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Comic-Con 2014: Fourteen Panels You Don’t Want To Miss On Friday

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MOVIES

Creed20th Century Fox Presentation (4:20pm – 6:20pm, Hall H)
The official program description doesn’t provide any details as to what Fox might be showing off, but I’m really hoping there will be some solid info about the Assassin’s Creed movie. Other possibilities include The Maze Runner, The Fantastic Four, and Frankenstein. Ridley Scott’s next and X-Men: Apocalypse aren’t expected until 2016, but Hall H is notorious for its surprises, so who knows what might show up? Frankly, having Assassin’s Creed’s Michael Fassbender wander on stage in Altair’s getup would be enough to set a good portion of the internet on fire.

The Greatest Geek Movies & TV Never Made (5:00pm – 6:00pm, Room 7AB)
This one might not have the star power or spectacle of the massive Hall H presentations, but it has the potential to be even more interesting. The panel will focus, as the name suggests, on various legendary projects that never came together, including Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune, Bryan Singer’s Battlestar Galactica movie, and even an aborted ’70s Star Trek reboot! Panel guests will include Steve Scarlata (Jodorowksy’s Dune), Tom De Santo (Transformers, X2), Charles de Lauzirika (Crave, Blade Runner Blu-ray), Steve Melching (The Clone Wars, Batman: The Brave & The Bold), Mark A. Altman (Free Enterprise), and more.

Free Enterprise: 15th Anniversary Reunion (3:30pm – 4:30pm, Room 24ABC)
It’s been ages since I watched Free Enterprise, but I do still have a fond spot for it in my nostalgia cortex, mostly due to William Shatner’s performance as William Shatner. Writer/producer Mark Altman and director/writer Robert Meyer Burnett will both be on hand to look back at their creation, as well as to discuss their Kickstarter campaign to make a Free Enterprise TV pilot, which I didn’t even realize was a thing until like 30 seconds ago. Might Shatner make a surprise appearance? You never know with that guy…

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