This is the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con and what could be more enticing than exploring the world of movies, tech and gaming all in one? With all the hype surrounding the event, some standout titles came out like ?Moana?, about a girl sailor who navigates the ocean to find the Fabled Island, and ?Trolls?, which is about two polar opposites played by Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake who embark on a journey that none of them has ever imagined before.
Interesting as it may sound, the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con may also have not been ready for director Oliver Stone?s honest but brutal comment about the ?Pokemon GO? game. The director was quoted as saying, ?It?s an absolute surveillance capitalism. It?s not funny, you?ll see a new form of frankly a robot society. It?s what they call totalitarianism.?
He also implied that playing ?Pokemon GO? has asked people to expose their privacy to a giant corporation while not getting anything in return. According to him, the giant techs have power to totally capitalize on this subtle, deceiving act. Director Oliver Stone made his first appearance at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con to promote the movie ?Snowden.?
Meanwhile, some of the featured series in the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con include ?Luke Cage,? who is seen using a car door as a shield and as a weapon while his skin also has the amazing ability to withstand bullets.
Also, Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake held a panel at the latest San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 for the movie ?Trolls?. Kendrick plays the sweet, pink troll named Poppy and Timberlake surprises with his grumpy, blue faced troll named Branch.
The 2016 San Diego Comic-Con marks its 47th year in the business, making it the country?s longest convention. It kicked off on Wednesday, July 20 and will continue until Sunday, July 24, 2016. What were you hoping to see at the latest 2016 San Diego Comic-Con event? Do you also agree with director Oliver Stone?s view on the Pokemon GO game? Know more about the happenings on the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con by reading on TheBitBag.