07 July 2011 2505 Views

Comic-Con 2011 Thursday Programming Schedule Revealed

by Dan Koelsch

San Diego Comic-Con 2011, the mecca of all things geek, is just two weeks away, and the first full day of presentation panels has been announced. The showroom floor map and list of exhibitors have already been revealed, as have a few of the studios’ general plans, including Warner Bros. TV and Legendary Pictures. Get the details on Thursday’s big panels after the break.


Thursday is usually a packed day at Comic-Con, but with many film studios taking the year off, this year is a bit thin. Hall H is where the big Hollywood presentations go, and it starts off with a bang with The Twilight Series: Breaking Dawn Part 1. Later in the day, 20th Century Fox presents some of its upcoming films, including Rise of the Planet of the Apes. The final panel has an interview with Jon Favreau and Guillermo Del Toro about the “Future of Pop Culture”. There are plenty of presentations for television shows and smaller films on Thursday, so check out the full schedule (which includes Preview Night) for details. Let us know which panel you are interested in most in the comments below.

Our live coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2011 starts from Preview Night on Wednesday, July 20th to Sunday, July 24th. You can follow all of our coverage of this year’s convention here.



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