No, really. Brittany was right. Kinda.
I'm now giggling trying to picture Brittany watching this documentary. At least now we know where the comment comes from.
Also, all this Comic Con stuff is making my heart explode with all the awesomeness:
+ Avengers assemble
. Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk, huh? I can't wait to see where Joss is going to take this and how he's going to direct Robert Downey Jr and Samuel L Jackson.
+ I still have problems wrapping my head around the fact that *Kenneth Branagh* is the director for Marvel's Thor, but hearing what he has to say about it
makes me realize that yes, this is real life.
+ The JJ Abrams/Joss Whedon Visionaries panel
was really good, especially towards the end where they offered up some really great insights into TV vs movies and how that affects storytelling.
+ I thoroughly enjoyed the Women Who Kick Ass panel
, which had Elizabeth Mitchell and Anna Torv sitting next to each other and being cool
+ The Pacey-con that Joshua Jackson held right outside the convention center
, wearing the same t-shirt he wore in S1 of Dawson's Creek and reading out fanfiction that he wrote himself? (Yeah, take a moment to laugh about the fact that Joshua Jackson wrote DC fanfiction. Yes, he did it for Funny or Die, but still. AWESOME.) As if I needed another reason to love this man.
+ The cast interactions on the panels are always really great at Comic Con too. The Chuck panel
and the Fringe panel make me really excited too for the fall. (Some S4 spoilers for Chuck in those links, but non-spoilery reaction? Really, guys? The Old Spice guy is going to have a bit part on the Chuck? Hahaha. The other big casting news for Chuck, though, is blowing my mind.) Also, ASTRID. Cannot.wait.
I loved how they couldn't go without mentioning drugs on the Fringe panel. Drugs/Fringe = OTP, y/y? Joshua Jackson using a glass of water and mike to imitate the sound of a bong will never not be funny. And Captain Awesome taking that pot-shot at Adam Baldwin for talking about Firefly ("Fourth season of Chuck and we're still talking about Adam's little shows") was perfect.
The Castle and Glee panels finish today so I'll probably end up adding links to this post, but I am really excited to see what they have to say. Nathan always makes for a great interview, and the Glee cast is too adorable for words, so I'm betting there will be some choice gems up on youtube by tonight.
In conclusion, Comic Con? ILU this much: