Sunday, July 12, 2009
Nerdvana: Day Four Schedule...
Here with the last heads-up on the coming return to Geek Mecca...
The Sunday, July 26th Schedule for Comic-Con 2009:
10:00-11:00am: "Doctor Who"
Departing star David Tennant gives a rare appearance alongside writer/executive producer Russell T Davies, director Euros Lyn, and executive producer Julie Gardner premiere exclusive clips and have a Q&A session. Ballroom 20.
Callum Blue, Allison Mack, Erica Durance, Justin Hartley and Cassidy Freeman along with the showrunners are on hand to premiere exclusive clips and talk about the upcoming ninth season. Room 6BCF.
The show runners and actors Misha Collins and Jim Beaver will present an exclusive sneak peek at footage from the fifth season premiere and give a Q&A session. Room 6BCF.
12:30-1:00pm: "Mystery Team"
The cast and crew from the anticipated indie geek comedy will show off a short film and give a Q&A. Ballroom 20.
1:00-1:30pm: "Paper Heart"
Despite professing a belief that she's incapable of love, comedian and actress Charlyne Yi finds herself falling for "Michael Cera," played by Michael Cera, in this intoxicating mix of documentary, improvisation, and romance. Charlyne Yi, producer/co-writer Nick Jasenovec, and co-star Jake Johnson will be onstage to show clips and pursue the ultimate question: Does true love really exist? Ballroom 20.
2:15-3:45pm: "Being Human" and "Torchwood"
John Barrowman, Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow, Aidan Turner along with showrunners Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner, Euros Lyn and Toby Whithouse will talk about the making of the British cult sci-fi series "Being Human" and the "Doctor Who" spin-off "Torchwood" and its recent 'Children of Earth' mini-series success.
Posted by Honor Hunter at 8:19 PM
Labels: 2009, Comic-Con, Comics, Disney Geeks, Film, Pop-Culture
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"Paper Heart" sounds like a really cool concept. I can't wait to check it out.
RTD better watch his back, alot of "Torchies" are bloody pissed at him right now.
I should probably add that I LOVED the "Torchwood: Children Of Earth" miniseries myself (even if a certain plot developnment was NOT a good idea).
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