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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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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Michael DiMartino will be writing a Legend of Korra comic series. His co-creator, Bryan Konietzko has assisted with the story, and will consult on the art for the series. The comic will be published by Dark Horse in three volumes. No release date has been set.

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Conan O'brien is on a post-Comic Con streak, here. Especially since he was able to gain access to George R. R. Martin's home camera system. 

And lo, we all learn what keeps Mr. Martin busy while his characters remain in some sort of literary limbo.

That trampoline does look fun, though.
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Normally, we're used to seeing the Magic Mike side of Channing Tatum, and no one's complaining.



But it's easy to forget that he's also a good guy. While promoting his passion project at Comic-Con, a solo superhero flick about Gambit, the 21 Jump Street star rushed to help veteran nerd hero, Stan Lee off the stage after taking an awesome selfie. 



Way to go Channing, those Southern manners are going to come in handy when you start shooting Gambit.

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