The core cast of Boy Meets World reunited together on stage for the first time during Wizard World Chicago on Friday, August 24th. The panel, full of audience questions, panel ran nearly an hour. There were laughs and tears. During the Q&A, an audience member asked the Boy Meets World cast what some of the favorite memories that they still have to this day from working on the show. When Danielle Fishel, who starred as…"Boy Meets World cast discuss Favorite Memories"
The Baker Twins, Jonathan Baker and Josh Baker, were on hand for a panel during Wizard World Chicago to discuss their upcoming sci-fi film, Kin. The duo, according to Jonathan, originally thought they would pursue a career in comic books. It’s this thought that made Wizard World Chicago the perfect place for their panel. The panel preceded a Saturday night advanced screening of Kin, opening in theaters this Friday. Jonathan said that they wanted to…"Wizard World: The Baker Twins talk Kin"
Kim Possible stars Christy Carlson Romano and Will Friedle were on hand for a panel during the final day of Wizard World Chicago. The duo, who voiced both Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable, took questions from both a moderator and fan questions from the audience. Between the last two times they shared a panel, Christy filmed a small role or cameo for the live-action Kim Possible movie. This was the first time the two shared a…"Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle talk Kim Possible movie"
Filmmaker Ivan Reitman and actor Ernie Hudson were on hand at Wizard World Chicago in the lead-up to next year’s 35th anniversary celebration for Ghostbusters. The two spoke addressed fans for nearly an hour on Saturday afternoon with a limited amount of time at the end for audience questions. Early on, I decided that I would ask a question during the panel. The obvious choice would be something related to Ghostbusters. Given my background, I…"Ivan Reitman’s Advice for Aspiring Filmmakers"
Wizard World Chicago kicks off this Thursday in Rosemont with a number of celebrities coming to town for the comic con. Among the highlights are a reunion of the Boy Meets World cast featuring Ben Savage, Danielle Fishel, Rider Strong, and Will Friedle. What follows below are a small selection of panels that I recommend checking out! Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman was among those recently added to the schedule. He’s in town for Saturday only…"Wizard World 2018: Panel Highlights"
With Wizard World Chicago set to take over the Rosemont suburb next month, it’s time to start making plans for who to see during the Comic Con. Whether it’s movies, television, or comic books, there’s something for everyone when Wizard World Chicago takes place August 23-26 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. This year’s installment of Wizard World Chicago marks the 20th anniversary in Chicago. What better way to celebrate than bring in Sebastian Stan…"Wizard World Chicago is Coming in August"
Wizard World, Inc. and Sony Pictures Entertainment have announced a team-up in order to discover, develop, and incubate new intellectual properties. What this means is that it is good news for the artists and comic creators who frequent Artist Alley by renting tables at Wizard World conventions across the United States. With Marvel and DC having ready-made content at the ready for Disney and Warner Brothers Pictures, this helps Sony Pictures in hoping to level…"Wizard World, Inc., Sony Pictures Entertainment team up"
On Sunday afternoon at Wizard World, a crowd gathered in Room 3 for The Marvel Saga. The panel was hosted by Danny Fingeroth, Jim Salicrup, and Mikey Babinski. Dean Haspiel was supposed to be on the panel but following the previous panel on the most neurotic superhero, he decided to go back to his booth on the floor. The presentation was titled Marvel at 78: From The Golden Age to Spiderman: Homecoming. It was pretty…"Wizard World: Marvel at 78 panel was entertaining"
On Sunday afternoon, a trio of actresses (Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, and Catherine Tate) from Doctor Who gathered in Room 24 to discuss Doctor Who. The panel was billed as What’s Life Without A Companion: A Conversation with Doctor Who’s Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, and Catherine Tate. Representing different time periods of the modern Doctor Who era, Kingston (River Song), Coleman (Clara Oswald), and Catherine Tate (Donna Noble) were on hand to answer questions from…"Wizard World: Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, Catherine Tate talk Doctor Who"
Tom Wilson spoke to Solzy at the Movies at Wizard World Chicago on Friday about playing Biff Tannen in the Back to the Future trilogy and the comparisons of the character to current president, Donald Trump. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are you been enjoying your time in Chicago this weekend? Tom Wilson: I’m having a great time. People in Chicago are always very friendly and the food is always very…"Wizard World: Tom Wilson talks Back to the Future, Donald Trump"