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Doug’s Comic-Con Adventure: Christina Applegate And…
Doug’s Comic-Con Adventure: Christina Applegate And…

Christina Applegate is coming to Comic-Con International. But she isn’t the only pretty person lending her voice to the new animated feature, The Book of Life. Ladies, I haven’t forgotten about you, because sitting next to Christina will be… Channing Tatum.

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So even though you’ll only be able to hear their voices on the big screen, they will both be at Comic-Con live, in person, and in 3-D. (Technically they will be there in all five, dimensions, but I don’t think security will let me touch or taste them. Wait, those are senses, not dimensions… Oh well, they won’t let me do it anyway.) I promise I’ll get as much video and as many pictures as possible.

Plus, two of my favorite dudes, Ron Perlman and producer Guillermo Del Toro will be there as well. This is going to be one big press conference, for a very big new movie. The Book of Life hits theaters this Halloween, but I’ll give you the scoop this weekend.

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