Good Day to all the Geek Enthusiasts and Nerd Aficionados!
We continue getting all of our video content from San Diego Comic-Con ( SDCC ) 2017 posted and out to you. This year the Hall H panels kicked off with 20th Century Fox panel. There was a great deal of speculation as to what Fox would be bringing. Majority, myself included, thought for sure we would be getting Deadpool 2. Alas Deadpool 2 we did not get. Instead on the morning of Thursday June 20, 2017 the SDCC app changed. The name of the panel went from 20th Century Fox to Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle SDCC 2017 Panel
At first people were a little disappointed, but after the panel started disappointment quickly waned. Fox started Hall H off right. Getting a famous moderator in British talk show host Jonathan Ross and bringing everybody from the cast you would hope to see. Taron Egerton (Eggsy), Colin Firth (Harry Hart), Channing Tatum (Agent Tequila), Halle Berry (Ginger), Pedro Pascal (Agent Whiskey), Jeff Bridges (Agent Champagne) were all on the panel. The only people missing were Mark Strong, Julianne Moore, and Director Matthew Vaughn.
The panel was a joy to watch that kept you entertained and having fun. They had Kingsman shirts, and fidget spinners for you as you entered Hall H. They brought out famed comic book artist Dave Gibbons on the panel to draw an original piece of Taron as Eggsy and then gave it away to the best question from the audience. The two major highlights of the panel was getting Halle Berry to chug half a pint of Bourbon, and Jonathan Ross calling Matthew Vaughn on video chat.
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