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Warner Bros' big screen adaptation ofhiteout<vel Whiteout is mysteriously missing in action despite making an appearance ainja Assassin<Ninja Assassin isn’t listed on the panel line-up but might have a secret screening. Zack Snyder’s aniuardians of Ga’Hoole<ardians of Ga’Hoole al0th Century Fox<ule.
20th Century ennifer’s Body<r film Jennifer’s Body anantastic Mr. Fox<ted film Fantastic MGM< are oddly missing.
MGM doesn’t have a panel for the Joss Whe Cabin in the Woods<edy The Cabin in the Woods, although I heard there might be a special sneak preview at a press-only event (MGM denies this). The comot Tub Time Machine< comedy Hot Tub Time Machine, which also seems like perfect fit for the conreamWorks Animation<-up.
DreamWorks Animation is again completely skipping the convention, despite it being the first year that presentatow to Train Your Dragon<. How to Train Your Dragon doesn’t have a paneobermind<0 superhero comedy Oobermind has no presence in Hall H (I’m sure they’ylvester Stallone’s The Expendables<ylvester Stallone’s The Expendables has no scheduled appearance.
Of course, the below list is subject to change. Panels and projects could be added, or surprise appearances might be made (for instance, Warner Bros has a panel where they could surprise with Ninja Assassin). Also, some of these films might very well have a show floor presence, advertising presence (District 9 was all over last year’s Con), or viral marketing launch at the Con. But judging from the officially announced schedule, this is the list of movies that won’t have a panel presence at the Con.
I'm really shocked at some of the missing films. Especially Inglourious Basterds, Saw VI, Halloween II, Jennifer’s Body, Whiteout, etc.