By Thomas Peter
20 Jul 2010
Events on July 22 will include a discussion on the legacy of the video game-themed film "Tron," which will feature star Michael Sheen (11:15 AM); a retrospective on the series "Quantum Leap" featuring Scott Bakula (3:45 PM); a panel, "The Anti-Heroes of Showtime," which will feature "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall, "Californication" star David Duchovny, and "Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker (4:45 PM); a panel on "Dexter" featuring Hall (6 PM); a screening of the upcoming comedy "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," featuring a Q&A with Alison Pill, Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin and other stars of the film; and a screening of the musical web series "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," starring Neil Patrick Harris (7:30 PM).
July 23 events are set to include a screening of a never-before-seen episode of the TBS animated series "Neighbors from Hell," with a Q&A featuring star Molly Shannon (12 noon); a screening of the CBS sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" and a Q&A featuring star Johnny Galecki (12:45 PM); a preview screening of the superhero film "The Cape," featuring Keith David and James Frain (2:15 PM); a screening of the upcoming film comedy "The Other Guys" that will include an appearance by Will Ferrell (4 PM); and a panel and Q&A session on the HBO vampire series "True Blood," featuring Anna Paquin and Denis O'Hare (4 PM).
On July 24 Jason Ritter and Zeljko Ivanek will appear at a world-premiere pilot screening and and discussion of the upcoming NBC sci-fi thriller series "The Event" (11:15 AM); Scott Wolf will be among the stars of the drama series "V" who will appear at a screening and Q&A (2:30 PM); Blair Brown will appear at a screening of the hit Fox sci-fi series "Fringe" (3:15 PM); and Jeffrey Tambor and Sigourney Weaver will appear at a screening and Q&A for the upcoming film "Paul" (4:15 PM).
For more information and a complete schedule of events and locations, visit comic-con.org.