Comic-Con highlights from Hall H

What to watch for in the main exhibit area


  • 11:30-1 Fox — Stars Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly promote “The Day the Earth Stood Still” remake. Mark Wahlberg goes as “Max Payne.”

  • 1:15-2:45 Summit — Dakota Fanning makes her first trek to Comic-Con for “Push,” joined by Alex Proyas for “Knowing” and “Twilight’s” vampire cast.

  • 3-4 Disney — The artist formerly know as the Rock talks “Race to Witch Mountain.”

  • 4:15-5:15 Lionsgate/Marvel — Get an early look at DVD feature “Hulk vs. Wolverine.”

  • 5:30-6:30 Dark Castle — Guy Ritchie does “RocknRolla.”


  • 11:55-1 Warner — Zack Snyder shows off “Watchmen.”

  • 2-2:30 Universal — Rick Baker unveils “The Wolfman’s” new look.

  • 2:45-3:45 Lionsgate — “The Spirit’s” Frank Miller shows what he learned on “Sin City.”

  • 4-5 Star Wars — All that’s new under Tatooine’s twin suns.

  • 5:15-6:15 Entertainment Weekly — Q&A with Comic-Con faves Miller, Snyder, Kevin Smith and Judd Apatow.

  • 6:30-8:00 Weinstein Co. — Smith sticks around to discuss “Zack and Miri Make a Porno.”


  • 10:30-11:45 NBC — The cast of “Heroes” hint where the hit series is headed in season three.

  • 12-1 ABC — The executive producers of “Lost” stoke the show’s mythology.

  • 1:15-2 Warner — Tidbits from the “Terminator Salvation” team (minus Christian Bale).

  • 2:30-3:30 Disney/Pixar — First looks at the fall super-dog toon “Bolt” and Pete Docter-direted Pixar release “Up.”

  • 3:45-5:15 Universal — Fans get a taste of the “Mummy” sequel and “Death Race” remake, as well as early glimpses at 2009 releases like “Land of the Lost” and “Drag Me to Hell.”

  • 5:30-7 Sony — The day wraps with vampires (“Underworld”), viruses (“Quarantine”) and mind-altering substances (“Pineapple Express”).

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