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Tarantino's Django Unchained comes to Comic-Con

As excitement builds for Comic-Con, new additions to the event roll out daily. Quentin Tarantino' Django Unchained has been added to the line-up for a presentations.

india Updated: Jul 04, 2012 12:50 IST

As excitement builds for Comic-Con, new additions to the event roll out daily. The biggest day of the show, Saturday, July 14, Quentin Tarantino is added to the line-up for a presentation of Django Unchained in Hall H.

The Django Unchained panel will feature Tarantino offering a sneak peek at new exclusive footage and a discussion with the cast, which could include Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Also attending on July 14, Guillermo del Toro will present Pacific Rim with stars Idris Elba and Ron Perlman, joining Superman's Man of Steel, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Iron Man 3, all previously announced.

While the riveting presentations happen indoors, fans outside the halls will get a free festival, Extra at Comic-Con, staged by Warner Bros, with live performances, screenings and Q&A sessions for shows including The Vampire Diaries, The Big Bang Theory and other television shows.

In addition, in advance of the highly anticipated film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, directed by Peter Jackson, Interactive Entertainment will be showcasing two upcoming games set in Middle-earth.

Fans will be able to play a new video game, Guardians of Middle-earth, with Gandalf, Gollum, Thrain, Galadriel, Legolas, and up to 10 players.

Also, the fest will feature displays of all six Batmobiles, Lord of the Rings game demos, DC Universe, and more.

The Batmobiles will include a 1955 Lincoln Futura, Michael Keaton's sleek retro Batmobile circa 1989-'92, 1995's version for Batman Forever with extended fins, 1997's bigger and bad Batmobile for George Clooney, Val Kilmer's wall-climbing version, and Christopher Nolan's prototype military vehicle The Tumbler.

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