a knock at the door late at night or anything… Just… I don’t feel like it is all.
If you are brave enough to give the site your info, make sure to hit us up and let us know how it goes in the comments below or on social media! If you can… Moo-haha.
Visit the site HERE.
The Stranger: Prey at Night is directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down) from a script by Bryan Bertino and Ben Ketai. It stars Martin Henderson, Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, and Lewis Pullman.
The film hits March 9, 2018.
A family’s road trip takes a dangerous turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park to stay with some relatives and find it mysteriously deserted. Under the cover of darkness, three masked psychopaths pay them a visit to test the family’s every limit as they struggle to survive. Johannes Roberts directs this horror film inspired by the 2008 smash hit THE STRANGERS.
Exclusive: Patrick Brice on Creep 2
Patrick Brice blipped onto our radar a couple of years back with his audacious horror film debut, Creep. He directed the film, plus he cowrote and co-starred in it with Mark Duplass (interview) (Baghead, Manson Family Vacation). Creep introduced Aaron, an affable serial killer who lures people to his remote cabin by placing ads promising a fun filmmaking experience… while you could see where the story was going in terms of plot, what made it so striking was the way in which it was written and directed. There’s a massive amount of dread throughout.
Brice is back for Creep 2 (review), and we caught up with him to ask about it.
Dread Central: It must have been hard to try to top Creep. Or did you already have a sequel in mind?
Patrick Brice: It’s funny, but when we made the first movie, we had no idea we would eventually be making a sequel. So we didn’t necessarily set ourselves up for an easy road that way. It ended up being something we had to reverse engineer a bit. And we had actually came up with maybe three or four other ideas for Creep 2 before we landed on the one that we ended up shooting. Including a feature length screenplay that I had written but I shelved because it didn’t feel right. And so, it was a combination of things in that we didn’t want to make a sequel until we knew there was an audience for it. Once we realized the first Creep had caught on in the way it did, that was when the idea of making one did started to come up a little bit. Then it wasn’t until we landed on the idea we landed on, sort of the approach we ended up taking, that things started to feel right and it started to make sense with going forward to making one.
DC: Is you audience mainly horror fans? Because it seems serial killer stories are mainstream now, what with “Hannibal” having been on network TV and now we have “Mindhunter” on Netflix.
PB: I’d say a lot of horror fans, and, I think people with masochistic tendencies as well. I think it’s a pretty dark endeavour for an audience to be brought into with that movie. I think because of the sort of minimalist approach, when you’re watching it, especially when you’re watching it alone, it demands a different kind of attention than a normal movie. Because the Creep is only two characters, if you’re an audience member, you essentially become the third character in the movie, bearing witness to it. So I’m grateful that people are willing to engage with this type of material in that way. I’m also just surprised by it because I think it’s a challenging film on some level. I think it’s a rewarding film. And I think if you’re willing to give in to the conceit of it and willing to take the ride, it is a rewarding experience, but I also completely understand anyone who’s not willing to do that, just because it is such a specific thing. And so going into a sequel, there was a certain amount of confidence that we had associated with a lot of the decisions we were making that would have felt strange and odd with the traditional movie being make in a traditional way, but because we were doing it this way and kind of replicating at least the production style of how we made the first one, we were willing to take that leap a little bit more than we would normally do.
DC: Would you consider dropping the found footage format if you do another Creep movie?
BP: Completely. I think that down the road that would be a nice surprise and a nice way to inject sort of a new form into the story telling. One of the things that’s been fun with Creep 2 and thinking about other Creep movies is giving in to that sort of style completely and letting that be something that informs the character. A huge thing with cracking the second movie was creating the character of Sara that Desiree Akhavan (interview) plays and giving her her own specific needs and motivations for being there, which then hopefully justifies the camera being on. That is the big challenge with found footage movies. It’s something that Jason Blum says that all the time, ‘don’t make a found footage movie unless the story dictates it.’ And so we knew we wanted to do it this way and so it was really delving into character and sort of the more emotional side of things to justify that.
DC: One of the intriguing things about Aaron is that he has no backstory. But it seems eventually audiences demand origin stories and prequels. Will you reveal how Aaron got started someday?
PB: It’s something that’s emerging, having made the second one. We have him tell two long monologues. And it’s detailed, it’s very specific, it makes sense as far as the character goes, but there is still this layer of knowing that this guy is a pathological liar and none of this could be true. And so the hope with that was to have this be a story that convinces Sara, the other character in the film, that it’s true but the audience once again, existing on this other level where they know what this guy’s capable of, they also know he’s a total liar and it may or may not be real.
DC: Do you see yourself ramping up the horror if there are more Creep sequels?
PB: I still think there’s a lot of places to go in terms of the horror aspect of it. I think we only scratched the surface with the second one. I think it made sense we sort of upped the blood and gore with the second movie but also, like you said, kept things pretty much in the space of just uncomfortable tension for eighty minutes. I think that’s something that always going to be our ultimate goal with these movies and that’s sort of the trademark of these movies. What’s nice about knowing that there’s other places things can go whether it be, further into the slasher genre, further into the supernatural, we’ve got some options and we’ve left a lot of doors open in terms of having other avenues to explore.
DC: Any horror stories on the horizon apart from Creep 2?
PB: Yes, actually. I’m going to be directing a few episodes of “Room 104” on HBO and at least two of them are horror based. I’m really excited about that, because I get a chance to delve into more pure classical horror than I’ve been able to do with Creep movies.
Written by Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass with Brice directing, Creep 2 stars Duplass, who reprises his role from the first film, and Desiree Akhavan.
CREEP 2 stars Desiree Akhavan as Sara, a video artist whose primary focus is creating intimacy with lonely men. After finding an ad online for “video work,” she thinks she may have found the subject of her dreams. She drives to a remote house in the forest and meets a man claiming to be a serial killer (Mark Duplass). Unable to resist the chance to create a truly shocking piece of art, she agrees to spend the day with him. However, as the day goes on, she discovers she may have dug herself into a hole she can’t escape.
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