As one of our commenters recently pointed out, this year's ComicCon is "going to better than ever." And, based on this newly released schedule of events, it's looking like that might just be the case. When we last brought word on the ComicCon schedule, it was still up in the air whether Indiana Jones 4 would have a presence there. Well fear not fedora fans, it looks like Indy will be there in some capacity. Apart from Indy IV, Paramount, Dreamworks and Nickelodeon will present a "one-of-a-kind presentation" that will feature films like Beowulf, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Stardust, Hot Rod, Iron Man and Star Trek XI. On hand to answer questions in person will be J.J. Abrams, Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau, Neil Gaiman, Roger Avary and SNL's Andy Samberg. Since no one from the Indy camp will be there in person (at least not according to this list), I'm curious to see what they'll be presenting. Will it be a teaser poster? More photos from the set? One thing is for sure -- Cinematical will tell you exactly what it is when we, along with tons and tons of other fanboys, invade San Diego ComicCon later this month.
But what about the other studios, Erik? Well, Lionsgate will do a special Good Luck Chuck presentation with Dane Cook, Jessica Alba, Dan Fogler and director Mark Helfrich on hand to personally guide you through their upcoming comedy. Alba will then move onto a promotion for The Eye remake (in which she also stars), Clive Barker will show up with the cast of Midnight Meat Train to ... serve up some midnight meat, I assume, and Darrren Lynn Bousman and Tobin Bell will "invite you to play a game in the cruel and deadly world of Jigsaw." Additionally, Warner Bros. will also be on hand promoting Speed Racer, Get Smart, The Invasion, Whiteout, One Missed Call, Trick 'R Treat and Watchmen (with Zack Snyder in attendance, presumably to announce further casting). 20th Century Fox will present stuff on Jumper, Aliens vs. Predator, Hitman, Babylon A.D., The Dark is Rising and City of Ember (with Gil Kenan
in attendance not in attendance, we've been told by Fox -- he's too busy on set to attend). There's loads of other goodies as well, but I just don't have the time or the space to tell you about it all. After the jump, I've included more than a few highlights -- but head on over to the official site to see it in full. ComicCon will take San Diego by storm from July 26-29.