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Posted at 8:20 PM ET, 07/22/2010

Comic-Con 2010: Live Tweets from Thursday parties

By Jen Chaney
Comic-Con

After the kick-off of San Diego Comic-Con -- and a day's worth of panels, 3D, exclusive trailers and major announcements -- it's time to hit the Comic-Con party scene.

Jen Chaney will be live-Tweeting from as many cocktail parties and soirees as she can handle Thursday evening at Twitter.com/celebritology. You also can follow her Tweets right here starting at 7:30 p.m. PST/10:30 p.m. EST.

Update: The following is an archive of Jen's Tweet's from Comic-Con Thursday night parties, in reverse chronological order. Scroll to the bottom to start from the beginning. -- 12:27 a.m. EST, Friday, July 23



At the risk of being lame, heading back to hotel. No LindeCuse sighting. Boo. #SDCC


JJ Abrams also in the house. And White Stripes on the sound system.#SDCC


I have mistaken at least 3 guys, from a distance, for Simon Pegg. #SDCC


David Wain just advised me to relax by chatting with Darth Vader. This strikes me as good advice. #SDCC


Spotted Joss Whedon dancing to Break My Stride earlier. Another reason to love him. #SDCC



Joss Whedon is here now as is Seth Rogen. #SDCC


Michel Gondry is roaming thru the party; just mistook him for a journalist because he looked angry. #SDCC



Olivia Munn is at G4 party (surprise) as is David Wain. #SDCC



Seth Green in the house. Also, Darth Vader. #SDCC


Waiting in line to get into G4 party. Is there no end to the lines? #SDCC


The Green Hornet vehicle on display http://twitpic.com/27r59i

By Jen Chaney  | July 22, 2010; 8:20 PM ET
Categories:  Celebrities, Comic-Con  
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