Comic-Con Video Roundup: Trailers, Sneak Peeks, and Deleted Scenes Galore!

Didn’t make it to San Diego Comic-Con in person? Never fear! Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, most of the videos, trailers, and previews of all the hotly-anticipated upcoming television shows and films are available for you to watch right in the comfort of your own homes! Walking Dead season 2 preview? We’ve got that. Fright Night sneak peek? We’ve got that, too. Looking for a taste of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s new show Ringer? Look right here. You want a Lost deleted scene? Yep. We’ve got a little something for everyone here, so come on in and make yourselves at home; the screening room’s open and the projector is running!

The Walking Dead Season 2 Preview
AMC’s The Walking Dead took the world on by storm with its hoards of impressive-looking zombies and even more impressive-looking survivors. Its second season looks like it’s going to be just as good, and this time, we’ll get to see Rick Grimes’ (Andrew Lincoln) band of survivors venture outside of Atlanta for the first time. Zombie-tastic.

Fright Night Sneak Peek
Now, generally, I like horror movies– the worse they are the better– but in spite of that, there is one reason, and one reason only that I will be going to see Fright Night. That reason, of course, is David Tennant. I like Anton Yelchin– I do– but Tennant as a stage illusionist/vampire hunter who looks like this? Wins every time. Plus, from what I can see from this scene, he’s definitely going to steal the show. Fright Night opens on August 19.

Lost Deleted Scene
Hey, Losties: Ever wondered what the Man in Black’s name actually was? Now you can find out– it’s revealed in this deleted scene, which was shown at the Lost: One Year Later panel. No, I’m not going to just tell you what it is. You have to watch to find out, sillies.

(Okay, I lied: It’s not really a deleted scene. It is, however, a joke that director Jack Bender and actors Titus Welliver and Mark Pellegrino for the loyal Lost fans at Comic-Con. Still worth a viewing, I think, if only for the lulz.)

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