Monday, July 30, 2012
Many toy collectors with Preview Night passes presumably headed straight to the show floor to get their exclusive and limited items but there were several other attendees who have been waiting for the preview screenings since early afternoon, including Red Dot Diva and her bunch of friends.
Promptly at about 6pm, officials opened the doors for Ballroom 20 and ushered those in line inside the venue. As they were at the front of the line already, Diva's group managed to get really good seats right up front in third row, near the giant screen on stage. The ballroom quickly filled up and it was more than half full at one-point.
The announcement "Welcome to Comic-Con International!" was met by an excited round of applause. Comic-Con has officially begun!!
After a short intro by a rather cute WB representative, everyone could finally settle into their seats for the nearly 4-hour preview marathon.
Oh. Before reading on, here's the mandatory warning.
** This blog post is NOT Spoiler-Free. **
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
However, as it turned out, Red Dot Diva's San Diego Comic-Con adventure began with an unfortunate 2-hr flight delay from Newark on Tuesday 10 July. As people waited impatiently to get on board so that they could get to be where they were supposed to, Red Dot Diva silently played "Spot the Nerds"... and she was right for most of them!
When she arrived at her San Diego hotel room about 9 pm, she found that it was already cozily filled with roomies - an international group consisting of a US West Coaster, a Kiwi, a (nice) Canadian, a token US East Coaster and a diva Red Dot Islander!
After a quick dinner downstairs, it was time to wind down and get ready for SDCC Preview Night. Before that happened, Red Dot Diva took some time to sync Thursday's plans with @eserei27. Trying to decide which Comic-Con activities to participate in has always been tough, but this year, it got even tougher!
Monday, July 9, 2012
To recap, the premiere details are:
Date: 14 July 2012,Saturday
Venue: Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15, 701 5th Ave, Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego
Screening starts: 7 pm
Length: 85 min
Note: The screening will be the “R” version of the movie.
Adrian Paul, Peter Wingfield, Joe Pearson, David Abramowitz, Ann Robinson and other cast members are slated to be there at the premiere! And a short Q&A session will follow after the premiere.
There are limited seats so check out the following ways on how you can get one:
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Adrian Paul, who played the iconic character of Duncan McLeod in the 90's fantasy-adventure cult hit series “ Highlander” , still oozes exotic romanticism. And he has kept himself busy with doing several film and TV projects (“ Code Hunter” / “Tides of War” ) and is quite active in charity work.
Recently, Adrian lent his voice to "War of the Worlds: Goliath” (WoTW:G) - a 3D animation film on a Mars vs Man alien-invasion by Tripod Entertainment and creative talents from the USA - director Joe Pearson (Epoch Ink Animation), writer David Abramowitz (Highlander) and executive producer, Kevin Eastman (Heavy Metal).
To catch up with Adrian and find out more about his involvement in "WoTW:G", Red Dot Diva shot him a few digital questions:
Friday, July 6, 2012
It was *the* schedule that SDCC attendees and fellow Nerds/ Nerdettes were eagerly looking out for!
After SDCC released their official schedules last week, Red Dot Diva and her friends were going crazy, and on edge waiting for more Nerd HQ information. Red Dot Diva's hair was all ready to fall out in agonized anticipation!
Finally, about a day ago, the Nerd Machine (founded by "Chuck" star Zachary Levi and his good friend Dave Coleman) released a sneak preview of what Nerd HQ's Conversations for a Cause panels are being slated for this year's NerdHQ.