Phew. Okay, it’s Wednesday. I know that. I missed my Post yesterday, apologies. The past week has been insane for me. First Comic Con, and then moving back to Utah. But enough about my life. I want to show off some of the cool stuff I saw at the San Diego Comic Con.
Like most years, I spent comparatively a lot of time at the LEGO booth. I was able to go into the floor early on Thursday, and get some clear shots without the masses of crowds in the way!
Of course the very first thing I took a picture of was something Harry Potter. More specifically, the new LEGO Harry Potter video game. I was able to play around on the the game a little bit, and I LOVED it. Of course, I’m a big fan of LEGO video games in general – they’re just my type of video game. All you have to do is smash things and fight people, and you have endless lives to do it with. Fun, fun.
Bar none, one of the biggest things at the Con this year was TRON: Legacy. If you’ve never seen the original TRON (I hadn’t, until a few weeks ago) I highly suggest checking it out. Last year when they started promo-ing the twenty-years-in-the-making sequel, I didn’t really get the hype, but now I’m just as excited as anybody. Well, maybe not quite, because I haven’t been waiting for it for nearly as long, but I’m so looking forward to what they can do with the film. The first one was amazing so far as the technology of the time was considered, and the new one promises nothing less than that.
Of course, the thing I really went there for was the panels. Actually, ONE panel in specific. The WB panel. My fiancé and I stood in line for no less than FIVE HOURS in order to get a glimpse at the big hits the WB is working on at the moment. Namely: The Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, a new femme-powered Zack Snyder film called Sucker Punch featuring Emily Browning and some other fantastic ladies, and for the first time ever at Comic Con, Harry Potter.
Really, Harry Potter only brought out Tom Felton (ONLY?!!!) and showed new footage (which they asked us not to record) but I have to say from a die-hard fan’s point of view that the film looks amazing. I was nearly jumping out of my seat with excitement. And it was fun to see Tom. He is such a cutie.
One of the funnest bits of the panel was when a little boy asked Ryan Reynolds to recite the Green Lantern oath, though. This kid was such a scene stealer. Have a look:
So! That was a little taste of my Comic Con experience. I think Sucker Punch looks fantastic, too. About five girls in a mental institution, and going back and forth from the real world, where the main girl is in danger of being labotomized, to a fantasy world where the girls can (and do!) do whatever they want. It looks very, very cool. I’m extremely excited for all three films!