Vampires hit San Diego Comic-Con like stars on Friday night. What we do in the shadows The FX show celebrated its fourth season. The party, co-organized. The Hollywood Reporter and FX, which turned the Gaslamp Quarter restaurant Mezze into a vampire nightclub, coming on the heels of the critically-acclaimed series that landed seven Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series.
Shadows Talent including Matt Berry, Kristen Schaal, Harvey Gillen, Mark Proksh, Emmy-nominated writer Stephanie Robinson, writer Paul Sims and director Kyle Newcheck joined the crowd.
The guests are included. Shazam! Star Zachary Levi chats with comic book legend Jim Starlin, creator of characters like Thanos. It was during the DC crossing. Suicide SquadPhotographed by David Dastmalchian. Shazam!Jack Dylan Grazer Others in attendance were Mini Driver, Danny Trejo; The boys star Jack Quid, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds stars Ethan Peck and Celia Rose Gooding; Rick and Morty Co-creator Dan Harmon and actor Chris Parnell, who composed his Archer Co-star Aisha Tyler.
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What we do in the shadows Star Berry said. THR When asked about the show’s Emmy nominations, “it was so much fun” on the red carpet that season four, he insisted the awards weren’t his focus. “Anyone who watches the show is a huge bonus for me,” said the Laszlo actor. “Anyone who loves the show is an even bigger bonus. So that’s all that matters to me.
Proximity character Colin Robinson gets a shout-out on the drinks menu, offering a non-alcoholic option with the baby Colin Robinson (sprite and grenadine). he said. THR The Emmy recognition is a welcome surprise, given the nature of the show. “It’s a great, great comedy, and those don’t get much attention these days,” says the actor. “So it’s really important to keep fans coming to the show over time.”
Editor-in-Chief Robinson said. THR That it’s hard to wrap her head around all the positive attention the show has gotten. “Being at Comic Con, this is incredible,” Robinson said. “Everything is beyond my dreams.” Robinson also admitted that the team does not want to plan much beyond the current season. “We’ve left everyone hanging over a cliff, and we don’t necessarily have a plan for how we’re going to get them out. The series, which airs on Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m., has been renewed for season six.
The event was held in accordance with local health and safety guidelines. This year’s Comic Con is the first in three years after the convention went virtual in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19. At that time. The boys It has become a major force in the geek world.
The boys Star Quaid said. THR That he is as clueless as the audience about his character Hughie. “Now is the time to be a fan,” Quaid said. “I’m waiting for the scripts to come out, and I’m really excited to see what happens. I don’t know what’s going to happen, so I read the first script and I’m really surprised.”
She took part in a Comic-Con panel for the upcoming movie, Minnie Driver. Nandor Fodor and the Talking MongooseShe stars alongside Simon Pegg and Christopher Lloyd and has praised the show’s supportive audience. “It’s a good feeling,” said the actress. “Everyone is so cool and happy that I’m here and having a good time and I’m just grateful that it’s not imaginary anymore.”
of What we do in the shadows The group will appear in Hall H on Sunday from 1.15pm for a panel called The Guide on shadows, In the fourth season, the characters teased, “Everyone is taking it to the next level in their journey.”
—Tiffany Taylor contributed reporting.