Comic-Con 2011: Legendary Pictures Panel

Published 4 years ago by , Updated July 23rd, 2011 at 12:01 pm,

Mass Effect Movie Panel Comic Con 2011 Comic Con 2011: Legendary Pictures Panel

It’s day two of Comi-Con International 2011 and Screen Rant – on little to no sleep or food – is invading the panel scene on the film side of this year’s big event. Today marks the first ever time Legendary Pictures hosts a panel for their own upcoming projects and they’re kicking it off with a presentation covering Pacific Rim, Seventh Son, Paradise Lost and last but certainly not least, Mass Effect.

Confirmed panelists include Jeff Bridges, Bradley Cooper, Guillermo del Toro, Ben Barnes, Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Alicia Vikander, Alex Proyas, Sergei Bodrov, Travis Beacham, Mark Protosevich and Casey Hudson.

We’re unsure of the presentation order so instead of breaking each small segment of the panel into separate live blogs we’re going to cover the entire presentation in one go. We will describe the footage and share any of the interesting bits from the Q&A. If you’re excited about any of the films – especially Mass Effect – this is something you need to follow along. Nothing has been officially revealed regarding the unveiling of the Mass Effect film project but from what I’m told, it’s big.

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  1. Rob, was hoping there would be a little more information, but I’ll take what I can get. :) I’m a huge fan of this franchise…I even wrote up an outline for how they could successfully make the first game into a film and do it right (obviously much would have to be removed).

    Keep us informed…you do a great job!

  2. Is it true that they said that the Mass Effect movie would feature male Shepard?