Updated July 2nd, 2008
|SDCC 2003 Gallery, Part 4a|
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Warner Brothers: The WB panel talked about the new Looney Tunes shorts that will start running in theaters before movies later this year. They showed one of them, "Museum Scream", a Tweety and Sylvester piece that was very funny (the "Hey Kids, Weapons" sign was especially good). They also showed part of the Looney Tunes: Back in Action movie, and this also looked much better, and funnier, than we had expected.
A presentation on Torque, a new movie, followed. This looked like 2 Fast 2 Furious, but with women on motorcycles, except that the motorcycles move at supersonic speeds and left flames behind them. It was the first we'd heard of this at all. The 3 main women cast members were introduced. Following that, they brought out Halle Berry, who was there to promote her new horror movie, Gothika. There wasn't much time left, though, so they simply moved straight to a short Q and A session.
Cartoon Network: an episode of Duck Dodgers in the 24½ Century was shown. There was an obvious in-joke/parody of Iron Giant that was very funny, and the whole thing seemed generally well-done and well thought-out. Joe Alaskey (voice of Daffy Duck and Marvin Martian) and Bob Bergen (voice of Porky Pig) performed a short argument in the cartoon voices for the audience, which prompted a lot of laughter. Following this, the CN panel changed to present Teen Titans. The biggest surprise was the presence of Yumi Yashimuro of Pufie Ami Yumi. It turns out that she's the one who did the theme song for Teen Titans, at Cartoon Network's request.
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