Here’s one for the geek ladies (and gents). Seriously, who wouldn’t want to see Captain Jack Harkness showing of his Superman briefs? Not sure if I can quite reconcile Scott Gills choice of a Green Lantern shirt with Batman underpants though…
Who knows, maybe kicking zombie ass as Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead isn’t manly enough for Norman Reedus. That might explain why he feels the need to lick armpit tattoos of Chewbacca.
William Shatner and Stan Lee at the same table. Your dinner parties will never be this cool.
Thanks to TFAW the entire session of the “Firefly 10th Anniversary Reunion Panel” from Comic-Con has been uploaded to the intertubes for your pleasure.
…and it’s being hailed as one of those truly magical Comic-Con moments. It was a heartwarming, tearful, hilarious celebration of one our favorite science fiction shows, and those who were in attendance will have a great convention story to share.
Ron Perlman, who gave Hellboy a real life big screen presence in both Hellboy movies endured the gruelling make-up process again to make a young kid’s Make-A-Wish request come true.
In the past three weeks, Spectral Motion has been honored to host two wonderful Make-A-Wish children, Caleb and Zachary. Zachary loved his visit for two very special reasons. It was Zachary’s wish to meet Hellboy and also to become Hellboy. When the Make-A-Wish Foundation contacted Spectral Motion with this request, Mike thought it would be fantastic to have Ron Perlman reprise his role for the day. Ron loved the idea and donned the makeup once more (with the assistance of Lufeng Qu and Eden Elizalde) and also ordered a Hellboy sized meal of burgers, shakes, and fries for Zachary and his family and the entire Spectral crew to enjoy. Later in the day, Zachary was transformed into Hellboy with the assistance of makeup artists Lufeng Qu and Neil Winn. Both of the Make-A-Wish days were a complete thrill for the families of the children, as well as for the crew at Spectral Motion!
Here’s some picture of Ron Perlman and Zachary from the Spectral Motion Facebook page: