Cinerama and Emerald City Comicon are once again partnering to bring you the Second Annual ECCC Cinema Series! This unique event runs three nights at Seattle’s famous Cinerama and brings together movie stars talking about their films in an intimate Q&A before a screening of those same movies in glorious high definition!
On Thursday March 26, come watch one of the best pulp action films of all time, Raiders of the Lost Ark! *Unfortunately Karen Allen has had to cancel her appearance at this event.*
On Friday March 27, it’s Excelsior time with Stan “The Man” Lee as he introduces you to the film that brought together the best of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and made them a team, The Avengers! *SOLD OUT.*
On Saturday March 28, don’t miss a Q&A with Brandon Routh that you’ll tell the cleaning lady about on Monday, before watching the cult hit Scott Pilgrim vs. The World! *Unfortunately Brandon Routh has had to cancel his appearance at this event.*
All Q&A’s will begin at 8:30 pm, with the screenings at 9:00 pm. The Q&As will be hosted by Mike Robles.
Tickets are $25 each, and available directly from Cinerama.
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Sam Huntington signs autographs at Harrison’s Comics on Saturday May 4, 2013 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm.
Join IAMTHINK.COM as we welcome Sam Huntington of SyFy’s Being Human, Superman Returns, Fanboys, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night and much more, to Harrison’s Comics and Pop Culture in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Saturday, May 4th, 2013. Sam will be at Harrison’s from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM to sign autographs and take pictures with his fans. Feel free to bring DVDs, posters, and photos, for Sam to sign. Additionally, there will be some photos available while supplies last. We are asking to keep autograph items limited to 1 per person, due to time constraints. IAMTHINK will also be raffling off fantastic prizes to help raise money for Gateway Community Services located here in Nashua.
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Brandon Routh signs at Krypton Comics on Saturday May 4, 2013 for Free Comic Book Day! Autographs are $40 each (your item or his photos). A picture with Mr. Routh is only $10.
In 2005 Brandon Routh soared into the media limelight when he was cast as “the Man of Steel” in director Bryan Singer’s highly anticipated revival of the original superhero film franchise “Superman Returns.”
Born in Des Moines, Iowa and raised in nearby Norwalk (about 100 miles south of Woolstock, the hometown of TV’s original “Superman,” George Reeves), the strapping 6’3″ Routh was a high school athlete who swam and played soccer, as well as starring in several theatrical productions. He attended the University of Iowa for a year before heading to Hollywood in search of his big break.
Routh got his first major role in 1999 on the television sitcom “Odd Man Out.” This was followed by a four-episode stint on the nighttime soap “Undressed” and an appearance on “Gilmore Girls” in 2000. The actor earned steady work on the daytime drama “One Life to Live,” originating the role of Seth Anderson from 2001-2002. His subsequent primetime credits include guest stints on “Cold Case,” NBC’s “Will & Grace” and “Oliver Beene.” Routh recently appeared in an episode of NBC’s horror anthology series FEAR ITSELF.
Brandon was seen in “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” a Universal film opposite Michael Cera and directed by Edgar Wright. The comedy is about Scott Pligrim who must defeat his new girlfriend’s seven evil ex’s in order to win her heart. This past TV season, Routh guest stared on NBC’s “Chuck” as “Shaw”, a mysterious new spy who takes control as the new leader of Operation Bartwoski, becoming a mentor to Chuck and a rival in his affections for Sarah. Routh can also be seen in “Dead of Night,” a film about the beloved Italian comic book hero, Dylan Dog. He graced the big screen in Kevin Smith’s film, “Zack and Miri Make a Porno” with Seth Rogen and Justin Long, as well as “Life is Hot in Cracktown,” based on the novel by Buddy Giovinazzo, where he stars opposite Lara Flynn Boyle and Kerry Washington, and the romantic comedy “Table for Three.” He is in the post-production stage on “Unthinkable,” a psychological thriller also starring Samuel L. Jackson, as well as the dark comedy “Miss Nobody,” where he stars opposite Leslie Bibb and Missi Pyle, about a secretary who discovers she has a talent for murder as she ascends the corporate ladder. Brandon can now be seen in the indie feature “Fling,” which recently premiered on Showtime, about a couple in an open relationship who are stretched to the breaking point when each partner finds themselves falling in love with other people. Mr. Routh most recently appeared in the sitcom “Partners” about two lifelong friends, who are both architects, and form a business partnership.
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Dead of Night stars Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington, Anita Brie, along with Director Kevin Munroe, will preview the film at The Masters of the Web panel and sign autographs immediately after:
The Masters of the Web, yes we are callous enough to call ourselves that, will be holding a panel again this year at the largest gathering of geeks anywhere on Earth – San Diego Comic Con International.
The panel will be held on Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00 in Room 32AB. Last year it was standing room only so if you are coming, plan to get there early!
We’ve got some big surprises with director Kevin Munroe moderating the panel this year as well as stars Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington and Anita Briem in attendance to give us a sneak peek at the big screen adaptation of the Dylan Dog comic books, DEAD OF NIGHT.
An autograph signing session for DEAD OF NIGHT will immediately follow the panel and will include Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington, Anita Briem and Kevin Munroe over in Autograph Alley. An exclusive First Look DEAD OF NIGHT poster will be given away.
Masters of the Web Panel with an Exclusive Sneak Peek at Dead of Night – For the third year in a row the most popular genre and movie websites are coming together to discuss how new media have affected movie making, what it takes to run a popular site, and much more in a panel discussion and Q&A session. Participants include Robert Sanchez (IESB.net), Ryan Rotten (Shocktilyoudrop.com), Mike Sampson (Joblo.com), Jeremy Smith (Aintitcoolnews.com), Brad Miska(Bloody-Disgusting.com), Drew McWeeny (Hitfix.com), Devin Faraci (CHUD.com), Paul Christensen (Movieweb.com), Wilson Morales (Blackfilm.com/AOL Black Voices), Vic Holtreman (Screenrant.com) and George Roush (Latinoreview.com).