WonderCon 2011 in Photos

Notes from WonderCon 2011

Photos from WonderCon 2011 are available in my Flickr photostream — 241 photos covering all three days from the opening on Friday through the close on Sunday afternoon.

Separate sets are available for some of the major panel sessions, including:

Immortals: Tarsem Singh, Henry Cavill, Luke Evans, Isabel Lucas, and Mark Canton

Immortals, with director Tarsem Singh; actors Henry Cavill (also cast as Superman in Zack Snyder’s forthcoming film, Man of Steel), Luke Evans, and Isabel Lucas;  and producer Mark Canton.


Hanna: Joe Wright and Saoirse Ronan

Hanna, with director Joe Wright and actor Saoirse Ronan.


Priest: Scott Stewart, Paul Bettany, Lily Collins, Cam Gigandet, and Min-Woo Hyung

Priest, with director Scott Stewart; actors Paul Bettany, Lily Collins and Cam Gigandet; and artist Min-Woo Hyung.


Super: James Gunn and Rainn Wilson

Super, with director James Gunn and actor Rainn Wilson.


Dr. Who: Toby Haynes, Mark Sheppard, and Neil Gaiman

Dr. Who,” with director Toby Haynes, actor Mark Sheppard, and writer Neil Gaiman.


V: Marc Singer, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Scott Rosenbaum

V,” with actors Marc Singer and Elizabeth Mitchell, and executive producer Scott Rosenbaum.


Green Lantern: Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

Green Lantern, with actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively.




And, of course, there are all the attendees who came in costume. There is also a set documenting an intriguing transmedia ad campaign for Acura and Marvel Studios’ Thor that I described in a previous post.


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3 Responses to WonderCon 2011 in Photos

  1. Erin says:

    Love the shots of Elvira sans make-up. She looks amazing! And of course, Paul Bettany is incredibly attractive.

  2. @Erin:

    Thanks for the comment. As I may have tweeted at the time, I was heading out to dinner one evening (without my camera), when Elvira — in full makeup and costume — whisked by me in the lobby of the hotel. The next day at the conference (when the photos were taken) I spotted her heading to her autograph table wearing normal street clothes. As we passed I said, “Last night in the hotel lobby you were in costume. Today — at the show — you’re not. I’m confused!” She laughed and said, “Me, too!” and headed toward the long line of fans waiting to get her autograph.

  3. Kingitused says:

    Its nice to see all the speakers of WonderCon 2011. i really enjoyed this time. Thanks to everyone …

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