Complete Comic-Con 2015 Movie Panels Schedule

Day 2: Friday Comic-Con 2015 Movie Panels

10:00am – 11:00am Comic-Con Film School 102: Production – Day 2 of this four-day course on microbudget moviemaking focuses on the specifics of production, from shooting techniques to lighting on the cheap, crew positions you need (and don’t need), and costuming, props, and set decorating for as little money as possible. Panelists include Valerie Perez (producer/star of the Paula Peril series), Vera Vanguard (producer of The Building of Good and Evil), Nick Murphy (writer/director ofPizza and Bullets), Jack Conway (producer of Machinima ETC), and Sean Rourke (writer of Ballistica). Grand Ballroom D, Manchester Grand Hyatt

10:30am – 11:30am Comics Arts Conference #5: The Comic Book Film Adaptation: Exploring Modern Hollywood’s Leading Genre – A panel of industry experts will unmask the golden age of comic book filmmaking. Since the success of X-Men in the summer of 2000, filmgoers and comic fans have enjoyed an unprecedented number of comic book film adaptations. Drawing on the first book-length study of this frenzied period of production, The Comic Book Film Adaptation: Exploring Modern Hollywood’s Leading Genre by Liam Burke (Swinburne University of Technology), this panel uncovers why, after more than a century of coexistence, comics and cinema have recently become so entwined. After considering the cause, the panel will then examine the effect of this trend. Topics will include how the language of comics has influenced the aesthetics of mainstream cinema, and the ways in which comic book fans, empowered by the web, facilitated the emergence of more faithful adaptations. Panel participants include Eisner Award-winning creator Mark Waid (Kingdom Come), Marvel Comics senior vice president of publishing Tom Brevoort, executive producer of the modern Batman films Michael Uslan (Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice), and writerJoe Kelly (Superman vs. The Elite), who adapted his own comic into an animated film. Chaired and presented by Liam Burke. Room 26AB

10:30am – 11:30am Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Worlds of Adventure – Jim Sullos (president, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.), Mike Richardson (president and founder of Dark Horse Comics/producer of Warner Bros.’ Tarzan), Anna Kislevitz (head of licensing and merchandising at 41 Entertainment, producer of Tarzan and Jane), Diana Leto (The Cave Girl), and Scott Tracy Griffin (Tarzan: The Centennial Celebration) discuss upcoming releases featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs’s famous literary heroes, including Warner Bros.’ big-screen Tarzan feature (2016), the animated Netflix Original Series Tarzan and Jane, and comics, novels, role-playing games, and more based on Tarzan of the Apes, John Carter of Mars, Carson of Venus, The Land That Time Forgot, and fan-favorite Woola. Room 8

10:30am – 12:15pm Friday Playback Room Block #1 – The Playback Room will be showing the following panel presentations from either or both Hall H and Ballroom 20: Inside The Big Bang Theory Writers’ Room, and Falling Skies: The Final Farewell. (Please note: these playbacks will include only the panel discussions. None of the film clips or footage shown at the live events will be shown here.) The Playback Room, Omni Hotel, 4th Floor Ballroom

11:00am – 12:00pm Warner Archive Collection’s Atom Ant Animation Spectacular! – Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original pint-sized powerhouse Atom Ant, along with a bevy of animation favorites from throughout the ages, including a look at the upcoming Warner Archive release of the beloved 1983 Lucasfilm animated movie, John Korty’s Twice Upon a Time. Spend an hour reminiscing over great animation with WAC Podcast hosts George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson, and DW Ferranti, as well as Twice Upon a Time animator Brian Narelle (Dark Star’s Lt. Doolittle) and animation historian and Comic-Con special guest Jerry Beck, along with a few special guests. Moderator Gary Miereanu might even have a few WAC Blu-rays and DVDs for lucky audience members. Room 25ABC

11:30am – 12:30pm Masters of the Web: The World of Movie Talk Online – Some of the top voices in the online film world discuss and speculate on the current and future trends in movies and the online film community. Panelists include John Campea (AMC Movie Talk), Jeremy Jahns (YouTube film critic), Andy Signore (Honest Trailers, ScreenJunkies Movie Fights), Grae Drake (senior editor of Rotten Tomatoes), Jon Schnepp (AMC Heroes), Kristian Harloff (Schmoes, AMC Jedi Council), Mark Ellis (Schmoes, AMC Movie Talk) and a special celebrity guest. Room 5AB

1:00pm – 2:00pm From Novel to Comic to Film: Turning Books into Other Forms of Pop Culture – New York Times bestselling author Hugh Howey sits down with his literary agent Kristin Nelson, John Nee (co-CEO of Cryptozoic Entertainment and book packager), Paul Morrissey (Eisner-nominated editor, Jet City Comics), Jimmy Palmiotti (writer and owner of paperfilms), Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy), and Gary Whitta (Book of Eli) to discuss how popular novels are turned into comic adaptations and feature films. Get the behind-the-scenes and nitty gritty, from selling options to major film studios to working with visual artists and comic book writers in their adaptations. Hugh Howey’s novel WOOL is in development with Ridley Scott, and the comic adaptation and graphic novel are available from Jet City Comics. Gary Whitta is also adopting Howey’s novel SAND for television. Room 29AB

1:30pm – 2:30pm Disney Animators: The Power of 2D – A luminary panel of former and current Disney animators spanning from Lady and the Tramp to Moana talk about the importance of 2D animation in the history of Disney, as well as the part it plays in guiding advancement of its future. Panelists are Willie Ito (Lady and the Tramp, Inkpot Award-winning animator), Dale Baer (Robin Hood to Moana), Randy Haycock (The Lion King to Moana), Tom Sito (The Little Mermaid, author of Moving Innovation), Adam Dykstra (Tangled, Tarzan), and Mike Polvani (Hercules, 2D Animation School founder). Changes in technology, artistic expression, and the value of cooperative interplay between 2D and 3D artists to create the best animation will be discussed. There will be a Q&A moderated by Leslie Combemale (Animation expert, ArtInsights Gallery). Room 24ABC

1:30pm – 2:30pm Tales of Halloween: A First Look at the Ultimate Halloween Event – Directors Neil Marchasll (Game of Thrones, The Descent), Mike Mendez (Big Ass Spider!), Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw 2/3/4), and Axelle Carolyn (Soulmate) and producers and Epic Pictures founders Patrick Ewald and Shaked Berenson (Turbo Kid, 11-11-11) join cast members Lin Shaye (Insidious 1/2/3), Greg Grunberg (Heroes/Reborn, Star Wars Episode VII), and Grace Phipps (FrightNight) to discuss the making and collaborative process of the most ambitious horror anthology to date. See the Tales of Halloween trailer debut, followed by a Q&A session moderated by cast member Adam Green (Frozen, Hatchet). Horton Grand Theatre

2:00pm – 3:00pm ILM 40th Anniversary – For forty years, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) has set the standard for visual effects, creating some of the most memorable images in the history of modern cinema. From advances in the photo chemical process, optical compositing, motion control, and models and miniatures to the company’s pioneering efforts in computer graphics, digital compositing, film scanning and recording, morphing, digital environments, performance capture, character animation, and modern digital pipelines, ILM continues to break new ground in visual effects for film, television, themed attractions, and new forms of entertainment. The presenters will discuss the company’s work from its earliest days and breakthroughs along the way. Room 7AB

3:00pm – 4:00pm How Comic Books Took Over Hollywood – Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief Axel Alonso, Fanboys director Kyle Newman, Batman: The Animated Series writer/producer Paul Dini, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars voice actress Ashley Eckstein discuss why Hollywood “gets” comic book storytelling now when for decades it didn’t. Panelists will participate in a Q&A session moderated by Christian Blauvelt (Deputy Culture Editor, BBC online). Room 25ABC

3:30pm – 4:30pm You Do What!? Women Working in Film Production – Cat Paschen (SFX makeup artist), Alicia Minette (metalsmith), Tamiko Brownlee (stunt performer), Lauren Haroutunian (cinematographer), Katrina Sainz (art director), and Lauren Hadaway (sound editor) discuss breaking into the traditionally male dominated fields of film production. Entertainment publicist Brittany Sandler will moderate the Q&A session. Room 26AB

4:00pm – 5:00pm Bill Plympton – Two-time Oscar-nominated director Bill Plympton (Cheatin’, Idiots and Angels) and writer/animator Jim Lujan discuss their upcoming animated feature, Revengeance, as a work in progress. They’ll screen clips from this comic look at L.A.’s underworld scene and talk about funding the film via Kickstarter, collaborating, and possible distribution strategies. Also, Bill will screen some of his recent shorts and discuss making and promoting his films in the new digital marketplace. Plus everyone who attends will get a free Plympton drawing. Room 23ABC

4:15pm – 5:15pm DC Entertainment: From Page to Screen – Never before has DC Entertainment been more popular in TV, video games, home videos, and movie theaters. And with an impressive film slate and countless shows in series and production, it has never been a better time to be a DC fan! Join the people behind the scenes who translate the page to the screen on this panel that shows your favorite stories and characters coming to life. Room 6DE

4:15pm – 5:15pm Stunt People of Your Favorite Movies a.k.a. Getting Beat Up For A Living – Stuntmen and stunt actors from some of your favorite movies and TV shows like The Scorpion King, 300, Iron Man 2, Black Sails, and Jurassic World discuss their experiences in the life of a stuntman or stunt actor. Hear wild anecdotes and valuable insights about joining the Stunt industry. Moderated by Eric Cajiuat. Grand Ballroom D, Manchester Grand Hyatt

4:30pm – 5:30pm The Synergy of Film and Video Games Collide – The film and video game industries collide when it comes to battling it out for the top spot in consumers’ choice of entertainment. However, just where and how do these two genres intertwine and how will this synergy impact the future for these two industries? After all, today you’d be hard pressed not to find a video game without cinematics and incredibly filmic cut scenes, and films are drawing from games in similar ways. Genese Davis (The Holder’s Dominion, MMORPG), Sebastian Strzalkowski (art director, Daybreak Games), Eric Kieron Davis (senior producer, film, cinematics, video games), Cody Vaughan (actor, producer), Osokwe Vasquez (director, producer), and surprise guest speakers discuss this pivotal topic. Room 8

5:00pm –6:00pm ASIFA: Hollywood The State of the Industry – What do the pros think of the animation scene today? Is 2D dead? What’s happening in VFX? How do I get a job? Join Tom Sito (Beauty & the Beast), Beth Sleven (Wallykazam), Musa Booker (Robot Chicken), Zahra Dowlatabadi (Bobbie Page), Rick Farmiloe (Boxtrolls), Jim Hillin (Spiderman), and Einar Baldvin (Pride of Strathmoor) for the discussion. Room 28DE

5:00pm – 6:00pm More Greatest Movies Never Made: The Sequel – Take another look back at some of the greatest genre projects that never made it to the silver and small screens, from Philip Kaufman’s Star Trek: Planet of Titans (the original ’70s Star Trek reboot that was never made) and Rick Berman’s Star Trek: The Beginning to David Lynch’s Ronnie Rocket and One Saliva Bubble and Alejandro Jodorowsky’s mind-blowing adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune. Panelists include filmmakers Steve Scarlata (producer,Jodorowksy’s Dune), Ashley E. Miller (writer, Thor, X-Men: First Class), Charles de Lauzirika (Crave, Blade Runner Blu-ray, Twin Peaks Runner Blu-ray), Steve Melching (writer, The Clone Wars, Batman: The Brave & The Bold), Edward Gross (The 50 Year Mission), Thomas P. Vitale (Planet X) and Mark A. Altman (Femme Fatales, Free Enterprise). Room 7AB

5:00pm – 6:00pm Pixies, Lovecraft, Poe, and Steampunk: An Unlikely Animation Slate – Arcana’s animation slate based on their books has begun. June 5th saw the animated feature film Pixies debut in theaters starring Christopher Plummer, Bill Paxton, and Alexa Vega. Next for Pixies is Netflix and in store at Walmart on July 14. Howard Lovecraft & The Frozen Kingdom is in production for a May 2016 delivery and an October 2016 release. In development is The Steam Engines of Oz and the Edgar Allan Poe-inspired The Hope Virus. Get a behind-the-scenes look at this unlikely animation slate. Get free comics, free plush toys, and free shirts. Cthulhu plush toys and more will be given away to those with questions. Room 23ABC

5:00pm – 6:00pm Science Fiction That Will Change Your Life – What science fiction stories from the past year made you think and entertained you? Panelists talk about the year’s smartest books, comics, movies, and TV with Gizmodo editor-in-chief Annalee Newitz and io9 editor-in-chief Charlie Jane Anders, along with authors Ernie Cline (Ready Player One, Armada), Jane Espenson (Once Upon a Time, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Javier Grillo-Marxuach (The 100, The Middleman). Room 25ABC

5:00pm – 6:00pm The Power of Superfandom – A new age has dawned! The days of geeks on the fringe are ancient history, and a new breed of enthusiast has risen to rule the pop culture kingdom: the superfan. Renowned in fandom far and wide for their authentic expertise, superfans wear their obsession excitedly on their sleeve. Their passion is their collective power, leading cultural conversations and influencing entertainment trends. For a few days at SDCC, all eyes are fixed on the stuff that superfans live and breathe: comics, movies, TV shows, and more. Panelists talk about what makes a true superfan and dissect the superfan domination of mainstream media. You might even learn how the power of the superfan can help turn your obsession into an awesome career. Moderated by Eric Moro (Wikia’s VP of Programming), panelists include superfans from Wookieepedia and the Marvel Database, Leland Chee (Lucasfilm Story Group), Gary Whitta (screenwriter, Star Wars: Rogue One), Chris Wyatt (Marvel Animation), Kevin Burke (Marvel Animation) and Scott Allie (editor in chief, Dark Horse Comics). Room 14A

Star Wars the Force Awakens Comic-Con 2015 Movie Panel

5:30pm – 6:30pm Lucasfilm – Lucasfilm president and producer Kathleen Kennedy, director J.J. Abrams, writer Lawrence Kasdan, and special guests provide a special look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Hall H

5:45pm – 9:00pm Friday Playback Room Block #4 – The Playback Room will be showing the following panel presentations from either or both Hall H and Ballroom 20: The Originals Special Video Presentation and Q&A, iZombie Special Video Presentation and Q&A, Entertainment Weekly: Brave New Warriors and Lucasfilm. (Please note: these playbacks will include only the panel discussions. None of the film clips or footage shown at the live events will be shown here.) The Playback Room, Omni Hotel, 4th Floor Ballroom

6:00pm – 7:00pm The Future of Mexican Animation in the U.S. – This panel, moderated by Edward James Olmos, features filmmakers Ricardo Arnaiz and Mike Kunkel, as well as Ricardo Gomez Quinones (Kaxan), Andres Reyes Botello (Boxel), and Veronica Arceo (Nahuala Productions) who will share their experiences on producing the Mexican/American animated movie El Americano 3D and share inside information about independent distribution and their future projects. They will be joined by a group of Mexican and American producers, directors, and animators from Animex, Anima Estudios, Huevocartoon, Boxel, Imagination Films, Metacube, and Kaxan, who will also premiere their animated movies in the U.S. during 2015 and 2016. Room 29AB

6:00pm – 7:00pm The Visit – Writer/director/producer M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs, Unbreakable) and producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge and Insidious series) discuss The Visit, their upcoming thriller from Universal Pictures. Horton Grand Theatre

Ash vs Evil Dead Starz Comic-Con 2015 Movie Panel

6:00pm – 7:00pm Starz: Ash vs. Evil Dead – Original filmmakers Sam Raimi (executive producer, director, writer), Rob Tapert (executive producer), Bruce Campbell (executive producer and star of the series, Ash), Ivan Raimi (co-exeuctive producer), and Craig DiGregorio (executive producer), along with Lucy Lawless (Ruby), discuss the highly anticipated new series and what fans can expect in the premiere season. Moderated by Scott Aukerman (creator/host of Comedy Bang! Bang! and co-creator/director of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifinakis). Room 6A

6:30pm – 7:30pm Going Back in Time: A Discussion and Q&A with the Filmmakers Behind the Back to the Future Feature Documentary – Director Jason Aron, executive producer Louis Krubich, and producer Lee Leshen discuss, take questions, and show clips from their upcoming film Back in Time, the feature-length documentary that shows the films’ influence on the public 30 years later. Dean Cundey (legendary cinematographer for all three Back to the Future films, in addition to iconic movies such as Hook, Jurassic Park and many more), will join the discussion and be available for questions during the Q&A. Room 24ABC

6:30pm – 7:30pm Reinventing Horror for Comics and Film – For eight years, Mark L. Miller (Pirouette/Ain’t It Cool News editor) has gathered together a ghoulish ensemble of the best of the best in horror writers, artists, and filmmakers to discuss and dissect the horrors they make and what (if anything) scares them. This year, Mark gathers Ed Brisson (Sheltered/The Mantle), Matt Pizzolo (Godkiller/publisher, Black Mask Studios), and Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead (writers/directors Spring/Resolution) to talk about how to reinvent and revitalize the horror genre; pushing new limits, twisting old concepts, and crafting new terrors to keep you up at night. Room 5AB

7:00pm – 8:00pm Kung Fury: The Best Movie of All Time – The team behind viral sensation Kung Fury discuss the record-breaking and critically acclaimed journey, from Kickstarter to Cannes to Comic-Con. Director David Sandberg is joined on stage by the “True Survivor” David Hasselhoff (Hoff 9000), and cast members Jorma Taccone (Hitler), Eleni Young (Barbarianna), Leopold Nilsson (Hacker Man), Andreas Cahling (Thor), as well as Seth Grahame-Smith (producer of the upcoming feature) and moderator Drew McWeeny. Room 6BCF

7:00pm – 8:00pm Starship Smackdown: The Geekspert’s Court 007: Bond vs. Bond – For anyone whose ever been to Comic-Con, you know the singular power of the Starship Smackdown. Now from the panel of intrepid spaceshipologists comes The Geekspert’s Court, as this honorable panel of geeksperts render verdicts to determine the greatest James Bond movie of all time as they celebrate the impending eagerly anticipated arrival of Spectre. CanOctopussy triumph over Never Say Never Again? What happens when GoldenEye battles Goldfinger? And does The Man with the Golden Gun truly have a powerful weapon? Chief Justice Mark A. Altman (Agent X, DOA: Dead Or Alive) exercises jurisprudence over this bench of judges, who include Steve Melching (Star Wars Rebels), Ashley E. Miller (Thor, X-Men: First Class), Ryan Condal (Colony, Hercules), Robert Meyer Burnett (Agent Cody Banks, Free Enterprise), Marc Bernardin (Playboy), Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood), Kay Reindl (Scream, Millennium) and Edward Gross (The Fifty Year Mission). Room 7AB

7:00pm – 8:00pm The Hollywood Sci-Fi Museum and Star Trek Bridge Restoration – The Hollywood Sci-Fi Museum began by rescuing the Star Trek Enterprise TOS and TNG bridge sets and will now become the world’s first museum to feature props and costumes from films and TV shows like Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Firefly, and Doctor Who. It will also teach filmmaking, space exploration and real science through science fiction. Board members include sci-fi legends Ronald D. Moore, David Gerrold, Rick Sternbach, Andrew Probert, and Dan Madsen and NASA astronaut Cady Coleman. Temporary exhibit opening will be in Los Angeles in 2016. Room 23ABC

7:00pm – 8:00pm The Gay Agenda in Horror: Terrifying Subtext – The horror genre is based on our fears of the unknown, fear of “outsiders,” and the attraction and repulsion of giving in to transgressions and forbidden passions. These elements have also been associated with the LGBTQ community mostly in a negative sense. All the way back to horror stories of the late 1800’s, Dracula, Dorian Gray, and more, the subtext of gay and lesbian characters and themes was unspoken, hinted at, or inferred. But in the last few decades subtext has become “text.” In novels from Anne Rice and others, to films and TV shows like The Hunger, True Blood, Hellbent, and American Horror Story, the queer side of horror has come out into the light. Join Prism Comics and moderator Michael Varrati (Tales of Poe, Sins of Dracula) as they discuss the history of this popular genre from a queer perspective. Panelists will include Mark Bessenger (Bite Marks, The Last Straight Man), M.A. Fortin (The Final Girls), Andy Mangels (Nightmares on Elm Street, Childs Play, Star Trek, Star Wars Comics), Bart Mastronardi (Tales of Poe, Vindication), Joshua Miller (The Final Girls) and Mark Patton (star of Nightmare of Elm Street Part 2). Room 28DE

7:00pm – 9:00pm  World Premiere of Justice League: Gods & Monsters – Animation legend Bruce Timm returns to the popular DC Universe Original Movies with his unique new vision of a Justice League you’ve never seen before. Justice League: Gods & Monsters features a Superman born of General Zod’s blood, a Batman with a healthy dose of bat in the man, and a Wonder Woman rising from the ranks of the New Gods. This ain’t your daddy’s Justice League. They are as likely the world’s saviors as Earth’s despotic rulers. When a group of famed scientists experience untimely “accidents,” a government task force follows the trail of clues to the Justice League into a high-stakes game of intrigue, mystery, and action that asks the question: How do you serve justice to those above the law? The all-star voice cast includes Michael C. Hall (Dexter) as Batman, Benjamin Bratt (Law & Order, 24) as Superman, Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter films, Dig) as Lex Luthor, Richard Chamberlain (Dr. Kildare, The Thorn Birds) as Highfather, and Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica) as Steve Trevor. Witness the first public screening of this all-new film, then stay for an entertaining panel led by executive producer Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series); Tamara Taylor (Bones), voice of Wonder Woman; C. Thomas Howell (E.T., Southland), voice of Dr. Will Magnus; Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds), voice of Lois Lane, director Sam Liu; co-producer/screenwriter Alan Burnett; dialogue director Andrea Romano; and members of the voice cast. As is tradition, there will be special announcements, moderator Victor Lucas (Electric Playground) will present exclusive prizes for a few lucky fans, and there just might be a few potential surprises. Justice League: Gods & Monsters will be available from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital HD on July 14 and as a Blu-ray Combo Pack on July 28. Ballroom 20

7:15pm – 8:15pm Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! – Join stars Ian Ziering (Fin Shepard), Tara Reid (April Wexler), Cassie Scerbo (Nova Clarke), and David Hasselhoff (Gil Shepard), director Anthony C. Ferrante, and writer Thunder Levin for a fin-tastic behind-the-scenes journey into the global pop culture sensation, followed by a Q&A session. Room 6A

7:15pm – 9:00pm Yoga Hosers – An evening with Kevin Smith. After all the interesting and exciting movie panels are over, Hall H belongs to a middle-aged loser who dresses like a 12-year-old! Ask Kev questions about AMC’s Comic Book Men and his forthcoming Mallrats sequel Mallbrats, and see the world premiere of the trailer to his new movie, Yoga Hosers. Wrap up a busy Friday with the Clown Prince of Comic-Con! With special guests from the Yoga Hosers cast. Hall H

7:30pm – 8:30pm An Inside Look at Shout! Factory, Shout! Kids, and Scream Factory – Brian Ward (DVD producer), Melissa Boag (VP, Kids & Family), and Jeff Nelson (senior marketing director) give you an exclusive sneak peek at upcoming Blu-ray and DVD collector’s editions and make some special announcements. Moderated by Eric Goldman (executive editor at IGN).
Friday July 10, 2015 7:30pm – Room 24ABC

7:30pm – 8:30pm Your Opinion Sucks!: Rotten Tomatoes Critics vs. Fans – Face off with your favorite Rotten Tomatoes critics when they join editor-in-chief Matt Atchity and senior editor Grae Drake of Rotten Tomatoes, along with their editorial team. As Matt and Grae invite audience members to share movies and TV shows they love, hate, or love to hate, everyone in the room uses their “Personal Tomatometer Paddle” to dis/agree with the score. Room 5AB

8:30pm – 10:00pm ScreenJunkies: Honest Trailers and Movie Fights Live – An exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at Screen Junkies’ Honest Trailers, hosted by Hal Rudnick, featuring a never-before-seen trailer and Q&A with creator Andy Signore, writer Spencer Gilbert, editor Dan Murrell, and epic voice Jon Bailey. Plus a special all-star live edition of their popular debate series Movie Fights featuring Jeremy Jahns, Chris Stuckman, Nick Mundy Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis with special surprise guests! Room 5AB

9:00pm – 10:30pm Encore Screening: Justice League: Gods & Monsters – Missed it the first time? Loved it so much, you must see it again? Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is proud to offer a second helping of the all-new DC Universe Original Movie, Justice League: Gods & Monsters, which will be available on Digital HD on July 14 and as a Blu-ray Combo Pack on July 28. Ballroom 20

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