The New Gods of Genre TV
Psst! Before these Comic-Con all-stars head south, they share the secret ups (children named after them!) and downs (knives in the mail!) of having obsessive fans.
Move over, Peter Jackson. Television has eclipsed film as the dominant lure to Comic-Con every July. So The Hollywood Reporter gathered these six actors -- David Boreanaz, 43 (FBI special agent on Fox's Bones); Stephen Amell, 31 (superhero on The CW's Arrow); Joshua Jackson, 34 (FBI consultant on Fox's Fringe); Ginnifer Goodwin, 34 (Snow White on ABC's Once Upon a Time); Jennifer Carpenter, 32 (chief detective on Showtime's Dexter) and Lucy Liu, 43 (Watson on CBS' modern-day Sherlock Holmes drama, Elementary) -- at Milk Studios in Los Angeles to open up about traumatic fan interactions, mortifying auditions and the way they would like to see their TV series end.
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