SDCC 2015

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Remember when you lived in blissful ignorance and you thought there was only one Hunger Games movie left? Well, that probably isn't the case. In the same interview with Conan O'Brien where JLaw adorably sang Cher's "Believe" (see video above), Josh Hutcherson pulled a Peeta and accidentally revealed that there may be more Hunger Games films. 

Conan asked the stars if there were any plans for a prequel or sequel to the series, to which Josh Hutcherson replied "there is. I’m sorry, I can’t say that. We’ll see what happens." Get it together, Peeta! This is why no one likes you. Learn to keep a secret!

Meanwhile, Conan provided JLaw with a swear jar and challenged her to say as many swears for charity as she could in 30 seconds. They were forced to bleep her swears for TV, but it seems like she gets pretty creative with her foul mouth:




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No, the former Firefly star isn't a grifter, he's just an actor who's tired of making his living by going to conventions to support a show that was canceled a decade ago. If that's not meta enough, the trailer also features Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, Joss Whedon and Sean Maher.

In fact you should get mad points if you can name all of the nerdy cameos.

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SDCC attendees got a look behind the scenes of the new Star Wars. Check it out!

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The guys at Tested made this amazing Rancor cosplay in honor of Return of the Jedi. The original movie makers tried to make a live suit for the effect, but were unable to accomplish the feat in 1983.

These folks got it done in 3 weeks. It's enough to make you cry...



Those arms are a little silly though,

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10 Best Cosplays of SDCC 2015: Day 2


Day 2 of San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone. We're half way through 2015's festivities. To celebrate, check out our favorite cosplays from Friday, July 10 (Day 2)!

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The Doctor is joining Wyldstyle, Batman and Gandalf on a new adventure through time, space, and bricks in LEGO's answer to Skylanders/Amiibo/Disney Infinity, LEGO Dimensions. Players build LEGO sets that allow them to access characters in the game by use of an NFC portal. LEGO Dimensions will feature levels based on Back to the Future, Portal, the Simpsons, and as seen above, Doctor Who.

Not a fan of the newest Doctor? Don't worry, all the Doctors will be joining the fray as playable characters. The game will be released on September 27 in North America and September 29 in Europe. 

celeb news jesse eisenberg compares comic con to genocide
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UPDATE: Eisenberg has clarified his comment, saying, "Maybe on some cellular memory level, that's the only thing that seems like an equivalent social experience. Even if they're saying nice things, just being shouted at by thousands of people, it's horrifying. I of course was using hyperbole to describe the sensory overload I experienced. I sometimes do employ that. I'm a normal person who has normal sensory experiences, so Comic-Con was very overwhelming for me. That said, it was really an honor to be on that end of such jubilation. That people are excited about it in that way is unheard of and thrilling."

Original post follows below:

Get your cringe face ready, you're gonna need it for this one.

When asked about his experience at San Diego Comic Con, Jesse Eisenberg said attending was akin to genocide:

"It is like being screamed at by thousands of people. I don't know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide. I can't think of anything that's equivalent."



Attending Comic Con is certainly hard on celebrities; it can't be easy being screamed at and accosted by fans, but genocide? What?

This isn't the first time Eisenberg has made headlines for his behavior in interviews, either. In 2013 he developed a reputation as a jerk after being insufferably rude in an interview for the film Now You See Me:



Cringe, cringe everywhere.