Comic-Con 2010: The schedule, part one, is released on Thursday
Anyone who's preparing to head to San Diego for Comic-Con 2010 -- otherwise known as the annual Pop Culture Wait-in-Line-a-thon -- will want to be on high alert tomorrow. That's when the official rundown of panels and activities planned for day one of the Con (July 22) will be released by the event's organizers.
As always, and as The Wrap explains, the line-up will be shared over a four-day period. Plans for day two (July 23) will come out Friday, day three (July 24) on Saturday and day four (July 26) on Sunday. While many details -- the "Tron: Legacy" panel on July 22, a "Glee" panel on July 25, a sneak peak at some point of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" -- have been leaked, the next four days will mark the first opportunity for the SDCC geek squad to see what's happening.
To make planning easier, I'll pluck out the highlights and share them over the next four days here in Celebritology. Even if you're not headed to San Diego, pop culture geeks will surely want to know when to keep a closer eye on Twitter or to start searching on YouTube for footage of their favorite panels. I'll also be on the scene in SD with up-to-the-minute reports right here in Celebritology, thereby ensuring that every significant nerd moment is communicated to the masses.
| July 7, 2010; 8:55 PM ET
Categories: Comic-Con, Pop Culture
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