See, this is why you have to love San Diego. It's just the geeky gifts that keep on giving. Say, would you like a teaser trailer for next year's Batman: The Dark Knight? Here you go then...
How about a release date for the adaptation of Watchmen, perhaps the greatest comic book ever created - March 6, 2009. Which is a sucky amount of time away, but all right. And hey, here's a link to the first poster and the website (although admittedly there's not much there yet.
How about (and I think Kirsten will like this one) the poster for the Sweeney Todd movie coming out at Christmas
Karen Allen being back for the fourth Indiana Jones movie actually makes me excited about the project for the first time. And, while this picture isn't perfect, it looks like she's aged a damn sight better than Harrison Ford.
Also, don't forget to check out the Flick pool where you can see groups of fans, like these brave ladies and, of course, Elvis.
Oh, and as an aside, here's what Daniel Radcliffe thought about The Deathly Hallows. It's Entertainment Weekly, so don't expect anything too deep, but I found it interesting. And obviously, there are spoilers for those who haven't read the book.
I might try and do a review over the weekend, if I can figure out a way of posting it without ruining things for causal blog readers who haven't started the book yet. Short synopsis - I liked it, but it's not the best in the series.