As you’ve probably noticed by now, I was very into Comic-Con this year. And while I was beyond excited for multiple panels, the Castle panel was my number one. I’ve been patiently waiting all weekend for someone to upload videos from the panel to YouTube, but so far it hasn’t happened. Someone who was at the panel was streaming it live from their cellphone, so I watched that video, but the quality was not ideal. I guess beggars can’t be choosers though, right?
Based on the TwitCasted video, along with various articles online, I’ve learned some interesting tidbits about what’s coming up on season four.
There’s going to be a Ghostbusters-themed Halloween episode
The second episode of the season will be super hero-themed
Detective Ryan and his fiancee, Jenny, will be getting married this season! This means a bachelor party and a fight over who will be the best man
Nathan Fillion said he’s campaigning for juicy roles for Firefly cast members to play
Since this upcoming season is Chuck’s final one, this is probably the last year the cast will be at Comic-Con together. Zachary Levi has been keeping himself busy all weekend with his Nerd HQ project, which seems to be hugely successful. All ticket sales for the panel discussions they had or are having, which includes people like Nathan Fillion, Seth Green and Jared Padalecki, go to Operation Smile. At Zac’s panel this afternoon, he said he thinks they’ve raised somewhere in the ballpark of $40,000 so far.
Chuck cast members, Mark Christopher Lawrence, Zachary Levi, Adam Baldwin and Joshua Gomez at a Nerd HQ panel
At the cast’s actual SDCC panel, Zac got a little emotional when discussing the fans who have kept their show off the chopping block for the last four years. Here’s a video of that moment:
Continue reading if you want to see some more footage from the panel.
Attention Dexter fans: The season 6 trailer has finally arrived! The cast and crew revealed this little gem at their Comic-Con panel this weekend, and it’ll have to hold us all over until the premiere on October 2.
The trailer raises several questions – for me, anyway. Is Colin Hanks’ character bad, and will Dexter have to kill him? Does Dexter have a new love interest? Does Deb find out his secret?
Here’s the trailer if you haven’t already seen it. If you can decipher anything from it, let me know in the comments!
And, if you’re interested in seeing some footage from their panel at Comic-Con, just continue reading. Mos Def (or Mos, as we’re calling him now) even makes an appearance in the crowd.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few days, you’re aware that Comic-Con is going on in San Diego right now. Since I couldn’t be there to experience the awesomeness firsthand, I’ve been keeping up with the action via Twitter, YouTube, Entertainment Weekly and The Hollywood Reporter.
True Blood’s panel was one of the many I was excited for. They released a new trailer for what’s coming up on the rest of season 4 and it did not disappoint. Here it is, if you haven’t seen it yet:
Continue reading if you’re interested in seeing videos of the entire panel (note: I do not own the videos).