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Comic-Con Hall H 2010

Here are some of the celebrities that passed through Hall H this year. Click on any image to see whole photo and to see caption.

Entertainment Weekly's choice for visionaries: Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Entertainment Weekly's choice for visionaries: Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Sylvester Stallone oversees "The Expendables" panel.

Sylvester Stallone oversees "The Expendables" panel.

Credit: Beth Accomando

Terry Crews reveals his six pack... um, maybe it's an eight pack... at "The Expendables" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Terry Crews reveals his six pack... um, maybe it's an eight pack... at "The Expendables" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Sylvester Stallone hugs surprise guest Bruce Willis. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Sylvester Stallone hugs surprise guest Bruce Willis. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Bruce Willis stayed only briefly in Hall H and then was whisked away to wherever they take those surprise celebrities guest. It seems like a lot of work to bring stars in for such quick visits. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Bruce Willis stayed only briefly in Hall H and then was whisked away to wherever they take those surprise celebrities guest. It seems like a lot of work to bring stars in for such quick visits. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Sylvester Stallone (center) was a big hit at Hall H with his high testosterone panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Sylvester Stallone (center) was a big hit at Hall H with his high testosterone panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Dolph Lundgren at "The Expendables" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Dolph Lundgren at "The Expendables" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Dolph Lungren looking pretty chipper at the panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Dolph Lungren looking pretty chipper at the panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Sylvester Stallone making a proud exit from a crowd pleasing panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Sylvester Stallone making a proud exit from a crowd pleasing panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Guillermo Del Toro, a Con favorite, was at the panel for "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," a film he is producing and that he promises will be scary. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Guillermo Del Toro, a Con favorite, was at the panel for "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," a film he is producing and that he promises will be scary. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Del Toro (left) and director Troy Nixey at the "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Del Toro (left) and director Troy Nixey at the "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Seth Rogen at the "Green Hornet" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Seth Rogen at the "Green Hornet" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Christoph Waltz, who plays plays Chudnofsky in "The Green Hornet," made his first Comic-Con appearance. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Christoph Waltz, who plays plays Chudnofsky in "The Green Hornet," made his first Comic-Con appearance. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz at "The Green Hornet" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz at "The Green Hornet" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Milla Jovovich returns to the Con and to the role of Alice in "Resident Evil: Afterlife." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Milla Jovovich returns to the Con and to the role of Alice in "Resident Evil: Afterlife." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Co-stars of "Resident Evil: Afterlife" Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter at Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Co-stars of "Resident Evil: Afterlife" Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter at Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Milla Jovovich and a pregnant (at least I'm assuming she's pregnant) Ali Larter at the "Resident Evil" panel. Being pregnant for a "Resident Evil" panel is almost a tradition with Milla Jovovich appearing a few years back with a bun in the oven. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Milla Jovovich and a pregnant (at least I'm assuming she's pregnant) Ali Larter at the "Resident Evil" panel. Being pregnant for a "Resident Evil" panel is almost a tradition with Milla Jovovich appearing a few years back with a bun in the oven. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Simon Pegg, a Comic-Con god or at least beloved fan boy, arrives for his panel on "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Simon Pegg, a Comic-Con god or at least beloved fan boy, arrives for his panel on "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Sigourney Weaver joins the panel for "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Sigourney Weaver joins the panel for "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Seth Rogen arrives for a second panel, this time for "Paul," a film in which he provides the voice of an alien. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Seth Rogen arrives for a second panel, this time for "Paul," a film in which he provides the voice of an alien. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star in and co-wrote "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost star in and co-wrote "Paul." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Seth Rogen on the "Paul" panel noted that since he's lost weight people mistake him for J.J. Abrams, and he says boy do people at the Con like J.J.! (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Seth Rogen on the "Paul" panel noted that since he's lost weight people mistake him for J.J. Abrams, and he says boy do people at the Con like J.J.! (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Jeffrey Tambor was greeted by a number of "Hey now's" from the audience (his signature line in the cable series "The Larry Sanders Show") when he appeared on the "Paul" panel in Hall H. Sigourney Weaver seems quite amused by the comment Tambor just made. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Jeffrey Tambor was greeted by a number of "Hey now's" from the audience (his signature line in the cable series "The Larry Sanders Show") when he appeared on the "Paul" panel in Hall H. Sigourney Weaver seems quite amused by the comment Tambor just made. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Bill Hader joined the "Paul" panel, and was asked if the cops from "Superbad" (Hader and Rogen) had to fight the cops of "Hot Fuzz" (Pegg and Frost) who would win? Pegg noted that if cops were fighting cops it would be a sorry state of affairs... that being said the "Hot Fuzz" cops would win hands down. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Bill Hader joined the "Paul" panel, and was asked if the cops from "Superbad" (Hader and Rogen) had to fight the cops of "Hot Fuzz" (Pegg and Frost) who would win? Pegg noted that if cops were fighting cops it would be a sorry state of affairs... that being said the "Hot Fuzz" cops would win hands down. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Joe Lo Truglio on the "Paul" panel in Hall H on Saturday. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Joe Lo Truglio on the "Paul" panel in Hall H on Saturday. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Bill Hader and Nick Frost exiting the "Paul" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Bill Hader and Nick Frost exiting the "Paul" panel. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Nick Frost leaving Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Nick Frost leaving Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Harrison Ford, starring in "Cowboys vs. Aliens" was brought onto the Hall H stage in handcuffs and escorted by two security guards. The joke (which was meant to be about his reluctant to appear at big fan conventions) played a little differently after a minor "pen" incident in the Hall H delayed the panel for nearly a hour. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Harrison Ford, starring in "Cowboys vs. Aliens" was brought onto the Hall H stage in handcuffs and escorted by two security guards. The joke (which was meant to be about his reluctant to appear at big fan conventions) played a little differently after a minor "pen" incident in the Hall H delayed the panel for nearly a hour. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

So Daniel Craig appeared for the "Cowboys vs. Aliens" panel, and I texted my so to tell him to make sure and get a photo of Craig who had never appeared at the Con before. So my son showed me this picture. I apparently neglected to request the photo also be in focus. Sigh. But even from afar Craig was by far the sexiest guy in Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

So Daniel Craig appeared for the "Cowboys vs. Aliens" panel, and I texted my so to tell him to make sure and get a photo of Craig who had never appeared at the Con before. So my son showed me this picture. I apparently neglected to request the photo also be in focus. Sigh. But even from afar Craig was by far the sexiest guy in Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

"Cowboys vs. Aliens" director Jon Favreau leaving his panel in Hall H on Saturday night. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

"Cowboys vs. Aliens" director Jon Favreau leaving his panel in Hall H on Saturday night. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Harrison Ford leaving after making his very first Comic-Con appearance. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Harrison Ford leaving after making his very first Comic-Con appearance. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Okay, Mr. Ford deserves another photo. He pretty much brought the house down, after all he's also Indiana Jones and Han Solo. Not many people span so many successful franchises. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Okay, Mr. Ford deserves another photo. He pretty much brought the house down, after all he's also Indiana Jones and Han Solo. Not many people span so many successful franchises. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Hugo Weaving appeared at the Marvel panel since he is appearing as the villain in "Captain America" (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Hugo Weaving appeared at the Marvel panel since he is appearing as the villain in "Captain America" (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Kenneth Branagh is known for directing Shakespeare so why not take a Shakespearean approach to "Thor," which was his favorite comic as a kid. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Kenneth Branagh is known for directing Shakespeare so why not take a Shakespearean approach to "Thor," which was his favorite comic as a kid. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Chris Hemsworth joins the Marvel team as Thor in Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Chris Hemsworth joins the Marvel team as Thor in Hall H. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Scarlett Johansson plays Black Widow and appeared at the Marvel panel on Saturday night at Comic-Con. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Scarlett Johansson plays Black Widow and appeared at the Marvel panel on Saturday night at Comic-Con. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Robert Downey, Jr. (aka, Tony Stark) endearing himself to the Hall H crowd yet again. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Robert Downey, Jr. (aka, Tony Stark) endearing himself to the Hall H crowd yet again. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Samuel L. Jackson, always a favorite at Comic-Con, came to the Marvel panel and will appear as Nick Fury in "The Avengers." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Samuel L. Jackson, always a favorite at Comic-Con, came to the Marvel panel and will appear as Nick Fury in "The Avengers." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Robert Downey, Jr. looking the part of Tony Stark at Hall H on Saturday. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Robert Downey, Jr. looking the part of Tony Stark at Hall H on Saturday. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Mark Ruffalo will follow Eric Bana and Edward Norton as The Hulk/Bruce Banner. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Mark Ruffalo will follow Eric Bana and Edward Norton as The Hulk/Bruce Banner. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Joss Whedon appeared at the Marvel panel since he will be directing "The Avengers." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Joss Whedon appeared at the Marvel panel since he will be directing "The Avengers." (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Robert Downey, Jr. revving up the crowd. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Robert Downey, Jr. revving up the crowd. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

The celebs that brought the house down, the cast of "The Avengers." Here are Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye). Call this superhero star power. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

The celebs that brought the house down, the cast of "The Avengers." Here are Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye). Call this superhero star power. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson, aka the "glue" that holds this cinematic Marvel universe together), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), and Chris Hemsworth (Thor). (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson, aka the "glue" that holds this cinematic Marvel universe together), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), and Chris Hemsworth (Thor). (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk) and director Joss Whedon at the Marvel panel Saturday night at Comic-Con 2010. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk) and director Joss Whedon at the Marvel panel Saturday night at Comic-Con 2010. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

Chris Evans (Captain America), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye). Renner's casting is a stroke of genius. Can't wait to see him in the role. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Chris Evans (Captain America), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye). Renner's casting is a stroke of genius. Can't wait to see him in the role. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

A proud Robert Downey, Jr. (who seems to be getting quite comfortable in Hall H) along with Clark Gregg and Scarlett Johansson. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

A proud Robert Downey, Jr. (who seems to be getting quite comfortable in Hall H) along with Clark Gregg and Scarlett Johansson. (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

What better way to close Hall H for Comic-Con 2010 than with fan boy darling Kevin Smith. He can pack the Hall and entertain the crowd. On attendee came up to ask a question and also propose to his girlfriend. Who says Comic-Con isn't romantic? (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

What better way to close Hall H for Comic-Con 2010 than with fan boy darling Kevin Smith. He can pack the Hall and entertain the crowd. On attendee came up to ask a question and also propose to his girlfriend. Who says Comic-Con isn't romantic? (Photo by: Tony Weidinger)

Credit: Tony Weidinger

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