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Monday
Jul212014

SDCC 2014 Disney Program Schedule 

Here is your Disney lineup for the San Diego Comic-Con 2014! Keep in mind these are only the panels that match up with "Disney" (not Marvel, Star Wars or Disney artists/guests appearing in non Disney sposored panels). 

 

THURSDAY July 24, 2014

Walt Disney Animation Studios 10:00am - 1:30pm

Toy Story That Time Forgot 11:15am - 12:15pm

The Art of Big Hero Six 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Wander Over Yonder 2:00pm - 3:00pm

The Heroes of Star Wars Rebels 6:00pm - 7:00pm


FRIDAY July 25, 2014

Walt Disney Animation Studios 10:00am - 2:30pm

Gravity Falls 1:00pm - 2:00pm

The Forgotten Rabbit 10:15pm - 10:25pm

 

SATURDAY July 26, 2014

Phineas and Ferb 10:00am - 11:00am

Disney's Gargoyles 20-Year Anniversary 5:00pm - 6:00pm

 

SUNDAY July 27, 2014

The Official Disney Publishing Worldwide Fall Book and App Preview! 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Disney's Master Teachers' Life Drawing for Animation 1:45pm - 2:45pm

Disney Pin Trading: Past, Present and Future 4:00pm - 5:00pm


For more information please visit the San Diego Comic-Con programming schedule HERE. Have a great con! :)

Wednesday
Jul172013

Disney Infinity's "Summer of Endless Fun" Tour Comes To San Diego

Disney Infinity's "Summer of Endless Fun" tour makes its way to San Diego during Comic-Con! Fans will have the exclusive opportunity to play Disney Infinity (an all-new video game that unlocks the freedom to create stories and play experiences starring some of the most beloved characters from the Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation Studios) before it launches on August 18. Tour activities include: game demos, surprise guests, photo opportunities, giveaways, contests, entertainment provided by Radio Disney's Ernie D and more!

When: Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Early access for D23 members on Thursday, July 18 from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Where: Gaslamp Quarter, 343 4th Avenue (between J & K streets), San Diego, CA 92101

 

Saturday
Jul132013

SDCC 2013 Disney/Marvel Programming Schedule

San Diego Comic-Con 2013 is upon us! Here is our schedule of the Disney/Marvel programs and events for Thursday, July 18 - Sunday, July 21. Just click and print. See you there! 

Handy links:

Official website of the San Diego Comic-Con

Official blog of the San Diego Comic-Con

Official Facebook page of the San Diego Comic-Con

Official Twitter of the San Diego Comic-Con

Friday
Aug172012

Tim Burton's Frankenweenie Electrifies the San Diego Comic-Con

Walt Disney Studios electrified the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con with multiple incarnations of Tim Burton's newest featured project, Frankenweenie.

A cult figure at Comic-Con, Burton's dark, quirky style has loyal fans excited about the black & white stop-motion animated feature. Frankenweenie (2012) is a Mary Shelley-inpired tale about a young boy who brings his dead dog back to life. In a Burtonesque twist of fate, the talented Tim Burton returns to Disney Studios, creating a full-length feature inspired by the Frankenweenie (1984) short-film that led to his firing as a young Disney animator and director.

On June 12, a month before doors opened to convention attendees, Walt Disney Pictures sponsored Frankenweenie Comic-Con banners that appeared all over Downtown San Diego and the Gaslamp District. Hanging on lightposts from Petco Park to Point Loma, the ads featured a stitched-up Sparky, Frankenweenie's four-legged star.

Frankenweenie Banner in San Diego's Historic Gaslamp District

At 2:05pm on Thursday, July 12, Walt Disney Studios presented Frankenweenie inside the San Diego Comic-Con's marquee venue, Hall H. To attend the afternoon event, many of Burton's fans lined up before dawn, competing with Twilight fans for coveted Hall H seating. Those lucky enough to get in were treated to Frankenweenie previews and a special Q & A panel with Tim Burton.

Tim Burton's Frankenweenie in SDCC's Hall H - Photo by Loren Javier

Following the Hall H panel, Walt Disney Pictures whisked Burton, actor Atticus Shaffer and producers Don Hahn and Allison Abate to a press conference held at the Bayside Hilton. Media outlets asked questions about the black & white Frankenweenie project, including technical aspects related to stop motion animation and the intricately made puppets. Burton also remembered attending the San Diego Comic-Con in the late 70's as a college student, when the event was little more than a collection of comic book dealers in a rented hall.

Frankenweenie Press Panel - (L-R) Don Hahn, Atticus Shaffer, Tim Burton & Allison Abate

Frankenweenie Director Tim Burton

Home & Garden Television partnered with Walt Disney Pictures to create HGTV's Electrifying Garden, a Frankenweenie-style crossover featuring a pet cemetery, Frankenweenie trailers and spooky loooking plants. The Burton-inspired exhibit was located in front of the Gaslamp Hilton, just across Harbor Drive from the San Diego Convention Center.

Electrifying Garden guests were invited to take photos, which were green-screened to place subjects in New Holland, Tim Burton's suburban setting for Frankenweenie. Every attendee enterprising enough to cross the street and enter the HGTV tent also received special Frankenweenie mini-tote bags and San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Sparky pins.

Frankenweenie Tote Bags from HGTV's Electrifying Garden

HGTV's Electrifying Garden - San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Sparky PinsEven if Comic-Con attendees decided walking to the Gaslamp Quarter was too much effort and skipped the HGTV event, the Comic-Con's main convention floor featured plenty of Frankeweenie.

The fun folks from Funko featured a pair of SDCC 2012 Frankenweenie Exclusives. Funko's Sparkysaurus figure and Frankenweenie T-Shirts drew long lines, as people vultured around the Funko booth to purchase the popular items.

Funko's Sparkysaurus Figure and Frankenweenie T-Shirt

Gentle Giant also had a little Frankenweenie to show conventioneers. Their Frankenweenie collection included several figures patterned after Frankweenie characters, as well as the cute and cuddly Sparky plush.

The biggest Frankenweenie-related draw, besides Tim Burton himself, was the Art of Frankenweenie Exhibition. The gallery of stop motion puppets, movie props and Burton's concept art created a constant crowd clamoring to get their first peeks at Frankweenie. The movie's official traveling exhibition made the San Diego Comic-Con its second out of eight worldwide stops. The five day stop in San Diego allowed fans in Southern California a sneak preview. For those who missed out, Vincent, Sparky and the exhibition gallery will re-appear at the Disney California Adventure Park from September 14th to November 5th, in time to build buzz for the Frankenweenie's theatrical debut on October 5, 2012.

Sparky Stop-Motion Puppet - Art of Frankenweenie Exhibit

Thursday
Jul122012

Frankenweenie - The Art of Exhibition at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con

Frankenweenie - The Art of Exhibition at the San Diego Comic-Con International is on its second stop of a worldwide tour. The exhibition features characters, sets and props from Tim Burton's upcoming stop-motion animated film, Frankenweenie. A recreation of Tim Burton's desk is also on display as part of the exhibit, complete with doodles and art supplies. The exhibit runs the duration of this year's comic-con, June 11-15 at booth 3635 in hall E. SDCC attendees are required to obtain return time tickets from the booth for entry into the exhibit.

For more pictures of this exhibit please visit our Frankenweenie - The Art of Exhibition gallery.

Frankenweenie - The Art of Exhibition Worldwide Tour Schedule

CineEurope, Barcelona: June 18-21

Comic-Con, San Diego: July 11-15

Plaza Universidad, Mexico City: July 27-Aug 7

Fan Expo, Toronto: Aug 23-26

Disney California Adventure Park: Sept 14-Nov 5

Madrid: Sept-Oct

Paris: Oct-Nov

Tokyo: Dec

Disney's Frankenweenie, a full-length feature film by Tim Burton, will premiere in theaters on October 5, 2012.