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Warner Bros TV Does Comic-Con 2011: Videos From Their Biggest Shows (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Jul 21st 2011 4:00PM
Comic-Con 2011 is upon us!

Fans of TV, movies, comics and all things geek are flocking to San Diego to watch advance screenings, take in panel discussions and meet the stars of their favorite shows. Those of us who can't be there will have to follow all the fun on our computers, via clips and on-the-scene reporting, which AOL TV will have plenty of thanks to Mo Ryan and Laura Prudom.

(Follow Mo (@moryan) and Laura (@LauinLA) on Twitter for the most up-to-date news.)

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In addition to our original reporting, we've got some cool videos courtesy of Warner Bros. There's a montage from Comic-Con Preview Night, featuring clips and fan reaction to the studio's new shows 'Person of Interest,' 'Alcatraz,' 'The Secret Circle' and 'Supernatural' anime.

There's also a behind-the-scenes look at how Warner Bros. constructs their Comic-Con booth from the ground up, which this year features the Tweetie car and some faux fire.

We'll be updating this video playlist throughout the weekend with interviews with the casts of 'Fringe,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Chuck,' 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'Thundercats,' 'True Blood,' 'Shameless,' 'Childrens Hospital,' 'Nikita' and so many more. Bookmark this page and keep coming back to see Comic-Con footage on your favorite shows.

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'The Walking Dead' Season 2 First Look: One Dead Traffic Jam (EXCLUSIVE)

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 21st 2011 1:30PM
The Walking Dead Season 2As if our nerd sensors weren't already on overload with all the Comic-Con goodness, the good people at AMC sent us over this very tantalizing first look at 'The Walking Dead' Season 2.

In the new picture, Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) and Andrea (Laurie Holden) look a little worried ... and bloody as they're making their way through one very dead traffic jam.

Check out a bigger version of the picture and AMC's first footage below.

'The Walking Dead' Season 2 returns to AMC this October.

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EXCLUSIVE Preview of 'Green Lantern: The Animated Series' Sizzle Reel (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jul 21st 2011 8:00AM
What's that, comic book fans? You were expecting a little more from that Ryan Reynolds-helmed 'Green Lantern' movie? Perhaps a little animation might do the trick.

Warner Bros. Animation is bringing the Green Lantern to TV in an all-new CG animated action series for Cartoon Network, 'Green Lantern: The Animated Series,' coming in 2012. Yes, we know that's a very long time to wait to see Hal Jordan, Kilowog, Salaak and crew fighting off Red Lantern Corps invasions on the Guardian Frontier. That's why we've got an exclusive sneak peek, featuring those fan-favorite characters and more, just for you.

Before the sizzle reel for this latest incarnation of the DC Comics superhero is unveiled at Comic-Con on Friday, check out a preview of it right here.

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EXCLUSIVE First Look at Adult Swim's 'Black Dynamite' (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jul 20th 2011 8:00PM
Where are all the badass, chocolate-skinned, foul-mouthed crime fighters when you need 'em? Well all you suckers gather round, because we've got the exclusive first look at Adult Swim's much-anticipated new blaxploitation animated TV series, 'Black Dynamite' (premiering spring 2012), right here.

Black Dynamite
There's been a lot of buzz about the new 'toon -- based on the 2009 movie about an African-American action star in the '70s -- and Adult Swim will show a little sneak this Friday at Comic-Con. But before they premiere the full 11-minute pilot on Mon., Aug. 8 at AdultSwim.com, we've got the exclusive sneak peek at the first preview of the show.

The series follows Black Dynamite, an ex-CIA agent and certified ladies man avenging his brother's death by battling it out week to week with kung fu masters, drug-dealing pimps and his nemesis, The Man.

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'Chuck' Star Zachary Levi Talks Nerd HQ: A More Intimate Alternative to Comic-Con

by Laura Prudom, posted Jul 20th 2011 6:40PM
Zachary Levi sporting Nerd Machine apparelStarting today, thousands of fans, celebrities, industry executives and journalists will make the annual pilgrimage to San Diego for Comic-Con International, a five-day festival of all that is geeky and fantastical.

For some, it's a chance to meet their favorite TV and movie stars, for others, it's to test out the latest video games, while plenty go just to get their hands on the newest comics, merchandise and free swag from studios. What they'd all likely agree on, though, is that with over 120,000 attendees, Comic-Con can be more than a little overwhelming.

Enter Zachary Levi, star of NBC's 'Chuck' and holder of some indisputable geek credibility. Levi is right alongside Nathan Fillion and Joss Whedon in terms of commanding a loyal nerd army, eager to follow him from project to project. Having experienced Comic-Con as both an entertainer and a fan, Levi found himself wondering if he could do something to improve the San Diego experience for the people it was supposedly designed for -- to allow fans and the people that they're fans of to interact in a more intimate, low-key setting, while still enjoying the same mecca of merchandise, video games and comic books they've come to know and love from Comic-Con.

Thus, the Nerd HQ was born -- viva la Nerdolution!

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Comic-Con Plans for 'Supernatural,' 'Fringe,' 'True Blood' and 'Chuck' Announced

by Maureen Ryan, posted Jun 21st 2011 3:15PM
The Winchesters have hit the big time.

Warner Bros. TV, the studio that makes the CW show, announced that 'Supernatural' would make its first-ever appearance in Hall H, San Diego Comic-Con's biggest venue, on July 24.

This year Comic-Con takes place from July 21-24, and dozens of shows from many networks will have panels at the annual nerdfest. 'Chuck' will occupy its usual Saturday morning slot in Ballroom 20, which will also host appearances from the casts and creators of 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'Fringe' and 'Alcatraz,' the new Fox series co-created by 'Lost' veterans J.J. Abrams and Elizabeth Sarnoff.

For more details on various shows going to Comic-Con -- including 'True Blood, 'Game of Thrones' and 'Mythbusters' -- read on.

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The Show Girl Does Comic-Con: Dream Guest Stars, Twitter & More (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jul 28th 2010 9:00AM
Elizabeth Mitchell at Comic-Con I survived Comic-Con 2010, and I've got an amazing arsenal of TV star interviews to prove it.

We stuck to the important stuff: What's happening next on your favorite shows, who would the stars themselves love to have guest star and -- since it was the most tweeted about geek event of the year -- what they think about Twitter.

So which fellow 'Lost' alum would Elizabeth Mitchell love to have on 'V'? How did an alien lizard queen turn the sky red? Which former 'ER' star is begging to work with George Clooney again? And why are zombies so darn awesome? Take a look for some of my favorite moments from the Con.

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Joshua Jackson Debuts Pacey-Con (VIDEO)

by Chris Jordan, posted Jul 27th 2010 5:12PM
Who said Pacey Witter would never amount to anything? A convention -- called Pacey-Con -- was held for the 'Dawson's Creek' character and thousands attended.

Okay, that's not exactly right. Actor Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey and currently stars on Fox's 'Fringe,' crashed Comic-Con with Pacey-Con T-shirts, posters and a video camera and pretended he was at Pacey-Con -- the convention for all things Pacey Witter and 'Dawson's Creek' -- for Funny or Die.

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Comic-Con TV Highlights: Interviews with the Stars of Your Favorite Shows (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jul 26th 2010 11:00PM
Nathan Fillion at Comic-Con 2010Comic-Con in San Diego was a whirlwind for TV fans, with panels from favorite returning shows like 'Castle,' 'V,' 'Dexter,' 'Eureka' and 'MythBusters,' to new buzzed-about zombie series 'The Walking Dead,' mysterious shows like 'The Event' and TV's newest unlikely superheroes from 'No Ordinary Family.'

I was there for it all, and I've got the highlights from the press rooms, where the stars were still basking in the instant gratification from fans. So what's it like being at the Con? Some say it's 'Inception'-like, while others seem afraid to even walk the floor. Then there are the diehards -- Frank Darabont, Nathan Fillion and Elizabeth Mitchell could all be called Comic-Con royalty -- who just can't get enough.

See it all right here, then read the rest of our panel and press room coverage. And here's a very special Comic-Con episode of The Show Girl where I have more highlights, including scoop on upcoming episodes, dream guest stars and tons of Twitter talk.

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Britney, Madonna and 'Rocky Horror'? Comic-Con 'Glee' Panel Highlights

by Laura Prudom, posted Jul 26th 2010 9:00AM

Although Sunday's 'Glee' panel was lacking in the star power of Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Jane Lynch, some of their super-talented co-stars were more than happy to entertain the crowd in Ballroom 20, spilling a few spoilers for the upcoming season 2 and sharing their thoughts on the series so far.

A bullet-point recap of some of the panel highlights follows after the jump. Beware of spoilers!

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'Supernatural' at Comic-Con: Monsters, Anime and Shooting Stuff in the Face

by Laura Prudom, posted Jul 25th 2010 10:42PM
Supernatural Cast and Producers
Ballroom 20 was buzzing with anticipation early Sunday morning, when the cast and producers of 'Supernatural' made an eagerly-awaited appearance to answer questions about the show's sixth season at Comic-Con. Series leads Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki were joined by recurring guest stars Misha Collins and Jim Beaver, as well as creator Eric Kripke, writer-producer Ben Edlund and newly promoted showrunner Sera Gamble.

To kick things off, Ackles took to the stage to present a sneak-peek of the first five minutes of his directorial debut, episode 604, entitled 'Weekend at Bobby's'. Needless to say, the crowd went wild. We'll have an overview of the five minute preview, as well as highlights from the panel, after the jump!


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'Supernatural' at Comic-Con: Press Roundtables with Cast and Producers (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Jul 25th 2010 7:05PM
Supernatural cast - Comic Con 2010
AOL TV was lucky enough to have a prime seat in the 'Supernatural' press room at Comic-Con 2010 -- and with the inclusion of Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki on the already busy schedule, it was one of the hottest tickets in town.

After the jump, we have roundtable footage of our interviews with Ackles, Padalecki, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver, creator Eric Kripke, executive producer Ben Edlund and new showrunner Sera Gamble. Needless to say, there are season six spoilers galore!

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'Human Target' at Comic Con: Make Way for the Ladies -- and William Shatner?

by Michael Maloney, posted Jul 25th 2010 1:50PM
human_target_fox'Human Target' is back for a second season. It has a new executive producer Matthew Miller ('Chuck'), who told thousands of fans at Comic Con on Saturday that he's bringing some ladies into Christopher Chance's life.

Indira Varma ('Rome') becomes not only Chance's new client but also his new boss. "She plays a woman who's married to a 'Paul Allen' type, who dies under mysterious circumstances," previews Miller. "She decides that the team has some value and she takes it over. She becomes a female Charlie [Townsend], giving the guys access to a billionaire's toys -- her jets, cars. It'll give the show an international feel."

Miller says the team will also get a new female member, who hasn't been cast yet. "She's a little younger [than Varma's character], 22 years old. She's a thief with a background more similar to Chance and Guerrero's.

"Guys just love to have a woman tell them what to do," chuckles series regular Chi McBride (Winston.) "It'll set up great tension and comedy. Indira isn't bad to look at [either]!"

Fans asked if Mark Valley's real-life military training helps him play Chance. "We had some training when I was a freshman at West Point," he recalls. "We fought with these sticks. I really hit a guy [with mine] and he got angry and beat me up."

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'Nikita' Secrets Revealed at Pilot Screening at Comic Con

by Michael Maloney, posted Jul 25th 2010 1:00PM
maggie_q_nikitaComic Con devoted three huge rooms for a screening and Q&A session on Saturday for 'Nikita.' The TV series extends the legacy of the famous spy that's been played in previous incarnations by Anne Parillaud, Bridget Fonda and Peta Wilson.

Maggie Q takes on the role in this version, which debuts Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 9PM ET on The CW. The cast also includes Shane West, Lyndsy Fonseca and Melinda Clarke.

The pilot sets up some of Nikita's backstory, her relationships with her former bosses/co-workers in the spy biz and how Fonesca's Alex is recruited to become the next Nikita.

While viewers will learn that Nikita had a relationship with West's Michael, a new dude will enter her life as the series continues.

"It was important for us to come up with a fresh take [on Nikita] that isn't just a rehash," explained Craig Silverstein to Con attendees. "There's now two of them [Nikita and Alex.] You don't know how it's going to end. We're going to be telling the story of how Alex and Nikita got together."

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NBC's 'The Event' Gets Huge Buzz at Comic Con

by Michael Maloney, posted Jul 25th 2010 11:25AM
jason_ritter_The_event_nbc'The Event' deals with a young man -- Jason Ritter -- who's thrust into the middle of mystical game of espionage as he tries to find his missing girlfriend.

Most of the panel for the NBC series that's best described as part 'Lost' and part '24' was taken up by the screening of the show's pilot. Fans had only about 15 minutes for a moderator-conducted Q&A with the ensemble show's cast, which is headlined by Jason Ritter, Blair Underwood and Laura Innes.

But the good news is that If the crowd reaction was any indication, THIS is the must-see series of the fall. If you're still going through Jack Bauer and Jack Shephard withdrawal, trust us -- Ritter's Sean Walker is your new hero.

Each act break ended on a compelling cliffhanger, the biggest one was saved for the end of the show. Kudos to producers for informing viewers as to when a scene was set by starting each one off with "eight days ago" or "13 hours ago." It would be nice if 'Lost' had done that all shows with big casts and lots of flashbacks would do that.

Creator Nick Wauters explained that there are definitely elements of "mystery, sci-fi, thrillers, and a love story" to 'The Event.' "We wanted to create something that' has a little bit of something for everyone."

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