Mr. Robot made it’s first ever appearance at San Diego Comic Con, complete with a convention-long virtual reality experience and a standing-room only panel hosted by Chris Hardwick! Here’s the news you may have missed if you weren’t able to make it to SCDD:
Mr. Robot himself, Christian Slater is a big Pokemon Go fan! Look for him at your L.A. Pokestop!
The production uses “block shooting,” meaning they shoot the episodes like they’re shooting one long film. According to Rami, he may shoot scenes from as many as 5 different episodes in one day.
The music plays a huge part in the show and Sam Esmail the creator/director plays a big part in music selection.
Rami Malek hinted that Elliot may still be hung up on Shayla.
Elliot will eventually let his guard down to his new friend Ray… but is Ray real???
Portia Doubleday says her character Angela’s story is going somewhere unpredictable, and described her character as “dangerous”, “troubling” and “explosive”.
When the cast was asked what other character on the show they would like to play, Rami responded that he’d play Shayla so that he could kiss himself!
There will be a Mr. Robot App and a Mr. Robot book hitting shelves soon!
That’s it for now! Please check back with TGON for all of our SDCC coverage, and join us on Wednesday nights for our Mr. Robot livetweets on Twitter!
hardwick: This is the moment on stage when Andy’s attempted revenge glitterbombing of @bigbaldhead horribly backfired. It kind of looks like he went down on a clown but the important thing is that it’s never coming off ever. It is a part of him now. I love these gentlemen with all my heart. #HallH
Panel 3: Mr. Robot - not only is this show incredible but the cast is every bit as warm, funny and charming as you’d hope they’d be. It was a blast and an honor to moderate their first trip to #SDCC as a cast! #fsociety
This past weekend PBS, MASTERPIECE, and BBC participated in a Sherlock panel during the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International featuring Benedict Cumberbatch, Amanda Abbington, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue, moderated by Chris Hardwick.
Check out these pics from the panel and the street where fans posed for pics!
What’s the new hotness in Hollywood? Turns out it’s Dungeons & Dragons.
If you’ve never played D&D, it’s a game of the imagination where each player controls one person in an imaginary world. One player, the Dungeon Master, portrays the world itself, and all the o…
Niantic CEO John Hanke, the chief executive behind the smash-hit smartphone game Pokémon Go, stopped by San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday to drop some big hints as to the future of the game.
Here’s what Hanke revealed, in a conversation with host and Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick, as reported by ComicBook.com:
- Sorry about the servers
Hanke told the San Diego crowd that Niantic’s servers “weren’t provisioned for what happened” and the hit that it became, and that the company’s engineers are working on keeping the servers up and reliable before they add new features. Similarly, Hanke also says they’re working on fixing things like the busted Pokémon radar system.
This is the moment on stage when Andy’s attempted revenge glitterbombing of @bigbaldhead horribly backfired. It kind of looks like he went down on a clown but the important thing is that it’s never coming off ever. It is a part of him now. I love these gentlemen with all my heart.
Credit: hardwick IG
I honestly can’t even…OMG Hardwick! 😂😂😂
Right, I think that was enough internet for today. Pic Fairy over and out!