Morgan Spurlock's 'Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope' Official Trailer Debuts (Video)
UPDATED: Filmed during Comic-Con in 2010, the documentary is also produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee.
The trailer for Morgan Spurlock's documentary Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope, chronicling the annual San Diego event, has hit the web.
Shot at Comic-Con in 2010, the film -- also being produced by Joss Whedon and Stan Lee -- gives a first-hand glimpse into the fan-driven event that puts thousands of fans of comic books, graphic novels and "geeky" TV shows/movies at the forefront.
For those who descend onto downtown San Diego every July, it's a must-see event; for others, Comic-Con represents another world.
Interviews with Eli Roth, Seth Rogen, Kevin Smith (a regular at the Con), collectors, comic fans, artists/designers are also featured in the feature film.
Wrekin Hill Entertainment and National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA) have also announced tour dates touting the film and a theatrical/VOD day-and-date release on Friday, April 6.
The tour currently consists of 10 dates, kicking off April 5 in Atlanta and wrapping up (at the moment) on April 22 in Detroit.
Here are the dates for the Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope tour:
April 5 – Atlanta, Cobb Energy Center
April 6 – Orlando, UCF Arena
April 7 – Miami Beach, The Fillmore Miami Beach
April 12 – Rochester, Rochester Dome Arena
April 13 – Albany, Palace Theatre
April 14 – Philadelphia, Girard College
April 15 – Wallingford, CT, Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre
April 19 – Cincinnati, Taft Theatre
April 20 – Chicago, Rosemont Theatre
April 22 – Detroit, Fillmore Detroit
Watch the trailer below:
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