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Check out all the coolest sights and sounds from the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con

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Comic-Con was filled with plenty of things to see, but few things grabbed more attention than this motorcyle from the upcoming Tron: Legacy.
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Bruce Campbell was on fire during the Burn Notice panel. As he did the year before, he paid fans who gave him compliments. The good news for Campbell's fans: A Burn Notice prequel movie focusing on his character, Sam, is in the works.
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When asked about the departure of Julie Benz, Dexter star Michael C. Hall joked that she is now on a show with a "Michael C. Hicklis." Benz co-stars with Shield alum Michael Chiklis in ABC's No Ordinary Family this fall.
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File this one under "Awesome Cameos That Never Were:" Mary-Louise Parker announced that she she would have loved to appear on Flight of the Conchords.
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At the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World panel, Michael Cera came out dressed in a homemade Captain America outfit. On plans for an Arrested Development movie, Cera said, "I want it to get made. I think it's going to [happen]."
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At the panel for The Expendables, the manliest of manly movies, it was revealed that Stone Cold Steve Austin fractured Sylvester Stallone’s neck in a fight: "When the writer, the director and the lead actor tells you to kick the sh-- out of him, then I’m gonna kick the sh--out of him!" Austin said.
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Joss Whedon made it official: He'll direct the Avengers movie. The crowd went wild, even though they already knew he would. Later, Whedon and J.J. Abrams dueled over 3-D movies. Whedon is a fan; Abrams, not so much. Specifically, Abrams said the clunky eyewear makes for a "dimmer" experience. He likes it "vibrant."
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Hawaii Five-0 made a splash with "I Got Lei'd" T-shirts. In case all those guys dressed as Storm Troopers aren't getting any action.
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Jonah Hill defended Mel Gibson. Then he took it back.

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Harrison Ford — Han Solo himself! — surprised the crowd by turning up to promote Cowboys & Aliens, the new film by Iron Man director Jon Favreau. It was Ford's first appearance, despite his lead roles in such supergeek touchpoints as Blade Runner, Star Wars and the Indiana Jones films.
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At the Chuck panel, it was revealed that nerd high priestess Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor from Terminator) has signed on to play Chuck's mom in the upcoming season.
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Mark Ruffalo appeared alongside Joss Whedon to confirm he'll play Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk in Whedon's forthcoming Avengers.
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Eva Mendes playfully hit on every single under-aged guy who asked a question during The Other Guys panel. Mark Wahlberg egged her on.
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MTV screened its upcoming one-hour drama Teen Wolf — and guess what? It's dark and gruesome and good. Too bad it probably won't hit the air until early 2011.
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Anna Paquin and Steven Moyer carried a 2-D Alexander Skarsgard on stage during the True Blood panel. The screams were still piercing, even though the flesh-and-blood actor was busy shooting a movie and could not attend.
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At The Green Hornet panel, throngs of people walked out after a sneak preview of the new Seth Rogen film was screened. A bad sign?
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Michael Chiklis

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Maggie Q

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