For the first time in three years, Comic-Con is back! If you couldn’t make the trip to San Diego, Weekly entertainment has what you need.
Below, we round up all the highlights – including the biggest headlines and scoops revealed exclusively to EW about Dungeons & Dragons, Teen Wolf, and more live from our Comic-Con headquarters at the Hard Rock Hotel. Stay tuned to EW.com July 21-24 for all the latest news you’ll be addicted to.
Sarah Michelle Gellar plants the Teen Wolf Comic-Con panel to announce his role in Wolf Pack
“Everybody knows that buffy the vampire slayer had a huge influence on Teen Wolf,“, creator Jeff Davis said on stage. “So I always thought it would be amazing if we could bring Sarah Michelle Gellar back in a horror show.” The Paramount + series will follow four teenagers united by the bite of Werewolf Gellar (who also produced exec) joins the cast – which includes Armani Jackson, Bella Shepard, Chloe Rose Robertson and Tyler Lawrence Gray – as arson investigator Kristin Ramsey.
Régé-Jean Page admits that he “had the best ass of my life” by doing Dungeons & Dragons
Kicking off Comic-Con with the kind of heat we crave, BridgertonRegé-Jean Page sent a panel for the next Paramount show Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves in the red with a comment on his buns of steel.
“I had the best ass of my life,” he admitted with a laugh, crediting his tight touch to lots of high-energy workouts swinging around swords.
Fans of his TV work will definitely want to keep this film, slated for March 3, 2023, on their radar. Other stars in the film include Hugh Grant and Michelle Rodriguez, the latter of whom confirmed Page’s story: “You could wash some clothes for them!”
Dungeons & Dragons Star Hugh Grant reveals he was a dungeon master: ‘It was more S&M than D&D’
When the cast of Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Thieves – including Regé-Jean Page, Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant and Sophia Lillis – stopped by EW’s video studio to talk about their new movie, the actors revealed just how much they know about fantasy role-playing. While they all had varying degrees of experience, Grant surprised everyone when he joked that he was some kind of dungeon master.
“Well, I was a dungeon master,” Grant said dryly, before joking, “but it was more S&M and less D&D. It’s the English version.”
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