San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Sunday Programs
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San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Sunday Programs

Highlights of film and television events at Comic-con 2011

The four day convention called San Diego Comic-Con International, better known as Comic-Con, comes to a close on Sunday, with its last programs, panels, movies and screenings ending at 5 PM. During the event, participants were able to see people walking around in all kinds of super-hero and sci-fi costumes. Many got autographs from their favorite stars, others wanting to break into comics were able to speak with industry peers and have their worked critiqued by professionals in the field. But most of all, people had fun with long-lasting memories.

During this series of articles I highlighted some of the more popular panels from film and television:

Wednesday / Preview Night and Thursday Programs

Friday Programs

Saturday Programs

On the last day of the convention it's common to see exhibitors offering deep discounts on their merchandise and there are fewer star-studded panels. But in many cases, Comic-Con seems to be able to reserve the best for the end of the convention.

Sunday Programs (July 24th)

  • Hall H (10:00 AM to 11:00 AM) Glee. Creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy, creator/executive producer Brad Falchuk, and stars of Glee present a sneak peek at Glee The 3D Concert Movie featuring never-before-seen footage, behind-the-scenes secrets, as well as a questions & answers session with the audience.
  • Hall H (12:30 PM to 1:30 PM) BBC America's Doctor Who. A panel with stars Matt Smith (The Doctor) and Karen Gillian (Amy Pond), along with writers and producers, make their first Comic-Con appearance! They're bringing exclusive new footage of the new season to be shown ahead of its late summer return on BBC America.
  • Hall H (1:45 PM to 2:45 PM) The Cleveland Show. The cast and executive producers offer sneak previews followed by a discussion with panelists Mike Henry (voice for Cleveland Brown and Ronald Tubbs), Sanaa Lathan (voice for Donna Tubbs), Kevin Michael Richardson (voice for Cleveland Brown Jr. and Lester Krinklesac), Reagan Gomez-Preston (voice for Roberta Tubbs), co-creator/executive producer Rich Appel, and producer Kara Vallow.
  • Hall H (2:45 pm to 3:30 PM) It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. The questions & answers panel for this television show consists of the cast Rob McElhenney (Mac), Glenn Howerton (Dennis Reynolds), Charlie Day (Charlie Kelly), Kaitlin Olson (Deandra “Sweet Dee” Reynolds), and Danny DeVito (Frank Reynolds).

Regardless of the day, Comic-Con will offer something for everyone. To find out more about Comic-Con and its Sunday program, please visit their website.

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Comments (3)

Nice Share! Voted

Very interesting article. Voted up

Haven't attended yet, but I did walk outside the convention center one year and got to see some of the fun costumes. Tweeted.