Over the weekend, Baltimore held its annual Comic Con, featuring loads of guests, panels and artists. Jess and I had the privilege of attending the event as press. We spent two days attending panels, talking with artists and buying tons of great goodies. Check out the recap of the always fun convention.
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It rained off and on Monday afternoon in the Nations Capital and I found myself on the cusp of running late to a press junket for The Way, Way Back. The Way, Way Back is a summer coming of age tale written and directed by Academy Award winners Nat Faxon (The Descendants, Ben and Kate) and Jim Rash (The Descendants, Community), both of whom I was scheduled to interview. I ended up being three minutes late because Google Maps likes to play games and take you to roads that don’t exist. Thankfully, I was able to park at the hotel and as soon as I set foot in the lobby I was whisked to an elevator and sent to the fourth floor of the Four Seasons on Northwest Pennsylvania Avenue.
Being resident Baltimore dwellers, last October FTS was honored with the chance to interview director James McTeigue and actor Luke Evans about their upcoming film The Raven when they stopped by Baltimore to check out the famous grave site of the film’s subject: Edgar Allen Poe. Not only did I get to do the interview in the Catacombs of the church but afterwards I was able to take some photos of the duo during their public Q&A and tour of the graves. Click though to get the full story.
I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Director James McTeigue and actor Luke Evans regarding their upcoming film The Raven. McTeigue is best known for directing V for Vendetta but he also directed Ninja Assassin and worked as the first assistant director on all three films in The Matrix trilogy. Luke Evans is starring in the upcoming adaptation of the Three Musketeers but is known for his role as Apollo in Clash of the Titans.