Ant-Man star Paul Rudd was on hand in Chicago this weekend for the headlining Clueless reunion panel taking place during the 10th annual C2E2. While he was running late as a result of an autograph signing, Rudd joined Clueless co-stars Alicia Silverstone, Breckin Meyer, and Donald Faison on the Main Stage. After about 20 minutes or so of conversation with moderator Clare Kramer, the floor was turned over to the audience for a question and…"C2E2 2019: Paul Rudd on The Secret To Not Aging"
Freaks and Geeks star John Francis Daley spoke with Solzy at the Movies while on the red carpet just before the special screening of Stuber during SXSW. Twenty years ago this September, Freaks and Geeks would make its premiere on NBC. More than a few months later, the series would sadly come to an end. The legacy of the Paul Feig-created series–executive produced by Judd Apatow–lives on to this day. For more on that legacy,…"C2E2 2019: John Francis Daley talks Freaks and Geeks"
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg is among the first entertainment guests announced to headline Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) 2019 at McCormick Place. Entertainment guests announced at the moment include Gregg, John Barrowman, Summer Glau, Christopher Sabat, and Sean Schemmel. On the comic book front, the early guests include Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman, Matt Wilson, Eve L. Ewing, Ed McGuiness, Kevin Nowlan, George Perez, and Marc Silvestri. More guests are sure to be announced as the day moves…"C2E2 2019: First Wave of Guests Announced"
Daphne and Velma is a film that brings a female friendship to the center while updating the Scooby-Doo universe for a new generation. Ridge Valley High School is populated by all sorts of state of the art technology created by Tobias Bloom (Brooks Forester). Whether it’s phones, earbuds, or the Bloom Bracket, Bloom’s footprint is all over the school. Similar to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Bloom out does himself every year. The tech wiz even takes…"C2E2: Daphne and Velma: Life Before Scooby-Doo"
After reading David Yost’s guest column in the Hollywood Reporter last month, I knew I had to ask a question that meant a lot to me: how are things now compared to then when it comes to being LGBTQ in Hollywood. It’s important to me because I’m a transgender woman and working to develop my own sitcom pilot (based in Chicago, of course) with a transgender lead. I asked Yost as to whether it was…"C2E2 Power Rangers Panel: David Yost on Being LGBTQ Then and Now"
Stan Lee made what has been billed has his final appearance at C2E2 in Chicago. After appearing in panels on Saturday, posing for photos, and taking autographs with the fans, Lee had one more card up his sleeve. On Saturday, Lee participated in a joint panel with Frank Miller on the Mainstage and later did an interview on the Live Stage. In the closing hours of C2E2, Lee did a surprise signing at the Marvel…"C2E2: Stan Lee makes his Final Appearance"
C2E2 will be bringing many fan favorites to Chicago during the weekend of April 21-23, 2017. Stan Lee and Frank Miller are the featured headliners next month as C2E2 takes to McCormick Place in the Windy City. Lee recently canceled an appearance at the Big Apple Comic Con in New York as a result of the flu but is expected to be making his final C2E2 appearance next month. Lee and Miller will headline a…"C2E2 bringing Fan Favorites to Chicago in April"