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San Diego Comic Con is in full swing! Check out our coverage HERE, or keep checking back for updates throughout the day as we find news and info from across the internet:
4:36pm: Edgar Wright - during the 'Attack the Block' panel - announced that not only are he and Simon Pegg gearing up to write the third installment in their "Cornetto" trilogy, but that he and Joe Cornish just turned in the third draft of their 'Ant Man' film to Marvel!
3:03pm: Steven Spielberg and special guest Peter Jackson took the time to discuss their own projects as well as talk about their hard work on 'The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn'. They released a brand new still from the film featuring Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock:
2:56pm: We missed the first panel for AMC's 'The Walking Dead', but to make it up to you here's the first official trailer for the second season. From creator Robert Kirkman, "There’s an expectation now. First season nobody knew what was coming. I can say it’s made everybody work harder. It’s empowered us to try harder. We’re taking that seriously and really trying to deliver":
2:42pm: Screened today at Comic Con, here is the brand new clip from Cartoon Networks revamp of 'The ThunderCats':
2:15pm: Marvel has unveiled a new series of images from their upcoming film 'The Avengers'. The paintings show off the new characters and costumes, as well as fit together to make one massive image (we're still missing a few characters to complete the set):
12:53pm: Steven Spielberg just announced live during the 'Adventures of Tintin' panel that YES - 'Jurassic Park 4' is in the works and has a writer attached. They're shooting for it to arrive in the next year or two.
8:00am: Also announced last night, MTV unveiled their brand new animated show by Mike Judge called... wait, 'Beavis and Butthead'? That's right, the dim duo is returning once more to TV. The short preview shows us scenes from the episode 'Holy Cornholio' and... well, just look for yourself:
8:00am: Attendees at the 'Star Wars' Fan Movie Awards were given a nice surprise in the form of a sneak peek at some of the deleted and bonus scenes included in the upcoming 'Star Wars: The Complete Saga' nine-disc Blu-ray collection. The set is said to contain nearly 40 hours of special features, including never-before-seen clips like the one below (but still has yet to contain a single decent version of the original theatrical cuts, grumble grumble...):