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Comic-Con 2011 Friday Programming Schedule

by Dan Koelsch

Every year Comic-Con International releases each day’s schedule of their San Diego Comic-Con two weeks ahead of time. Yesterday we found out what presentations to expect on the first day of this year’s Comic-Con, and today we learn what is in store for Friday. Some of the highlights are listed after the break, including a certain webslinger.

Sony Pictures looks to make the biggest splash at the convention’s biggest presentation room, Hall H. The studio is bringing talent and hopefully footage for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, 30 Minutes or Less, Total Recall, and of course The Amazing Spider-Man. We will also get a first look at Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tin-Tin, apparently Paramount’s only film at the con. Other Hall H presentations include Relativity (Raven & Haywire), Legendary Pictures (Pacific Rim, Seventh Son, Paradise Lost, & Mass Effect), Screen Gems (Underworld 4), and Dreamworks (Fright Night).

When you consider that all of Legendary’s projects are still in pre-production, this list is pretty underwhelming for a Friday in Hall H. Comic-Con is also trying a new feature in Hall H called “At the Drive-In”, which they give “some up and coming genre filmmakers an evening berth to preview their upcoming films.” It’s an interesting concept to replace their block of trailers, and I’ll definitely stay for it.

Below are some of the other movie and television presentation panels that interested me:

  • Star Trek: The Captains— William Shatner
    Locke & Key FOX Pilot Screening (Two different times!)
    Locke & Key Panel
    Entertainment Weekly Presents…Totally LOST: One Year Late
    AMC’s The Walking Dead
    The Science of Zombies: How Possible Is a Zombie Virus?
    World Premiere: Batman: Year One


  • Of course, there are a lot more presentations that may interest you, so check out the full Friday schedule and let us know what catches your eye!



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