Comic-Con 2013

San Diego Comic-Con International

San Diego’s Comic-Con is the place to be for every nerd, geek and/or fan-girl/boy out there. This year was just as exciting as the previous ones, offering lectures, contests, introducing new shows and presenting exclusive footage of well-beloved shows and movies. It is impossible to cover everything that has been going on in San Diego the past weekend, but I want to highlight my personal favorite part.

Of course, there were presentations and some sneek peaks and trailers for almost everything, ranging from The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Teen Wolf, Being Human, True Blood, Star-Crossed, Arrow, Intelligence, Sherlock, Hannibal, Divergent, Catching Fire, Thor 2, The Amazing Spider Man 2 and many more. Also, panels for the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who or Game of Thrones were held, but I can’t help but be excited about the Q&A and first look at the Veronica Mars film. I am not trying to say that that was the greatest thing that happened all weekend long, but I’ve been waiting for a sequel of this story for years.

For those of you who don’t know Veronica Mars, it was a TV show a couple of years back starring Kristen Bell, PercyDaggs III, Teddy Dunn, Jason Dohring, Francis Capra, Enrico Colantoni, Ryan Hansen, Kyle Gallner and Amanda Seyfried.  Basically, it was sort of a more messed up version of Nancy Drew, with Veronica (Kristen Bell) being the teen detective in her town. The show has ended pretty abruptly, but to everyone’s surprise Kristen Bell started a crowd-funding project to make a movie following the show. I absolutely cannot wait to finally watch it and think it is amazing that it was almost entirely funded by fans (they had 2 million Dollars in about 10 days!).


Here the footage they showed:


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