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  Welcome back to Hall H here at Comic Con 2015! We will be here all day to provide live blogs for all eight panels here today, kicking off with arguably the biggest of them all: Warner Bros! The most anticipated movie of the panel will be Zack Synder’s Batman

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For the last two years, Comedy Central has been bringing you some of the most interesting and lesser known historical stories, and without fail, the narrators have always been, in a word, wasted. The hit show Drunk History has been entertaining audiences for two seasons now, and some of the

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  Diamond Comic Distributors and its PREVIEWSworld booth (#2401) are full steam ahead for Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC), showcasing products that attendees can enter to win, and more. Additional activities at the booth include a signing with Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard, photo opportunities with Star Wars characters, game

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Powerful, resonant, and groundbreaking, Me and Earl and The Dying Girl is a film that will charm you and stick with you in the best of ways.

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With San Diego Comic-Con just around the corner, Diamond Comic Distributor released a list of over 20 SDCC 2015 exclusives.

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Slow West, the bravura feature writing and directing debut of John Maclean (notable, at least to me, for being a founding member of The Beta Band), is the tale of a 16 year old Scottish boy travelling across the American frontier in search of the woman he loves, Rose played by

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  Love & Mercy is based on the troubled life of The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson. The film tells parallel narratives of Wilson’s life with Paul Dano (Looper, There Will Be Blood) playing the younger, 1960s era Brian Wilson and John Cusack (High Fidelity, Grosse Point Blank) playing the older, 1980s era Brian Wilson. Love &

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  Batkid Begins, a documentary directed by Dana Nachman (Witch Hunt, Love Hate Love, The Human Experiment) chronicles the story of 5 year old cancer patient Miles Scott’s wish to be Batman for a day and the unexpected outpouring of support that met that wish.  This incredibly emotional and impactful

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The second half of the Warner Brother panel brought us some clips and fun stories about another summer blockbuster: San Andreas! Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was not in attendance, but we did see Brad Payton, the director, as well as co-stars Carla Gungino and Alexandra Daddario! Below you will find

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Life In Color SXSW 2015 Interview Katharine Emmer
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Life in Color is an endearing, true-to-life story of two people stuck in a proverbial rut who come together to learn the importance of friendship and moving forward, whatever that may mean at any given moment in one’s life.  I had the opportunity to speak with Emmer at SXSW this

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SXSW Film 2015 Sandwich Nazi
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I walked in to the film, The Sandwich Nazi expecting to be entertained by what was presented as an outgoing Lebonese sandwich shop owner who would regale us with tales of his former life as a male escort.  What I came away from was something much more personal and human.

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At Wizard World Portland, LAIKA Studios, the folks behind THE BOXTROLLS, brought us an inside look into how their movies come to life.

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Jason Ritter and Simon Helberg, We'll Never Have Paris
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During SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne brought their true-life relationship misadventure to the big screen for everyone to see with We’ll Never Have Paris.  They brought a stellar cast with them to share the fantastically realistic film with festival-goers, including Maggie Grace, Melanie Lynskey and

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An intriguing teen sex metaphor highlights the unusually lyrical horror flick IT FOLLOWS, but does it deliver the goods?

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Benoit Jacquot may have made over twenty feature length films, but his new melodrama Three Hearts is mockingly inept.

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Perhaps the ultimate midnight movie, Sion Sono’s gangland epic/hip-hop musical is an outrageous, crass and anarchic attack on the senses.

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