Comic-Con 2013 Photos: Non-Marvel Saturday

I have to split Saturday into 2, because there was just too much going on that day to contain into one post.

So, I’m going to essentially put half of today’s events in this post and the other half into several posts, because, frankly, they deserve their own.

First off, yes, I missed some of the Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures panel.  What I was able to get was Ben Barnes, Kit Harington, and Antje Traue talking about Seventh Son, a medieval fantasy story.

LEGO Chris Hardwick, because that is awesome.  And I’ll say this much about that LEGO movie.  It looks sooooooo cuuuuuuuute!

There were also a couple of surprise topics of the WB panel.  Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, and Bill Paxton were on hand along with director Doug Limon to talk about Edge of Tomorrow (formerly known as All You Need Is Kill).  Photobombing courtesy of Chris Hardwick and Tom Cruise.

Aside from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (which you can check out pictures of at, Lionsgate had another movie to present to Comic-Con, and that one involves the monster of Frankenstein caught in a new battle.  Aaron Eckhart, Kevin Grevioux, and Yvonne Strahovski were there to talk about the movie, I, Frankenstein.

During the 20th Century Fox panel, first thing was a little blurb on the Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, where actors Jason Clarke, Keri Russell, and Andy Serkis came out and spoke a little about the film before showing a very small teaser clip.

Then Hugh Jackman came out to talk and get people excited for The Wolverine.

After that, well…  then things really started getting crazy.  Coming up next post… Fox’s pièce de résistance of Comic-Con, and Marvel.

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