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NY Comic-Con Recap: 'Evil Dead' First Look, 'Carrie,' 'Beautiful Creatures' and Cosplayers


Another New York Comic-Con is in the books. The annual comic book convention took over the Javits Center in New York City over the weekend and featured a few movie-related panels. Here's hoping Hollywood takes advantage of this growing convention in the coming years.

Evil Dead

As soon as it was confirmed that Evil Dead would host a panel at NYCC, it was pretty safe to say that it would pretty much be the Bruce Campbell hour. The gregarious actor has been known to dominate the spotlight at previous Con panels, so promoting this remake of the Sam Raimi classic that he starred in decades ago was sure to be another memorable show.

The panel featured the unveiling of the first official image (above) from the film, along with entertaining banter between Campbell, star Jane Levy and director Fede Alvarez. An exclusive trailer was also released that blew the crowd away (figuratively speaking, of course) and you can read the highlights and best lines here.


The other big movie panel featured Chloe Moretz, Julianne Moore, director Kimberly Pierce and producer Kevin Misher promoting the remake of Carrie. The original 1976 horror flick starred Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie.

The panel included a teaser trailer, which will arrive online later this week and a few reveals about the storyline. You can catch the panel recap, footage reaction and best quotes here.

NYCC also featured a panel for the upcoming adaptation of the YA fiction hit Beautiful Creatures. Here's a recap of everything you need to know about what was revealed at their panel.

And a Comic-Con wouldn't be complete without a gallery featuring the hottest and geekiest cosplayers walking the convention hall floor. Here's a few of them for you. Apologies for the last one.

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