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At Comic-Con 2011, there will be chatter about “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” “The Walking Dead” and “Game of Thrones.” There will be the usual conversation about how Hollywood has taken over this once entirely comic-driven event. And there will be plenty of consternation over the buzzy, geek-friendly projects — “The Avengers,” “The Hunger Games,” “The Dark Knight Rises” — that haven’t been represented in panel form here at all.
We’ll follow all the major conversations, the cos-play and the costume choices right here in Celebritology. Here’s a collection of some of our coverage; also don’t forget to follow Jen Chaney on Twitter (@celebritology) with updates all the action from San Diego.
Comic-Con 2011 coverage from Celebritology:
Ian Somerhalder, Jon Favreau and more celebs on the Comic-Con party scene
‘Glee’: More season three teasers from Comic-Con
‘Cowboys & Aliens,’ starring Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford, makes its debut at San Diego Comic-Con
Kristen Stewart wears a suit of armor as Snow White
‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ revealed at Comic-Con
Steven Spielberg makes Comic-Con debut to talk ‘Tintin’ with Peter Jackson
‘The Walking Dead’ season 2 trailer released
‘Haywire,’ ‘Drive’ trailers debut at Comic-Con
After ‘Prometheus,’ Ridley Scott says he’s only working in 3D
The couples of Comic-Con 2011 (Poll)
Pee-Wee Herman still hoping Judd Apatow movie happens
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ at Comic-Con
Paul Scheer on ‘NTSF:SD:SUV::,’ a show featuring extra colons, serial-killing dolphins and Jeff Goldblum
Comic-Con 2011: You tell us what to cover
Comic-Con 2011: Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and the geekarati