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SDCC 2015 – Hall H – Crimson Peak

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SDCC 2015 – Hall H – Crimson Peak

At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, attendees of the Legendary panel in Hall H were treated to visits from the cast and crew of three highly-anticipated movies, the first being Crimson Peak, the Gothic romance horror film from Guillermo del Toro, in theaters this October. Click the jump for photos and a recap of the panel!

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SDCC 2015 – Star Wars in Hall H

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SDCC 2015 – Star Wars in Hall H

We were standing in the Hall H press cage (no really, that’s what it’s called, it’s a little pen by the side of the stage, they keep us quarantined) waiting for the panel to start, and we heard the guys from TheConGuy.com say that this was going to be the biggest event in Comic-Con history.

Thinking it over, they’re right. No disrespect to any other well-loved franchise, but what else can compare to the 15 years we’ve waited for this movie? Sure we had Comic-Con announcements before the Prequels, but we knew none of the original cast would be in those films. This time is different. The footage we’ve seen gives us hope, the interviews sound promising, and we know that the three characters we know best, played by the three actors who gave them life the first time around, are going to be a part of it all.

And the panel at Hall H lived up to everything we’d hoped for.

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[SDCC 2013] The Marvel Studios in Hall H

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[SDCC 2013] The Marvel Studios in Hall H

As Saturday drew to a close at Comic Con in Hall H the moment and the panel everyone wanted and had waited hours for was about to begin. The Marvel Studios panel was about to commence. People slept over night just for a glimpse of what was to come in this, the most anticipated panel for the whole weekend. Marvels Panels in the past have had more surprise than anyone could count. And this year was going to be no different. As the lights came up and Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige took the stage with moderator, The Nerdist, Chris Hardwick all seemed normal, until the light went out, lighting stuck the stage and villainous Loki appeared to start what was to be the panel to ends all panels at comic con.

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