Posted on Friday, July 30th, 2010 by Adam Quigley
Cut to nearly a week later, and those expectations have been fully elucidated (see: The Best and Worst of Comic-Con ’10). But for those that haven’t been checking back to the site day to day, hour to hour, there’s a good chance you may have missed an article or two. Not a problem; with this helpful guide, you can quickly access any Comic-Con related post we’ve put up over the past week.
Video Blogs and Footage Descriptions/Reactions
The Slashfilm gang sees Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, and loves it.
Peter, Russ, Devindra and Adam recorded a video blog to discuss their thoughts on the panels for Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, Cowboys and Aliens and Paul.
Peter broke down what we learned about Captain America: The First Avenger, and shed light on early footage from it.
Adam dug the clips that were shown from Cowboys and Aliens, and explains them in detail. Plus, a new photo from the film.
Devindra describes the footage from Paul, directed by Superbad‘s Greg Mottola and written by and starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
Adam talked about the footage from Battle: Los Angeles, and Peter joined him for a video blog.
Russ detailed and shared his thoughts on new footage from Let Me In, and Peter, Devindra and Adam—along with Dan Trachtenberg from the Totally Rad Show and Andy Sorcini of The Drill Down—recorded a video blog about it. Watch the new trailer.
Adam wasn’t impressed by the new trailer for The Green Hornet, and elaborates on “Kato Vision”.
Russ was taken with the teaser trailer and footage from the Guillermo del Toro-produced Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.
Adam discovers the unknown, epic-scale indie sci-fi Skyline, and outlines the footage.
Russ liked what he saw from the panel for the David Fincher-produced The Goon, and learned some interesting info about the project.
Devindra wasn’t a fan of the footage from the Steven Spielberg-produced TV series Falling Skies.
Peter interviews Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski.
Peter interviews Tron: Legacy producer/Disney President of Production Sean Bailey.
Sean Bailey explains: David Fincher believes 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will be his Empire Strikes Back.
Joss Whedon talks about casting Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner in The Avengers.
Watch the full Tron: Legacy press conference.
Cast/Crew Panel Discussions
Watch Ryan Reynolds recite The Green Lantern‘s oath.
Watch Kevin Smith at his annual Comic-Con Q&A.
Watch The Joss Whedon Experience, featuring, of course, Avengers‘ director Joss Whedon.
Guillermo del Toro talks about making a new version of The Haunted Mansion. New logo revealed.
JJ Abrams talks about the genesis of Super 8.
Read what the cast and crew had to say during the Tron: Legacy panel.
Check out the panel discussion for Battle: Los Angeles.
Russ relayed what Stallone and company talked about during The Expendables panel.
Guillermo del Toro is producing and co-writing a new version of The Haunted Mansion.
Guillermo del Toro’s next film will be a horror movie, and is planning a horror anthology TV series.
Joss Whedon finally/officially announced himself as the director of The Avengers.
Chris Evans‘ costume and shield evolves over the course of Captain America: The First Avenger.
In & Around the Convention Center
Marvel unveiled the Infinity Gauntlet, and Adam theorized about its involvement in Thor, Captain America and The Avengers.
Warner Bros. put Abin Sur on display for their Green Lantern booth.
Peter found some character/model designs from Sucker Punch on the show floor.
Russ put together a nice gallery showing off the show floor for Comic-Con 2010.
Russ recreated The Scott Pilgrim Experience for readers at home.
Daft Punk‘s cameo in Tron: Legacy revealed through show floor figurines.
Sony launched a viral campaign for Battle: Los Angeles using posters near the convention center.
Viral marketing for Super 8 starts early… with popsicles?
Flynn’s Arcade from Tron: Legacy returned to Comic-Con, and Peter captured video of it.
Peter snapped some shots of character/model designs from WETA’s The Wind in the Willows.
Russ shared a couple of Marvel’s cool T-shirt designs for Thor and Captain America, which were being handed out to Comic-Con attendees who attended the panel.
Russ discovered viral marketing for DJ Caruso‘s I Am Number Four.
Russ wonders if the new design for Godzilla has been revealed.
Released Trailers, Posters and Photos
Comic-Con exclusive character posters for The Green Lantern.
Peter spotted a new poster for Sucker Punch on the Comic-Con show floor.
Marvel was handing out these Comic-Con posters for Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger on the show floor.
The red band Comic-Con trailer for Robert Rodriguez‘s Machete was released.
Showtime premiered the trailer for Season 5 of Dexter at Comic-Con, and now its available online.
The Comic-Con teaser for Saw 3D made its way online.
Following its Comic-Con premiere, the second trailer for Red hit the web.
Famed poster artist Drew Struzan provided Comic-Con with a cool poster for Frank Darabont‘s TV miniseries The Walking Dead.
Disney celebrated Tron: Legacy‘s Comic-Con panel with a new photo from the film.
Disney teased Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides with Jack Sparrow announcing his next adventure.
A poster for Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark was posted to promote the movie’s Comic-Con panel.
Sony released a six-minute cinematic trailer for DC Universe Online.
Playstation released the Comic-Con exclusive trailer for the Scott Pilgrim video game.
Plus, as mentioned above: a trailer for Thor; a trailer for Sucker Punch; a new trailer for Let Me In; a trailer for The Walking Dead; a new photo from Cowboys and Aliens; a trailer for Priest; a teaser trailer for Drive Angry 3D; photos from Super; a first look at Jackass 3D; a logo for The Haunted Mansion.Cool Posts From Around the Web: