Comic-Con documentary seeks participants
Wednesday 21 July 2010
Morgan Spurlock, the director of
Super Size Me and
The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special is headed to 2010 Comic-Con International in San Diego to shoot a documentary about the event. He is seeking attendees who would like to be a part of his film.
On the film's website, he asks, "Do you die for diehard fandom? Do you pine over Chris Pine, other Captain Kirks, or have firsthand knowledge of who is the ultimate Bruce Wayne? Is your Lost Ark a long lost collectible, an original edition comic book?"
Anyone who needs to be the first in line at a sneak peak of Green Lantern, has the biggest collection or best costume is invited to participate in his feature-length film Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan's Hope and tell their story.
From fans to artists and vendors, Spurlock and his producers, including comic book icon Stan Lee and writer/producer Joss Whedon, are seeking to cast: "original, eccentric, and funny people that will capture the excitement, enthusiasm, joy, and passion of comic book, anime, sci-fi, and fantasy lovers."
Those interested in taking part in this epic documentary can send a message to ComicConDoc@gmail.com. The producers request that each submission includes a name, phone number, picture, and one's story.
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