FlashBack Friday: SDCC 2010- Leverage Press Room

Christian’s hair was the sixth team member.

FlashBack Friday: SDCC 2010- Merlin Press Room

There be (Pen)dragons here!

FlashBack Friday: SDCC 2010- Charisma Carpenter Exclusive Interview

Join us for a look back at some memorable moments in Whedonopolis history.

How My Dollhouse Pre-Order From Comic-Con Got Cancelled

If you went to Comic-Con last July and went to the Fox booth to pre-order the Season 2 DVD of Dollhouse, and are wondering when it will arrive….there’s a likely chance it’s not coming.
I went to the Fox booth to get the Dollhouse Season 2 DVD at Comic-Con. I gave the clerk my credit card, which was accepted. I got a free lithograph of the cover of the bonus comic book, "Epitaphs", that will be part of the DVD set. I fully expected the DVD to be mailed to me when it is released October 12th.
I even got an e-mail confirming my order.
Then I learned nothing is guaranteed, except death, taxes, and orders made at Comic-Con going wrong.

SDCC 2010: Comic-Con brings down CASTLE walls!!

The Castle cast and creators journey to San Diego, and Whedonopolis gets interviews with Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Tamala Jones, Seamus Deaver, John Huertas and Molly Quinn.  Join us to find out who the divas are on-set, the strength of the Ryan-Esposito bromance, their thoughts about the Con, and the value of good writing!!!

Comic-Con Contest Winners Announced

We’ve picked the 2 winners of The Guild Season 3 DVD and the 2 winners of the Dr. Horrible Sing-Along Blog Blu-ray. Click "read more" to see if you’ve won.

 

Thanks to everyone who participated and to New Video NYC for sponsoring the contests.

SDCC 2010: True Blood

At this year’s True Blood panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, the cast that were present appeared to be a lot more comfortable on stage than last year. Besides Alan Ball and Charlaine Harris, those gathered included newcomers Joe Manganiello (Alcide Herveaux) and Denis O’Hare (the King of Mississippi– Russell Edgington), Kristin Bauer van Straten (Pam), Deborah Ann Woll (Jessica Hamby), Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette Reynolds), Sam Trammell (Sam Merlotte), Rutina Ellis (Tara Thornton), Anna Paquin (Sookie Stackhouse) and Stephen Moyer (Bill Compton). The only two missing were Ryan Kwanten (Jason Stackhouse) and Alexander Skarsgård (Eric Northman) who were away working on filming other projects. Not to disappoint the crowd, Anna and Stephen went backstage and returned with a cardboard cutout of Alexander, which they placed on an empty chair and proceeded to molest.

SDCC 2010 Press Room: Merlin

(This story is submitted by Valerie Parker and Kim Wroe)

 

This year, some of the cast and crew of the hit BBC series Merlin made their first trip across the pond to attend Comic-Con in San Diego.  Co-creators Johnny Capps and Julian Murphy were on hand, as well as stars Anthony Head and Colin Morgan.  Merlin airs here in the States on the SyFy Channel.

We got a chance to sit down with all four of them individually to fire off a slew of questions, ranging from how they deal with the success of the show having led to an enlarged fan presence at Château de Pierrefonds — which is open to the public while they film — to what they call the hardcore UK fans behind their backs (lovingly, of course!).

Click through to watch complete videos of all four interviews!

SDCC 2010: Once More With Feeling Finale Again Fills Ballroom 20

Once again, this year’s Comic-Con ended with the traditional screening of the classic Buffy The Vampire Slayer episode, "Once More With Feeling." The event filled Ballroom 20 with more than 3000 fans.

SDCC 2010: Tron: Legacy Viral Event

Tron: Legacy has been building buzz for the past couple of years.  Part of that buzz has been from presentations and viral marketing to fans at venues like Comic-Con.  Viral marketing has played a role for many genre movies of the past few years and this was no different.  Last year’s Comic-Con Tron: Legacy scavenger hunt that ended in a full replica of Flynn’s Arcade is now the stuff of legend.  At Wondercon this year, there was a fake news conference and a skydiver jumped out of a helicopter.  With those previous events in mind, there was much anticipation for what Disney had in store for us for what was likely to be the last great viral marketing event prior to the film’s release.