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SDCC ’12: Day 3 Photo Album

Screen Invasion was at the convention center at 6:30 a.m. to cover all the news from Hall H on Day 3 of Comic Con!  Here are photo highlights from the big celebration.  Be sure not to miss our Day 1 and Day 2 photo galleries!

6:30 A.M. on San Diego bay:

The end of the line almost to Tijuana:

A few halflings:

The end of the Hall H line way off in the distance:

WORLD FAMOUS!:

Quentin Tarantino cosplaying Freddie Krueger:

The Django Unchained panel:

Stealth‘s Jamie Foxx:

Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz:

Zoom out for Guillermo del Toro and the widescreen Warner Bros. panel:

Oh hey, Charlie Day is in Pacific Rim:

So is Ron Perlman:

Rinko Kikuchi didn’t get to say much, but she is still one of my favorites:

A smug Guillermo del Toro, he knows he’s da shit:

Charlie Hunnam.  Apparently half the cast of Sons of Anarchy is in Pacific Rim:

Surprise appearance by Will Farrell and Zach Galifianakis to pimp The Campaign:

Sexy Henry Cavill, Man of Steel:

Moderator Chris Hardwick comforts an emotional Superman fan:

Peter Jackson films the audience:

Martin Freeman, aka The Hobbit:

Sir Ian McKellan classing up the joint:

Elijah Wood, just some other hobbit:

Gollum (Andy Serkis) also happens to be the second unit director:

Screen Invasion’s beloved editor-in-chief, Kristal Bailey, live tweets the proceedings:

Edgar Wright, the coolest man in the room, debuts some unbelievable Ant Man test footage:

Iron Man 3‘s Shane Black and Jon Favreau:

Don Cheadle:

Robert Downey Jr. has the 6,000 person audience in the palm of his hand:

Obligatory awesome mech robot cosplay shot:

Day 4 photos coming soon!   Follow @RealBrianRudlof and @ScreenInvasion on Twitter for more reviews, interviews, and news!

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Brian Rudloff

Brian Rudloff

Brian loves two things: movies and vacations. He has a B.S. in Cinema/Television Production and an M.S. in Recreation and Tourism Management. While he certainly anticipates the latest releases, he is more often found dancing on flying sarapes through the ether of yesteryear and wistfully prancing on clouds of nostalgia. He does not understand kids these days or the entertainment they consume.